For over 50 years, Waters Corporation has developed innovative analytical science solutions to support customer discoveries, operations, performance, and regulatory compliance. Specifically, the company designs, manufactures, sells, and services high performance liquid chromatography, ultra performance liquid chromatography, and mass spectrometry technology systems and support products primarily in the United States, Europe, Japan, and Asia. Our innovations enable significant advancements within the pharmaceutical, life science, biochemical, industrial, food safety, environmental, academic and government industries. Waters is a publicly traded corporation (NYSE:WAT) with more than 6,500 employees and is represented in 100 countries around the world.
This position is an exciting opportunity for a Scientist who is looking to expand his/her career by applying their technical skills as member of Waters dynamic UK and Irish Sales organization.
Working within the UK/IRE Northern European demo lab team as part of regional customer success team the successful candidate will play a significant role in supporting the UK and Irish MS instrument sales opportunities. The position is Applications Laboratory based within the purpose built ultra -modern MS facility in Wilmslow, Cheshire . This is an exciting role combining customer facing activities with hands on LC separations and LCMS analysis. Day to day activities will include analysing customer samples, showcasing state of the art LC and LC/MS instrumentation and software n to customers, interacting closely with sales organisation and field support groups. Although this role is lab based there will be some travel expected ( approximately 25- 30%) related with onsite visits in support of sales activities and customer training.
The ideal candidate combines excellent scientific skills with strong commercial business acumen, and the desire to contribute to the customers’ success by helping them choose the best system solution from Waters product portfolio to address the customers’ analytical challenges.