Sales Representative

Organization
Biochain Institute, Inc.
Job Location
39600 Eureka Dr.
Newark, CA 94560
Salary
35k to 50k due to experience
Benefits

Medical, dental, vision insurance, 401k

Job Description

Sales Representative

Our biotech company currently has positions available on our Sales Team. This position is supporting a specified territory and requires you to have excellent phone etiquette, abilities to navigate through our programs for technical questions, and report your daily sales activities.  This role also requires a blend of market understanding, teamwork, business acumen, pipeline management, and great communication skills. In addition, this position will require collaboration with various management, sales team members, key accounts representative and our lab to achieve success. The ideal candidates will reside in the Bay Area, have experience working in a small company and have prior sales experience in the life science industry.

Responsibilities:

  • Daily communications with customer to identify new business opportunities in assigned territory

  • Drive revenue from existing customer base and conduct sales through onsite visit, telephone, e-mail, and online

  • Abilities to push current product lines and clearly utilize the technical knowledge to communicate to potential clients
  • Strong ability to learn, grasp and promote new launched life science products
  • Responsible for lead follow up, and quoting of our products and services

  • Track, monitor and forecast sales pipeline through by utilizing contact management software provided by the company
  • Work effectively in a team environment and participate in some marketing activities such as local or national trade shows, creating e-marketing campaigns, and other lead generation activities
  • Daily communications with clients, creating quotes, cold calling, presentations with clients, must be able to read and understand scientific literature, etc. 
Requirements

Requirements:

  • BS, BA or above degree in a Life Science discipline

  • Working knowledge of molecular biology, cell biology, and other related fields

  • Excellent interpersonal communication, relationship building skills, strong written and verbal communication skills

  • Solid computer skills (MS Word, Excel, Power point)

  • Self-motivated, creative, thorough, detail-oriented, and well organized

  • Possible travel, up to 20%

  • Previous life science sales experience is a plus

  • Telesales in any field desired

How to Apply

Email your resume to Dr. Zhongdong Liu at [email protected]

About Our Organization

Founded in 1994, BioChain is headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area.

BioChain is the world leader in high quality processed bio-sample products and analysis services used in advancing translational medicine, companion diagnostics, and clinical product research and development. BioChain’s products are available for DNA and RNA sequencing, PCR and RT-PCR, gene expression analysis, DNA and RNA purification, protein extraction and purification, and protein expression analysis. BioChain’s One-Stop Services for Next Generation Sequencing, from clinical sample collection, sample preparation, sequencing to bioinformatics analysis, will revolutionize the industry.

In addition to our world-class bio-specimen and sample preparation line of business, BioChain is moving into the clinical applications that offer clinical genomics diagnostics products and clinical trial services in cancer and reproductive health. BioChain is committed to achieving the Highest Quality products and services at highly competitive prices through our Continuous Process Improvement Initiatives. BioChain established a comprehensive quality assurance program to meet our customers’ satisfactions as well as maintaining both ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 13485 certifications for our in house production facilities.

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