Genomics Sales Specialist – UK, BeNeLux and France
Location: UK, Belgium or Netherlands
The company is a global leading manufacturer of instruments and consumables used in life science research. Their products are used in genomics, proteomics and cell biology applications. With a market leading presence, they now have an exciting opportunity to join their team as the Genomics Sales Specialist for the UK, BeNeLux and France.
The primary goal is to evaluate, manage and grow new and existing business relationships with major pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies in the UK, BeNeLux and France.
Develop and execute strategic plans focused on revenue/margin growth for large strategic partnerships.
Responsible for a selling the genomics portfolio of instruments and consumables; ddPCR, qPCR, NGS.
The position is home office based in UK, Belgium or Netherlands, with average 70% to customer sites.
You will have the opportunity to attend conferences and exhibitions.
BSc, MSc, or PhD is preferred: Immunology, Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Genetics, Genomics, Protein Chemistry, Neuroscience, Life Sciences, Biological Sciences, Proteomics, Biotechnology, Biochemistry; or related field.
Experience selling life science products, or strong genomics laboratory experience.
Languages: Fluent English is essential.
Travel: Estimated 70% across UK, BeNeLux and France.
Effective communication skills are essential at senior level, both internally and externally.
Sales Specialist, Account Manager, Area Manager, Territory Manager, Application Specialist, Product Specialist, Genomics, Genomics, Sequencing, ddPCR, dPCR, qPCR, Genetic, Genetics, PhD, PostDoc, PostDoctoral Researcher
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