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Product Manager x 2
location_on Greater Manchester
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Product Manager x 2
location_on Greater Manchester
work Full-time
Introduction

Elementar, from its global headquarters near Frankfurt in Germany is the world's leading manufacturer of devices for the analysis of key elements such as carbon, nitrogen, hydrogen, oxygen or chlorine in all organic and the majority of inorganic substances. We research and develop for basic human needs: our devices ensure quality of life and are used when it comes to water, food, education, health, the environment, climate, energy or product quality.


We are characterised by sustainability and financial independence as well as innovation and quality. As an international and independent family-owned company, we offer our employees secure and fulfilling work. Ambitious and realistic goals ensure our long-term success.


For our IRMS Centre of Excellence near Manchester (UK) we are looking for 2 x Product Managers to manage the product life cycle of all isotope ratio analysis products including mass spectrometer and all associated devices.


Duties & Responsibilities
  • You will be responsible for the corresponding product portfolio from A to Z, assist the instruments throughout their entire life cycle and are the active link between customers, science, sales and development
  • You will actively support sales with technical expertise and marketing knowledge
  • You will create the annual forecast of the instruments, ensure the appropriate pricing and facilitate the management and maintenance of the master data of the respective products
  • You will support business decisions with customers, channel partners and suppliers
  • You will carry out product training courses and represent the Company at seminars, trade fairs and conferences
  • You will contribute to the development of new concepts for product improvements and new product developments
  • You will create in-depth market and competition analysis
Experience, Essential Skills and Person
  • Educated ideally with a doctorate in a science, or a comparable degree and experience
  • Well-established theoretical and practical experience in instrumental analysis
  • Ideally demonstrate success defining and launching scientific instruments 
  • Independent, teamwork and accountable
  • Excellent verbal, written and visual communication
  • Influencing skills
  • Analytical and conceptual thinker
  • Safe, knowledgeable and exemplary behaviour
  • An open-minded and communicative personality
  • High level of responsibility and quality awareness
  • Structured, independent and pragmatic way of working
  • Strong customer and service orientation
Additional Information
  • Competitive salary & company incentive/bonus scheme
  • 25 days holiday plus bank holidays, pension and life assurance
  • Willingness to travel
  • Remote working? Yes, as per current government guidelines and business needs
  • Opportunity to work flexible hours? Yes, within reason as per current office policy
  • Opportunity to work in an open and dynamic team, with flat hierarchies and short coordination channels? Yes
Equal Opportunity/Diversity

We seek to attract from a wide pool of talent and create a culture where people can be themselves and are valued for the strengths they bring to our company.


In a world where agile working is becoming the new normal, we are open to flexible working arrangements where feasible.


Is this your challenge? Then get in touch and apply now!