Field Application Specialist

Menarini Silicon Biosystems
Job Location
USA, Field based
Job Description

Menarini Silicon Biosystems, Inc is recruiting a Field Application Specialist (FAS) based in the USA. The FAS is the primary contact supporting Menarini Silicon Biosystems Customers, and is responsible for new customer’s trainings to ensure successful early adoptions and to maintain support for existing customers. The FAS also carry out the work that allows scientists to concentrate on, and perform the more common operations related to the DEPArray™ technology.

Moreover, the FAS is involved in pre-sales activities, facilitating and supporting sales presentations, giving seminars, demonstrating Company’s products and participating in trade shows. The FAS may also be involved to collaborate as a scientific partner, technical consultant and “voice of the customer” within the R&D and Process Development teams.

  • Master’s degree required (Cell Biology/Molecular Biology); background in Cancer Biology is preferred.
  • Ability to learn specific practical techniques and apply this knowledge to solve technical problems.
  • Ability to use technical equipment with accuracy.
  • Flexibility in order to work and provide support for a number of people.
  • Excellent oral communication skills in order to work effectively with colleagues from all parts of organisation and to explain the technology to interested parties.
  • Ability to follow detailed internal procedures.
  • Effective customer consultative skills, including scientific knowledge and analysis, a positive attitude and helpful customer interaction and maintenance of ongoing customer relationships organization.
  • Fluency in English.
  • Experience in pre- and post-sales and training a plus.
  • Open to travel up to 50 % of the time, domestic and international travels.
How to Apply

Please, deliver your CV to [email protected] and specifying into object field:

" REF 1706_FAS_USA", explicitly authorizing the treatment of your sensible and personal data in compliance with Italian law in force D.Lgs. 196/2003

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