Atlanta, Georgia packs a punch of history with a side of vibrant city life. With nearly 490,000 residents, there is clearly something magical about this place. Of course, Georgia holds a special place in our hearts. Actually, just North of Atlanta, we operate and joyfully watch medical sales connections come to life.
For those looking at pharmaceutical sales jobs in Atlanta, it can be challenging to make a decision. There are various company options, to start. Then, each company has its own unique mission, dedication to product development, and product categories. For those looking to change jobs and relocate to a new city, it’s even more stressful.
So, we’re here to help you decide if pharmaceutical sales jobs in Atlanta are right for you:
Potential opportunities in Atlanta, Georgia
Pharmaceutical sales jobs in Atlanta are constantly evolving. It’s important to keep an eye on the MedReps job board. Set the location filter to “Georgia” and the category filter to “pharmaceutical sales” — it’s as easy as that.
Here are a few examples of pharmaceutical sales jobs in Atlanta, just to give you an idea of the types of opportunities and experience needed:
- Specialty Sales Representative, 6+ years experience
- Senior Manager, Thought Leader Liaison, Rare Disease, 3-5 years experience
- Integrated Account Manager, 6+ years
Here are our current pharmaceutical sales openings in Georgia.
Many pharmaceutical companies place sales reps around the country to increase bandwidth. There are a few, however, that call Georgia their home:
The pros of pharmaceutical sales jobs in Atlanta
1. Acella & Avio Pharmaceuticals
Our mission is to deliver quality products at affordable prices — bringing value to our customer base while providing savings and choices to patients nationwide. We are committed to developing, manufacturing, and distributing products that meet the highest quality standards through compliance with all applicable regulatory requirements.
Acella & Avio is focused on affordable product development meant to change the lives of everyday people. The company’s product categories include:
- Cough and cold
- NP thyroid
- Natural supplementation
- Pain relief
- Women’s health
Why it’s great to work here: Leadership acknowledges employees are the ones driving the company forward. It’s their knowledge, skills, and passions that attribute to overall business success. The company rewards these successes and cares for employees by offering benefits and individual development opportunities.
2. Sebela Pharmaceuticals
The Sebela vision: Creating a leading US-focused specialty pharmaceutical company in core therapeutic areas of gastroenterology, dermatology and women’s health.
Sebela Pharmaceuticals’ employees D.R.I.V.E their careers. That is, their culture is embedded in these values:
- Dedication and discipline
- Innovation and integrity
- Value creators
- Energy and enthusiasm
Why it’s great to work here: Employees use this ‘drive’ to sell products in three main categories of gastroenterology, dermatology, and women’s health. If you’re looking for a pharmaceutical company that’s constantly growing, Sebela might be the place for you.
3. Arbor Pharmaceuticals, LLC
We believe in people, we embrace the entrepreneurial spirit and we support talent. At Arbor Pharmaceuticals, we’re always looking for bright, talented people for our team. We offer a competitive salary, benefits and an entrepreneurial, supportive work environment.
Arbor also has a variety of products and product categories:
- Hospital and specialty
- Legacy and generics
Why it’s great to work here: Arbor pharmaceuticals doesn’t take the business of people lightly. The company is founded on the belief that its employees make a difference. That difference is made for the purpose of improving the lives of others. The team is led by skilled pharmaceutical veterans, many of whom have experience as healthcare practitioners.
What to expect if moving to Atlanta
1. Outdoor adventures
When thinking of Atlanta, many people picture a city of concrete. The city, however, is known for its beautifully-kept natural elements. Dozens of parks can be found across Atlanta, as well as trails that go on for miles, nature preserves, and green amenities.
You can enjoy a casual stroll or fast-paced run both inside and outside of the city. The Atlanta Beltline Trails, for example, is made up of 22 miles of unused railroad tracks that take you on a tour through the city over five separate trails.
Just outside of the city, you can get your fix for nature without the bustling city noise. Silver Comet Trail, approximately 22 minutes outside of the city, is a paved trail that’s closed to motorists.
Bonus: If outdoor spaces are important to you, explore the best parks in Atlanta.
2. A variety of living options
Finding the perfect pharmaceutical sales jobs in Atlanta is important. But so is finding the place you can call home. Atlanta has neighborhoods for every living scenario — and, no, it isn’t all high-rises and skyscrapers.
Here’s just a small peek at the variety:
- Midtown: Somewhere in between warehouse buildings turned loft apartments and history-filled victorian homes is Midtown. This is where you’ll find museums, like the High Museum of Art and the Museum of Design Atlanta. It’s also centrally located to Piedmont Park, the city’s largest green space.
- Buckhead: Even amidst the city limits, Buckhead maintains its small town charm. It’s located near great shopping, public transportation, parks, museums, and restaurants. If you have a family, Buckhead is touted as a great place to raise children. It’s home to a few of the top private schools in the nation, like Westminster and The Lovett School, and is known for its award-winning public school system.
- Perimeter Center: Perimeter is considered an edge city of Atlanta. This area lies within the three cities of Dunwoody, Sandy Springs, and Brookhaven. With the famous Perimeter Mall at the center of his area, it also includes green parks, including Centennial Olympic Park, built for the 1996 Summer Olympics.
- Decatur: While Decatur is part of the Atlanta metro area, it has its own unique identity. This area has a mixture of residents. From single professionals to young couples and families all thanks to the areas wide array of year-round events.
- Castleberry Hill and Vine City: Just the name of this neighborhood is enchanting. It brings reality to the saying, “not all things are as they seem.” Castleberry’s industrial warehouses are now loft apartments and art gallery spaces.
- Sweet Auburn and GSU: If you’re looking for more of a down-home feel, this is where you’ll find beautiful old Victorian houses. Sweet Auburn is actually the historic neighborhood where Martin Luther King, Jr. grew up.