Applications Specialist – Clinical Microbiology
Location: UK territory (ideally NW, Yorkshire or Midlands based)
Salary: £competitive plus car/allowance
Our client is a leading in the supply of clinical diagnostics to the Clinical, Biomedical and associated research sectors and due to strong growth and the launch of new innovative diagnostic instrumentation they are looking to recruit an Applications Specialist.
This is a customer facing role and will involve on-site support and training to existing customers and potential new clients interested in the clinical diagnostic instrumentation. You will be responsible for full product demonstrations (in support of a Sales & Business Development person); new product instillations, training new system users and dealing with any technical support issues or assay development.
This is a highly technical role and requires candidates to be strong communicators with a proven background supporting clinical/biomedical Instrumentation. Candidates will come from a Biological or Biomedical and must have hands-on experience with clinical microbiology; ideally degree qualified or with equivalent experience. You will enjoy giving presentations, demonstrations, training etc, will have a flair for technical troubleshooting and will be able to fault find instrumentation and hardware, software systems. Previously experience with clinical diagnostics is highly desirable and having spent time either working as a specialist BMS or in a similar Instrumentation support role is highly desirable.
Candidates must be fluent in English (oral and written), have excellent communication & training skills and will have a full UK driving license. Due to the nature of new product installations, this role will involve spending occasional overnight stays away from home, but candidates will ideally be based in either the NW Midlands, North West or West Yorkshire area.
For additional information please contact Richard Taylor
- Agency: Taylorollinson
- Contact: Richard Taylor
- Posted: 12th March 2019
- Expires: 9th April 2019