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Inscopix Careers - Field Application Scientists - Multiple Positions

Inscopix stands at the forefront of Next Generation Neuroscience.  Our flagship product for imaging large-scale neural circuit activity during behavior, nVista, provides neuroscientists with the ability to generate unprecedented data sets.  The product was selected by The Scientist as the #1 Innovation of 2013 and has been covered in top scientific journals and media outlets.  Since launching our Neuroscience Early Access Program in October 2012, we have built a significant customer base comprised of nearly 100 prestigious neuroscience laboratories (including 6 Nobel Laureate labs) and major pharmaceutical companies.

Successful candidates will be paired with a regional Sales Manager as Field Applications Specialists responsible for pre- and post-sales technical support of complete Inscopix solutions.  The primary responsibility is to work closely with the regional Sales Manager to meet or exceed territory sales for all Inscopix products.  Candidates must be highly motivated, enthusiastic, and target-oriented individuals who thrive on the independence and variety offered by a field sales role.

Responsible for pre- and post-sales activities, including but not limited to the following:

  • Provide support to the regional Sales Manager in lead generation, customer qualifications, and in closing orders
  • Generate new and repeat sales by providing technical support, sales, and technical information in a timely manner
  • Proactively mine territory for new sales opportunities through active prospecting in conjunction with Sales colleagues
  • Increase sales and average order size by means of cross-selling, up-selling, add-on sales, and offering promotional sale items
  • Provide direct technical support to Sales Team and customers for assigned product line(s) within assigned geography
  • Participate in pre-demonstration and sales lead / customer qualification visits
  • Manage organization, maintenance, and coordination of demonstration equipment inventory
  • Design and conduct Inscopix technical presentations/seminars, and technical trainings, both web-based and on-site
  • Demonstrate customer commitment through regular customer follow-up, timely complaint resolution, and by acting as Voice of Customer (VOC) as appropriate
  • Increase awareness of Inscopix solutions within assigned territory through frequent and regular engagement with customers
  • Abide by ethical sales practices in accordance with corporate policy
  • Present a professional image at all times to customers and vendors
  • May support other regional territories as needed


  • PhD in neuroscience or closely-related field in the Biological Sciences
  • Expertise with in vivo imaging, in vivo electrophysiology and/or optogenetics (in rodents)
  • Proven technical, analytical, and problem-solving skills with a passion for using scientific rigor and applied scientific skills to help others with scientific and experimental problems
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills with the ability to work effectively and productively within a team-centric environment
  • Outstanding customer advocacy, listening and interpersonal skills
  • Strong oral, written, and presentation skills, with particular experience presenting technical topics in academia/industry environments
  • Demonstrated attention to detail particularly with respect to customer transactions (e.g., orders, quotes, tenders, etc.)
  • Ability and willingness to travel 25% to 50%
  • Bonus: previous experience conducting experiments with the Inscopix nVista system.

How to Apply:

Please forward cover letter and resume

About Inscopix:

Inscopix is pioneering a new paradigm in the quest to understand the brain and its diseases.  Combining revolutionary technology and methods for imaging of large-scale neural activity in a naturally behaving subject, Inscopix has developed the means to relate causal neural circuit dynamics to corresponding behavior.  With its flagship product, nVista, Inscopix is today disseminating these capabilities to neuroscientists across the world, empowering them to gather unprecedented data sets and make breakthrough scientific discoveries.  With in-house neuroscience expertise combined with strategic collaborations around the world, Inscopix stands at the brink of making fundamental advances in basic brain research and treatments for diseases such as Parkinson’s, autism and schizophrenia.