Product Manager, Oncology

Our client operates in the healthcare industry

Location: Bangkok, Thailand

Artemis is now seeking for a Product Manager, Oncology (Medical Devices) with at least 5 years of working experience


  • Provide sales support for Molecular Imaging and Therapy Planning solutions
  • Product presentations to customers
  • Support and guide system configurations
  • Product related communication and clarification with the regional headquarter
  • Manage product specific sales trainings in coordination with regional head quarter
  • Provide product updates and competitive and market intelligence to sales force
  • Support installed base retention initiatives
  • Develop and implement marketing strategy for Molecular Imaging and Therapy Planning solutions
  • Manage company presence at local conferences and trade shows together with MarCom team
  • Collaborate with customers to set up clinical workshops
  • Drive Key Opinion Leaders development in Molecular Imaging and Therapy Planning



  • Thai nationality
  • At least a Bachelor’s Degree in related field
  • At least 3 years of working experience in medical imaging with a focus on molecular imaging and therapy planning
  • Experience as a radiographer or medical physicist in a hospital OR in a product specific role in a medical imaging vendor company (e.g. application specialist, account manager, marketing, product management)
  • You possess expert knowledge on Molecular Imaging and/or Therapy Planning
  • Your personality and skills:
  • Good communication skills to front internal and external stakeholders
  • Excellent presentation skills
  • Proficient in Thai and English both written and spoken

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