Product Manager, dPCR

Organization
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Job Location
South San Francisco, CA 94080
Job Description

When you join us at Thermo Fisher Scientific, you’ll be part of a smart, driven team that shares your passion for exploration and discovery. With revenues of $17 billion and the largest investment in R&D in the industry, we give our people the resources and opportunities to make significant contributions to the world.

A driven Product Manager who will manage a portfolio of on-market digital PCR solutions and assist in developing a next-generation digital PCR roadmap.  S/He will serve as product champion and be responsible for product introduction, training, support, and life cycle management.
 
Responsibilities Include:
Defining a product line strategy based on customer needs and market research
Developing customer requirements, product requirements and product positioning for new product introductions
Planning, forecasting and managing worldwide pricing, product demand and business analysis, including revenue, margin, average unit pricing, and market share.
Identifying, establishing and managing strategic partnerships, including relationships with customers, suppliers and industry opinion leaders.
Provide ongoing product sales training and customer support.
 
Education:
Bachelor's Degree (B.S./B.A.) in a scientific discipline (molecular biology, genetics or biochemistry preferred), or MBA with work experience in the biotechnology industry.
 
Experience/Requirements:
 3+ years of related experience in product management and/or strategic marketing.
Product launch and promotional experience.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Work experience with IVD Systems and in regulated environments preferred.

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