Clinical Specialist North


Urgo Medical UK & Ireland -


The company

URGO is an international family-owned group, founded in France, specializing in health and wellness. With 3,500 employees, it is present in more than 60 countries around the world and has a turnover of 750 million euros. URGO has developed a solid portfolio of very well-known brands such as JUVAMINE, ALVITYL, URGO, and MERCUROCHROME. URGO is recognized for its strong capacity for innovation, and is, for example, one of the world’s experts in advanced wound healing. By joining URGO HEALTHCARE Laboratories – the Group’s entity specialized in consumer health (first aid – URGO, food supplements – ALVITYL – ENT – HUMER), you will join a dynamic group, able to offer you diversified and accelerated career paths, both in France and internationally. URGO is a Happy Trainees certified company that values excellence and audacity in everyone.

The offer

Working as an integral part of matrix team, the Clinical Specialist is a strategic role that concentrates on optimising the implementation of the clinical strategy to increase market access and win new business whilst utilising clinical expertise to enhance Urgo Medical’s reputation within the wound care arena.

This role will be primarily field based and require travelling as per customer and/ or business needs across North territory.

Key Duties and Responsibilities

  • Develop and lead on clinical projects including service led audits and evaluations that build on current existing smart science within the Urgo Medical clinical evidence portfolio.
  • Support the development of appropriate evaluation tools and amend existing tools to provide bespoke services for healthcare organisations.
  • Produce and publish clinical posters, case studies and publications that will support dissemination of findings from product evaluations, clinical studies and clinician/patient experiences.
  • Successful launch and implementation of internal/external national project at a regional level.
  • Develop and coordinate regional study events.
  • Engage and manage existing KOL and Regional Opinion Leaders (ROL) relationships.
  • Utilise clinical expertise to contribute towards the delivery of the regional business plan. Work collaboratively with the regional Healthcare partnership manager (HPM) to win market access and new business.

Candidate profile

  • Registered Nurse or equivalent HCP with current professional clinical qualification (NHS band 6/7) – essential
  • Current active professional registration e.g. NMC – essential
  • Proven experience within a wound care environment – essential
  • Minimum of 2 years experience of working within a community – essential
  • Ability to write publications (posters, project reports, articles) – essential
  • Experience within a commercial wound care environment – desirable
  • Health/science related academic degree – desirable
  • Presentation and teaching skills – essential


This role will be primarily field based and require travelling as per customer and/ or business needs across North territory – West Yorkshire, Cumbria, Northumberland and Tyne and Wear.

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