Anemone is a start-up company founded by world-renowned neurologist and epilepsy specialist Dr. Pavel Klein in 2015. The company's mission is to solve the type 2 diabetes and obesity epidemic through the use of a ketogenic complete meal replacement program. We provide patients with ready-to-eat, frozen ketogenic meals to eat while on the program, medical supervision and treatments (if needed), and individualized nutrition counseling. We have conducted pilot studies of our treatment program showing an 80% rate of total type 2 diabetes remission following completion of the treatment program. Diabetes remission means patients were able to get off all their diabetic medications and still have normal blood sugar values.
The open position is for a Sales Associate. There would be no salary or hourly wage, however, we can offer generous commissions on any sales made and also coordinate the internship so you can receive academic credit. Expect to perform work that is critical to the company's mission and will have a direct impact on its functioning, helping you gain valuable experience. The majority of your sales work would involve visiting outside health provider offices (doctors, nutritionists, NPs/PAs etc) to inform them of our program and have them refer their patients to our treatment program. A successful sale would be defined as a new patient starting the program.
The applicant should be motivated to work independently and be comfortable visiting outside doctors offices to present the program details to them. You will be trained on the specifics of the program to ensure you can answer questions and appear knowledgeable. The work schedule can be flexible to accommodate any classes or other academic commitments. Independent transportation is required.
- High school diploma or equivalent required
- Excellent communication and sales skills
- Preference given to applicants with previous sales experience
- Willingness to learn details of the treatment program to appear knowledgeable to the health providers you will be interacting with
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