Clinical Applications Specialist
Clinical Applications Specialist
Centerline Biomedical, Inc., a medical device start-up with high growth potential, seeks to hire a full-time Clinical Applications Specialist to be located at its offices in Cleveland, Ohio. This individual would work among a diverse team of experts, itself part of a highly-skilled multidisciplinary team dedicated to achieving the successful commercial launch of a medical device and development of next-generation technologies. Centerline offers competitive salary and staff benefits including paid leave, 401(k), health, life and disability insurances, etc. Interested candidates should submit their application along with up-to-date resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Centerline is developing healthcare solutions to bring the next generation of imaging, navigation, predictive analytics, training, and robotics to minimally invasive surgery. Endovascular surgical procedures presently rely on X-ray fluoroscopy, which exposes patients and caregivers to harmful radiation while providing limited 2-D imaging. Our first product, IOPS™ (the Intra-Operative Positioning System), expected to be launched in 2019, delivers accurate 3-D navigation without the use of ionizing radiation or contrast medium thus allowing surgeons to navigate within the arteries much like using a GPS, minimizing exposure to cancer-causing radiation and toxic contrast dye. Our IOPS™ technology aims at improving patient outcomes, reducing radiation exposure, simplifying complex procedures, increasing throughput and lowering healthcare costs driving better margins as well as improving utilization and profitability of surgical rooms and medical personnel. In the future, Centerline’s platform technology will address multiple applications such as endovascular aortic repair, peripheral artery disease, coronary intervention and stenting, carotid aneurysm, cerebral aneurysm, and electrophysiology, etc.
Centerline, a Cleveland Clinic spin-off housed in the Global Cardiovascular Innovation Center (GCIC) on Cleveland Clinic’s main campus in Cleveland, Ohio, maintains a close relationship with Cleveland Clinic and has access to the unique resources and environment of the incubator to carry out research and product development with Cleveland Clinic researchers and clinicians.
In keeping with Centerline’s startup nature, the Clinical Applications Specialist would hold significant responsibilities and has a strong opportunity to contribute. This individual would work among a diverse, multidisciplinary team dedicated to achieving the successful commercial launch and clinical support of a medical device. This individual will participate in the installation, configuration, maintenance and support of the clinical IOPS system for physicians and surgical team product users. As a key part of our clinical support team, this individual will provide application and hardware support to use physicians to maintain maximum uptime. Some support may be done remotely via telephone with direct access to the remote workstation. This individual will assist in field installations, upgrades, software changes, security and compliance of our clinical workstations. Travel will be required on an as-needed basis to client sites for installation, troubleshooting and training purposes.
Additionally, the individual works as a part of an overall team of flexible and capable members committed to contributing and growing as needed to fulfill the company’s mission.
- Bachelor’s degree in Science, engineering or related field (master degree is preferred)
- Minimum five years of work experience in the use and/or launch of medical devices (experience with vascular surgical procedures is preferred)
- Flexibility and ability to self-start on new tasks, problem-solving with minimal supervision and to work in a diverse work environment dealing with multiple tasks with deadlines
- Ability to assist in configuration and deployment of clinical workstations to customers
- Ability to participate in on-call rotation as needed to support vascular surgeons and other systems support issues
- Ability to contribute in projects regarding the testing and feasibility of future equipment and application needs for our physicians
- Handle support escalation (24×7 support) issues for clinical systems
- Ability to work on a team, supporting colleagues while drawing support to achieve team goals
- Must possess strong customer service skills
- Ability to problem solve quickly and demonstrate strong critical thinking
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Capacity to work in a fast-paced, rapidly changing environment
Additional Desirable Qualifications
- Experience with ISO 13485/IEC 62304 quality management systems
- Familiarity with medical images, DICOM, PACS, and medical imaging concepts
- Exposure to medical/clinical/surgical environment and working knowledge of concepts behind minimally-invasive surgery
- Working knowledge of vascular disease and endovascular interventions
- Innovative input in the development of next generation clinical workflows
To apply, please send your resume to email@example.com