Careers with 7D Surgical
We are looking for creative, self-motivated team players who thrive in a fast-paced environment and are up to the challenges of bringing innovative medical devices to market. Due to the volume of applicants we receive, only selected candidates will be contacted for an interview.
Clinical Solutions Specialist – Chicago
At 7D Surgical you will find a vibrant team of curious thinkers leading the change in Canada’s fast-growing medical device industry. Our product has won several awards for the most innovative, enduring, and practical products to treat patients requiring spine and cranial surgery.
The Clinical Solutions Specialist role supports 7D Surgical’s innovative products in the operating room, working closely with clinicians. This role requires a candidate with a strong work ethic, high technical aptitude, strong problem solving and good communication. In addition, the ideal candidate must be a “people person,” forming good relationships with surgeons and operating room staff, as well as establishing credibility and trust quickly. As a representative of 7D Surgical’s new technology, the Clinical Solutions Specialist will play an important role in bringing its benefits to patients by working in operating rooms and other clinical settings to train and support our users.
7D Surgical provides a collaborative environment where you will work with some of the most innovative engineers and experts in the medical device industry. We are looking for talented biomedical engineers or other health sciences majors looking to join our team and use their technical expertise to provide a real clinical impact.
• Become a product expert of 7D Surgical’s technology offering
• Advise surgeons and staff on all aspects of the technology and products
• Be a resource to hospitals, managing customer requests, feedback, and support
• Work closely with sales, providing assistance with clinical evaluations, demonstrations, trade-shows, and lead generation
• Translate customer feedback, issues, and requests to Engineering and Quality and Regulatory teams
• Based in the Chicago area
• Bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering or related medical/health/clinical sciences degree
• Strong interpersonal and communication skills
• Strong communication of technical subjects to a wide range of audiences
• Quick analytical thinking and problem-solving skills
• Independent worker, strong work ethic, and self-motivated
• Experience with surgical navigation technologies
• OR experience
• Strong computer literacy
• Understanding of PACS, DICOM, networking
• Ability and willingness to travel throughout the United States
• Long hours at times
• Flexible day-to-day availability and schedule