Sales Executive - Genetics Testing Laboratory | GenomeWeb

Sales Executive - Genetics Testing Laboratory

Organization
Mount Sinai Medical Center
Job Location
New York, NY
Salary
Competitive
Benefits

Excellent hospital benefits through Mount Sinai

Job Description

JOB DESCRIPTION:
The Sales Executive would be responsible for developing, maintaining and growing relationships with physician practices utilizing the Genetic Testing Laboratory.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- The Sales Executive will work directly with the Lab Directors and Account Managers in order to manage the outreach efforts to external customers and maintain and broaden existing customer accounts
- Would lead all sales efforts to new customers, including developing target account lists and marketing materials, managing logistics and scheduling of sales calls, negotiations and initial account set up
- Would co-ordinate with Lab Directors in the roll out and marketing of new tests to customers, including agreeing on communications strategy and developing roll out plan
- Responsible for managing and measuring client satisfaction on an annual basis
- Would work with billing department and client to facilitate issues related to insurance reimbursement and patient satisfaction
- Would be responsible for achieving specific metrics related to test volumes, revenue and new customer acquisition, to be agreed on with the Lab Director

Requirements

JOB REQUIREMENTS:
Should possess experience within the Commercial Laboratory industry, with a preference for Commercial Genetic testing. Familiarity with the New York Metro Ob/Gyn and Reproductive Health market would be preferred. Will be required to travel frequently within the New York Metro area.

How to Apply
About Our Organization

The Mount Sinai Genetic Testing Laboratory (MGTL) provides high quality genetic testing and interpretative services for routine and esoteric genetic tests with a rapid turnaround time in an academic setting. We are CLIA and New York State (NYS) approved and College of American Pathologists (CAP) accredited. Our laboratories include Biochemical Genetics, Cytogenetics and Cytogenomics, and Molecular Genetics.

We continually work with clinical geneticists within the Department of Genetics and Genomic Sciences and with Mount Sinai’s medical and research community to develop new tests and deliver state-of-the-art testing to patients. We offer a unique, team-based approach to genetic medicine. Our laboratory directors work closely with clinical geneticists and genetic counselors in order to provide the most thorough, comprehensive patient services. We are also an American Board of Medical Genetics (ABMG) training site for all three laboratory specialties: Clinical Cytogenetics, Clinical Biochemical Genetics, and Clinical Molecular Genetics. It is our goal to facilitate the education and training of highly knowledgeable genetics professionals.

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