About BioMérieux®

The bioMérieux® group is a world leader in the field of in vitro diagnostics for clinical and industrial applications. Present in more than 150 countries through 44 subsidiaries and a large network of distributors we provide diagnostic solutions that improve patient health and ensure consumer safety. bioMérieux® is determined to continue to play a pioneering role by innovating and designing the diagnostics of the future to address the major challenges for public health worldwide. The corporate headquarters is located in Marcy l´Étoile, Lyon in France.

bioMérieux® Clinical Diagnostics, specialised in the in vitro diagnostics sector, designs, develops, produces and markets diagnosis systems (reagents, instruments and software) for medical or industrial applications. In vitro diagnostics tests are used to measure, identify and quantify bacteria and viruses as well as substances generated by the human body in the presence, for instance, of an infectious disease, a cancer or a cardiac pathology.

bioMérieux® is determined to continue to play a pioneering role by innovating and designing the diagnostics of the future to address the major challenges for public health worldwide.

You will be an important part of the Nordic organisation and we will offer you an open, developing and warm working atmosphere. We offer a competitive package, including salary, bonus, company car and pension.

 

Product Manager Biofire Nordic countries

Are you a creative, business-oriented and customer-focused person with an analytical mindset? Do you want a job with responsibility for the market growth of Biofire, a product range that can improve patient outcomes? Then, we have got the job for you!

At bioMérieux®, you will work with high quality innovative products as well as new and exciting cutting edge technology, the company is a Global Market Leader in Clinical Microbiology.

The role
As Product Manager for Biofire, you will have responsibility for the Biofire range, using a combination of both strategic as well as operational Marketing activities. You also have responsibility for adapting the product message according to local customer’s needs within both medical and more traditional diagnostic pathology environments. As Product Manager, you are a link between the Global Marketing organization, the Nordic organisation and its customers.

Your responsibilities will include:
• Keeping the Nordic business area updated with the latest information and development of Marketing plans, control of costs, revenues and profitability for the product range.
• Implementation of product prices, forecast, operational marketing activities, and designing marketing offers, to identify and target market segment/customer categories.

The customer decision making unit may include patient facing clinicians (e.g. paediatricians, intensive care, involved with direct patient management), scientific laboratory expert pathologists, financial and/ or procurement budget holders, and c-suite. Within this role you will work in close collaboration with sales as well as independently, building and maintaining credible peer to peer relationships with key opinion leaders and influencers throughout the Nordic Region.

You will report to the Director of Clinical Marketing for the Northern European Cluster (UK/ROI/Benelux/Nordics) and part of a specialist high performing cohesive team, committed to delivering bioMérieux® customers innovative best in class pioneering diagnostic solutions and services to improve patient health outcomes.

Ideally based close to the Gothenburg office in Sweden, however it is possible to be home office based anywhere in Sweden as long as you live close to an airport.

Your profile
You will have good knowledge of main stream clinical diagnostics, a highly regulated IVD market, preferably a BSc /Masters, or PHD in Molecular Biology or similar perhaps a medical/nursing discipline. You have experience within Marketing and/or Product Management and/or KAM/Market Access.

You are energetic engaging and business focused with excellent communication skills, together with credible networking capabilities.

You will often work independently with a high level of accountability and responsibility, and must be driven and flexible.

Fluent in Swedish and English is mandatory, as well as driving license (company car will be provided). Knowledge and understanding another Nordic language an advantage.

Routine travel is required, including some overnights. You will mainly travel within the 4 Nordic countries, but also at times to attend Global training and internal/external meetings and events.

For more information
The recruitment process is carried out in collaboration with the consulting company Compass Human Resources Group – If you would like to find out more about the role, please do not hesitate to contact Anders Larsson, Compass, on telephone +46 73 203 46 91 or anders.larsson@compass.se or Jens Nordqvist +46 70 145 35 69 jens.nordqvist@compass.se

The recruitment process has started, so please submit your CV and application as soon as possible. Position will be filled as soon as a proper candidate is available.
We look forward to your application.