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Product Specialist - Industrial And Environmental, Perth

Published 2022-01-02
Expires 2022-02-02
ID #822241574
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Product Specialist - Industrial And Environmental, Perth
Australia, Perth, Perth,
Published January 2, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Product specialist - industrial and environmental


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Thermo Fisher Scientific’s Mission is to enable our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner, and safer, and the global coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is a powerful reminder of the importance of that Mission. In fact, Thermo Fisher is at the forefront of the global response to COVID-19. We are working with governments, agencies, industry partners and researchers globally to ensure priority access to instruments, consumables, safety supplies and other products to address the outbreak. Our efforts have been particularly focused in supporting analysis of the virus, diagnosis, personal protection, and ultimately helping in the development of new therapeutics and vaccines.Job Title: Product (Sales) Specialist in Industrial and EnvironmentalLocation: PerthReporting To: Technical Sales ManagerAbout Thermo Fisher Scientific, ANZOur growing team of 1200+ employees work together to deliver world-class science products and solutions to a wide range of key markets. With commercial, manufacturing and distribution sites across Australia and New Zealand, including Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney, Auckland, Adelaide, Newcastle, and Perth, our scope covers life sciences; specialty diagnostics; food, dairy & beverage; environmental & industrial; healthcare and analytical instruments including commercial, customer service, technical service, supply chain, finance and operations.How will you make an impact?In this role you will be looking after Western Australia, South Australian and the Northern TerritoryIn this position you will provide applications, sales and technical support across to the internal and external customers for the relevant product line and assist product management to develop marketing tools with a focus on the Industrial Process sector instrumentation and ancillaries. The product lines include lab, portable and process water quality & level, gas instrumentation across to water authorities & municipalities, manufacturing, research, food, and dairy.Key Responsibilities: Engage and lead customer-facing activities driving sales to include customer presentations, sales training, and necessary support of key account penetration. Preparation of sales collateral includes application notes, customer testimonials, and white papers on current and emerging topics in the industry.Utilise demonstration equipment to validate product requirements and customer needs. Provide leadership on installation and training to the service organizationTo achieve sales and margin targets for designated product portfolio by supporting distributor network, existing customers, and generating new business opportunitiesProvide technical, application & sales support, to both field sales and customers including product demonstrations for customers at client sites or in-house demonstration facilities.Resolve customer technical issues to high customer satisfaction.Analyse potential applications by product testing. Prepare and deliver customer and sales training presentations as required on application topicsAbility to travel and service customers in Australia (covid permitted)How will you get here?Education Bachelors level degree in a relevant scientific disciplineExperience, Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Experience or a passion for the water industry2-3 years of experience in sales or serviceStrong technical background, with developed knowledge of products and markets in the relevant portfolioAbility to build and foster strong customer relationshipsStrong organizational skills.Excellent written and verbal communication skills.Strong initiative with the ability to work autonomously.High energy, enthusiasm, and positive attitudeSpecial Conditions: Flexibility to travel for work What’s in it for you? A competitive salary and performance related bonus structureAccess to Thermo Fisher’s global UniversityExposure to market leading & cutting-edge technologiesCareer development opportunities as part of a leading global organisationAt Thermo Fisher Scientific, each one of our 90,000 extraordinary minds have a unique story to tell. Join us and contribute to our singular mission—enabling our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner, and safer

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