Product Manager, NGS

Organization
K2 Executive Search
Job Location
MA
Benefits

Comprehensive to include relocation.

Job Description

PRODUCT MANAGER NGS

 

The Sequencing Product Manager is responsible for the product planning, market development and product marketing of the Sequencing Product Line.

This includes managing the portfolio throughout the lifecycle, gathering and prioritizing product and customer requirements, defining the product vision, and working closely with R&D to deliver differentiated products to the marketplace. The Sequencing Product Manager's job includes engaging Key Opinion Leaders and globally driving the adoption of NGS Enrichment and sales revenue.

He/she will use their business knowledge and experience to deliver initiatives with impact that increases placements and grows consumables utilization. The job scope also includes working with sales, marketing communications and field support to ensure that revenue and customer satisfaction goals are met. 

Required Experience, Knowledge and Skills:

• BA or MS degree: PhD in life sciences is a plus
• Minimum of 5 years’ experience in product management or related experience in the Life Science market
• Knowledge and experience in the NGS market segment; experience in oncology is a plus

 Compensation, Benefits, Contact

DOE with a comprehensive package including relocation.

David Ruyle davidr@k2search.com 202-465-4792

 

Requirements

• BA or MS degree: PhD in life sciences is a plus
• Minimum of 5 years’ experience in product management or related experience in the Life Science market
• Knowledge and experience in the NGS market segment; experience in oncology is a plus

 

How to Apply

David Ruyle davidr@k2search.com

202-465-4792

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