Interested in making a difference? Be part of ensuring pharmaceutical quality, safety and efficacy, join the Waters global pharmaceutical marketing team. As a technical marketing manager you will be responsible for executing Waters global small molecule pharmaceutical strategy while working closely with worldwide field operations and cross-functional teams.
- Conceptualize and develop strategies and technical marketing materials and programs to position and promote Waters' solutions into the small molecule drug development and quality control segments
- Develop and implement business plans to support short and intermediate term growth needs (1-3 years) to maximize business impact by leveraging existing product portfolio and positioning Waters' right-to-win for defined workflows
- Assess customer needs and define portfolio gaps
- Work collaboratively across the Waters organization, with Field Marketing, Scientific Operations, Strategic Marketing, Product Management and R&D on current solutions and defining new solutions
- Demonstrate a solid understanding of the competitive landscape, be able identify threats and opportunities in real time, and create action plans accordingly
- Participate in, and where appropriate, organize meetings, seminars, tradeshows to promote the Waters brand and bring knowledge into the organization
- Bachelor’s Degree in science-related field
- 5+ years professional experience within the life sciences.
- Master’s Degree or Ph.D. in related field preferred. MBA is desirable
- Commercial/marketing experience or experience in a customer facing role in Life Sciences Industry; prior sales experience desirable
- Knowledge of, or experienced within, the pharmaceutical development and/or QC markets is highly desirable
- Knowledge of Method development and transfer or Method Lifecycle Management or Quality by Design within pharmaceuticals preferred
- Knowledgeable in Liquid Chromatography, Mass Spectrometry and Informatics solutions or high end analytical instrumentation; hands-on experiencepreferred
- Experience in scientific instrument business or in pharmaceutical industry, including demonstrating successful leadership
- Experience working in a global organization and across cultures
- Evidence of good communication skills, the ability to distill and summarize complex information, and building good relationships with internal and external stakeholders.