Product Sales Specialist - Molecular Diagnostics
An excellent opportunity for a Biomedical or Clinical Scientist with a strong laboratory background in immunoassay/molecular biology/microbiology who is looking to move into a field-based scientific sales role. Full training is provided.
The role is 80% field-based travelling to customer sites, with around one day per week working from home.
PRODUCTS: Immunoassay and Molecular Diagnostics tests, instrumentation and automation.
TERRITORY: Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland
CUSTOMERS: NHS and private laboratories - contact levels include: pathology laboratory managers, procurements, clinicians, surgeons and infectious disease consultants
To achieve agreed sales targets for relevant product groups.
To follow the marketing strategies
To promptly answer questions from customers relating to the products of the appropriate division.
To provide customer training and technical support to customers on all relevant products through demonstrations and professionally conducted trials.
To develop and maintain relationships with all customers and influencers within the allocated accounts by regular visits
To organise, attend and report on all exhibitions and workshops as required.
To actively seek and report changes in relevant markets that may affect the performance of the product group and to feedback and advise on company marketing strategy.
To assist in the production of all quotations and tenders relating to the relevant product group
Life Sciences degree and post-degree experience working in a clinical laboratory is essential (ideally 2+ years). You will need a strong laboratory background in immunoassay/molecular biology related to clinical microbiology
In addition, the ideal candidate will be confident, adaptable, self-motivated, analytical, and able to work on their own initiative and as part of a team, with excellent communication and presentation skills
- Clinical Microbiology
- Technical Sales
- Molecular Diagnostics
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