Bioinformatics Product Manager

Advaita Bioinformatics
Job Location
46099 Five Mile Road
Plymouth, MI 48170

In addition to a competitive salary structure, Advaita also offers subsidized health and dental benefits, and stock options.  We offer a casual, dynamic, diverse work environment.  ADVAITA IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

Job Description

We are looking for hard-working Product Manager to join our team near Ann Arbor, MI.  Candidates should be self-motivated and able to work independently.  This is a permanent, full-time position.  The main responsibilities will include:

  • interfacing with current and prospective customers,
  • assessing needs and readiness to purchase,
  • developing and managing marketing campaigns,
  • gathering VOC data,
  • follow-up with accounts to ensure needs are being met,
  • interfacing with senior management and reporting on key performance metrics,
  • other assignments as management may direct.

Requirements: Ideal candidates will have:

  • Bachelor’s degree in biology or similar area (Master’s or Ph.D. preferred)
  • Sales/marketing or customer support experience
  • Strong communication skills (written and verbal)
  • Ability to constructively participate in internal development meetings
  • Must be self-directed and able to reach out to and gain interaction with existing and prospective customers
  • Ability to craft, manage, and measure effectiveness of marketing campaigns is a must
  • Ability to adapt to changing markets and conditions
  • Knowledge of genetics, bioinformatics tools, and the sales process a strong plus 
  • Knowledge of CRM tools such as mailchimp, salesforce, also a strong plus.
  • Ability to travel domestically and internationally (Approximate travel 10%)
About Our Organization

Advaita Bioinformatics ( is a leading developer of software applications for life science researchers.  These applications take data that is produced from various DNA sequencing, RNA sequencing, and protein expression experiments and provide valuable biological interpretation and insights to that data.  These scientists, in-turn, use these insights to better understand diseases and to develop drugs, treatments, and other protocols to better serve patients.  The bioinformatics industry is expected to grow to over $8 Billion by 2019.

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