Sales & Business Development Manager

Sophia Genetics
Job Location
Job Description

Location: Several positions available in Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand and Australia. Travel to the company headquarters in Switzerland and extensive travel across Asia Pacific will be required.

As part of the Full Service team your role is to intensely travel within your territory to acquire new accounts as well as managing existing ones. You will be supported by a well-resourced team and will leverage on our network within the clinical diagnostic testing field. The ability to develop long-term relationships with clients and communicate your enthusiasm for the potential of use of our solution transition to data-driven medicine is essential. You will work as one of the first to advocate in your territory for Sophia Genetics.

Starting: as soon as possible.

  • A master degree in Biology within a well-regarded institution.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • A good command of English.
  • Ideally, previous experience as working as part of a team to develop the company’s customer base and provide a first-class experience to clients, preferably in the clinical diagnostics, biotechnology or medical technology market. However, we prize intellectual ability over experience.
How to Apply

If you think you fit this position, please send a CV and cover letter at with the indication “Full Service” in the title.

About Our Organization

Sophia Genetics is one of the fastest growing Start-up companies in Europe, and the Global Leader in Data Driven Medicine and Clinical Genomics. Sophia Genetics works with health professionals to improve the analysis and understanding of genomic disorders. Founded in 2011, we already work with over 160 hospitals in 25 countries and participate to better diagnose thousands of patients weekly.

Sophia Genetics provides Sophia DDM® – the most advanced analytical platform for clinical genomics. We are at the cutting edge of this highly technical field. We bring together world-leading experts in genomics, machine learning, bioinformatics, and medicine. We are currently expanding the significant expertise that exists in Sophia Genetics, and we want to grow our team fast in order to meet demands.

We are looking for people who have a passion for biomedical technologies and an interest in contributing to improved patient care: Individuals with integrity who instil confidence and can build trust with customers. We need self-starters who instinctively push themselves, and Sophia Genetics, to new levels of performance. We prize intellectual ability over experience, with an aptitude to learn and challenge the status quo.

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