Talk science, travel the world, play with robots, collaborate with world-renowned biologists, and get paid. Where do I sign up? Oh, right here.
Are you a charismatic biologist who has a passion for technology? Are you up for travelling internationally, collaborating with world-renowned scientists, and getting hands-on with robots?
You will be making high-value equipment sales to Pharmaceutical, Biotechnological, and Academic research labs across North America. You will help to provide the ever-changing voice of the customer, and crucially, provide front-line biological applications expertise and training to our customers and team.
This role could be for you if…
You will report directly to the Sales & Marketing Manager. You will form a crucial part of the Sales & Marketing team, working especially closely with our wonderful customers and collaborators; our marketing team; the internal and remote sales force – in Singer laboratories across four different time zones; as well as our Customer Success, Strategic, and Product teams to automate science across the globe.
The work you do will help scientists in laboratories in over 50 countries accelerate their research – efforts on global challenges, such as cures for cancer and solutions for renewable energies (and more important stuff, like brewing tastier beer!)
This is a sales & marketing role first and foremost, but you’ll get involved in experimental planning and stay at the forefront of cutting-edge research!
£35,000 – £41,000 p.a.
Profit Share for Nerds (Bonus scheme)
Equity for Nerds (Staff ownership scheme)
29 days holiday including Bank Holidays
Holiday bonus on length of service
Singer HQ, Roadwater near Minehead, Somerset, UK
Full-time (flexible hours)
5th November, 2020
First round online interviews conclude:
13th November, 2020
Second-round interviews (if required) conclude:
20th November, 2020
As a mid-level position in a relatively small and rapidly-expanding business, you will experience a varied role, challenging you and allowing you to gain exposure to many aspects of business that larger companies would be less likely to provide to scientists during their careers. Some of the hats you will get to try on include:
These aren’t required but you should definitely mention in your application if you tick any of these boxes:
Established in 1934, Singer Instruments is a relatively small (50 people) but rapidly expanding UK-based family business that develops and provides hardware and software solutions for laboratory automation.
Our customers are doing amazing things across all facets of biological science including genetics, neuroscience, cancer biology and biofuel engineering. Our customers include the world’s top 50 universities, NASA and some of the most famous beer and wine producers. The beer in your fridge may have been researched using one of our microscopes!
We’ve got offices in California, Singapore and Germany with our HQ in the beautiful Exmoor National Park in the South West of England.