Medrobotics is an equal opportunity employer with the following open positions at its New England facility over the next 6 months:

Field Clinical Engineer (open):


DEPARTMENT: Clinical/Regulatory

REPORTS TO: Director, Field Clinical Engineering



PURPOSE: To provide training and clinical support on Medrobotics Corporation products


    • Participate in the design and development of study training programs.

    • Provide worldwide technical and case support for clinical and post market studies.

    • Facilitate with site selection, initiation, audits, and closure.

    • Coordinate and assist with cadaver and on-site training for physicians and allied professionals.

    • Assist sales and marketing with market release of new products.

    • Participate in product validation.

    • Provide support for product development and operations.

    • Attend professional meetings and scientific symposia.

    • Function independently while maintaining professional relationships, both in-house and at sites.

    • Other duties as assigned.


The ideal candidate will provide expert technical and clinical support for the clinical study sites by attending cases and acting as the conduit between the site and the company. Specifically, this position will be responsible for physician training, case coverage, follow-up support, troubleshooting, customer service, and education to sites worldwide.


    • Minimum of 5 years in clinical research.

    • Experience that includes case support and training on clinical protocols.

    • Working knowledge of FDA and European regulations as they pertain to clinical study conduct, GCP, and other standards, policies and regulations.

    • Minimum of three years of experience working in the field of cardiology or medical devices within a clinical setting.

    • Bachelor's degree or equivalent.

    • Excellent written, computer, and verbal communication skills

    • Travel at least 75-80% of the time, both domestic and international.

Qualified and interested candidates are requested to attach a brief resume to an email and send to with 'Field Clinical Engineer' in the Subject line. Thank you for your interest in Medrobotics Corporation.




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