Client Relations Specialist, Scientific Affairs

AKESOgen, Inc.
Job Location
3155 Northwoods Place
Norcross, GA 30047
Job Description

The position involves taking a lead support role in all aspects of the marketing and sales cycle.


Principal Duties, Responsibilities and Competencies:


  1. Assist the Marketing and Sales department in tracking and responding to proposals, sales, and opportunities
  2. Takes the lead in organizing and managing business development meetings
  3. Participate in management meetings
  4. Ability to manage and update Salesforce
  5. Document Preparation, including: Statements of Work, Master Service Agreements, NDA/CDAs
  6. Management of social media: Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn
  7. Aid in planning and development of new/existing relationships
  1. Management of and interface with company’s website
  1. Proven leadership of projects and staff desirable
  2. Is capable in data organization and analysis
  3. Ability to interface appropriately with staff in different roles in a matrix environment; scientists, HR, legal, accounting
  4. Demonstrates a high level of ethics in all aspects of professional practice
  5. Proficient in all aspects of Microsoft office
  6.  Any other duties as required by supervisor

A bachelor's degree in a scientific field. One year of scientific experience OR equivalent combination of experience, education, and training. Ideally is familiar with CLIA or other regulatory guidelines and industry experience is a bonus.  Is an exceptionally motivated individual and outstanding communicator. Has great attention to detail, is focused for long periods on a task and willingness to learn.

How to Apply

If you are interested in this position please submit your resume to [email protected] quoting Job Ref.# 201504. Mandatory cover letter required. Resumes with no cover letter will not be reviewed.

About Our Organization

AKESOgen, Inc. is a genomics service provider that caters to Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical, Government and Academic Sectors. The company is now looking for an experienced Client Relations Specialist to take on a broad range of duties. 

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