Sales Manager - US Western Region

Organization
IONpath
Job Location
remote field position
prefer west coast based, CA 94025
Job Description

About you:  

You’re passionate about selling disruptive products in the life sciences to leading scientists and institutions. You have an extensive network and long history of account relationships with thought leaders in the multiplexed imaging and immuno-oncology areas. You love working with scientists and getting into the nitty-gritty of technical specifications so you can be a reliable and informed partner to your customers throughout the sales process. You’re driven to growing the business and, most importantly, you know that the key to long term relationships is honesty, integrity and trust.         

What you will do:

  • Lead the sales process for MIBIScope instruments from hunting/prospecting through closing.
  • Understand the scientific and business needs of the customer to facilitate sales.
  • Work with the technical team to provide accurate and clear technical information about the MIBI solution to customers throughout the sales process. 
  • Develop and manage a business plan to meet or exceed goals for your territory and conduct accurate and timely sales forecasts.
  • Stay up to date on the market and competition and contribute to positioning of the technology.
  • Develop sales collateral to provide targeted messaging to customers.  
Requirements
  • 5+ years sales experience in the life sciences with capital equipment experience.
  • Strong knowledge of biological imaging/IHC solutions.
  • Experience working in fast-paced start-ups a plus.
  • Must be willing to travel up to 60%.

 

Education:

  • BA or BS in Biology or related field.
How to Apply

please send resumes to bill@talentsearchpartner.com

About Our Organization

Ionpath is a venture-backed, commercial stage company transforming the diagnosis and treatment of disease with Multiplexed Ion Beam Imaging (MIBI).  MIBI is a revolutionary imaging platform invented by a group of physician-scientists in the Stanford Department of Pathology looking to bring cancer diagnosis into the era of molecular medicine.  The MIBI technology permits up to 50 biomolecules to be imaged simultaneously with data fidelity that exceeds current single-plex approaches.  MIBI is currently being used at numerous major cancer centers and biopharma companies.  We are seeking candidates in multiple locations for a field-based Sales Manager who will drive sales of the MIBIScope instrument and related consumables to outstanding groups in academia and biopharma.

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