Join our team of highly motivated and professional individuals who are working hard to deliver better biologics.  Progenicare is only as great as the people behind it.  We are always looking for talented people with the integrity, passion and creativity necessary to produce in a fast-paced, demanding, small company atmosphere.  Progenicare seeks to hire the best.

The Company offers competitive base salaries, performance bonuses, healthcare benefits, phone stipends, a relaxed work environment, and a great group of people to work with.  We conduct business following the spirit and the intent of the equal opportunity laws and we strive towards maintaining a diverse community.  We encourage excellence at all levels in our organization.

Interested in working with us? Review the following list of job openings.

Title: VP/National Director, Sales
Job Type: Full-time
Positions Available: 1
Location: Houston/Denver

Reporting to the CEO, the National Sales Director is accountable for driving the achievement of sales and quality goals of the organization through the direct sourcing of new customers as well as through the management of a team of regional sales representatives throughout the US, as inside sales representatives. We are seeking a highly motivated individual that will be expected to quickly learn the Progenicare product offering and strategy, while leveraging previous sales experience to drive growth in new and existing customer accounts.

The National Sales Director is responsible for the hiring, managing and developing all sales staff across the United States. This newly created position will play a key role in the management of our performance compensation plan and sales metrics/KPIs that will drive the success of this growing team. The development and implementation of sales training programs will also be required. The National Director will be responsible for developing and implementing successful, strategic plans aligned with Progenicare’s goals and values. This is an exciting and high impact opportunity to join the company during a growth mode

Skills and Experience:

  • 5+ years of experience leading, coaching, and managing a sales team
  • Prior experience managing a hospital sales cycle and working with physicians, value analysis committees, and hospital administrators
  • Comfortable in an operating room setting as this role includes time in a surgical environment
  • Prior experience with sales compensation plans, metrics and KPIs
  • A keen eye for identifying and developing talent
  • Exceptional communication skills: verbal and written
  • Ability to think strategically in a fast paced, growing environment
  • Understanding of the osteobiologic and regenerative space strongly desired
  • Ability to travel up to 60% across the US


  • Results orientation
  • High enthusiasm and healthy ambition
  • High energy and willingness to work hard
  • Strong interpersonal skills (friendly, engaging, persuasive, etc.)
  • Well-developed presentation skills (present, inform, sell and listen)
  • Ability to self-manage and work effectively under tight deadlines
  • Education- B.S. Business required, MBA Preferred


Title: Associate Territory Manager, Sales
Job Type: Full-time
Positions open: 1
Location:  Houston

The Associate Territory Manager is a front-line, high level individual contributor role.  The successful candidate will need to become a subject matter expert within the regenerative field and possess the skills necessary to effectively communicate with an audience that is typically populated by MDs.  This role requires a highly credible person that has the intellectual dexterity to manage a complex sales-cycle.  The Associate Territory Manager leads sales-cycles in an assigned territory from prospecting and cold-calling through meeting with potential customers and closing new business.  The position is based in Houston but will likely require regular travel across several states.

The ideal candidate will have served in a similar role and have a proven record of success in customer acquisition and retention.

The successful Associate Territory Manager will:

  • Lead complex sales-cycles(from cold calling thru full customer adoption);
  • Manage product sales;
  • Direct customer meetings and presentations;
  • Service select customer procedures;
  • Supervise customer education;
  • Prepare business letters and documents;
  • Prepare reports and analysis as needed;
  • Maintain and organize customer information;
  • Manage instruction and guidance on proper product usage;
  • Manage and maintain existing customer relationships;
  • Assume additional duties and responsibilities as requested

The successful candidate will possess:

  • 3+ years of relevant work experience in a similar role
  • An interest in medical sales and services
  • High enthusiasm and healthy ambition
  • Competitiveness(desiretowin)
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Strong interpersonal skills(friendly,engaging,persuasive,etc.)
  • Well-developedpresentationskills(present,inform,sell andlisten)
  • Strongcustomerserviceinstinctsandcapabilities(serviceorientation)
  • Ability to self-manage and work effectively under tight deadlines
  • Strong communication skills (verbal,written,and presentation)
  • Knowledge of MS Office and intermediate computer skills
  • Minimum requirement of a BS in Biology or related major
  • Driver’s license and access to an automobile
  • Willingness to travel

Progenicare offers a high level of support and product training for our new associates that is unparalleled in the market.  The new hire will work with our internal professionals to learn about our products and services.  The new hire will also need to become comfortable in an operating room setting and the role includes time in this surgical environment.

The role offers a competitive base salary and performance based incentive compensation based on your achievements.  Standard benefit programs also apply.


Title: Inside Sales Associate
Job Type: Full-time
Positions open: 1
Locations:  Denver/Austin

The new hire will be responsible for a broad set of duties involving the sales and service of the Company’s osteobiologic/regenerative products, which are provided to surgeons and hospitals. The Associate will:

  • Manage prospecting and sales activities in assigned territory
  • Interface with sales team members, customers, prospects, and partners on a daily basis via telephone and email to identify, progress and close opportunities
  • Qualify leads including detailed needs analysis, product overview, and potential solution fit
  • Conduct daily prospecting with outbound calls to build pipeline within current client base and/or prospective clients
  • Keep detailed and accurate notes of all sales related activities in an online CRM
  • Develop relationships with key partners in their territory to identify new business opportunities
  • Plan and prioritize personal sales activities and customer/prospect contact towards achieving sales targets
  • Organize and execute specialized projects such as call-out campaigns, data updates, creating presentations
  • Learn and maintain in-depth knowledge of Progenicare products and services, competitive products and industry trends
  • Network with industry influencers, professional associations, and existing clients

Intellectual curiosity and agility are strongly desired. The subject matter is complex and requires an ability to fully comprehend the core science. The Company will provide a high level of support and training for the new hire. The Representative will work with internal resources to develop a thorough knowledge of our products and services. If the new hire excels in the position, there will be an opportunity to transition to an outside sales role after 24 months.


  • Results orientation
  • High enthusiasm and healthy ambition
  • High energy and willingness to work hard
  • Bachelor’s degree (minimum requirement)
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Strong interpersonal skills (friendly, engaging, persuasive, etc.)
  • Strong customer service instincts and capabilities (service orientation)
  • Ability to self-manage and work effectively under tight deadlines
  • Strong communication skills (verbal, written, and presentation)
  • Sound judgment and decision making ability
  • Good computer skills (Microsoft Office)
  • Ability to quickly learn new technology