Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Reproductive Health

Organization
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Job Location
Santa Clara, CA
Job Description

Job Description

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Interacts with customers and internal stakeholders to identify product opportunities
  • Responsible of revenue growth for the segment, in conjunction with GMD (Global Market Development) Team as well as Sales Teams.
  • Develops relationships with industry leaders
  • Develops and implements training programs
  • Analyzes market developments, competitors, 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 minimum of 2-4 years’ experience in Genomics Product Marketing or Reproductive Health Customer facing roles (non-negotiable)

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

Preferred

Education: Bachelor’s or Higher, MBA 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 40%

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

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