Life Sciences Account Manager | GenomeWeb

Life Sciences Account Manager

JSR Micro, Inc.
Job Location
Sunnyvale, CA 94109

JSR Micro offers a comprehensive and generous compensation and benefits program that has been carefully developed to meet the needs of our employees

Job Description
  • ** This position is nationwide **

  • Achieve sales goals, as established by Management.

  • Maintain a high level of technical competence for effective market penetration

  • Increase revenue from existing products by effectively competing against strong competitors in Life Science Research and In vitro Diagnostics market.

  • Establish and grow network with principal investigators in translational research, pharmaceutical companies, in vitro diagnostics companies, and/or Biotech

  • Manage customer accounts; communicate all customer issues and requirements throughout the organization through call reports, periodic status reports, customer complaints, product usage forecasts and other written reports as management requires.

  • Provide customer support pre- and post-sales to ensure customer satisfaction of all accounts

  • Monitor the market for new opportunities or competitive threats to existing business.

  • Build a professional presence for the company at trade shows and customer sites.

  • Ability to travel 30-40%

  • Bring customer’s demands into R&D and/or Marketing for new products and application development (new business opportunity) of existing products

  • Monitor inventory levels and work with logistics teams to ensure optimum operational efficiency

  • Support Accounting in collection of delinquent customer payments.

  • Lead internal training seminars.

  • Other duties as may be assigned. 



B.S. degree in Biology, an M.B.A., M.S or PhD. is a plus, or equivalent work experience.


  • More than 5 year experience in Technical Sales of materials, assay methods, and reagents for life sciences tools

  • Experience in growing new markets in life sciences by promoting and launching new product lines

  • Demonstrated experience in identifying new accounts, closing sales deals and generating new revenue from these accounts

  • Experience in nurturing relationships and increasing revenue within existing customer base

  • Experience in communicating key customer needs to marketing and R&D functions within the organization

  • Experience in interacting with principal investigators in pharmaceutical companies, in vitro diagnostics companies, and/or Biotech

  • Existing network of customers in liquid biopsy research, exosomes or extracellular vesicles research, is a plus

  • Strong oral and written communications skills – experience in public speaking at meeting and customer sites

  • Strong network of customers in the area of liquid biopsy and oncology/ immunology translational research is a plus

  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook

About Our Organization

JSR Micro, Inc. is driving innovation in semiconductor, life sciences, and energy material solutions.  As polymer experts, JSR Micro has leveraged its experience and research and development capabilities to expand into new and growing markets while always maintaining an uncompromising focus on quality.  Our comprehensive and diverse portfolio of materials allows our customers to solve unique technical and economic challenges within a variety of industries and applications.  JSR Micro, Inc. is the US-based subsidiary of JSR Corporation, which operates a responsive, reliable, world-class supply chain and quality program, and a network of manufacturing facilities, sales offices and R&D labs in key markets throughout North America, Asia-Pacific, and Europe.  JSR Micro is an innovation partner to its customers, working together to continue to advance today's technologies and to create the breakthroughs of tomorrow. 

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