UK Sales Specialist – Single Cell Genomics
Location: United Kingdom
The company is a fast-growing manufacturer of Single Cell DNA Analysis instruments, consumables and software. Their products are used by researchers and clinicians across the globe for the discovery and development of precision medicine. Due to company growth, they now have an exciting opportunity to join their team as the UK Sales Specialist.
Your primary responsibility is to identify and secure new business opportunities, as well as managing a number of existing customer accounts across a designated region.
Execute sales strategy to achieve regional sales targets in accordance with the regional business and financial growth plans.
Responsible for selling Single Cell DNA Analysis instruments, consumables and software for haematology, oncology and cell and gene therapy applications, to pharma and biotech companies.
The position is home office based with estimated 25-50% travel across the UK.
You will have the opportunity to attend conferences and exhibitions.
BSc, MSc or PhD is essential: Molecular Biology, Biological Sciences, Cancer Biology, Biology, Genetics, Life Sciences, Oncology; or related field.
Sales experience in life science research, with capital equipment experience is preferred.
Experience successfully selling to pharma/biotech customers, with a focus on genomics, molecular biology, genetics, or related field.
Comfortable with estimated 25-50% travel.
Excellent communication and presentation skills, as well as experience delivering seminars and leading group discussions.
Sales Specialist, Sales Manager, Territory Manager, Account Manager, Key Account Manager, Genomic, Genomics, Genetic, Genetics, Next Generation Sequencing, NGS, Single Cell Analysis
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