Account Manager

Advanced Analytical Technologies, Inc.
Job Location
Southeastern USA,
Job Description

Sales account manager for our Southeastern USA Sales Territory. This full-time dynamic position will be responsible for all sales activities, from lead generation through close for our capillary electrophoresis (CE) systems in the assigned territory.


A bachelors degree in science or related technical field and/or 2 years of proven sales experience within the industry.
Technical knowledge of Molecular Biology and/or analytical instruments.
Live within the territory and ability to travel at least 50% of time.

About Our Organization

AATI develops, manufactures and markets high-throughput, fully-automated nucleic acid and genetic analysis systems. The company’s products have both commercial and research applications and are designed to improve processes within the molecular diagnostics, pharmaceutical, life science, agricultural and biofuels industries. The company’s product portfolio includes instruments for the parallel analysis of biomolecules, DNA, RNA, genomic DNA, double-stranded DNA, pharmaceutical compounds and proteins using capillary electrophoresis (CE) with fluorescence detection or UV absorbance.

The company’s flagship product, the Fragment Analyzer, is recognized as the best-in-class, multi-channel, automated fluorescence-based CE detection system for the simultaneous analysis of the quantity and quality of nucleic acids, including: dsDNA fragments, gDNA, NGS fragments and RNA (total and messenger) and microsatellites (SSR).

Our technology platform also powers Oligo PRO™ for oligonucleotide analyses and pKa PRO™ for measuring acid dissociation constants.

The company has facilities in Ames, Iowa, USA and Heidelberg, Germany. We support customers through a global network of distributors and support centers.

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