Raw Talent Academy Engaged again by Olympus KeyMed in search for ‘Talent’
For the third time in just over 10 months, Olympus KeyMed have turned to Sales Recruitment and Training provider, Raw Talent Academy, as they look to hire Medical Territory Sales Managers across the UK.
An international leader in the manufacture and supply of specialised medical and industrial equipment, Olympus KeyMed have recruited a number of Trainee Territory Managers from the company founded by Apprentice Winner Lee McQueen.
The latest Academy sees Field Sales positions available across the UK, including positions in Exeter, Bristol and the South West, Surrey, The Midlands and Scotland. With the opportunity to work for one of the world’s most recognisable brands and an industry leader Raw Talent Academy are expecting hundreds of applications to the unique recruitment process.
Founded by Lee McQueen after he spent two years working for Lord Sugar, Raw Talent Academy invites the top 30 candidates to an Audition Day that sees them take part in challenging business tasks while being assessed by Olympus KeyMed’s senior management team. The Audition Day will take place in Bristol on the 8th May 2013.
Lee McQueen announced the latest Academy saying; “Candidates with a desire to work for an industry leader, in an exciting and cutting edge industry are encouraged to apply for the Academy if they feel they have the hunger and desire to prove their the right person for the job. The Audition Day is a unique process based on my time on the Apprentice, if you feel you have what it takes, apply today!”
Peter Hawkins, Head of New Business Development, Marketing & Professional Education – UK, MEA & Ireland at Olympus Medical, said; “This is our third Academy and, following the success of the first two, we are confident of identifying appropriately qualified and hungry individuals to join our sales force who will benefit from working for an Industry-Leading, Multi-National Organisation.
“These academies are an excellent and innovative way for sales organisations to see potential candidates perform under pressure in simulated sales scenarios and provides a mix of traditional interviewing processes and practical sessions observing applicants performing varied challenging tasks.”