Digital Pathology, European Projects
Product management with world-class products on an international level.
Hamamatsu Photonics Europe has a vacancy for a new role as European Product Manager within the field of Digital Pathology, preferably based in one of the offices in Germany/Munich, France/Paris, UK/London, Italy/Milan, or Sweden/Stockholm. Other locations in Europe could also be possible for the right candidate.
Hamamatsu Europe has a need for recruiting a new role as a European Product Manager within Digital Pathology to work on an international level. The roles will work in close cooperation with the whole European organisation and the development teams in Europe and Japan.
The overall responsibility for the role is to develop and maintain domain knowledge with the aim of being the market leader within the field of digital pathology as well as to communicate to the European organisation and the headquarter in Japan to drive sales strategies and product roadmaps.
The role contains both stimulating technical and commercial aspects as well as frequent contact with European colleagues, clients, and key stakeholders. You will report directly to the Sales Manager EMEA.
A very exciting role within the field of Digital Pathology working with world-class products and applications on a European and global level. We will support you with intensive training in both Europe and Japan, as well as an attractive salary package. You will also have opportunities to grow further within our organisation.
Hamamatsu Photonics is a very stable and healthy company and as a subsidiary of a Japanese company, we attach particular importance to long-term business and working relationships as well as a collegial working atmosphere. We also offer you the possibility to work in either Munich, Paris, Milan, London, or Stockholm. Other locations in Europe could also be possible for the right candidate.
If you are interested in this challenging position in a global company, please submit your CV and cover letter through our recruitment partner Mercuri Urval at www.mercuriurval.com (ref.no. SE-15062) as soon as possible. For questions regarding our company or the role, please contact responsible consultant at Mercuri Urval, Mats Wärnling +46709856363 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hamamatsu Photonics, founded in 1953, is a world-leading global manufacturer of optoelectronic components, modules and systems with sales offices across Europe, USA and China. The headquarter is based in Hamamatsu City, Japan where most of the production and product development is placed. Hamamatsu Photonics has close to 5,500 employees, with a global turnover exceeding 1.5 Billion EUR.
The company has a diverse range of customers, active in a wide range of industries and applications including automotive, medical, x-ray, security, analytical and biotechnology. The company’s products and technologies are applied to various new technologies and devices to support people’s lives and help realize a more comfortable and prosperous society. Hamamatsu’s products and technology have been supporting the work of several Nobel Prize winners during the last decades. For more information about the company visit www.hamamatsu.com.
In the field of medical technology and diagnostics, Hamamatsu offers integrated hardware and software solutions for the application area of digital pathology together with their partners. In addition to high-performance scanners and integrated workflow solutions (both in the clinical context and for research in the university and pharmaceutical sectors), classical and AI-based computer-aided evaluation algorithms are also increasingly being used.
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