The primary responsibilities of the Field Clinical Engineer I (FCE) for Neuromodulation and Pelvic Health are the introduction, implementation and follow-up of clinical studies; support of research and development in evaluating concepts for new products the modification of existing devices; serving as a technical resource between engineering, clinical research, and the medical community. Among these responsibilities, the highest priority is given to the support of clinical studies.
- Responsible for identifying investigators, presenting protocols for a study, assisting investigators in product application, and submitting status reports on all programs.
- Typically present during initial implant to determine how the product interacts with a human body.
- Support research and development in evaluating concepts of new products and modifying existing devices or therapies.
- Individuals in this role are often publishing data and findings in journals and may have existing patents and/or patent applications
- This position is applicable when complex products are involved in clinical trials.
- Provides technical support to clinical study sites by serving as the technical resource between engineering and the medical community.
Qualification & Experience:
- Neuromodulation device training or knowledge strongly preferred.
- Experience in clinical studies and/or trial site management/protocols.
- Experience in biomedical engineering, hospital/clinic or medical sales.
- Experience at Medtronic or within the medical device industry
- Experience collaborating with cross functional clinical partners/customers, physicians and/or medical sales colleagues in the healthcare industry
- 0 years of experience required
- Experience in Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and/or regulatory compliance guidelines for clinical trials.
- Bachelor’s degree required
- Experience in the management of clinical devices.
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: Boston, MA, US
Application Deadline: N/A