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The Nanotechnology Consultant is the key customer-facing member of the company's sales team for Electron Microscopy Sample Preparation solutions. This position creates and manages customer relationships, growing the sales opportunity funnel and ultimately achieving the orders and sales targets set forth for the territory. The target customers are in Core Industry (ex. Automotive, Microelectronics, Medical Device and Materials Science) and Life Science Research (ex. Core Imaging Facilities and individual Principal Investigator labs).
His/her primary function is to execute domestic sales plans and to recommend strategies to improve the sale of Nanotechnology Imaging solutions in the territory, aid in the implementation of these strategies in line with Marketing, Corporate growth, profitability, and mission objectives.
The Nanotechnology Specialist must be able to execute a value-added, consultative sales approach including application solving, demonstrations, product support, training and sale of Leica's Nanotechnology products to technical and non-technical buyers. The Nanotechnology Specialist must effectively manage potential sales all the way through closure and the purchasing process. The Nanotechnology Specialist demonstrates rigorous time and territory management practices and actively dedicates time to sales prospecting to grow the opportunity funnel for the future. This position effectively leverages the support resources within and outside of Leica in order to be as efficient and effective in the selling process as possible.
Leica Microsystems Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, marital status, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other characteristic protected by law.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES (include but not limited to and training is provided)
Travel (required estimated % of time)
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