Sales Representative

Organization
Personalized Genetics LLC
Job Location
607 College Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15232
Salary
This is a base salary plus commission position that has great managed care coverage allowing good represetatives to make over 100k.
Job Description

Personalized Genetics is rapidly growing laboratory leading the drive towards Personalized Medicine. We are seeking sales representatives who possess the desire to be on the leading edge of the Personalized Medicine reveloution driven by the discoveries resulting in the reading of the Human Genome. Successful caandidates will also possess a background in either pharmaceutical sales, medical device sales, or pathology laboratory sales and must enjoy changing paradigms in patient care across multiple specialities.

Requirements

Ideal candidates will possess the desire to be on the leading edge of the Personalized Medicine reveloution driven by the discoveries resulting in the reading of the Human Genome. Successful caandidates will also possess a background in either pharmaceutical sales, medical device sales, or pathology laboratory sales and must enjoy changing paradigms in patient care across multiple specialities.

Primary responsibilities of the position:

* Drive the adoption of Personalized Genetics services by acquiring new accounts and increasing adoption in existing accounts.

* Educate physicians and their staffs regarding Personalized Medicine, Pharmacogentics and the benefits of providing Personalized Genetics services to their patients.

* Create and maintain a business plan containing business drivers that will build a strong sales territory with high adoption.

Relationships with Internal Medicine, Pain Medicine, Cardiology, Psychiatric Medicine, Oncology, OBGYN,and Family Medicine PREFERRED.

About Our Organization

Personalized Genetics is a state of the art, clinical laboratory focused on genetic testing and headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA. We are a CLIA certified laboratory with the authority to operate in all 49 states. 

Utilizing our proprietary Healthcare Technology Platform we've been able to provide precise and transparent reports to healthcare providers.

Please visit our website www.pgllabs.com for more information.

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