Join a Dynamic and Innovative Team

If you are a highly-motivated, goal-oriented individual seeking a position where you can join an innovative team that truly improves patients’ lives, you should read on.
OMNI designs, manufactures and distributes orthopaedic solutions for knees and hips – implants, instruments, navigation and robotic systems. Our employees come from a rich array of experience, skill-sets and backgrounds, but share one important characteristic – the ability to collaborate towards the common goal of creating the superlative orthopaedic products for which OMNI is known.

Why Work for OMNI

When you are part of the OMNI team, you will have the opportunity to grow and develop your skills and talents based on your strengths and potential. You will work with and learn from our exceptional team members. You will contribute to creating products that truly change peoples’ lives.


At OMNI we recognize that each team member makes a meaningful contribution to our success. We require that each lives OMNI values.

Customers First, Always

We strive for high performance and exceptional service to benefit surgeons, patients and investors.

Creative and Courageous Risk Takers

We act with speed, agility, integrity and accountability to support our internal and external partners.


We produce high quality programs and products to improve surgeon and hospital efficiencies and enhance patient satisfaction.

Meaningful Innovation

We transform new ideas into solutions that provide value to our surgeons, patients and employees.

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OMNI is Hiring

We are seeking new team members who share our passion for excellence, innovation and collaboration.

• To apply or inquire about an employment opening please contact:
• For internship opportunities, please email:

Benefits Program

OMNI offers a comprehensive benefits package:

  • Healthcare coverage including medical, dental, and prescription drug policies.
  • Other company paid insurance coverage including company paid life, disability, and accidental death and dismemberment insurance
  • Voluntary insurances coverage such as assition life insurance (employee/spouse/child) and long-term disability insurance
  • 401(k) retirement savings plan with aggressive company match
  • Time off benefits including vacation, holiday, personal and sick days.

Job Listings:

All job listings are for the Raynham headquarters unless noted otherwise.

Product Manager

Plans, organizes, and controls an assigned product line from conceptual stages through product life cycles to optimize profit and meet marketing, financial, and corporate growth objectives by performing duties listed below. The Product Manager works across all levels and specialty disciplines of staff within the Marketing Department as well as members of the Sales Agent Team. The assist the Director of Product Management, Implants with special assignments as needed.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Assist the Director of Product Management, Implants and the Vice President of Marketing in all aspects of new product introductions, including developing and communicating launch packages, collaterals, and plans.
  • Participates in the development of overall product strategy, including the research, development and manufacturing requirements for new and emerging products.
  • Participates in and uses technical product development and manufacturing schedules and activities to estimate potential product line profitability and release to production expectations.
  • Manages day-to-day progress of product line.
  • Provides technical expertise and training to other departments in support of product development initiatives.
  • Conducts marketing analysis to develop product definitions.
  • Collaborates with a wide variety of functional areas such as sales, engineering, marketing, manufacturing, and operations to enhance or improve existing products
  • Develops and maintains a prioritized list of customer/ market requirements for product.
  • Develops marketing, sales, engineering, and financial plans for product line.
  • Provides financial and technical justification for product selection and definition.
  • Prepares product development objectives and schedules for all phases of product development and introduction to market.
  • Conducts market research and identifies and tracks market trends in company's industry.
  • Produces competitive analysis materials comparing product with its key competitors.
  • Identifies partnering opportunities for complementary third-party products to broaden company's product line.
  • Participates in key sales situations for the product.
  • Maintains communications and contacts to collect and analyze technical, financial, schedule, and sales information for product line.
  • Participates in activities designed to make surgeons and sales agents competent in the use of our product.
  • Develop sales enablement tools in collaboration with marketing communications.
  • Works closely with the Associate Product Manager and others on marketing priorities.
  • Tracks, collates, and maintains inventory of marketing event materials.
  • Attends and presents at trade show exhibits, promotions and participates in trade shows and sales education and training.
  • Provides direction to the Associate Product Managers on special assignments and projects.
  • Other duties as assigned related to training and background.

Minimum Education and Experience

Bachelor's degree (B. S.) from four-year college or university or equivalent; and/or 7-10 years related medical device product management/product marketing experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Demonstrated success developing and managing product road maps, launch plans and sales enablement tools. Significant experience in forecasting market demand and product line revenue is required.  Experience in medical device required, orthopaedics strongly preferred. 

Purchasing Administrator/Associate Buyer

 The Purchasing Administrator/Associate Buyer works directly with members of the Supply Chain and Operations teams to process and maintain transactions associated with the quoting, sourcing, expediting and delivery of inventory and assets for the Company.


Duties and Responsibilities

  • Purchase Orders (POs)
    • Creates/Assembles Purchase Order Packages (including assembling prints, drawing, designs, inspection criteria and other regulated documentation) and revisions to the same.
    • Executing Buy Reports
    • Creates PO’s
    • Verifies pricing on all purchased good and escalates when discrepancies are found
    • Creates and maintains purchase requisition and planning cycle orders
    • Follow up as needed to ensure all packages are complete and up to date
  • PO Packages – Review and verification
  • Confirm related information from Suppliers and ensure warehouse management systems are updated accordingly (Soloman)
  • Attend regular supplier meetings in order to drive performance
    • Maintain dynamic performance records for review against plan
  • Monitor and process Non-Conforming Material Review (NCMR) documents
    • Execute and close loop on NCMR dispositions (i.e. rework, RTS, Scrap)
  • Transactions
    • Purchase Order Receipts
    • Daily Planning Sheet Transactions (Inventory Downloads, WIP)
    • Update Items Master (output of DCO)
    • Maintain order status and related updates in Excel

Minimum Education and Experience

Associates degree preferred and/or 1-3 years related experience in expediting and other administrative tasks associated with purchasing or sourcing. Ability to work as part of a team in a fast paced environment.  Ability to effectively manage multiple priorities and meet deadlines.  Strong attention to detail and well as strong organizational and PC skills (i.e. Word, Excel, Outlook and other MS products). Experience in medical device, preferably orthopaedics, helpful.  

Director, Regulatory Affairs 

Managing a small regulatory team, the Regulatory Director assures all government and international report systems and documentation comply with regulatory requirements by performing the following duties personally or through subordinate supervisors.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Ultimately responsible for managing and directing the Regulatory department and associated activities in accordance with domestic and international regulatory requirements (EU, Canada and OUS) and compliance standards as they relate to the company’s corporate objectives.
  • Coordination, preparation, support, submission and approval of all domestic and international marketing approval applications, product registrations, IDEs and Technical Documentation for new and existing products.
  • Support Import/Export activities; primary contact for FDA inspection of Import shipments.
  • Communication within department of Company strategic goals.
  • Serve as FDA Official Correspondent and primary contact for all domestic and international regulatory agencies and issues including MDRs and vigilance reports.
  • Responsible for identifying and initiating contracts for 3rd Party Regulatory and Quality System registrations and associated activities, as required.
  • Ensure up-to-date Regulatory and Quality Compliance System information is disseminated throughout the company, as appropriate.
  • Monitor and coordinate multiple large projects and guide cross-functional departments on Regulatory requirements.
  • Consider departmental resource allocation, staffing, budget and manage ongoing issues within the department.
  • Ensure that Marketing literature and product changes conform to all appropriate Regulatory requirements.
  • Participate on project teams for purposes of identifying Regulatory requirements for market clearance or clinical trials.
  • Plan for and coordinate meetings with domestic and international Regulatory agencies for purposes related to registration, market approval or resolution of compliance related issues.
  • Evaluate reports of internal and external problems and complaints to determine the need for field corrective action.
  • Responsible for the overall performance and support of internal and external audits as scheduled by Lead Auditor.
  • Other duties as assigned related to training and background.

Minimum Education and Experience

Bachelor degree (B.A.) or equivalent or seven to ten years directly related experience and/or training in medical device; or equivalent combination of education and experience.  Experience in FDA and ISO regulated environments and GMPs.  Orthopedics or joint reconstruction highly preferred.


Quality Engineer 

Responsible for maintenance of the Quality System related to new products, supplier support and inspection activities.  Position requires flexible application of Quality System to company goals, creative problem solving skills and ability to motivate cross-functional team members at all levels of the company.   

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Plan and conduct the analysis, inspection, design, test and integration to assure the quality of assigned orthopedic devices.
  • Devise sampling procedures and design and develop forms and instructions for recording, evaluating, and reporting quality and reliability data.
  • Ensure compliance to the quality and reliability data.
  • Provide Quality engineering support to various departments ensuring all products manufactured conforms to quality standards, specifications, GMP's, and all medical device regulations (e.g. FDA, ISO).
  • Non-conforming product review and disposition; investigation of deviations/returned goods and implementation of appropriate and effective corrective actions to improve product quality and output.
  • Create and initiate changes to quality system documents using the DCO system. Train quality staff as necessary.
  • Implement Quality System improvement metrics.
  • Perform Quality reviews of design documentation for compliance with regulatory standards.
  • Apply statistical process control (SPC) methods for analyzing data to evaluate the current process and process changes.
  • Write and manage IQ/QQ/PQ activities.
  • Perform Supplier quality system audit and report the results of such audits to management.
  • Manage workflow of incoming products.
  • Other duties as assigned related to training and background.

Minimum Education and Experience

B.S in engineering; 3-5 years related experience and/or training in medical device, or equivalent combination of education and experience.  Experience in FDA and ISO regulated environments and GMPs., Orthopedics or joint reconstruction highly preferred.


Senior Development Engineer

The Senior Development Engineer researches, plans, and designs mechanical and electromechanical products and systems, and directs and coordinates activities involved in development, manufacture, operation and repair of mechanical or electromechanical products.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Researches and analyzes data such as customer design proposal, specifications, and manuals to determine feasibility of design or application.
  • Designs products or systems such as orthopedic implants, instruments and associated test and/or inspection fixtures.
  • Plans, directs and coordinates development project activities to ensure products and systems conform to engineering design and customer specifications.
  • Evaluates and recommends design modifications to improve implants and instruments.
  • Completes Risk Analyses, DFMEA, concept generation, 3D modeling, drawing creation, tolerance analysis, etc.

Minimum Education and Experience

  • BS or MS in Mechanical or Biomedical Engineering
  • 5-8 years product development experience, in preferably medical orthopedic devices
  • Experience working in the surgical navigation/robotics orthopedics field
  • Experience working with cross functional teams and with end users to develop user needs/requirements
  • Experience working in system projects involving software, hardware, instruments and implants
  • Solid background with 3D modeling and detailing engineering drawings (SolidWorks preferred)
  • Thorough understanding of design principles, design control, FEA, FMEA and tolerance analyses, medical device regulations
  • Able to handle organizational changes / multiple priorities / limited resources
  • Experienced with design of experiments, writing test protocols and reports

Field Inventory Control Associate

The Field Inventory Control Associate works directly with members of the Supply Chains and Operations teams to track, maintain, reconcile and ultimately improve the accuracy of information pertaining to inventory (both implants and instrumentation) as it moves through a highly transactional lifecycle.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Monitor and maintain inventory levels at 3rd party logistics distribution facilities (3pl facilities)
    • Transact, capture and verify daily movement of inventory.
    • Organize and verify weekly replenishments to the 3pl facility.
  • Maintain inventory levels of field consignments.
    • Ensure transactional replenishment occur and are recorded
    • Transact and record daily movements of field inventory
    • Monitor, verify, recommend inventory levels
    • Distribution Requirements Planning (DRP) – through on-going monitoring, back order validity and other activities ensure balance between supply and demand in the distribution cycle)
  • Schedule physical counts
  • Monitor/conduct expired inventory reporting and processing so that expired product can be retrieved
  • Maintain data and tools involving physical movement, transaction integrity, router creations, etc.

Minimum Education and Experience

Bachelors’ degree preferred and/or 1-2 years related experience in expediting and other administrative tasks associated with purchasing, sourcing or tracking of inventory.  Ability to work as part of a team in a fast paced environment.  Ability to effectively manage multiple priorities and meet deadlines.  Strong attention to detail, organizational and PC skills with an emphasis on MS Excel.   Experience with accounting and/or warehouse management systems such as Solomon or Savant is helpful.  Experience in medical device is helpful as well


OMNI is always eager to talk to distributors who have surgical products experience.

If you are interested in representing OMNI, a company that is at the forefront of hip and knee implant technology and provides solutions to enhance surgeons ability to achieve their goals,  please contact

OMNI Employment Opportunities
OMNI is seeking a highly-motivated, goal-oriented individual looking to join an innovative team that truly improves patients’ lives.