Director Business Development

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Job Description


  • Lead Business Development team, including recruitment, mentoring and management of team members
  • Define business development needs and strategy to access external opportunities
  • Manage execution of business development opportunities, including due diligence activities
  • Recommend deal structures and terms to senior management
  • Lead negotiations with external partners
  • Direct strategic projects including market research and other assessment activities as needed

Who you are

You’re someone who wants to influence your own development. You’re looking for a company where you have the opportunity to pursue your interests across functions and geographies. Where a job title is not considered the final definition of who you are, but the starting point.



  • PhD in Life Sciences, or BS in Life Sciences with MBA
  • 7-10 years’ experience in Business Development in Diagnostics, Biotech, Pharma or Life Sciences industry
  • Track record of success as evidenced by deal sheet. Solid understanding of In Vitro Diagnostics market
  • Solid analytical and communication skills
  • People leadership experience
How to Apply

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