Product Manager-Assays & Infectious Disease (Product Manager II)

Responsibilities The Clinical Immunology Product Manager will be responsible for global product management of BioPlex 2200 System Infectious Disease assays. The BioPlex 2200 System is a fully automated random access analyzer with an extensive autoimmune and infectious diseases testing menu. The successful candidate will be responsible for product-life-cycle management and support of international sales & marketing teams, including working with key opinion leaders to conduct studies. In addition, the product manager will lead marketing efforts in collaboration with R&D, commercial and manufacturing teams to define, develop, and launch infectious diseases assays. As a member of the Clinical Immunology Division marketing team, the product manager will be involved in strategic planning for the expansion of the BioPlex 2200 System menu. The position will require up to 25% travel, both domestic and international. The position will report to the BioPlex2200 Infectious Disease Marketing Manager based in Benicia, CA. Qualifications BS or equivalent in a life science discipline required. MBA or MS/PhD a plus. 3+ years of marketing in the in vitro diagnostics or life science industry. Experience in developing and implementing marketing strategies preferred. Experience in the infectious disease market preferred. Self-motivated with demonstrable skills in tactical and strategic planning and the ability to work effectively with cross functional teams. Ability to analyze and dissect competitive information, market research and customer data. Experience in sales is a plus.  Excellent verbal and written communication skills are essential. Requisition ID 2018-8102
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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