Precision Genetics is Hiring!

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Product Marketing Manager

Position Summary

Precision Genetics, Inc. is searching for a Product Marketing Manager at its Charleston, SC location to focus on go-to-market strategy and execution for new and existing diagnostic products and services. Founded in 2014 with locations in both Greenville and Charleston, SC, Precision Genetics is a technology-driven molecular testing laboratory that specializes in providing full-scale lab and genetics testing solutions including COVID, and pharmacogenomics (PGx) for perioperative and mental health to improve overall patient outcomes.

Reporting directly to the Director of Marketing, the Product Marketing Manager will help execute a strong brand presence by developing comprehensive marketing materials in order to expand the customer base for all the Company’s solutions.

  • Drive Product Marketing plans to support new product revenue and adoption objectives for the products that you own
  • Define critical questions to understand for key audiences, partner with research and data
    teams to generate break-through insights, and turn insights into an actionable strategy and plan accordingly
  • Develop outstanding messaging and positioning and content that effectively
    communicates the differentiated value props of your products through Voice-of-Customer (VOC) testing 
  • Lead go-to-market efforts including pricing, packaging, and marketing launch initiatives of your products
  • Act as the subject matter expert for our products and communicate the value to key stakeholders
  • Partner closely with cross-functional stakeholders, such as product, clinical, design, sales, customer success, and executive leadership teams
Required Qualifications
  • A college degree in Business/Marketing
  • 4+ years of experience in Product Marketing
  • Proven success launching new products
  • Proven ability to create effective technical and creative content
  • Ability to create product launch plans
  • Experience working with Product Development and creative teams
  • Experience working at a B2B and/or B2B2C Company
  • Strong presentation skills with a keen eye for design
Preferred Qualifications
  • MBA
  • Healthcare industry experience
Additional Information
  • Some travel required
  • Salary range: $85k-$105k
  • This is primarily an in-office position, with some remote capability



Health insurance, Dental insurance, Vision insurance, Flexible schedule, Paid time off.

To apply

Please send a cover letter and resume to the attention of Lisa Moskin Tonon:

Accession Lab Technician

Joint-venture molecular laboratory seeking a part-time Accession team member for high-volume laboratory services.  Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to: receiving, sorting, racking samples, assigning barcodes and identifiers, accessioning batches to LIS system, QA for overall accession lab operations, and more.

Attention to detail and ability to learn in a fast-paced environment is key. Flexibility for evening shifts is a plus. Weekends are required (though schedule allows for every other weekend off).

B.S. preferred, but not required if applicant has a steady history in a clinical lab setting. Experience in a laboratory is a plus, but is not required. Desire to learn and grow is a plus. Must be able to travel for training.


The position is based in Charleston, SC. 


Health insurance, Dental insurance, Vision insurance, Flexible schedule, Paid time off.

To apply

Please send a cover letter and resume to the attention of Lisa Moskin Tonon:


What is Pharmacogenomics (PGx)?

Pharmacogenomics is the study of genetic differences in metabolic pathways which can affect individual responses to drugs, both in terms of therapeutic effect as well as adverse effects.

Why PGx (Pharmacogenomic) testing?

  1. Adverse Drug Reactions are on the rise in the US. There are over 100,000 deaths and 2 Million adverse drug events in the US annually. Many of these could be prevented if the physician knew the patient could not tolerate certain medicationsADR’s are now the 4th leading cause of death in the US
  2. Most physicians are not familiar with RAW genetic results – PGx testing and results enable the physician to determine which
    medications to prescribe based on the individual
  3. Enhancing Patient Outcomes through molecular screening
    1. The average post-acute care nursing home patient is on 15.2 medications.
    2. The costs have become unsustainable
    3. Many of the drugs are offsetting side effects not targeting clinical efficacy
    4. Over-prescribing is a band-aid approach to eliminate readmissions to the hospitals
  4. Physicians are under intense pressure to act responsibly and often conservatively

How do you determine who should be tested?

Evidence-based protocols based on medical necessity assist and guide physicians to determine which patients to test based on the following criteria:

Patient Type Criteria
New Patients No treatment history for the condition/medication
All Patients History of medication sensitivity or ADEs to current meds.
All Patients Failure of previous medications to provide therapeutic value
All Patients On multiple medications
All Patients Experiencing unpleasant or intolerable side effects of current meds
All Patients Suspected of abusing or diverting medication

How does PGx testing benefit the patient?

  • Not everyone responds to a drug or medication in the same way
  • Each individual has their own unique genetic makeup, which affects the way their bodies respond to a disease and treatment
  • PGx uses information about a person’s genetic make up to choose the drugs and drug doses that are likely to work best for that person as well as determining the proper drug-to-drug combinations

How does PGx testing benefit the physician?

  1. Improve & revolutionize patient care though PGx testing
  2. Actionable data at the point of care
  3. Tools to follow medical necessity protocols and track outcomes
  4. Incorporating personalized medicine techniques is a competitive advantage
  5. Provides ancillary revenue source for your practice (Precision Genetics LCS Model)

What gene panels do we offer? (See attached PGx panel list)

  1. Pain
  2. Psych
  3. Cardio
  4. Comprehensive

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