Inside Sales Representative

Job Location
155 Gibbs Street
Rockville, MD 20850
Salary is market competitive and is based on the experience and expertise of the candidate
Job Description
  • Focus on short term and long term revenue generation
  • Assist management in development of new sales and marketing strategies
  • Assist management in building enhancements to the current sales process
  • Attend key sales meetings as requested by upper management
  • Maintain, enter and track all contacts and sales activities through a CRM
  • Generate new leads and schedule meetings to further develop the CosmosID sales pipeline
  • Send price quotes to potential clients, periodic and timely follow ups and ultimately close sales
  • Contribute to client retention strategy, and sales growth for existing customers
  • While interacting with clients and potential clients, understand their needs and wants, while simultaneously collect information on the competitive landscape and new product introductions
  • Further develop existing relationships in order to organically grow new business
  • Reach out to Foundations for prospective R&D funding
  • Represent CosmosID at conferences, events and meetings at request of management
  • Marketing Support
  • BA or BS degree from an accredited university. Biology, Marketing, Engineering or Computer science majors preferred, but not required
  • Candidate must be personable and comfortable speaking with people on the phone and in person
  • Ability to explain complex concepts in a simplistic way
  • Ability to learn scientific concepts
  • Experienced in Microsoft Suite programs
  • Results and deadline oriented
  • Must be self-motivated and able to work without much supervision
About Our Organization

CosmosID is a microbial genomic platform focused on rapid identification of microorganisms, pathogens and anti-microbial resistance for infectious disease, food safety inspections, pharmaceutical discovery, public health surveillance and microbiome analysis.

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