US-CA, Educator Diabetes San Francisco California Job 454572500A2-MZ
|Requisition ID 51924BR|
Title Educator Diabetes San Francisco California
Job Category Sales
Job Description Purpose
Responsible for delivering diabetes and weight management education based on American Diabetes Association standards of care and other relevant treatment guidelines. Educates primary care providers,Endocrinologists and other medical staff and patients on how to better manage their respective disease state according to national guidelines. Responsible for ensuring the program goals are being properly executed within territory.
Reports to an Education Manager (EM). Internally, proactively and effectively collaborates with sales, marketing, medical and legal personnel. Represents the organization as a prime contact with customers and field counterparts. Engages with a variety of customers in a complex marketplace. Ability to manage multiple external relationships including relations with patients, vendors and healthcare providers.
Adjust territory routing to help ensure that targeted providers receive exposure to The Education Program. Communicate effectively (verbal and written) with field counterpart to leverage collaborative opportunities while staying within The Education Program and Novo Nordisk policies and guidelines. Conduct educational programs in primary care and endocrinology offices for Healthcare Professionals and office staff to ensure all diabetes and weight management education knowledge is current. Demonstrate openness to coaching and development and make adjustments based on coaching. Ensure compliance with regulatory and legal mandates. Ensure that education delivered follows the ADA standards of care and other relevant treatment guidelines executing on The Education Program tactics and demonstrates adaptability if or when the strategy changes. Implement Diabetes and weight management curriculum and direct overall staff training, programs and educational goals under very general supervision, following The Education Program guidelines. Implements customized educational programs based upon needs. Involve health systems, employers and other community stakeholders to capitalize on emerging opportunities Prioritize budget resources to effectively execute the overall Education Program strategy. Responsible for the completion of territory goals. Serve as a trusted advisor in diabetes and weight management education for targeted healthcare professionals. Work closely with management giving insight and gaining knowledge of the staffs' and patients' educational needs.
40-50% overnight travel required
* A Bachelor’s degree is required. A CDE is preferred
* A minimum of 3 years relevant clinical experience required
* Ability to work independently in a field-based role required
* Bilingual (i.e. fluency in Spanish and English) may be required for some areas of the country
* Complete understanding and application of principles, concepts, practices, and standards in Diabetes Care
* Full knowledge of industry practices in Diabetes Care
* Diabetes care management experience preferred. Weight management experience a plus. Registered Nurse, Registered Dietitian, Physician Assistant, Nurse Practitioner, Pharmacist, or other NCDBE recognized disciplines required
* Excellent verbal/written communication skills are required
Novo Nordisk is an Equal Opportunity Employer - M/F/Veteran/Disability/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity.
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Department CMCL - EP Northern California
Position Location US - Field Based - Across US
City SAN FRANSISCO
State/Provinces US - CA
Job/Position Country US
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