Medical Science Liaison - Non-invasive Prenatal Testing (NIPT) | GenomeWeb

Medical Science Liaison - Non-invasive Prenatal Testing (NIPT)

Organization
Natera
Job Location
Texas North (Dallas TX, MS, AL, AZ),
Salary
Open
Benefits

Great Benefit package

Job Description

Medical Science Liaison - Non-invasive Prenatal Testing (NIPT)

4 Open Positions –

1. NY/NJ/Northeast
2. Texas North (Dallas TX, MS, AL, AZ)
3. Central (St. Louis MO, KS, OK, AR, LA, IA, Southern IL, MN, ND, SD)
4. Florida

Role
Medical Science Liaisons (MSLs) are members Natera’s Medical Education team. They represent Natera by serving as scientific ambassadors, working to educate and develop relationships with clinicians, researchers, payers and other healthcare professionals. MSLs also work with Natera’s clinical, R&D, marketing, and sales teams to encourage full potential of product lifecycle and pipeline.

The MSL is the field-based scientific expert who will travel within their assigned territory to educate healthcare professionals and provide clinical support to the Natera sales team. Through their expertise and external interactions they will gain and share the medical voice of customers to assist in the development and execution of strategic plans that support Natera’s full suite of genetic testing products. The MSL is technologically savvy and knows how to appropriately share and use this knowledge to improve business. These are remote positions that require a minimum of 50% travel.

Responsibilities
•Represent Natera and its products, with clinicians, academic institutions, and professional organizations.
•Provide scientific and/or clinical presentations on Natera’s products, with particular focus on non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT).
•Address the specific needs of customers by responding to requests for information about our marketed and developing products.
•Serve as a medical and scientific resource for the Natera Sales and Marketing teams.
•Develop, maintain, and manage interactions with Key Opinion Leaders (“KOLs”) from the obstetrics and genetics communities as well as other relevant healthcare professionals.
•Review and report out NIPT test results to ordering clinicians.
•Develop educational materials for healthcare providers and patients.

Requirements

Requirements
Genetic counseling Board certification and minimum 2 years of prenatal genetic counseling experience are required

How to Apply

Please send resume to
Laila King
Sr. Recruiter
lking@natera.com

About Our Organization

Natera is bringing the next generation of accuracy and reliability to the field of non-invasive prenatal testing. Informed by advances from the human genome project and powered by sophisticated proprietary bioinformatics algorithms, Natera’s comprehensive portfolio of tests, proven science, and genetic counseling services deliver the most accurate and trusted results in the industry. All with one mission in mind: helping families conceive and deliver babies.

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