This position is a member of the Strategic Marketing team and will lead/support efforts to assess, plan, and implement strategies aimed to increase market share and generate growth in existing product market segments or new product markets. Assist in the development of the strategic product portfolio roadmap for the company including evaluating product development trends in TB and related infectious disease diagnostics, emerging scientific trends in TB and related infectious disease diagnostics and specific product opportunities for global or regional markets.
This position is a member of the Marketing team and will work collaboratively to deliver a high level of technical and editorial management on OI’s owned digital platforms. The ideal candidate will have experience with digital media channels, have strong writing skills and can work cross functionally across all levels of the organization. The Digital Marketing Specialist’s responsibilities will include social media and website management, summarizing statistical reports from analytical services (CRM, Google Analytics, marketing automation system), creating and executing targeted e-mail campaigns and programs and assisting with graphic and digital design as needed.
The Territory Manager (TM) is responsible for T-SPOT.TB market development and test volume growth within an assigned geographic territory. The TM is responsible for leading sales efforts and guiding their commercial channel partners to grow T-SPOT.TB volumes within large Integrated Health Networks (IHN), commercial laboratories, public health departments and universities. This position requires regular travel and, based on territory size, may require consistent overnight travel.
The IT Auditor/ Security Analyst will play a hands on role in supporting the company’s global audit and cyber security program. This role includes auditing, monitoring and analyzing processes and systems, and administering training. The successful candidate will require a strong working knowledge of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (SOX), GDPR, and the Health Insurance and Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), combined with a technology foundation in information security and operations.