Market Development Lead, Clinical Genomics EMEA (m/f) 2918-GW

Job Location
Hilden, Germany / Venlo, Netherlands/ Manchester
Job Description

Position Description: - Leads the market analysis, market development and go-to-market planning for NGS based clinical testing labs within assigned geographies and market segments - Responsible for lab targeting, profiling, qualification, recruitment, onboarding, validation and support as part of product early access validation. - Develops relationships with Lab Director KOLs and Professional Associations within specified markets to support the evaluation and validation of QIAGEN’s new clinical decision support product. - Gathers customer feedback on unmet needs and requirements to inform business strategy and product development roadmap as part of product early access programs. - Works with Product Managers to define scientific and technical requirements by test indication, works with Marketing to inform geography and customer specific messaging and Sales on targeting of Labs. - Acts as liaison between core product teams and QIAGEN medical and scientific affairs teams and clinical geography sales leads to facilitate introduction, sale and support of the new products.


Position Requirements: - MSc or PhD in Molecular Pathology or Genetics - Minimum of 5 years business experience with at least 3 year’s experience in market development - Experience selling to or working in Clinical Lab setting - Hands-on knowledge or at least familiarity with NGS clinical testing - Experience and/or familiarity with software and bioinformatics - Experience in business development, marketing and/or sales - Fluency in English is mandatory. German and/or French skill would be a plus Personal Requirements: - Willing to travel up to 50% - Very good communication and presentation skills - Solid project management skills

About Our Organization

QIAGEN is one of the world’s most successful biotech companies and has achieved outstanding growth in its industry. As a worldwide leading provider of innovative DNA, RNA, and protein purification technologies and molecular testing solutions to the life science market and to diagnostic laboratories, we have consistently delivered impressive year-on-year revenue increases.

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