Territory Manager I (Sales) - IL, MN, WI

Organization
Clontech Laboratories, Inc.
Job Location
Mountain View, CA 94043
Job Description

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Responsible for maintaining existing accounts and initiating new reagent business into the      research market
  • Perform sales calls throughout the territory and servicing current customer base and uncovering new business opportunities
  • Promotion of new and existing products
  • Discover new opportunities and securing incremental business
  • Maintain database of all sales calls and opportunities created     
  • Provide timely communication and follow-up to customers ensuring their satisfaction
  • Explore, identify and communicate potential opportunities with the Regional      Business Managers and Product Managers
  • Provide pertinent market and competitive information to the organization
  • Attend trade and vendor shows and meetings as needed
Requirements

Qualifications 

  • Knowledge of cell biology and/or molecular biology required
  • A minimum of 3 years sales experience in the industry is a plus
  • Must possess effective communication skills, specifically verbal adeptness
  • Excellent interpersonal, presentation and organizational skills are critical
  • The ability to listen and interact professionally as a sales team member is required
  • Position requires approximately 50% travel

 

Education

  • B.S., M.S., Ph.D. in Cell Biology, Molecular Biology or related Life Science is required
How to Apply
About Our Organization

Clontech Laboratories provides kits, reagents, and services that help researchers explore questions about gene discovery, regulation, and function. As a member of the Takara Bio Group, Clontech is part of a company that holds a leadership position in the global market and is committed to improving the human condition through biotechnology. Clontech's mission is to develop high-quality innovative tools and services to accelerate discovery.

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