Genetics Sales Representative-N. California, Utah, and Nevada

Biotech Recruiters
Job Location
san francisco, CA 94109
Job Description


Genetics Sales Representative-N. California, Utah, and Nevada

You will target and close accounts. You will generate new business, as well as maintain relationships with our existing clients. This will require you to establish and maintain relationships with physicians and facilities focused on neurological disorders. You will attend tradeshows on occasion to help generate leads.

You must be willing to travel, how much will depend on how you choose to arrange your schedule; at times you may travel more or less. If you have passion for delivering a superior product, in an industry that can make a world of difference in the life of a child, the job will come naturally.

You will be expected to hit your sales goals – we hope you will exceed them. The more you sell, the more money you will make; compensation for sales is only limited to your level of desire to succeed.

You have the opportunity at Company to work in an open, exciting environment that rewards entrepreneurial spirit and performance and celebrates success.

Who You Are

You are ambitious and confident. You have the ability to establish a rapport with customers. You will live in or near the San Francisco Bay Area. You are optimistic by nature. Ideally you have experience selling to Physicians and preferably experience in neurology. You may have other life science experiences that will help you in this role. Company will provide product training, but you need to be able to grasp this information in order to sell genetic testing. You do not have to be an expert in science, we have experts at our office that you can rely on as needed. You need a minimum of 3 years of proven sales experience – exceeding your quota year over year.

If this job sounds like a solid fit, you want to work in high growth company with proven success, and be part of an entrepreneurial organization that can create positive outcomes in the lives of the patients we test, send your resume right away.


How to Apply

Please email resume to:

Derek Pyper, Principal

[email protected]

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