Canon BioMedical, Inc. is a subsidiary of Canon U.S.A., Inc.
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Canon BioMedical, Inc. is dedicated to extending innovative Canon core technologies into the burgeoning life sciences field — and to the introduction and marketing of vital, new-platform products in the critical area of molecular diagnostics.
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Canon BioMedical, Inc. is currently seeking a Strategic Account Specialist to enhance customer satisfaction, build customer relationships, and sell the company’s molecular diagnostic products in the assigned territory to meet or exceed sales targets.
Sales revenue I Budgets: Meet or exceed sales targets for all products and assigned business objectives. Develop tactical plans to maximize revenues.
Strategy: Implement corporate strategy in assigned account base. Negotiate contract and execute pricing strategy to maintain existing business and develop new business.
Planning I Forecasting: Develop and execute an effective business plan for the assigned territory. Create and deliver accurate forecast. Perform daily pre-call planning for increased sales effectiveness. Seek feedback to measure market dynamics.
Business/Markets: Recognize market trends and gain competitive intelligence within territory. Communicate market information through business teams, CRM market feedback, and/or other approved channels. Drive and initiate development of new business opportunities in defined area.
Manage Resources: Involve and support team members to achieve mutual company goals and objectives. Use CRM database daily for input and output of customer information to increase sales effectiveness. Meet expense budget guidelines.
Customer Focus: Enhance customer satisfaction and increase our competitive advantage while building trust and relationships with customers. Develop strong relationships with key customers.
Decision Making: Make sound business decisions based on relevant information, take calculated risks as necessary to achieve business objectives.
Bachelor’s degree in a Life Sciences field required.
Strong organizational skills including the ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously with the flexibility to adapt to shifting timelines and priorities.
Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills.
Independent and self-motivated with a positive attitude.
5+ years proven sales experience in Life Sciences industry.
Ability to travel up to 70%
This position requires driving for company business as an essential function of the job. This position is subject to updated background checks which includes a motor vehicle report. Employee must possess a valid driver’s license, have proof of insurance and can have no more than (2) minor moving traffic violations within a thirty-six (36) month period. If requested, employee must complete a Safe Driving/Defensive Driving Class. Canon U.S.A., Inc. will utilize the information in the background checks to determine an employee’s continued eligibility to drive for company business. Employees with motor vehicle records that violate the Canon Motor Vehicle Policy may be deemed ineligible to drive on company business and/or be subject to disciplinary action, up to and including employment termination.