USPlab is Looking for a "Product Educator"--Huge opportunity!
- 08-29-2008, 12:36 PM
First of all thanks very much for giving us the oppertunity to have a shot at this.
Since I am not one of the most frequent posters at this website I suppose it would be a good start to introduce myself first. I am an Indian male, born and raised in India, and has been residing in USA for about a decade now. I am in my low 30s and earn my bread and butter as a Decision Support Consultant in the area of Software consulting. During my professional career I have worked with 3 Fortune top 10 companies, as well as delivered solution for companies with less than a dozen people. I mention it because I would like to think that as much as I may be skilled in my Profession, ultimately what matters is how good a personal rapport I make with my clients and how quickly I can adapt. Without sounding arrogant I would say these two would be my strong points.
My current work involves delivering a Decision Support System for USA's largest Disease Management Organization. This involves interacting with the Senior Management and help understand what solution can I provide them to make better informed decision in the quickest time. Then I take that feedback and go with the end users to see the gap between desire and outcome. Finally once the solution is provided I work with end users to improve on it.
You may ask why is a software consultant interested in a Supplement company. For a few reasons:
a) As mentioned I grew up in India, building muscles is not the biggest priority in my part of the world. Still I wanted to have a good healthy lifestyle. Ever since I have been 15 years old I wake up at 4:30 am and hit the gym(5 days a week). This has helped me reach my goal and also made me a disciplined person who has learnt from his mistakes. This includes using supplements and learning what works and what does not. As a USP Educator it gives me the oppertunity to talk to consumers and give them information that can help them achieve their goal.
b) My dream is to be self-employed opening a gym where I can contribute to society via exercise and diet. I try to learn on my own and access to one of the leading supplement companies will not only give me a better, but more importantly more efficient towards my approach.
You may wonder, and perhaps might also be put off a bit, by the fact that I have mentioned India a few times by now. Truth be told I had not planned on it but once I started posting it just came out. So while we are on the subject I would say maybe, just maybe, being from India helps me understand certain products better than the others. A lot of supplement companies these days are looking East, and no not just for a large market. Many of the supplements that you see coming out are staple in our diet. For example I have been using the following long before I heard of them being performance enhancers:
I have observed that USP Labs have many supplements with Eastern roots. Now this by itself doesnt put me in a better position than anyone else. What it does however put me in is if I meet an end consumer and he is worried about how the supplement is going to affect his body, I can tell from firsthand experience - Hey I use it my diet everyday. I suppose I could relate to this trend better than most.
Lastly I am a big city guy in a small town man's body. This means I work hard and play hard but I am easy going with small town manners. I like to deliver results but I am not going to step over my peers to make ends meet.
Thank you for taking time to read this and good luck.
- 08-29-2008, 02:45 PM
More support for StrategicMove. He always has really good contributions.Freedom means nothing here.
08-29-2008, 02:50 PM
08-29-2008, 09:09 PM
Tossing mine in too...
Blew things up and jumped out of planes and then decided to just arrest people and **** their days up. I dress myself almost every day and I have just about kicked my drooling habit.
08-29-2008, 09:10 PM
08-31-2008, 05:15 PM
Well, guess it doesn't hurt tossing my name in as well. I hold a BS in Biotechnology and Pre-Veterinary Med. I have worked in the pharmaceutical industry for six years.
5 years exp in preclinical pharmacology and preclinical toxicology
1 1/2 years exp in clinical pharmacology.
I have worked for 3 pharmaceutical companies and the current one I work for is one of the largest out there.
Well, that is my abridged resume.
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