About Alamar Biosciences:

At Alamar, we are passionate about enabling our customers to make scientific discoveries that translate into clinical outcomes that benefit patients. Our team is growing quickly as we develop innovative approaches to measure important protein biomarkers from liquid samples that can enable the earliest possible detection of disease. We believe the next frontier in biology is enabled by measuring proteins at higher sensitivity in highly multiplexed assays at the push of a button which is something only Alamar can enable. As we build our team, we are looking for collaborative, driven, intellectually curious people who are committed to solving complex challenges. Our culture rewards accountability and cross functional teamwork because we believe that this enables the kind of breakthrough thinking that will accelerate our mission.

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We are looking for a collaborative, self-driven sales leader to join our team. Under the leadership of the EMEA Director of Sales you will be responsible for developing, driving and executing the commercial strategy within the DACH territory and supporting our global expansion. In this sales role you will develop deep customer relationships within academic, Biotech, Pharma and Government accounts, establish the Alamar technology as the market leader, support the build out of Alamar’s commercial organization and meet or exceed the commercial targets set for the company. This role will be field and home-office based.

Primary responsibilities include:

  • Develop a territory and account-based sales plan for the territory
  • Execute the plan for the territory to meet or exceed company goals
  • Deliver presentations on the Alamar technology to customers in seminars and smaller meetings.
  • Consult customers on the value of Alamar technology for precision proteomics to ensure the delivery of an exceptional customer experience.
  • Partner across the company to communicate the needs of customers to drive future product developments and market expansion
  • Manage and drive the sales process within a complex sales environment
  • Utilize, update and manage the CRM system
  • Effectively manage and deliver an accurate forecast for the sales territory
  • Drive prospecting and develop new leads in the region to expand the customer base and open up new markets
  • Support the expansion of the commercial organization as needed to meet the company goals

Requirements include:

  • Bachelors degree in the Life Sciences or related field, MBA or similar degree desired
  • 8+ years or equivalent of proven life science capital sales experience and success
  • Deep knowledge of biomarker discovery and life science markets
  • Highly adaptable and independent processional
  • Strong desire to build customer relationships for long term engagement

The base salary range for this full-time position is 90,000 - 120,000 + commission + bonus + equity + benefits. Our salary ranges are determined by work location, job-related skills, experience, and relevant education or training. The ranges displayed on each job posting reflect the minimum and maximum target for new hire salaries but are subject to change if the leveling of the role is adjusted. Your recruiter can share more about the specific salary range during the hiring process. 

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