Application Specialist - Transplantation - South

Recruiter
CHASE Search & Selection Limited
Location
Northamptonshire
Posted
25 Sep 2017
Closes
03 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
APPLICATION SPECIALIST - TRANSPLANTATION - SOUTH Our client is a global in vitro diagnostics company specialising in the area of pre-transfusion diagnostics. They develop, manufacture and sell products used by hospital blood banks, clinical laboratories, and blood donor centers to detect and identify certain properties of human blood prior to patient transfusion. They are currently looking for an Application Specialist primarily to support the Transplantation business in the UK. The position involves providing high quality and effective pre- and post-sales service to customers with the objective of achieving rapid response and fix times, demonstrating and training customers on their equipment and identifying areas where they can increase revenue. The incumbent will work closely with Field Service, Sales and Marketing to ensure customers receive prompt, accurate and professional support to further their business needs. Key responsibilities will include promotion, demonstration and Technical Support for new and existing customers of systems and products as well as performing demos and presentations of their full range of solutions, product portfolio. The ideal candidate will have knowledge of transplantation diagnostics and HLA-related field and will have a Bachelor's degree in Biology, Biomedical Science, Chemical Sciences, Biomedical Engineering or related science field and an MSc in a relevant scientific field. It would be an advantage to also have experience providing training, service and support to external customers with regard to assay training, instrument operation, instrument calibration and troubleshooting. This role will offer an Excellent Salary, Bonus plus full benefits package For further information please apply online or contact CHASE on [Phone number removed]
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