Technical Marketing Manager

Invivoscribe Technologies Inc.
Job Location
6330 Nancy Ridge Dr.
Suite 106
San Diego, CA 92121
Salary is commensurate with experience.
  • Competitive salary that is commensurate with experience.
  • IVS provides health, dental, and vision coverage, Life/AD&D, short-term and long-term disability, paid vacation, sick time and holidays and a 401(k) retirement plan with generous employer match, among other benefits.
Job Description
  • Act as a business driver for the Reagent portfolio's by identifying, developing and implementing key growth initiatives to support corporate goals for both direct and/or distribution sales channels.

  • Develop and implement broad based educational campaign to support expansion of both brand and product awareness in the marketplace.

  • Take a lead role in the development of marketing strategies and tactics to support business objectives.

  • Assist in developing a strategic roadmap for new technologies for possible integration into the testing portfolio.

  • Provide technical guidance to the R&D team for product development, based on market expectations and needs.

  • Be a key member of the commercial team involved in the reagents.

  • Work in a cross-functional team, responsible for the lifecycle maintenance of the commercial strategy and new product introductions which include additional testing services.

  • Conduct educational campaigns in US and other key worldwide markets. 

  • Contribute to geographic expansion initiatives beyond the US market.

  • Request and incorporate Market and Competitive Research for product development pipeline.

  • Assist in the development of various business plans, identify areas of concern and modify marketing programs to address changes in the marketplace.

  • Translate marketing plan into tactical action deliverables, while supporting and exploring new ways of customer interaction.

  • Generate branding activities /service offerings supported by all relevant communication, marketing and sales efforts.

  • Cooperates and respectfully communicates with external and internal customers.

  • Other duties, as assigned.

  • Proven track record of demonstrating abilities in a broad range of areas including, but not limited to marketing; strategic planning; market research, business development; financial analysis; and sales.
  • Excellent verbal and written communications, analytical, organizational and interpersonal skills required. Ability to write and speak in other languages is a plus.
  • Ability to work in a small, fast growing organization.
  • Willingness to take on new challenges to “roll up the sleeves” and go for an opportunity even when outside of defined role or area of expertise.

Strong leadership capabilities, particularly influencing and motivating teams across divisions, cultures and time zones.

Education and Experience

2-3 years in relevant areas with some experience in the Molecular or Oncology field. Post Doctoral Research Fellow or Associate with some commercial exposure is an advantage.


How to Apply

- Submit your resume and cover letter to
- Be sure to reference Job Code: YHRC in the subject line of either your email or cover letter to be considered for this position.
- No phone calls or walk-ins inquiring about this position.

About Our Organization

Invivoscribe Technologies, Inc., is a privately-held corporation dedicated to improving the quality of healthcare worldwide by providing high quality, reliable, cutting-edge tools for molecular research, molecular diagnostics, and personalized molecular medicine.

Invivoscribe provides a comprehensive selection of PCR-based gene rearrangement, chromosome translocation, and gene mutation Research Use Only testing reagents and controls. We also provide CE-marked in vitro diagnostic products to customers outside North America, and our subsidiary. Customers include many of the world's leading pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, medical centers, cancer research centers, reference laboratories and molecular testing centers.

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