Life Science Sales Representative- Southeastern US

PHENIX Research Products
Job Location
Asheville, NC 28715

Full Benefits Package

Job Description

PHENIX Research Products is recruiting an experienced salesperson, preferably based in the Raleigh, NC (RTP) or Atlanta, GA area. The position is responsible for managing and growing our business in the Southeast Region. PHENIX has an excellent sales infrastructure, strong support for our sales team including PhD product support and a highly motivating benefits and commission package.

This is an excellent opportunity to join a company whose average growth is 15% a year and is expanding rapidly.


• Minimum 3-5 years business-to-business sales experience required
• Proven ability to manage existing business while creating new business
• Strong practical knowledge of CRM systems such as Salesforce, Saleslogix, etc.
• Bachelor's degree in Life Sciences or another technical field
• Knowledge of Biotech, Academic and Government Research Accounts in the territory
• Proven ability to work independently in outside sales environment
• Technical knowledge of target markets is plus, particularly PCR and Robotics/Automation
• Experience working in laboratory research environment is a plus!

How to Apply

If you would like to submit your resume & cover letter, please e-mail our HR Dept. at

About Our Organization

Proudly celebrating 26 successful years in business in 2016, PHENIX Research is a supplier of consumables, reagents, and equipment to the life science research market. Particular focus markets include cryogenic storage, PCR, tissue culture, and laboratory automation. The company was founded in the San Francisco Bay area and is now headquartered in Asheville, NC.

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