In this role, you will be generating business for Neoteryx by working with customers in various scientific markets.
On a day-to-day basis, you will:
- Collaborate with business development director on strategies for prospect outreach
- Partner with marketing to produce content for use in outreach
- Drive and support a wide range of corporate initiatives with research, analysis, and project management
- Identify and pursue strategic partnership opportunities. Develop a pipeline of opportunities through networking and direct outreach.
- Build and maintain comprehensive lists of potential partners
- Support all aspects of partnership development, including opportunity creation, strategic analysis, due diligence, and negotiation
- Manage key partnerships with the goal of driving revenue
We are looking for people who have:
- PhD, MSc. or Bachelor’s Degree in science-related field
- 3+ years sales experience in healthcare and clinical laboratory testing
- Problem solving and multi-tasking skills
- Ability to handle rejection and overcome objections daily
- Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal in English required, German preferred
- Ample experience with and knowledge of Microsoft Office
- Experience with CRM software, Salesforce and/or HubSpot software preferred
Founded in 2014, Neoteryx is a medical device company shaping the future of healthcare. Our breakthrough blood collection technology – VAMS® – is used by pharmaceutical giants, organ transplant patients, researchers in economically disadvantaged regions, and others on the leading edge of science and medicine. When you join our fun, tight-knit team, you’ll discover what one drop of blood can do, and be part of microsampling innovations that will change the world.
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Reports to: Business Development Director
Status: 100% (40h/week)
Salary: Competitive, Depending on Experience
Employee of: Neoteryx B.V.
Location: Maastricht, Netherlands
Benefits: Offered for Regular Full Time Employees
Travel: 20%-40% of the time (post pandemic)