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Friday, February 20, 2015

Internal Applications and Sales Support | Microscopy, Pathology | South East UK

Here is a great opportunity with a global, high-tech company with over 3500 employees and an annual turnover of approximately $1 billion.


We are presenting an opening for an internal applications and sales support engineer to support their growing UK business, and to promote their range of research-grade cameras and microscope imaging systems in life-science microscopy.


The role consists of sales and technical support of microscopy imaging systems, high-quality CCD and scientific CMOS cameras in the biomedical and life science market. Full training on these products will be provided.


You will be primarily office based but there is also the opportunity to get involved with joint customer visits to demonstrate cameras (camera installation, software operation, image acquisition) and attendance at exhibitions/trade shows.


This role is part of an expanding team and will be the office based support to the field sales group. Your success will be measured by your contribution to the overall team results. The company is very supportive and you will be able to develop your product and commercial skills.


The role is office based with occasional UK -wide travel. The offices are situated between London and Cambridge.


The role requires a degree in life science, any experience with microscopes, camera systems or pathology would be an advantage. No previous commercial experience is required, however you will need to demonstrate a flair for dealing with customers and be able to explain why you would be interested to move into the commercial sector.


Please call Jonathan Pearse on +44(0) 2380 786 754 or email jon@seltekconsultants.co.uk


Job Ref: 10192


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Internal Applications and Sales Support | Microscopy, Pathology | South East UK

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