(Senior) Global Product Manager (m/f) 3292-GE

Job Location
Hilden, Germany / Germantown, MA
Job Description

(Senior) Global Product Manager (m/f) Employment Type: Regular Full-Time Location: Hilden (near Duesseldorf) Germantown/Gaithersburg (MD) Duration: unlimited Functional Area: Molecular Diagnostics Marketing Position 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


Position 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%) If this challenge appeals to you, and you can offer drive, commitment, and enthusiasm, we look forward to hearing from you. Please apply online via our career pages (www.qiagen.com/ ABOUT QIAGEN / CAREERS / JOB OPPORTUNITIES) quoting the reference number 3292-GE in your application documents as well as your earliest starting date and salary expectations

About Our Organization

QIAGEN is one of the world’s most successful biotech companies and has achieved outstanding growth in its industry. As a worldwide leading provider of innovative DNA, RNA, and protein purification technologies and molecular testing solutions to the life science market and to diagnostic laboratories, we have consistently delivered impressive year-on-year revenue increases.

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