Job Summary This position supports the US Marketing teams with day to day functions, as well as special projects and research. Principal Duties and Responsibilities -Research and explore Zimmer Biomet competitors to obtain information for projects and reference charts. -Design, construct, and update various product tracking databases. -Package products and literature, and initiate transmission to sales field. -Manage in-house inventory of literature and marketing products. -Aid office personnel with daily administrative tasks. -Effectively receive and communicate calls from the field, and connect callers with the proper individual. Also provide coverage for phones when needed. -Provide end of the month reports outlining your work activities and project progression. -Attend and assist in Med ED learning center courses. Expected Areas of Competence -Effective verbal and written communication skills. -Ability to work with cross-functional\/multi-disciplined teams including Brand Management & --Commercialization, Sales Administration, Market Communications, and Sales force representatives. -Excellent organizational skills and the ability to deal independently with many issues at one time and prioritize accordingly. -Knowledge of Zimmer Biomet products helpful. -Proficient with PC based systems, MS Office (Excel, Power Point and Word), and Internet Explorer. Education\/Experience Requirements -Must be actively enrolled an academic program for the entire duration of the assignment. -Pursuit of Bachelor\u2019s Degree with at least a sophomore level standing. -Marketing majors preferred. -GPA of 3.2 preferred. Travel Requirements -Up to 15% Additional Information EOE M\/W\/Vet\/Dis
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Biomet, Inc. was founded in 1977 by four young men infused with a bold entrepreneurial spirit. Dane A. Miller, Ph.D., Niles L. Noblitt, Jerry L. Ferguson and M. Ray Harroff, all experienced in the orthopedic industry, shared a vision shaped by a desire to be highly responsive to the changing needs of orthopedic surgeons and a belief that their company could set a new standard for quality and clinical durability. To finance their venture, they pooled their own money and obtained a loan from the Small Business Administration. Despite their confidence in the orthopedic industry and the company they envisioned, the path to success was anything but easy. With just eight team members at the time of its incorporation, the four founders and their wives, Biomet began to establish the foundation that would shape the Company's future and allow it to emerge as a worldwide leader in the medical device industry.