Vice President of Marketing

The VP of Marketing has responsibility for worldwide marketing for the Resuscitation Business, which represents approximately half of the Company's 2018 revenue.   Report to the President Overall leadership of Resuscitation Business Marketing Direct reports include five Directors, comprised of three market segment leaders, plus Directors of Product Management and Marketing Services Overall marketing staff of approximately 80 worldwide Drive revenue growth and market share by creating customer preferences for the Company's brand Set tone and agenda for commercial sales activities globally Design compensation structures that rewards team for achieving sales growth goals Cultivate relationships with key clinical opinion leaders, customers and industry peers Thought leader / contributor for new product designs, basic research, clinical and regulatory strategy, new business development Responsibilities An outstanding track record of driving business growth and developing innovative products and programs Has managed groups of at least twenty people, and revenue of $200M+ Experience in capital equipment industry(ies), with a strong preference for candidates with experience in medical equipment Experience selling value-added software and services is desirable Natural, intuitive grasp of marketing fundamentals Strategic thinker Flexibility to handle full marketing continuum from to-level strategy to hands-on demand creation and messaging Low-ego team player Active listener, ability to learn through probing Q&A Passion and enthusiasm to develop deep understanding of customer needs Qualifications Succeeds through influence and persuasion rather than control Strong oral and outstanding written communication skills High Intelligence   Required/Preferred Education and Experience: Minimum of a bachelor's degree. An MBA is preferred but not required Ten or more years of marketing experience, including at least five years at the Senior Director or VP level 2018-1399
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
11 - 15 years

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