Sr. Product Marketing Manager - Geneomics

Organization
Surf Search
Job Location
San Jose, CA
Job Description

Sr. Product Marketing Manager

Global life sciences leader seeks a Sr. Product Marketing Manager to lead strategic marketing plans for the company's diagnostics platform.  This highly regarded company industry leader is rapidly expanding its genetic and molecular diagnostic line.  The Sr. Product Marketing Manager will: 

  • Manage marketing of R&D product portfolio
  • Analyze market opportunities, trends, and customer needs.
  • Monitor and assess competitors to define company strategy
  • Work with the regional marketing teams and marketing communication to ensure successful commercialization of new products,
  • Plan lead generation campaigns and marketing materials
  • Work collaboratively with product development, R&D, support and product management to lead new product launches and product line extensions

 

Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree and master's degree in life sciences, engineering or other applicable technical discipline;  MBA preferred
  • 5+ years experience in medical diagnostics product marketing.  This could include a combination of sales and marketing experience.  Candidates with only sales experience would not be a good fit.
  • 2+ years of commercialization experience in genetic or molecular diagnostics.
  • Strong communications skills;  oral, written, electronic and presentation
  • A track record of accomplishment in driving medical diagnostic marketing and commercialization projects in a leadership role
  • Strong analytical skills with a body of work that includes marketing of complex scientific analytical systems
  • Strong project management skills as well as managing and driving marketing budgets
How to Apply

Send resume to:  jhudson@surfsearch.org

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