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Sophia Genetics
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Job Description

You have a scientific background in molecular biology, oncology, ideally a PhD, and are looking forward to change your career path with a position in Marketing in a thriving field !

We are looking for someone that is confident, organised, proactive and entusiastic - able to adapt to our continually evolving environment. You will need to be comfortable talking directly to prospects, clients and colleagues that have a wide range of technical knowledge, in an international environment. Native English Speaker, French and any other European language would also be useful.  

-        Assisting the marketing manager with marketing activities

-        Assisting with the production of scientific-based marketing materials 

-        Ability to write White Papers

-        Answer to e-marketing needs 

-        Managing events, logistic, coordination

-        Organising and hosting congress presence

-        Providing support for the sales team

-        Updating and maintaining the marketing department's documentation 

-        Planning operation



-        A degree in molecular biology, oncology or human genetics, ideally a PhD

-        A degree in marketing (not essential but an advantage), with a first experience 

-        Personable, presentable, with good communication skills

-        Strong administration and organisational skills

How to Apply

Starting as soon as possible - Location in Lausanne Switzerland

If you think you fit this position, please send a CV and letter of motivation to :

About Our Organization

Sophia Genetics, Global Leader in Data Driven Medicine, brings together expertise in genetics, bioinformatics, machine learning and genomic privacy.

Based in Switzerland, we are known for our high medical standards and Swiss precision. Sophia Genetics offers health professionals who perform clinical genetic testing unparalleled bioinformatics analysis, quality assurance and secure banking of patient DNA sequence data generated by NGS. The company helps clinical laboratories to reduce costs, overcome complexity, significantly improve the turnaround time for routine diagnosis and meet quality requirements related to the use of NGS in the clinic.

Our solution, the Sophia DDM®, advanced analytical platform for clinical genomics allows hospitals to better and faster diagnose patients using cutting edge NGS analytics algorithms and through knowledge sharing within the largest Clinical NGS Community in the world +160 hospitals. 

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