Sales Application Specialist (PNW) (3670)

Organization
QIAGEN
Job Location
Job Description

 

The SAS will serve as a technical product and laboratory workflow expert. The SAS will assist the Sales Specialist - Instrument team in exceeding sales targets of instruments and associated consumables through 1) actively addressing all application inquiries from prospects and customers and 2) conducting commercial activities such as demonstrations, workflow studies and road shows.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Requirements

 

 

 

 

Education level – minimum of Bachelor of Science or equivalent (PhD/Masters preferred).

 

3+ years of proven practical, in-depth experience of various molecular techniques and applications, such as nucleic acid purification, (real-time) PCR, (pyro)sequencing, capillary gel electrophroesis, genotyping, and gene-expression technologies in a laboratory setting.

Hands-on experience with QIAGEN instrumentation (specifically PyroSequencing, real-time PCR and purification technologies) strongly preferred.

3+ years of successful industry experience (e.g. Technical support, R&D, or Application Specialist role) .

Conduct technical software and hardware demonstrations at customer sites, tradeshows and scientific meetings.

Proven ability to support sales discussions with Lab Technologists, Managers, Directors, Senior Management and Finance.

Self-motivated with the ability to work independently and demonstrate initiative.

Proactively communicate market information, trends and new product ideas through relevant channels.

Utilize the CRM database to input and provide information that will increase effectiveness in front of the customer and aid sales.

Ability to work in teams, across sales channels and autonomously.

Excellent listening, written and oral communication skills for all business levels.

Willingness and ability to take on additional responsibilities and undertake challenging tasks and/or global projects.

Contribute to accurate forecasting by supplying relevant opportunity information to Sales Specialists and Sales Management.

Ability to lift ~50lbs.

50-80%+ of time spent in the field, willingness to travel and valid driving license required.
Proven work experience in developing (internal and external) customer relationships

Personal Requirements:

 

Good written and verbal English language communication skills

Good interpersonal skills

 

How to Apply

If interested, please apply online: www.qiagen.com/careersor forward your resume to [email protected]

As the innovative market and technology leader, QIAGEN creates sample and assay technologies that enable access to content from any biological sample.

Our mission is to enable our customers to achieve outstanding success and breakthroughs in life sciences, applied testing, pharma, and molecular diagnostics. We thereby make improvements in life possible.

Our commitment to the markets, customers, and patients we serve drives our innovation and leadership in all areas where our sample and assay technologies are required.

The exceptional talent, skill, and passion of our employees are key to QIAGEN’s excellence, success and value.

About Our Organization

QIAGEN, Inc. is a Biotechnology leader in the manufacturing of innovative, customer-driven products. Our rapid growth means that we are continuously seeking highly motivated and talented individuals to expand our operations. If you are interested in belonging to a dynamic and enthusiastic high-performing Team, developing your potential and using your skills to contribute to its success, QIAGEN, Inc. is where you should be! We recruit employees for the long term and reward them for their commitment.

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