Regional Manager - Latin America

Job Location
field position
prefer East coast, FL 00000
Job Description

Invitae is looking for a qualified individual to manage and organically develop the international markets (Latin America).   The primary responsibility for the Regional Manager is to develop of Invitae’s international business through direct sales efforts and/or through business partnerships in the region. Primary sales targets are geneticists and genetic counselors.   Secondary sales targets include surgical oncologists, cardiologists, neurologists and pediatricians located in private institution, public hospital or academia. If warranted, engage laboratory partnership and/or distributors where needed in each territory.  Support any education event or programs required for the region, which may include but not limited to training webinars, distributor sales training or conferences.  Encourage collaboration with KOLs to strengthen Invitae relationships and influence the medical community.  Identify potential clinical partnerships that can assist in strengthening Invitae’s market position globally. 


  • Identify and prioritize target regional markets for effective market traction;
  • Develop and execute the go-to-market strategy;
  • Develop key strategic partnerships that enable the sales/marketing
  • Organically grow sales
  • Identify and develop KOLs who will drive adoption and reimbursement;
  • Develop forecasts for short, medium and long-term business and manage to sales goals.
  • Provide market intelligence including competitive landscape and market conditions that may influence the community
  • Achievement of territory sales objectives; revenue and expenses
  • Maintain high level of product and market knowledge
  • Assist in programs designed to promote or facilitate product sales and the Invitae culture/image
  • Participate in cross functional teams that support all customer facing roles within the assigned geographic region
  • Full compliance with Invitae’s CRM solution for the defined geographic region


  • Leadership: The successful candidate must be a high energy, charismatic leader who is first a talented, strategically oriented, highly ethical business executive with strong executive presence and presentation skills. He/she will have the skills and ability to quickly gain credibility and respect with both the internal and external constituents. He/she will participate by example to ensure a good and compliant working environment, while at the same time maintaining accountability for delivering upon commitments.
  • Driving Results: The successful candidate will have an accomplished track record in growing complex organizations. History of success maintaining key relationships, demonstrated ability to drive strategic sales/marketing solutions, demonstrated ability to execute sales strategy focusing on net sales growth while leveraging existing customer relationships into increasing market share and developing and executing plans to deliver new channels of distribution.
  • Building and Managing Relationships: The successful candidate will have comfort and experience interacting with key strategic accounts, thought leaders and Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs) instrumental and other influential healthcare executives in the commercial and research/development continuum that defines the operating complexity of the biotechnology / Personalized Medicine / MDx industry.


  • Bachelors degree required.  Life Sciences preferred.
  • Minimum 3-5 years technical sales experience selling genetic technology or diagnostics
  • 3+ years selling in International market
  • Preferred background in oncology, neurology, and/or cardiology.
  • Results oriented, self-starter with superior interpersonal communication and presentation skills, excellent sales skills including listening, negotiating, and closing.
  • Secondary language skills preferred
  • Ability to travel extensively to US/International
  • Works effectively with cross-functional International teams
  • Understands the dynamics of a start-up environment.
  • Languages:  English, Spanish and Portuguese


  • Able to prioritize and align organizational goals and objectives; enables innovation
  • Through quick decision making and encourages a sense of urgency; ensures rigor in operational excellence and focuses on outcomes with clear measures and metrics
  • Interpersonal flexibility to effectively interact with a broad range of personnel
  • Ability to develop and utilize cross-functional relationships to facilitate the accomplishment of work goals and objectives
  • Advanced presentation skills and business acumen a necessity
  • Ability to work effectively with minimal direction
  • Problem solving, decision making and technical learning
  • Advanced written and oral communication skills
  • Strong administrative skills
  • Sophistication to manage business in complex environments
  • Demonstrates Invitae's Values by acting with integrity, respect and trust
  • Knowledge
  • (Proficiency in a body of information that can be applied directly to accomplish a task, e.g. knowledge of molecular diagnostics, genomics, personalized medicine, knowledge of particular oncology drugs)
  • Comprehensive understanding and experience with various industry trends and market segments and industry trends. 
  • Clear knowledge of regional market trends
  • Knowledge and application of strategic planning, and development sales strategy and tactical implementation within your specified territory
  • Expertise in health care with emphasis on molecular diagnostics, genomics, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, and oncology

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