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Junior Product Manager


Seegene Technologies

Job Location

325 N Wiget Ln
Suite 140
Walnut Creek, CA 94598
United States


  • Competitive PTO (15 days plus sick leaves) and corporate holidays (13 days)
  • Generous 401k match
  • Medical, dental, vision insurance, STD/LTD/Life insurance

Job Description

We are looking for a JPM/PMR to help plan and implement product marketing activities.

For this role, you should understand the full marketing mix and be familiar with ways to analyze market research and end user’s behavior. You should also be able to create spreadsheets and analyze quantitative data to interpret ROI and KPI metrics.

Ultimately, you should help us achieve our business goals through developing strong Value Proposition Documents and Marketing Launch Plans.

  • Support the commercializing of molecular diagnostic tools
    • Create launch plans and launch binders in collaboration with HQ in Korea
  • Define the market entry strategy and develop the product roadmap to migrate from RUO to IVD in the clinical laboratory setting
  • Assume a leadership role in customer education and support, and KOL management
  • Assists in planning and managing the execution and logistics of trade shows, exhibitions
  • Monitor competitors’ activities and products
  • This position requires up to 20% travel


  • Bachelor s degree in molecular biology, chemistry, immunology, or similar scientific field. MS, PhD, or MBA preferred.
  • Internship or work-related experience in molecular diagnostics space strongly preferred.
  • Solid computer skills, including MS Excel
  • Knowledge of
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills
  • Strong analytical skills with a goal-oriented attitude
  • Very detailed oriented
  • Extremely organised

How to Apply

Please send your resume to Terry Kim ([email protected]).

About Our Organization

Seegene is a leading developer of multiplex molecular assays and automated solutions for US clinical labs. 

We believe that students should be in school, friends should rub shoulders, neighbors should say hello, and families  should share meals at the dinner table. We are fighting a common enemy.

Seegene’s molecular diagnosis lets us identify precisely where the enemy is hiding. This technology amplifies DNA by over a billion times and identifies viruses no matter how few in number. Multiple viruses may attack at once – some with unexpected mutations. But if molecular diagnosis becomes the new norm in our daily lives, viruses will never defeat humans.