Product Specialist - Inherited Genetic Diseases

Job Location
Little Rock, AR
Job Description

We are seeking a full-time Genetic Counselor or Sales representative for the position of Product Specialist. This position is immediately available. Responsibilities of the Product Specialist will include:
• Manage a sales territory
• Manage and grow business in existing accounts
• Expand test menu utilization in existing accounts
• Develop new accounts
• Introduce new testing products
• Make joint and independent sales calls to customers to promote 
appropriate utilization of testing
• Implement and communicate Marketing programs in manners 
consistent with achievement of sales goals
• Provide feedback to Management and Marketing on 
market/competitive trends
• Develop and deliver effective sales presentations
• Manage customer data in the company database
• Willingness to travel approximately 40% due to territory, trade shows and meetings


• Master’s degree in Genetic Counseling or Bachelor’s degree with minimum 2 years Sales experience in the medical/diagnostics area
• Open to change and diversity
• Demonstrates excellent written, verbal, and presentation skills
• Ability to work remotely and independently with general 
• Must be a team player
• Displays professionalism, enthusiasm, and a positive attitude 
when interacting with internal and external customers
• Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook

How to Apply

Please contact:

Kiki Scheiblauer
Principal and Executive Recruiter
CSearchGroup, LLC
4915 Carpinteria Avenue, Suite C
Carpinteria, CA 93013
805-698-3904 cell
805-576-7633 office
[email protected]

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