Senior Global Product Manager / 3292 | GenomeWeb

Senior Global Product Manager / 3292

Organization
QIAGEN
Job Location
Boston, MA
Job Description

- Establish and drive our global market presence for our NGS portfolio - Be close to the market and scout for business opportunities - Inspire the NGS product portfolio strategy and product roadmap - Network with key opinion leaders - Develop and drive implementation of successful global marketing campaigns - Guide and support our sales and market development teams and secure continuous business success in a competitive and fast changing environment

Requirements

- Scientific degree in Molecular Biology or related fields, minimum 2 years lab experience - Minimum of 5 years proven sales and marketing experience in a multinational business - Deep knowledge of NGS technologies, applications, and markets - Good understanding of the molecular diagnostic market and key segments Personal Requirements - An ambitious and autonomous performer with strong leadership and self-motivation skills who can build relationships and work in teams - Fluency in English, excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills - Willingness to travel internationally (~25%)

How to Apply

If interested, please apply online: http://careers.peopleclick.com/careerscp/client_qiagen/external/gateway.... or forward your resume to sheila.smaw@qiagen.com

About Our Organization

As the innovative market and technology leader, QIAGEN creates sample and assay technologies that enable access to content from any biological sample. Our mission is to enable our customers to achieve outstanding success and breakthroughs in life sciences, applied testing, pharma, and molecular diagnostics. We thereby make improvements in life possible. Our commitment to the markets, customers, and patients we serve drives our innovation and leadership in all areas where our sample and assay technologies are required. The exceptional talent, skill, and passion of our employees are key to QIAGEN’s excellence, success and value.

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