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Clinical Applications Specialist Neurosurgery

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Clinical Applications Specialist Neurosurgery

Location: Washington DC

Our client is a global leader in non-invasive neurosurgical treatments. They are looking for several Clinical Applications Specialists in the greater NYC and DC areas. These roles are home office based with extensive travel.

The Clinical Applications Specialist position provides a dynamic and challenging multi-disciplinary working opportunity. We are looking for highly motivated individuals with strong technical, analytical, and interpersonal skills to fill a regional position within the fast-growing Clinical Applications Neurosurgical team in North America.

The ideal candidate:

* Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree (in Biomedical Engineering, Neuroscience or Medical Physics)

* Able to work autonomously and professionally

* Committed to address customer needs and achieve company/team goals and deadlines

* Fast learner with critical thinking skills

* Creative; Able to find optimal techno-clinical solutions to first-time-seen problems

* Ability to perform well under pressure

* Able to lecture in front of large audiences

* Work effectively with scientific customers, clinical personnel and with other company employees

* Ability to travel up to 60% of time, including weekends, sometimes with short notice and at times internationally

* Able to work in an MR Environment and clinical setting (experience in such a setting is preferred)


* For new and existing treatment centers, the person in this role will train and guide clinical personnel and account/business employees

* Participate in onsite treatment support to develop and promote the knowledge base of users in the designated region

* Demonstrate expertise and in-depth understanding in all aspects of the technology

* Create technical engineering documentation in form of reports, presentations and operating procedures

* Work in a fast-paced and growing environment with many teams including technical and site development to be the technical liaison between the company and clinical users

* Domestic and international (Americas) traveling of at least 60% of the time. Periodically required to work weekends and nights and may be required to engage in overnight travel

* Scientific Degree of biomedical/neuroscience/medical research experience (Bachelor’s degree or higher – preferred)

* Hands-on experience in one of the following specialty areas: MRI, ultrasound, Operating Room

* Experience in the guidance of medical personnel and with complex multi-disciplinary products – preferred

* Must have a valid driver’s license and passport


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