Philips MR Clinical Services Specialist (Richmond, VA) in Home Worker, Massachusetts
Key Areas of Responsibility
Training and Education
Serve as primary contact for clinical integration training, and handover of equipment, options and upgrades.
Deliver on-site and off-site training to customers to optimize their proficiency and ensure that their needs are met.
Assess and document user competency, award continuing education credits, and complete required documentation.
Execute prescribed clinical applications processes.
Configure MR equipment to fit customer needs.
Contribute subject matter to include clinical protocols, sample images and tech tips.
Assess customer’s workflow and clinical needs and advise on products and services solutions to meet their needs.
Maintain clinical relationship through regularly scheduled contact and visits.
Troubleshoot, diagnose, resolve, and escalate issues, and document accordingly. Conduct follow-up visits for escalations.
Provide remote and on-site clinical support.
Act as a voice of the customer via customer feedback process
Sales & Clinical Marketing Support
Remain current on competitive product lines and the latest clinical applications.
Assist in gathering proof points and counters.
Support show site visits.
Partner with sales to optimize the results of the clinical site visit and demonstration.
Communicate potential leads to sales counterparts.
Supplement training and clinical information to sales team regarding software releases and clinical applications to strengthen sales efforts.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
Excellent customer service, presentation, and written and verbal communication skills
Proficient computer and Microsoft Office skills
Effective analytical, troubleshooting, problem-solving, critical thinking, organization, project management, and priority setting skills
Proficient conflict management and influencing skills
Practical knowledge of clinical applications and post processing products
Ability to work cohesively and effectively across teams, departments, and businesses at all levels of an organization
Knowledge of general anatomy, pathology, and physiology
Able to make decisions using sound judgment, operate independently, and take initiative
Ability to establish and maintain clinical relationships with customers
Education and Experience
2 years of MR clinical experience preferred
Clinical Radiographer with ARRT post-primary MRI certification or equivalent, or medical physics background with 2 years in MRI applications experience
Associates or Bachelor’s degree preferred or equivalent experience.
Working Conditions and Physical Requirements
Up to 80% travel required by car, air, and/or train, including overnight stays and occasional international travel.
Job operates in the hospital/medical environment and remotely from home office location.
Potential exposure to hazardous physical, chemical, radiological and biological agents, loud noise, and strong magnetic fields.
Continually talk, hear, see (depth perception), and view computers.
Frequently sit, stand, and stoop.
Frequently lift or carry up to 50 pounds.
Occasionally twist, climb stairs, kneel, and grasp.
Frequent repetitive hand movements.
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