QuantiFERON Clinical Sales Specialist-Upstate NY/Bronx/CT

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QIAGEN is looking for an experienced sales rep based in the CT/Bronx area to promote QIAGEN products to the clinician market in the designated territory.  
- Sell and support QIAGEN products in the assigned territory (Current focus is QuantiFERON sales to clinicians)
- Develop new business plans and forecast to reach sales objectives for key accounts.
- Work within set expense budget to achieve results.
- Technical liaison with customer base to ensure satisfaction with product and company.
- Routinely interact and collaborate with QuantiFERON hospital/ lab counterparts.
- Support key national lab partner initiatives and engage in co-marketing activities.
- Prepare and deliver presentations to individuals and small groups.
- Provide QIAGEN management with concise, accurate and timely reports.
- Work effectively with co-marketing partners and independently to achieve territory and company goals.
- With notice and planning, must be able to travel overnight (approximately 4-6 times per year).


- Minimum of 3 years selling experience with a verifiable record of rankings, quota achievements and other success related expertise.
- Prior experience calling on physicians, including primary care, pediatricians, rheumatologists, infectious disease, dermatologists, and other specialists.
- Experiences working in sales to close deals and gain commitment to begin ordering diagnostic testing of patient samples.
- Demonstrated sales skills by conducting product presentations, effectively handling objections and closing the sale.
- Additional experience in laboratory/ capital sales desired- Ability to manage territory, leads and forecasts.
- Intermediate level knowledge of MS Word, Excel, Outlook, and www/internet.
- BS/BA Degree

-Self-motivated with the ability to work independently and demonstrate initiative.
- Excellent listening, written, and oral communication skills for all business levels.
- Effective presentation skills

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