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BENEFITS

TriVascular offers competitive salaries and an excellent benefits package that includes:

  • Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance
  • Health Care and Dependent Daycare
  • Reimbursement Account
  • 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan
  • Stock Options
  • Basic Life Insurance
  • Long-Term Disability Benefits
  • Paid Time Off
  • Paid Holidays
  • Tuition Reimbursement

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Careers

Our commitment to patients and their families is a major driving force behind what we do here at TriVascular. We believe this motivation, together with innovation and dedication, will allow us to bring breakthrough treatments to patients, while expanding endovascular care worldwide. Employees continue to cite the chance to make a difference in the lives of patients as the number one reason they enjoy working at Trivascular.
 

“Thank you for your interest in exploring a potential career with TriVascular. Our central purpose is to help physicians improve the lives of patients suffering from aortic disease through excellence in research, manufacturing and service. We are committed to acquiring a deep understanding of our customer’s needs and to developing innovative, clinically compelling products. We meet customer needs by working diligently, carefully listening, and genuinely caring.

TriVascular is an entrepreneurial company deeply committed to creating a work environment where excellence can live and grow. Our compensation and benefits package is designed to reward individual and company performance, as our success depends on each of us doing our very best both individually and as part of our team.

Our employees are here because they believe in our mission and want their voices and actions to be heard and matter. We believe each employee has a tremendous ability to grow and contribute. We are looking for special individuals who are passionate about life and inspired by our purpose. If you find great meaning in what we do, have values that align with ours, and are a high achiever committed to making a difference; then I encourage you to pursue a career at TriVascular.” 

— Christopher Chavez, CEO.


JOB OPENINGS

Quality Engineering Technician - Santa Rosa

Job Description

The Quality Engineering Technician supports manufacturing by performing inspections on medical devices and components. Responsible for improving existing test/inspection methods for medical devices and components.  Provides technical and logistical support for addressing material nonconformities, developing/validating test methods used for incoming material inspection and/or in-house production, and managing environmental monitoring activities within the TriVascular controlled environment facility. Responsible for software development and generating test reports, data analysis and assistance in support of Quality Assurance department objectives. Assist engineers as required.

OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Performs device and component level testing for incoming materials
  • Evaluates problems and communicates recommendations for corrective action to engineering team. Takes action to ensure that nonconforming practices and procedures are corrected
  • Acts as an interface with the engineering team when defining inspection criteria for new components and products
  • Performs independent documentation review of Quality Records

QUALIFICATIONS

  • High School graduate or equivalent required.  A.A. in a technical field is preferred
  • 1 to 8 years medical device experience is preferred

PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITY

  • Read and interpret engineering drawings, specs, method sheets, or other engineering/manufacturing documentation
  • Effectively communicate, both orally and in writing
  • Take initiative to meet deadlines and to work with minimal supervision as well as work collaboratively in a team based environment
  • Manage a multi-task job and appropriately adjust priorities
  • Interpret and apply policies and procedures appropriately
  • Computer literacy in MS Word, Access, and Excel
  • Good Manufacturing Practices, Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations (FDA 21 CFR – Part 820) and documentation procedures
  • Project management principles 
  • Statistical Software such as Minitab
  • Familiarity with various measuring equipment (Comparator, Tool Maker’s microscope, calipers, MicroVu)
  • Electro-Mechanical devices
  • SolidWorks or other 3D CAD package 


Clinical Data Manager - Santa Rosa

Job Description

The Clinical Data Manager is responsible for managing data management activities within Clinical Affairs to ensure that standards are communicated properly, that timelines are met according to objectives and goals, build data collection systems for clinical studies and activities in the Data Management group are scheduled and addressed, and that the quality of data management deliverables are maintained. The Data Manager also provides supervision and support to Clinical Data Associate(s) and Biostatistician. For studies that are out-sourced the Data Manager will be responsible for vendor management.

OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Responsible for knowing TriVascular Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and fulfilling the requirements of those SOPs
  • Participate in study start up activities such as the development of Case Report Form (CRF) design, Database Specifications, Edit Check Specifications and user information requirements
  • Participates in study maintenance activities such as managing necessary updates to the Case Report Form (CRF) design, Database Specifications, Edit Check Specifications and user information requirements
  • Participates in study close out activities such as data cleaning, locking of Database and assisting with Clinical Study Report
  • Maintains the Data Management Plans for the global clinical studies, including data reviews for routine data monitoring and cleaning
  • Assists in the creation of CRF Completion Guidelines and coordinates their review and approval
  • Assists in the training of Investigators, Study Coordinators and Clinical Research Associates (CRAs) in the CRF, the EDC system, and the completion guidelines to help improve the quality of the data being collected
  • Works with the sites (Pls, Sub-Is and CRCs), Project Manager and CRAs to issue queries and ensure prompt, accurate collection and reporting of data
  • Reviews query responses provided by the investigative sites, including reconciliation of AE/SAE/UADE and other data assessed during internal review
  • Coordinates all data output, including data for internal review, sales/marketing brochures, publications/presentations, safety committees [Clinical Events Committee (CEC) and Data Safety Monitoring Board (DSMB)] and regulatory submissions (Annual Reports, PMAs, Design Dossier, etc.)
  • Supports database and quality audits according to TriVascular SOPs
  • Ensures that project timelines for data deliverables are met by requesting/reviewing metric reports, keeping internal clinical teams informed regarding project status and issues as they arise.
  • Participates in clinical project meetings
  • Assists in the selection and management of vendors necessary to support data management
  • Provides supervision and monitoring support to Clinical Data Associates

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor degree in nursing, science and/or a related discipline or equivalent work experience
  • Knowledge of relational databases (such as InForm, Merge) and experience using clinical data management systems and electronic data management systems, preferably with Merge
  • 5 years of experience in data management, preferably with a medical device company
  • 2 years in a supervisory role with one or more direct reports
  • Thorough knowledge of FDA, ICH and GCP guidelines

CORE COMPETENCIES

  • Excellent written and oral communication and presentation skills
  • Strong organizational skills, flexibility and ability to multi-task
  • Detail-oriented with the ability to view overall goals and timelines
  • Conscientious and precise delivery of work even when under pressure
  • Strong leadership and people management skills
  • Computer literacy in MS Office
WORKING REQUIREMENTS

Willingness to travel approximately 10-20\%, as project needs require, and to participate in clinical trial activities outside of normal business hours.

Click here to apply for the CLINICAL DATA MANAGER position.




Clinical Research Associate - Santa Rosa

Job Description

The Clinical Research Associate is responsible for verifying that the rights and well-being of human subjects are protected and that the reported clinical trial data are accurate, truthful, complete and meet the clinical objectives according to the protocol, TriVascular’s SOPs, GCP and applicable regulatory requirements.

OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Responsible for knowing TriVascular Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and fulfilling the role responsibilities per those SOPs
  • Assists in identifying and evaluating potential investigative sites and continued use of investigative sites
  • From study initiation through study closeout, provides investigative sites the support required to ensure the integrity and quality of the data
  • Attends Investigator Meetings for studies as required.
  • Assists with reviewing and editing study documents, such as the Study Procedure Manual and the Monitoring Plan.
  • Conducts all site visits in accordance with TriVascular’s SOPs, or as the project necessitates
  • Reviews clinical data documented on Case Report Forms (CRFs) at the study site or remotely for accuracy and completeness, generate data management queries, and verifies the accuracy and completeness of adverse event reporting
  • Ensures for the adequacy of regulatory document maintenance at the investigative site, or remotely for site compliance with FDA and IRB/EC reporting requirements
  • Performs investigational device accountability, if needed, and ensures for its safe and secure storage at the investigational site
  • Supervises retrieval and return or other alternate disposition of all unused clinical supplies, study devices and sample supplies, as specified in Trivascular SOPs
  • Assists in the collection of regulatory documentation at the sites
  • Generates timely monitoring visit and contact reports that reflect the status and issues of the site visited/contacted
  • Reports project-specific site issues to the Project Manager
  • Establishes and maintains good working relationships with the investigative site staff and Project Team to facilitate open, timely and productive communication
  • Participates in teleconferences/conference calls as required

QUALIFICATIONS

  • 1-3 years of experience in clinical research, preferably working as a CRA
  • Bachelor degree in nursing, medical science and/or a related discipline
  • Thorough knowledge of FDA, ICH and GCP guidelines

CORE COMPETENCIES

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Excellent organizational skills with ability to multi-task as required
  • Experience with electronic data capture systems (such as InForm, Merge) for clinical trials
  • Confident and influential approach
  • Detail-oriented with the ability to view overall goals and timelines
  • Conscientious and precise delivery of work even when under pressure
  • Computer literacy in MS Office
WORKING REQUIREMENTS

Willingness to travel approximately 40-60\%, as project needs require, and to participate in monitoring activities outside of normal business hours.

Click here to apply for the CLINICAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATE position.



Inventory Control Analyst - Santa Rosa

Job Description

The Inventory Control Analyst acts in a key cross-functional role with Sales & Marketing, Customer Service, Supply Chain and Finance. The primary objective is to provide internal customers with accurate and timely information on the status of remote inventory. The analyst acts as a key contact to ensure inventory accuracy at assigned remote locations, such as hospitals and Rep Stock. This includes daily validation of input of inventory activities, reconciliations, ensuring compliance with established policies, working with cross functional teams to resolve issues and identify process improvements. Ultimately, these activities will drive the enhancement of the company’s inventory management strategy with the aim of maximizing inventory usage across product lines and geography.

OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Monitor compliance with remote inventory policy, follow-up on discrepancies with sales team and management 
  • Monitor case shipments & returns to minimize cycle time of devices shipped for cases
  • Monitor rep stock levels and aging; initiate and follow through on returns/replacements outside of case usages
  • Monitor consignment location levels and aging; initiate and follow through on returns/replacements outside of case usages
  • Coordinate transfers efficiently and accurately
  • Work with Sales & Supply Chain to place devices in strategic locations for optimal case support needs
  • Act as a liaison between field sales organization, Customer Service, Supply Chain and Finance and identify and resolve inventory related issues generated within these areas
  • Facilitate cross-functional meetings to resolve/escalate open issues as needed.
  • Identify/implement process improvements
  • Provide support in conducting and/or coordinating 3rd party physical inventories as required
  • Perform periodic cycle count audits, summarizing results in a clear and concise manner
  • Support annual audit procedures related to inventory existence by external auditors
  • Develop periodic inventory reporting and disseminate to management and sales/customer service
  • Perform ad hoc analysis on inventory as requested
QUALIFICATIONS
  • Bachelor’s degree, preferably in Business
  • 3-5 years Inventory Control experience, preferably in medical device industry or in retail setting / distribution center environment
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, with an emphasis on process improvement, developing and maintaining best practices
PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE and ABILITY
  • Communicate exceptionally well both orally and in writing
  • Operate with a strong integrity-centric ethic
  • Take initiative to meet deadlines
  • Work with minimal supervision
  • Multi-task and manage conflicting priorities
  • Maintain a positive working relationship with customers, co-workers, and others.
  • Customer service orientation
  • Must have the ability to make decisions and solve problems
  • Develop control procedures and maintain effective inventory controls
  • Keep accurate records
  • Knowledge of fulfillment operations
  • Proficient PC application skills, including Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office software
  • Experience with Enterprise Resource Planning systems (i.e., QAD)
  • Familiarity with Salesforce.com
  • Ability to make effective decisions and manage several processes in a fast-paced environment
  • Exposure to various logistics operations with an emphasis on customer service
  • Regulated industry experience (ISO standards, FDA compliance, CE Mark compliance, etc.)
  • US and International shipping procedures, requirements, and regulations.

Director, Information Technology - Santa Rosa

Job Description

The Director, Information Technology will be responsible for the overall planning, strategic direction and day-to-day execution of IT related activities.  In addition, will oversee the prioritization and implementation of projects; ensure that projects align with the technology that best provides maximum return on investment, and direct IT strategy in support of the overall business strategy.      

Must be a strategic thinker, have strong organization and communication skills and the ability to build a high performance team.  The Director, IT will also need to be a strong leader with the ability to manage across all levels of the organization. The individual will be required to be a hands on Manager, working side by side with individuals in the IT department.

OVERALL RESPONSIBILTIES

  • Manage the deployment, monitoring, maintenance, development, upgrade, and support of all IT systems, including servers, PCs, operating systems, telephones, and software applications. 
  • Provide leadership expertise and support during systems upgrades, installations, conversions and file maintenance.
  • Oversee systems development and enhancement and the integration of new systems with existing systems.
  • Communicate with executive management and all users of information services and systems.
  • Manage IT staff, including hiring, training, evaluation, and guidance.
  • Develop the IT staff to meet the changing needs of the users and groups with respect to new projects and technologies.
  • Keep current with the latest technologies and determine what new technology solutions and implementations will meet business and system requirements. 
  • Develop and implement all IT policies and procedures, including those for architecture, security, disaster recovery, standards, purchasing and service provision.
  • Manage servers, security solutions, network hardware and equipment.  
  • Manage telecommunications infrastructure and development plans, projects, policies and procedures.
  • Negotiate and administer vendor, outsourcer and consultant contracts and service agreements.   

QUALIFICATIONS

  • BS degree in computer science or equivalent education and experience, along with advanced technical or management credentials.  
  • 10+ years of progressive IT experience.
  • Demonstrated ability to lead a team of technical staff, work with Executive Management and manage multiple concurrent projects.    
  • Ability to meet deadlines and conduct and direct research into IT issues and products, and take initiative in the development and completion of projects. 
  • Strong project management, organizational and time management skills.
  • Excellent problem-solving, analytical and evaluation skills. 
  • Strong client-service orientation 

PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE and ABILITY

  • Current client/server technology. (LAN/WAN, Internet, Messaging, etc.)
  • Current hardware technologies. (Server, Router, Storage, etc.)
  • Microsoft Project, Office and e-mail, Exchange
  • Current virtualization technologies (VMware)
  • NAS & SAN solutions
  • Network security technologies
  • ERP Systems (QAD equivalent)
  • Web solutions with .NET (C#, VB), JavaScript, ASP, JQuery, SQL Server.
  • SQL Server experience DB Design, SQL, Administration
  • SFDC APEX
  • Application documentation throughout the software development lifecycle
  • The deployment and support of Microsoft Terminal Services and Citrix 
  • Demonstrated presentation, quantitative, analytical, organizational, and follow up skills.
  • Ability to configure and trouble shoot server networks
  • Ability to specify and or develop integrated business solutions in a Commercial Manufacturing environment. 
  • Accomplished communication skills, both oral and written.
  • Ability to work cross functionally.
  • Take initiative to meet deadlines and work with minimal supervision.
  • Manage a multi-task job and appropriately adjust priorities.


Field Trainer / Clinical Specialist - Santa Rosa

Job Description

The Field Trainer/ Clinical Specialist (FTCS) will support the TriVascular sales team nationally by providing in field case support training/mentoring as well as customer service, technical assistance, case planning and case support services to (primarily) established customers.

The FTCS position may require extensive overnight travel of up to 60-80%, frequently on short notice, depending on geography specifics. Should reside in a high (patient) population-density area and/or have access to a major airport.

OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Possess and share superior clinical knowledge of the Company’s products, their clinical applications, instructions for use, and procedural techniques.
  • Provide technical and educational training to physicians and staff on the use of the company’s products. Provide case support, including Operating Room/ procedure support.
  • Provide in the field case support training and mentoring to the Clinical Specialist and Territory Manager with the objective of independent case support. 
  • Prepare case plans and identify recommended devices based on preoperative imaging studies (CT/Angiography) to support physician planning and treatment of patients.
  • Utilize an ethical, consultative approach to support physician and hospital usage of and commitment to the Company’s products.
  • Establish on the spot rapport with physicians and staff in accounts where he/she will be supporting/training the assigned Clinical Specialist or Territory Manager by providing a high level of service and responsiveness and by providing ongoing education and clinical expertise regarding the use of company’s products.
  • Collect and report competitive information to Marketing. 
  • Support company goals, objectives, policies and procedures, including policies regarding customer entertainment and customer relations.
  • Follow FDA and other applicable regulations.
  • Support clinical studies as needed
  • Take on additional responsibilities outside of the scope of this list as business needs and managerial direction dictate.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Five or more years of clinical (hospital or industry) experience in the Operating Room and/or Interventional Suites.  Prior EVAR experience required.
  • Case planning and case support certified with TriVascular devices required.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication (verbal and written) skills, with the ability to effectively interact with stakeholders across a customer site (physicians, staff, purchasing, administration, etc.).
  • Strong initiative and positive attitude, with good problem solving and decision making skills.
  • Strong ethics, teamwork and a customer-centric attitude.
  • Knowledge and ability to utilize Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, internet access and web-based navigation.
  • Ability to travel up to 60-80% with overnight stays.
  • Must be able to lift 50 lbs.

Click here to apply for the FIELD TRAINER / CLINICAL SPECIALIST position


Regional Manager - U.S.

Job Description

The Regional Manager (RM) for TriVascular Sales LLC (a subsidiary of TriVascular, Inc.) will be responsible for building, training, supervising, and directing a team of field sales personnel (Territory Managers and Clinical Specialists) within a specified Region towards attainment of the company’s sales targets.

The RM position may require working weekends and extensive overnight travel (up to 60-80%), depending on Region specifics. 

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Set high performance expectations with regard to recruitment.  Retain only “A” players.  Build a strong personnel “bench”, continuously identifying and recruiting outstanding talent.
  • Train, coach, and inspire team members to establish the industry standard for service and technical excellence.   Lead through personal integrity, excellence, and by example.  
  • Work with territory managers and clinical specialists to prepare and continuously update high impact territory sales plans.  
  • Dynamically monitor and manage plan execution and territory performance to ensure territory and regional quotas are consistently achieved.  
  • Conduct annual performance reviews for all regional team members and provide ongoing coaching/leadership to maximize employee development and performance.
  • Develop and maintain strong relationships with key customers in assigned geography.
  • Possess and share strong clinical knowledge of the Company’s products, their clinical applications, instructions for use, and procedural techniques.
  • Collect and report competitive information to Marketing.  Prepare reports including weekly call reports, weekly expense reports, and other reports as assigned. 
  • Participate in customer meetings, training meetings (internal and external) conferences and/or other relevant meetings.
  • Support company goals, objectives, policies and procedures, including policies regarding customer entertainment and customer relations.  Follow FDA and other applicable regulations.  Ensure that team does the same.
  • Take on additional responsibilities outside of the scope of this list as business needs and managerial direction dictate.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • BS/BA Degree, preferably in Life Sciences, Business or other technical discipline. MBA is a plus. 
  • Ten or more years of successful sales experience, with two or more years in managerial positions.  
  • Professional experience in the Operating Room and/or Interventional Suites required, with prior EVAR success a significant plus.

PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE

  • Excellent leadership, business maturity, interpersonal, and communication (verbal and written) skills.
  • Ability to effectively interact with stakeholders across a customer site (physicians, staff, purchasing, administration, etc.) and within the TriVascular organization.
  • Strong initiative and positive attitude, with strong problem solving and decision making skills.
  • Strong ethics, teamwork, leadership and a customer-centric attitude. 
  • Knowledge and ability to produce and utilize documents in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, internet access and web-based navigation skills.
  • Freedom to work in the EVAR field within a given region/geography.

Click here to apply for the REGIONAL MANAGER position


Territory Manager - U.S.

Job Description

The Territory Manager (TM) for TriVascular Sales LLC (a subsidiary of TriVascular, Inc.) will be responsible for promoting, selling and supporting the company’s EVAR solutions within an assigned territory in order to meet customer (patient and physician) and TriVascular objectives. This position may require working weekends and extensive overnight travel (up to 60-80%), depending on territory specifics. 

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Prepare and continuously update territory sales plan and business database.
  • Utilize an ethical, consultative sales approach to drive physician and hospital usage of and commitment to the Company’s products. 
  • Meet quarterly and annual sales targets as established by the Company.
  • Possess and share superior clinical knowledge of the Company’s products, their clinical applications, instructions for use, and procedural techniques.
  • Provide technical and educational training to physicians and staff on the use of the company’s products.
  • Provide ongoing case support, including Operating Room/ procedure support.
  • Prepare case plans and identify recommended devices based on preoperative imaging studies (CT/Angiography) to support physician planning and treatment of patients.Develop and maintain relationships with physicians and staff in assigned accounts by providing a high level of service and responsiveness and by providing ongoing education and clinical expertise regarding the use of company’s products.Collect and report competitive information to Marketing. 
  • Prepare reports including weekly call reports, weekly expense reports, and other reports as assigned. Participate in customer meetings, training meetings (internal and external) conferences and/or other relevant meetings.
  • Support company goals, objectives, policies and procedures, including policies regarding customer entertainment and customer relations. 
  • Follow FDA and other applicable regulations.
  • Take on additional responsibilities outside of the scope of this list as business needs and managerial direction dictate.
QUALIFICATIONS 
  • BS/BA degree, preferably in Life Sciences, Business, Nursing, or other technical discipline or equivalent work experience.
  • Ten or more years of successful sales and/or clinical experience, including experience in the Operating Room and/or Interventional Suites, or at least five years of sales and/or clinical experience within the vascular field. 
  • Prior EVAR success a significant plus.
PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication (verbal and written) skills, with the ability to effectively interact with stakeholders across a customer site (physicians, staff, purchasing, administration, etc.).
  • Strong initiative and positive attitude, with strong problem solving/decision making skills.Strong ethics, teamwork, and a customer-centric attitude.Knowledge and ability to produce and utilize documents in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, internet access and web-based navigation skills.Ability and willingness to travel and work long hours including weekends to meet business objectives and satisfy patient and physician needs.
  • Possesses an entrepreneurial spirit and a strong preference for a performance based compensation system.Freedom to work in the EVAR field within a given territory/geography.

Clinical Specialist - U.S.

Job Description

The Clinical Specialist (CS) for TriVascular Sales LLC (a subsidiary of TriVascular, Inc.) will support the TriVascular sales team within a specified geography (region/country) by providing customer service, technical assistance, case planning and case support services to (primarily) established customers. The CS position may require extensive overnight travel of up to 60-80%, frequently on short notice, depending on geography specifics. Should reside in a high (patient) population-density area and/or have access to a major airport.

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Possess and share superior clinical knowledge of the Company’s products, their clinical applications, instructions for use, and procedural techniques.
  • Provide technical and educational training to physicians and staff on the use of the company’s products. 
  • Provide case support, including Operating Room/procedure support.
  • Prepare case plans and identify recommended devices based on preoperative imaging studies (CT/Angiography) to support physician planning and treatment of patients.Utilize an ethical, consultative approach to support physician and hospital usage of and commitment to the Company’s products. 
  • Assist in assigned market development projects as assigned by manager.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with physicians and staff in assigned accounts by providing a high level of service and responsiveness and by providing ongoing education and clinical expertise regarding the use of company’s products.
  • Collect and report competitive information to Marketing. 
  • Prepare reports including weekly call reports, weekly expense reports, and other reports as assigned.
  • Participate in customer meetings, training meetings (internal and external) conferences and/or other relevant meetings.
  • Support company goals, objectives, policies and procedures, including policies regarding customer entertainment and customer relations. 
  • Follow FDA and other applicable regulations.
  • Take on additional responsibilities outside of the scope of this list as business needs and managerial direction dictate. 
  • Assignments may include market development activity.
QUALIFICATIONS
  • Prior industry (clinical specialist/sales) experience.
  • Five or more years of clinical (hospital and/or industry) experience in the Operating Room and/or Interventional Suites, with at least two years of vascular experience. 
  • Prior EVAR experience (nurse/tech and/or industry) strongly preferred.
  • Four year degree and/or relevant allied health professional status required. 
PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication (verbal and written) skills, with the ability to effectively interact with stakeholders across a customer site (physicians, staff, etc.).
  • Strong initiative and positive attitude, with good problem solving and decision making skills.
  • Strong ethics, teamwork, and a customer-centric attitude.Knowledge and ability to utilize Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, internet access and web-based navigation.
  • Ability and willingness to travel and work long hours including weekends to meet business objectives and satisfy patient and physician needs.
  • Freedom to work in the EVAR field within a given area/geography.
Click here to apply for the CLINICAL SPECIALIST position

Note to Agencies and Recruiters:

Resumes received by TriVascular from search firms and/or individual recruiters are considered unsolicited, unless a contractual obligation otherwise exists between TriVascular and the entity from which the resume is received.