Director of Business Development (US)

Metabolomic Technologies Inc. (MTI)
Job Location
Suite 132, 9650-20 Avenue
Edmonton, AB T6N 1G1

Medical, dental, vision, life

Yearly pension pay

Employee stock option program 

Job Description

We’re looking for a Director of Business Development to lead our US sales and market access efforts. 

Roles and Responsibilities

  • Develop plans and strategies for developing business and achieving the company’s sales goals
  • Manage sales team, business partners, and resources to deliver profitable growth
  • Act as a key contact with partner labs
  • Work with marketing team to devise marketing materials and tools to support sales
  • Refine value concepts to support product uptake and market access
  • Work with scientific and medical teams to understand and develop market opportunities
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • 5+ years sales management experience
  • Successful experience building go-to-market strategies and corporate sales plans
  • Experience in medical diagnostics sales
  • Experience in U.S. healthcare system and reimbursement
  • Team player with strong verbal and written communication skills
How to Apply

To apply, please send a CV and cover letter to

About Our Organization

Metabolomic Technologies Inc. (MTI) is a spin-off company from the University of Alberta committed to developing metabolomics-based diagnostics. Our lead product, PolypDx, is a urine-based assay for the detection of adenomatous polyps, the precursors to colorectal cancer. We are currently expanding our presence in the US market. The successful candidate will lead these efforts. 


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