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Genomic Sales Specialist - Ontario

Organization
D-MARK Biosciences Inc
Job Location
35 Grand Marshall Drive
Scarborough, ON M1B 5W9
Canada
Salary
Salary, base plus commission, negotiable based on experience. D-MARK retains the highest quality sales professionals in the industry and pays accordingly.
Job Description

Demonstrate, sell and support D-MARK Biosciences’ diverse and extensive line of reagents and consumables to Life Science research and clinical customers. Prospect for new customers, qualify leads, and train customers after the sale. Product lines reagents and consumables related to NGS, qPCR/PCR, Sanger sequencing, microarray-related products, and storage products.

Candidate must have an MSc. (Molecular Biology) or two years of laboratory experience. It is preferred that the candidate has 2-4 years of sales experience

How to Apply

If you believe you are the right candidate, we would love to see your application.Please forward your resume to jeffrey.seitz@d-markbio.com

About Our Organization

D-MARK Biosciences is Canada's #1 Genomics Solutions Artchitect! We specialize in providing solutions to Molecular Biology and Protein Biology laboratories. The company was founded in 2008 by the former Canadian General Manager of a top 15 Multinational Life Sciences supply company, with an emphasis on PCR/qPCR and sequencing. D-MARK works with small manufacturers of advanced solutions for molecular and protein biology, allowing cutting edge research to be performed faster, more accurately, and at a lower cost.

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