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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

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


Sr. Statistical Programmer - Santa Rosa

Job Description

The Statistical Programmer designs, develops, evaluates and modifies computer programs to analyze and evaluate clinical data. Recognizes inconsistencies and initiates resolution of data problems.  Implements data management plans designed to meet project and protocol deadlines; provides expertise in the design and development of clinical trials, protocols and case report forms. We will consider a remote worker for this opportunity.

OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Responsible for the collection and analysis of Clinical data included in regulatory reports and product marketing presentations
  • Implements the use of software systems and processes to query and filter Clinical data as used in reports of various types
  • Generate analysis datasets, tables, figures, and listings to support the analysis of clinical trials data
  • Generate SDTM domains, and ADaM datasets
  • Perform quality control for SAS programs and other study documents (e.g., presentations and reports)
  • Document the quality control review process
  • Review output across programs to ensure consistency
  • Provide programming support to supplemental or exploratory analyses for regulatory agencies or any other internal and external ad-hoc requests
  • Liaises with internal and external teams to meet project specific goals
  • Participates in project related meeting and appropriately interacts with team
  • Participates in Study Start-up activities
  • Review CRFs, edit check specifications, and table mock-ups
  • Assist in creation of table mockups 
  • Review study documents (SAP, DMP, etc.)
  • Train and mentor new programmers
  • Program data cleaning checks, as necessary, to facilitate Data Management's data cleaning activities
  • Establish and maintain strong internal customer relationships and communication
  • Understand and comply with core standard operating procedures and working instructions
  • Participate in the development and/or maintenance of departmental procedures and standards

QUALIFICATIONS

  • BS degree in Statistics, Mathematics, or Computer Science or in a related field
  • Minimum of 5 years Medical Device/Pharmaceutical/CRO industry experience as a clinical trial SAS Programmer
  • Knowledge of other programming languages and database tools (such as MS Access, SQL) preferred
  • Prior experience using computerized information systems, email and MS Office Suite applications including Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint preferred
  • Demonstrates extensive knowledge with industry standards, such as the ICH guidelines, CDISC data structures, 21 CFR Part 11, and FDA guidelines
  • Excellent organizational skills, time management, and ability to coordinate workload and meet established deadlines
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to effectively interface with others
  • Excellent communication skills (oral and written)
  • Values project timeliness
  • Creative thinker
  • Focused and exhibits ability to read trends in large sets of data  
  • Must prioritize projects and work accurately and efficiently
  • Strong interpersonal and organizational skills
  • Ability to work independently
  • Willing to travel up to 10%



Director, Clinical Affairs - Santa Rosa

Job Description

The Director of Clinical Affairs is responsible for providing strategic direction and oversight for all functional activities involving the execution of TriVascular’s global clinical programs. The Director provides leadership and direction to the Clinical Affairs team, and is responsible for conducting studies in compliance with FDA and other International Regulations. This includes ensuring that the appropriate infrastructure, including policies and procedures, are in place to meet all clinical and regulatory requirements and achieve the global business objectives.

OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Develops U.S. and international clinical strategies to achieve clinical objectives that are in alignment with the overall business goals. 
  • Overall management of all phases of clinical programs from start-up through close-out.
  • Represents Clinical Affairs on cross-functional project teams and collaborates closely with Clinical Marketing, Regulatory, Quality and R&D.
  • Selects and oversees external vendors, including contract research organizations (CRO), Central Institutional Review Boards (IRB), and Core Laboratories.
  • Prepares clinical study protocols, case report forms (CRF), statistical analysis plans, data management plans, and monitoring plans.
  • Oversight of the Data Safety Monitoring Board (DSMB) and Clinical Events Committee (CEC).
  • Responsible for developing, monitoring and reporting metrics designed to improve and assess trial performance, including speed and effectiveness of site start-up, training, speed and accuracy of screening, recruitment, protocol adherence, data collection and safety reporting.
  • Prepares clinical trial budgets, project plans and deliverables for each clinical program and leads the team to achieve those objectives. 
  • Develops an efficient and organized system for updating senior management and staff on clinical study progress.
  • Review and approve Document Change Orders (DCO) with clinical data content on behalf of Clinical Affairs.
  • Provides leadership and oversight of all Clinical Affairs personnel including recruiting, hiring, performance reviews, development, and project assignments. 

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s degree and/or advanced degree in nursing, medical science and/or a related discipline or equivalent work experience.
  • 10 years of experience in Clinical Affairs with a medical device company, preferably with implantable Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) or other peripheral vascular devices.
  • Demonstrated leadership skills and the ability to mentor, coach and develop employees in a fast-paced, team oriented organization.
  • Excellent verbal/written communication, teamwork, and interpersonal skills across multiple functions.
  • Strong project management skills.
  • Established credibility and reputation within the profession.
  • Thorough knowledge FDA and other International Regulations, including: 21 CFR Part 820, ISO 13485, CMDCAS, and Good Clinical Practice (GCP) Guidelines.
  • Willingness to travel approximately 25-40% (U.S. and International), as project needs require, and to participate in Clinical Affairs activities outside of normal business hours.


Human Resources Coordinator - Santa Rosa

Job Description

The HR Coordinator will provide direct support to the Human Resources Department. This position will perform day to day administrative support duties associated with Recruiting, Human Resources, benefits, training and other special HR projects. Other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Note that this position requires very strong computer skills.

OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES

Recruiting

  • Provide direct support to the onsite recruiter. Duties to include: interview scheduling, job postings, background screenings, spreadsheet creation and maintenance, distribution and tracking of candidate paperwork, working within ADP applicant tracking system.
  • Maintain TV job announcements and post all external jobs on a variety of selected job boards.
  • Coordinate candidate travel and process candidate interview travel expenses.
  • Work with offsite vendors to coordinate paperwork and appointments for candidate and employee drug screens, vaccinations and other inoculations. 

Human Resources

  • Partner with HR to deliver new hire orientation along with all on boarding materials, including tracking of new hire paperwork.
  • Support HR with benefits administration i.e., distribution and tracking of benefit paperwork, responding to employee benefit inquiries, assisting with annual open enrollment and processing benefit provider invoices.
  • Process personnel changes and assist in management and maintenance of ADP Portal.
  • Coordinate and schedule training sessions as needed within company established guidelines.
  • Perform miscellaneous office support and special projects. Produce forms and documents as needed to support HR function. Ordering departmental supplies and updating recruiting and human resources forms as needed. Preparing and maintaining personnel files for new employees/contractors. Perform filing on a regular basis.
  • Participate in special projects as needed.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • B.A. degree preferred in related field or equivalent work experience with 1-3 years related experience working in Human Resources and/or Recruiting. 
  • Must have professional experience supporting customers, clients and candidates.
  • Prior experience working with sensitive and confidential information.
  • Microsoft Office Applications including: Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
  • ADP Workforce Now platform and/or other HRIS experience.
  • Demonstrated ability to handle detailed work accurately and quickly.
  • Ability to manage a large and varying work load, ensuring timely and accurate completion of assigned work.
  • General knowledge of HR labor and compliance laws.
  • Working knowledge of benefits administration.
  • Strong oral communication skills and excellent writing skills.
  • High regard for excellent customer service.
  • Take initiative to meet deadlines and to work with general supervision.
  • Interpret and apply policies and procedures appropriately.
  • Problem solve and analyze tasks.
  • Ability to exercise sound judgment and work with confidential or sensitive material.

Click here to apply for the HR COORDINATOR position


Sr. Design Assurance Engineer - Santa Rosa

Job Description

The Sr. Design Assurance Engineer will provide engineering support in the development of new products and processes, including the maintenance of effective quality systems. This position will partner with the R&D and Process Engineering groups to develop, monitor, and maintain a comprehensive quality control program for the manufacture of medical devices. She/he will provide ongoing support in the execution of process and test method validations and the analysis of process capability studies. Other duties assigned as needed.

OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Maintains QSR systems, including activities related to pre-production quality assurance procedures, pre-clinical testing programs, and post production QSR compliance.
  • Maintains and archives product design history files throughout the development process in accordance with company procedures, ensuring that customer requirements are incorporated into well-defined design inputs and product specifications that can be objectively verified. 
  • Develops design verification test plans and leads validation of new packaging designs, shelf-life studies, and biocompatibility studies of materials.
  • Works with the Manufacturing, Clinical Affairs, Sales and Marketing, and Research and Development functions to coordinate pilot production of new products.
  • Coordinates the identification, assignment, monitoring, and completion of product improvement projects.  
  • Assists Regulatory Affairs Department in preparation of regulatory submissions and interfaces with the FDA or other regulatory agencies during on-site audits.
  • Ensures that customer requirements and field experience are incorporated into well-defined design inputs and product specifications for new product development. 
  • Provides support in the rapid evaluation and resolution of product complaints and/or potential product safety issues.
  • Evaluates, reviews and updates the product risk analysis documents to ensure risk controls adequately address and minimize potential patient safety risks in terms of user interface, design integrity, and process variation.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • B.S. Degree in Engineering. 5+ years experience in a medical device field or equivalent or M.S. with 3+ years experience.
  • Work with and coordinate efforts with numerous departments within the company. 
  • Take initiative to meet deadlines and to work with limited supervision.
  • Utilize a PC with MS Word and Excel.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE

  • QSR Systems, i.e. 21 CFR Part 820 and EN ISO 13485:2012.
  • Medical Device Directives
  • Canada’s Medical Device Regulations
  • EN ISO 14971:2012, Medical devices - Application of risk management to medical devices 
  • EN ISO 25539-1:2009, Cardiovascular Implants – Endovascular devices – Part1: Endovascular prostheses


Manufacturing / Process Development Engineer - Santa Rosa

Job Description

Process Development and Manufacturing Engineers within TriVascular are passionate about driving excellence in the manufacturing of quality Medical Devices. They are dynamic in nature and relentless at discovering opportunities to improve the systems around them. They are intimate with cutting edge process technologies and are responsible for implementing process improvements while supporting the introduction of new products to the market. 

OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Supports manufacturing personnel and creates systems to aid in the production of multiple medical device families
  • Support new product development through engagement with the R&D group and guides Design For Manufacturing activities in the early phases of projects
  • Drives appropriate resolutions to manufacturing issues ensuring excellence in quality, cost and delivery
  • Participates and engages with multiple team members across all functional groups within TriVascular
  • Identifies operational waste and institutionalizes systems to improve TriVascular Core Operational Metrics – Throughput, Yield, Output, Productivity and Compliance
  • Accurately applies statistics and sound logical thinking to evaluate and understand manufacturing processes and makes robust recommendations for improvements
  • Coordinates the work of assigned technicians and takes responsibility for their results.
  • Maintains accurate manufacturing documentation
  • Aligns systems throughout the product Value Stream to create value for all customers 
  • Focus on long term success by standardizing processes, eliminating variation and seeks perfection
  • Provide technical support for root cause analysis, identifies corrective actions and implement effective controls 
  • Adheres to all TriVascular policies and procedures by being up to date with all TriVascular training requirements
  • Well versed in the implementation of Lean Principles and Six Sigma methodologies
  • Creates risk assessments and implements controls to mitigate risks as they are identified 

QUALIFICATIONS

  • B.S. Degree in Engineering with 0-2 years’ experience
  • Experience leading Process Validation efforts with new product process development in an FDA regulated manufacturing environment is highly desired. Experience in medical device field is extremely beneficial
  • Understanding of Nitinol, PTFE, or Catheter based Delivery Systems is preferred
  • The ability to successfully perform on cross functional teams and understands the importance of team work
  • Exposure to the use of continuous improvement tools such as Visual Management Systems, A3’s, DFMA and 6-Sigma
  • Excellent analytical abilities and experienced with the use of Statistics to solve problems
  • Understanding of SPC and the ability to use this information to eliminate variation

PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE

  • Experienced user of Statistical Process Control (SPC)
  • Exposure to creating and interpreting research through the use Design of Experiments
  • Performed Process Validation by creating and executing protocols, reports, testing and reviews
  • Knowledge of 21 CFR Part 820 and regulatory requirements for Medical Devices
  • ISO 13485:2003, Medical Devices and ISO 14971:2007, Medical Devices
  • Familiarity with Quality Management Systems
  • Application of Risk Management as it pertains to Medical Devices
  • Implemented Design for Manufacturing/Assembly within new product development


Principal Engineering Technician - Santa Rosa

Job Description

The Principal Engineering Technician is responsible for developing new or improving existing manufacturing processes and equipment for medical devices and components. This role will provide technical and logistical support as required in all phases of development in a manufacturing environment. This individual may be responsible for some and/or all the following: prototyping test set-ups, tooling/fixturing design and assembly, generating test reports, data analysis and assistance in process validation. In addition, this role will troubleshoot and remedy equipment malfunctions as well as assist engineers as required.

OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Develop prototyping and production ready manufacturing fixtures/tooling for adaptation on current and future equipment.
  • Fabricate working prototypes of test fixtures and recommend equipment performance enhancements and/or design changes.
  • Develop and perform test method and process validations and qualifications for equipment and fixtures.
  • Assist with completing print and assembly specifications and schematics for fixtures, tooling and equipment.
  • Perform troubleshooting for equipment, fixturing and tooling.
  • Generate test reports and appropriate detailed statistical data.
  • Maintain a comprehensive and accurate laboratory notebook.
  • Propose creative ideas to solve existing problems.
QUALIFICATIONS
  • A.A. in a technical field and/or equivalent education and work experience required or equivalent work experience.  
  • 8+ years experience in medical device industry required.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE
  • Project management principles. 
  • Statistical Software such as Minitab.
  • Machine shop skills. TIG welding a plus.
  • Electro-Mechanical devices and control systems. PLC ladder logic competency a plus. 
  • SolidWorks or other 3D CAD package.
  • Proficiency in the assembly of machine control systems including electrical box wiring and installation of sensors, motion control systems, relays, etc.
  • Read and interpret engineering drawings, specs, schematics, 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.
  • Manage a multi-task job and appropriately adjust priorities.
  • Interpret and apply policies and procedures appropriately.
  • Utilize a PC with MS Word, Access, Visio and Excel.

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.