In 2001, our client participated in ground-breaking DNA research with the University of Tokyo and Japan’s largest comprehensive research institution. Leveraging that early success and through joint development activities with universities and businesses around the world, they achieved mass production of high-precision, high-performance micro channel chips.
Your role will be working at the interface of microfluidics and immuno-oncology, generating interest for these high precision microfluidic chips but also chip technology/lab-on-a-chip services for single cell work in the growing immuno-oncology market.
Your main focus will be on the immuno-oncology side of the business, identifying potential customers in this market within industry and academia. You will be generating awareness of what could be offered, promoting services and chips to potential customers via technical consultative discussion. Feeding back market insights to the laboratory so appropriate services can be developed for customers. The technical and laboratory staff will support you for very in depth technical discussions with customers. Members of the commercial team will close the sales.
This is a European role but the majority of the work is UK based with occasional travel to the US and Asia. It’s important that you can get to the Cambridge laboratory two to three days per week on average and travel to meet with potential customers for the remainder of the week.
This is a rare opportunity to join a small team with the feel of a start-up company within a highly profitable large global business. Because of this, you’ll get heavily involved in decision making within this unit.
If you have field based applications experience and are keen to move to something which could be more commercial or earlier stage call Caroline on 01279 657716 or email@example.com.
Job Ref: 904691