Sr Product Marketing Manager, Reproductive Health

Thermo Fisher Scientific
Job Location
Santa Clara, CA
Job Description

Affymetrix, now a part of Thermo Fisher Scientific
Position Summary:
We are seeking an experienced and customer focused Product Marketing Manager with exceptional product management skills to join the Reproductive Health team at our Santa Clara (CA) location. The ideal candidate will refine new product definition, develop business case related to new product and business initiatives, develop product development plan, and create new product positioning and launch.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Interacts with customers and internal stakeholders to identify product opportunities
  • Develops relationships with industry leaders
  • Develops and implements training programs
  • Analyzes market developments, trends and opportunities
  • Develop business case related to new product and business development initiatives
  • Cross-functionally develop customer requirement and claims and facilitate product creation
  • Ensure adequate data to support product claims and requirements
  • Monitors product quality and availability
  • Creates the vision and strategy for a given product line and then manage the product life cycle
  • Participates in process and operation improvement opportunities
  • Responds to internal and external  inquiries
  • Complies with company quality management systems, policies and procedures
  • Provides mentorship, if applicable
  • Additional duties/responsibilities according to business needs

Professional Characteristics:

  • Courageous, outgoing, analytical, disciplined, agile, team oriented
  • Ability to effectively lead and manage a team through influence in a matrix organizational structure
  • Results and proactive solution driven, the ability to think critically to overcome potential business hurdles to complete tasks
  • Proactively cooperate with other departments
  • Ability to effectively present to all levels of an organization internally and externally

Required Qualifications
Education: Minimum of a BS/BA is required
8+ years’ experience including responsibility in related marketing/product management
Competencies:  (skills, knowledge, abilities)

  • Interpersonal skills
  • Results oriented
  • Program Project Management
  • Understand complex scientific information

Licenses/Certificates: None
Travel Requirements: Up to 40%
Working Conditions:  Office Environment
Education:  MBA or equivalent is a Plus
Experience in reproductive health, genomics or clinical markets, either customer facing or marketing related activities.
Competencies:  (skills, knowledge, abilities)

  • Change Leader

Licenses/Certificates: None
Travel Requirements: Up to 30%
Working Conditions:  Office Environment
Level of Autonomy and Complexity:

  • Regularly contributes to the conception of new principles, theories, and concepts, to resolve complex issues
  • Employs judgment in choosing creative techniques to resolve complex issues requiring extensive analysis and evaluation of factors
  • Error in judgment or failure to achieve objectives will hinder accomplishment of business goals, and will have prolonged impact.
  • Determines own methods for new projects; acts as team leader; employs scope to determine goals for assignments
About Our Organization

As the world leader in serving science, we empower our people to advance innovative technologies, develop meaningful solutions, and build rewarding careers. With revenues of $17 billion and the largest investment in R&D in the industry, we give our 50,000 extraordinary minds the resources and opportunities to make significant contributions to the world. Explore the professional possibilities at Thermo Fisher Scientific, and join us.

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