We are seeking a field-based Genomic/Medical Science Liaison to support the commercial objectives of Genomenon. We are seeking an adaptable, self-starter who drives opportunities through peer-to-peer scientific conversations with KOLs and pharmaceutical partners. This full-time position will report to the Director of Customer Success and is field based within North American time zones.
This position will be a key contributor to the sales team for Genomenon to achieve our revenue growth goals. This position requires a sales-savvy, highly motivated person with experience in NGS and bioinformatics solution sales to help drive the company’s sales efforts.
Job Overview: This position will be a key contributor to the sales team for Genomenon to achieve our revenue growth goals. This position requires a sales-savvy, highly energetic person with experience in NGS and bioinformatics solution sales to help drive the company’s sales efforts. Initially, this role will be an individual contributor position reporting directly to the VP of Sales and Business Development. Over time, the position has the potential to grow into a full-time sales management role as our sales team expands. The Key focus of this role is to sell into clinical genetics testing labs at both Hospitals and commercial organizations. What We’re Looking For: An “A player” Sales person who is adept in all aspects of B2B sales with experience building a sales pipeline to successful close of business to achieve the company’s revenue goals. Prior sales management experience is an asset as we grow our business. You will have an opportunity to play a key role for the company to achieve its goals and will have access to the rest of the leadership team to help us build an industry leading company.
Genomenon delivers genome interpretation software used for clinical diagnostics in cancer and genetic diseases. Mastermind is our comprehensive knowledge-base built on mining millions of medical publications that automatically finds correlations between genes, variants and diseases tied to the primary scientific literature required for clinical diagnosis.