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.
We Are OMNI
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.
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.
OMNI offers a comprehensive benefits package:
- Healthcare coverage including medical, dental, vision, 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 life insurance (employee/spouse/child), long-term disability insurance, accident and critical illness insurance.
- 401(k) retirement savings plan with aggressive company match
- Time off benefits including vacation, holiday, personal and sick days.
All job listings are for the Raynham headquarters unless noted otherwise.
The Software Engineer will collaborate with OMNI’s innovative robotics product development team to develop state-of-the-art software to enhance and expand our enabling technologies for orthopedic surgeons to help their patients live active and pain-free lives. The incumbent will be responsible for developing and testing software components of the system to ensure they function as planned and comply with medical device software regulation.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Design, development, integration, and deployment of desktop applications for a robot-assisted medical device system in the field of total joint replacement
- Uphold and consistently employ high user experience, software design, documentation, and coding quality standards
- Internalize and follow all proper procedures to ensure compliance of software components and development process with all applicable regulations and safety standards
- Create and update software requirements and software design documentation
- Support Software Quality Assurance verification and validation activities to ensure system quality, functionality, and performance
- Solid Object Oriented software design and development skills
- 3+ years of experience developing C++ desktop applications, preferably on Microsoft Windows
- Experience with version control systems such as TFS, Git
- Strong knowledge of mathematics and geometry
- Excellent interpersonal skills including verbal and written communication, teamwork, and issue resolution
- Strong self-motivation, and professional pride in your work product
- B.S. in Computer Science or equivalent
The OMNI Product Specialist provides technical and clinical support for sales agents and surgeons in the operating room including, but not limited to, case support for OMNIBotics and the complete OMNI product line, field support for OMNIBotics system assembly, and in-service training for hospital personnel. The incumbent works closely with other Sales and Marketing team members to meet goals. This position also assists the Field Deployment team, Product Management, VP of Sales, VP of Marketing, and other OMNI leadership team members with special projects and priorities as needed. BEcause of the significant amount of travel, the location of the hire can be flexible. Proximity to a major airport is helpful.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Provide clinical support in the OR as required for OMNI customers when needed and as directed by Director of Customer Outreach.
- Assist in the implementation of new OMNI account deployments and the maintenance and support of existing OMNI deployments
- Participate in the Maintenance of asset tracking and usage management systems.
- Works with customer service and the OMNIBotics deployment team to assist in the to create and maintain a process for robot deployment orders which leverages systems and technologies currently in place.
- Liaise with Marketing, Operation, Sales teams for data collection, training and implementation activities.
- Serve as one of the primary hotline contacts for technical and clinical support calls for OMNI field needs.
- Create business relationships and generate sales leads with high-level contacts often through face-to-face and client site visits.
- Support domestic and international field demos, training courses, cadaver labs.
- Provide clinical and technical support to Marketing Communications in the production of sales support materials.
- Provides OMNI systems training for new sales agents and internal sales, marketing and other personnel as required.
- Interact closely with cross-functional internal and external teams.
- Other duties as assigned related to training and background.
- Travel up to 60% will be required.
Miniumum Education and Experience
Bachelor's degree (B. S.) from four-year college or university or equivalent; and/or 2-5 years related medical device robotic surgery experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Demonstrated success leading business development. Experience in orthopaedics strongly preferred.
Clinical Research Scientist
The Clinical Research Scientist represents the Company directly to Clinical Research Organizations, clinical sites, investigators, study coordinators, staff members and others in an ethical and consistently reliable manner. Implements clinical studies at participating clinical sites and performs in-house site management by performing the following duties. The incumbent will also assist the CTO, Robotics and other senior managers with special projects and assignments as needed.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Lead/assist with clinical data collection and analysis, and clinical and technical report writing
- Work with Clinical Research, Marketing and New Product Development teams to design and see through relevant clinical studies that demonstrate benefits, safety, and efficacy of OMNI’s robotic and implant products
- Develop clinical study protocols, budgets, IRB submissions with associated documentation (informed consent forms, continuing reviews)
- Travel to clinical sites to assist with New Product Evaluations and Clinical Data Collection; conduct site initiation visits, annual study monitoring visits, study closeout visits
- Works with electronic clinical data collection systems, including Patient Reported (PRO), physician reported, hospital and/or physical therapist reported outcome measures.
- Analyze datasets of clinical data to explore and develop relationships and correlations between inputs and outcome parameters
- Lead the development of Clinical Evaluation Plans and Clinical Evaluation Reports, compliant with MEDDEV 2.7.1 rev 4
- Following-up with clinical collaborators to see studies through to completion
- Lead and author scientific publications in Peer-reviewed journals, and national and international conferences
Minimum Education and Experience
Bachelor’s degree in Applied Science, Biological Science, Engineering, Mathematics, BioStatistics, Informatics, Health Sciences, or relevant field of study required, Master’s preferred. Minimum of five 5 years of relevant experience and minimum 3 years in medical devices/research preferred. Experience in medical device industry, Orthopedics, and Knee and Hip Replacement strongly preferred
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 email@example.com.