Global Development Leader Women´s Health (4338)

Job Location
Germantown, MD
Job Description

 Heading the global product development activities in the Program Women´s Health.
• Representing Development in Program Core Team and in the Global Development Leadership Team Accountable for leading development teams in system projects and their deliverers (automation, assays, software projects).
• Providing leadership and technical guidance to the development teams working in projects of the Women´s Health program.
• Responsible for the strategic development road map of QIAGEN and product life cycle management of the existing, market-leading product portfolio in the market segment Women´s Health.
• Other duties as assigned


• Master's degree required in natural sciences and/or engineering, PHd preferred
• At least 5 years of relevant industry experience
• Strong decision maker and risk taker
• Experience in leading interdisciplinary and virtual teams in a truly global setup
• Strong understanding of the Women´s Health market segment and the relevant technology
• Strong communication skills required both oral and written
• Ability to maneuver in a consistently changing environment; Ability to operate cross-functionally and understanding of external and internal business drivers.

How to Apply

If interested, please apply online

About Our Organization

QIAGEN N.V., a Netherlands-based holding company, is the leading global provider of Sample to Insight solutions to transform biological materials into valuable molecular insights. QIAGEN sample technologies isolate and process DNA, RNA and proteins from blood, tissue and other materials. Assay technologies make these biomolecules visible and ready for analysis. Bioinformatics software and knowledge bases interpret data to report relevant, actionable insights. Automation solutions tie these together in seamless and cost-effective molecular testing workflows. QIAGEN provides these workflows to more than 500,000 customers around the world in Molecular Diagnostics (human healthcare), Applied Testing (forensics, veterinary testing and food safety), Pharma (pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies) and Academia (life sciences research). As of March 31, 2015, QIAGEN employed approximately 4,300 people in over 35 locations worldwide. Further information can be found at

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