Surgical Technical Expert

  • Gyroscope
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Closing by 31/10/2019
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Location: Ambler, PA

Gyroscope: Vision for Life

Gyroscope Therapeutics is building something special – a company to preserve people’s sight and fight the devastating impact of blindness around the world. And if we are successful, our gene therapies and surgical devices will offer people the chance to see what they otherwise would have missed.

To be successful we need the right people. People who have passion for helping patients. People who can work as one toward a common goal, have fun and together bring forward the best ideas. People who celebrate success and embrace failure as an opportunity to learn and grow. If you are one of these people, we would love to meet you.

 What we expect you to do:

Provide clinical support for all hands-on Skills Development training and R&D development work

Managing training execution, follow-up training and clinical site surgery support for Surgeons and Clinical Staff

Develop detailed procedure training plans for execution, including budgets, facility, faculty and content needs

Design and refine processes for logistics and metrics tracking for continued program improvement

Partner cross-functionally on strategy, planning and execution for procedure development, clinical trials and commercial launch activities

Provide insight and feedback to appropriate internal stakeholders to ensure optimized results from the procedure training

Work directly with Procedure Training Operations to manage training facility equipment, supplies, instruments and materials necessary for the successful execution of Skills Development Training and R&D Program support

Work directly with training facilities to schedule labs, review invoices and handle discrepancies as necessary

What we want to see in your skills and experience:

Clinical degree such as an RN or PA or Surgical Tech, technically trained in the ophthalmic, preferably retina space or Biomedical Engineer with medical device experience, preferably in ophthalmology

Demonstrated ophthalmic, preferably retina, surgical procedure experience including utilization and knowledge of procedures, instruments and equipment.

Experience in the operating room environment.

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