Senior Sales (Current Employee) – PA – 25 October 2013
Sad that Lilly has turned into the company it has. Went from a leader in diabetes and neuroscience to third place at best. Great co-workers and teammates. Tough to see Executive and Senior Executive status handed out to those who just happened to survive 18-20 years at company and not because of impact.
I enjoyed working at Eli-Lilly, everyone was friendly and helpful.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 1 June 2017
assistance to the director managing his calendar and setting up meetings. all administrative, ordering lab and office supplies. coordinating visitors passes when required. code and submit invoices for payment.
Reconciliation of monthly expenses
very nice environment and great food at the cafeteria
Medical Representative (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 9 November 2016
• Organized and planed for a product-launch • Prepared a launch and pre-launch plan and organized activities including advisory boards, according to company’s guidelines. • Developed and planed a re-launch campaign by focusing on a specific indication of the product in Women’s Health • Managed different projects to build company’s image as a leader in diabetes market
An outgoing person who ask for challenging opportunity
Key Account Manager (Former Employee) – Emerging BU – 26 April 2016
As a dynamic professional, I have been fortunate enough to hold several positions which have helped me progress to become an outgoing, proactive, and customer focused individual who thrives on challenge and demonstrates commitment. I am an enthusiastic strategic thinker, with low resistance to change who works well under stress. As a results oriented professional, I am able to exceed sales targets with a high level of learning agility.
* A typical day usually started at 8am, either at medical rounds or personal one on one meetings with health care professionals. When ever possible I would arrange a lunch meeting with a key customer, either at a local restaurant or in the cafeteria in the hospital. The afternoon was spent with a few more key customer calls and then in my home office to type up call notes.
* Keeping in front of the customer was paramount to ensure my products were front of mind when decisions were made on which medication they would decide to use.
* Immediate management were always there for support and guidance. Easy to reach and bounce ideas off. If big decisions needed to be made in an account they would readily make themselves available.
* At meetings time was spent bouncing ideas off fellow co-workers on strategies that were effective in the field. Always willing to be available if needed to bounce ideas of each other.
* The hardest part of the job was keeping in front of the customer and having meaningful discussions with key account health care professionals.
* Most enjoyable part of the job was seeing life saving products being used in an effective manor and having the respect of your customers.
Assistant (Contract) (Former Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 15 August 2012
Can`t complain really. It was a part time job with good pay for me and I made some friends. Contract position, no problems, organizing and maintaining material sometimes with my own radio. I would do it again given the opportunity.