Genetic Counsellor: DNA Testing Sales Western Canada

Hess Associates Executive Search
Job Location
Vancouver, BC
Base + Commission

Health, Dental, Company Car

Job Description

Our client is an international genetic testing company offering hundreds of new and specialized genetic tests for rarer diseases to hospitals, healthcare centers, and physicians. You would have the intricate knowledge required to serve as an informative educator when calling on these customers. Base is BC or AB. Home office. Consultative sales personality but with ability to close.

**One year contract position.


Consultative sales calls/visits to pertinent physician specialists, including geneticists, other specialists, laboratories, and genetic counselors to familiarize them with the available tests, methodologies, and diagnostic advantages.
Most of these tests will be performed in the US - some under the Out of Country umbrella.
Informing stakeholders of reimbursement hurdles, policies, availability for each test.
Sales, client retention, new client development.
Territory BC, AB, MB, SK.



MS / M.Sc. Genetic Counselling/ Human Genetics.
ABGC or CAGC board eligible or certified.
Real interest or experience in business/ sales.
If no real sales background, outgoing and go-getter personality OK.
Any background in sales in general and/or selling genetic testing services of great interest.
Experience selling to or networking with endocrinologists, nephrologists, neurologists, cardiologists.
Good at customer relationship management and/or establishing rapport with people in general.
Able to travel about 40 to 50% with 8 to 10 overnights per month.
Excellent English, interpersonal, presentation, communication, and PC skills.
Self starter, providing solutions.
Company car and salary based on Base + Commission.
Home based position in BC or AB preferred.

How to Apply

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About Our Organization

Hess Associates Executive Search Toronto, ON (Recruiter)
Temp or full time professionals - contingency, engaged, or retained basis.
Recruiting for the following industries: Biotechnology, Informatics, IT

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