Science Technical Sales Specialist - Peptides and Antibodies Jobs

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Covering the following locations: Durham, Darlington, Sunderland, Cleveland, York

A great opportunity for a PhD educated scientist with a background in Biochemistry, Immunology, Molecular Biology or a related Biological science-based subject to move into a technical and consultative scientific sales position! 
The company have excellent market share in the UK so a majority of the role with focus on strengthening relationships with existing customers but will also involve identifying and developing new business opportunities via technical discussions with senior scientists and decision makers.

PRODUCTS: custom peptide synthesis services and antibodies 
CUSTOMERS: academic, research and biotechnology laboratories 
The recruit will be based in a North East England office and travel nationally around 2 days per week to visit customers.

In this role the successful recruit will be responsible for delivering the revenue budget via existing and new business opportunities and strategically developing the business across the UK via face to face meetings and attendance at industry conferences, exhibitions and networking events.

ROLE:
- Ensure revenue budget is met or exceeded in the geographical region.
- Maintain excellent communication and service with customers to ensure satisfaction.
- Ensure excellent market knowledge, maintain awareness of market trends, competitor activity and customer needs and feedback to your Manager and the wider team.
- Plan to visit customers up to three days a week and spend the rest of your time booking appointments, following up on administration, customer enquiries and reports.
- Ensure excellent feedback to customers in regards to delivery expectations and timeframes by liaising with the internal production team. 
- Develop business in existing accounts via key account management strategies and building relationships with multiple contacts. 
- Identify and develop new business opportunities across the UK, implementing supply agreements and running workshops.
- Attendance at industry exhibitions, networking events and conferences to promote the company and expand brand awareness. 
- Some international travel may be required for company sales training and conferences.

PERSON SPECIFICATION:
-The ideal candidate will hold a PhD (preferably Chemistry, Biochemistry or Molecular Biology) or 4+ years technical laboratory experience 
- Excellent communication and listening skills, able to have technical discussions with senior scientists and key decision markers. 
-Knowledge and experience of peptides, proteins, antibodies and assay development would be an advantage.
-Team focused, working as part of a wider team and sharing relevant commercial information. 
- Commercially-minded with excellent communication skills

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Contact Amy or Libby
North East England
Job Ref: 64268

Amy Pearce

Scientific Recruiter

amyp@zenopa.com +44 1494 818 052

Libby Messitt

Specialist Recruiter

lib@zenopa.com +44 1494 818 018

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