Careers

At Avation Medical, we are seeking candidates who are driven by the desire to bring innovative medical technologies to market.

Candidates that are intellectually curious, motivated by cutting edge technology, and energized by working with a diverse team of professionals are strongly encouraged to apply.

Considered applicants must be:

  • Self-empowered leaders who take individual ownership.
  • Energetic and enjoy working in a fast-paced environment.
  • Open to new ideas and view-points in a team environment.

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seeking exceptional candidates who are determined to make a difference

Senior Software Manager – Connected Devices

Los Angeles, CA or Columbus, OH – Headquarters

Apply your creativity and passion to a growing, innovative medical device company that is working to improve patients' lives. We take pride in a truly entrepreneurial environment, unique technical challenges and a collaborative culture. We welcome you to explore Avation and be part of a talented group and an exciting company..

Key Responsibilities

As a key member of the Avation R&D team focused on the development of innovative neuromodulation systems, you will:

  • Lead development of Application software for Avation neuromodulation devices.
  • Hands-on software architect to design and develop iOS, Android and Cloud applications.
  • Incorporate User Input, Human Factors and Architecture in developing Mobile Apps.
  • Define and implement Cybersecurity protocols for Firmware, App and Cloud environment.
  • Design and develop API’s for data management and information on Cloud.
  • Define, establish, execute and lead software verification and validation activities.
  • Support data analysis, predictive modeling, Artificial Intelligence and machine learning.
  • Develop software system in accordance with IEC 62304, IEC 62366 and HIPAA.
  • Support clinical studies, regulatory submission and product pipeline expansion.
  • Ensure adherence to Design Controls and Risk management per ISO 14971.
Required Qualifications
  • Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Systems or related field.
  • 10-15 years of professional experience in complex software development.
  • 5 years of experience in medical device software lifecycle or Digital Health.
  • Proficiency in programming environments – C, C#, Java, .NET, SQL.
  • Knowledge of software integration, architecture, and software-driven medical devices.
  • Experience with quality systems, documentation, protocols, and reports.
  • Independent, creative, collaborative and innovative with strong positive can-do attitude.
  • Knowledge of standards including IEC 62304, ISO 14971, ISO 13485.
Desirable Qualifications
  • Masters' in Computer Science.
  • Experience with medical wearable technologies or neuromodulation systems.
  • General knowledge of embedded systems, algorithms and data analytics.
  • Functional and agile project leadership experience.
Avation Culture

We are seeking candidates who are.:

  • Driven by the desire to bring innovative medical technologies to market that will improve the lives of patients.
  • Intellectually curious and motivated by innovation.
  • Energized by working with a diverse team of innovators.
  • Self-empowered leaders who take individual ownership while placing high value on team results.
  • Energetic and enjoy working in a fast-paced environment.
  • Confident in rapidly assessment information and making informed recommendations.
  • Open to new ideas and viewpoints and enjoy working in a team environment to develop new ways of thinking.
We are not working with recruiters at this time.

Senior Hardware and Test Engineer

Los Angeles, CA or Columbus, OH – Headquarters

Apply your creativity and passion to a growing, innovative medical device company that is working to improve patients' lives. We take pride in a truly entrepreneurial environment, unique technical challenges and a collaborative culture. We welcome you to explore Avation and be part of a talented group and an exciting company..

Key Responsibilities

As a key member of the Avation R&D team focused on the development of innovative neuromodulation systems, you will:

  • Lead design of Hardware design and hardware/software integration.
  • Design of Digital/Analog circuits, power and wireless systems.
  • Design and fabrication of printed circuit board assemblies and electromechanical interfaces.
  • Plan and conduct testing for product development and design feasibility.
  • Coordinate Verification and Validation tests, write protocols and test execution.
  • Perform system modeling and simulation using analytical tools such as Matlab.
  • Lead and build necessary tools, setups, equipment and fixtures for testing.
  • Develop and run automated manufacturing tests for systems and sub-systems.
  • Ensure adherence to Design Controls and Risk management per ISO 14971.
  • Work in a cross-functional team and actively contribute to all aspects of the project.
Required Qualifications
  • Bachelor’s degree in Electrical or Systems Engineering or equivalent.
  • 6-8 years of experience in medical device product lifecycle development.
  • Knowledge of Digital and Analog circuit design for embedded systems.
  • Experience with test planning, execution and protocols in a regulatory environment.
  • Knowledge of system integration, architecture, and software-driven medical devices.
  • Hands-on experience with electromechanical products, software, and hardware.
  • Experience with quality systems, documentation, protocols, and reports.
  • Independent, creative, collaborative with strong positive can-do attitude.
  • Knowledge of standards including IEC 60601, IEC 62304, ISO 14971, ISO 13485.
Desirable Qualifications
  • Knowledge of control theory and digital signal processing
  • Familiarity with systems and lab tools such as Labview, Matlab and Python
Avation Culture

We are seeking candidates who are.:

  • Driven by the desire to bring innovative medical technologies to market that will improve the lives of patients.
  • Intellectually curious and motivated by innovation.
  • Energized by working with a diverse team of innovators.
  • Self-empowered leaders who take individual ownership while placing high value on team results.
  • Energetic and enjoy working in a fast-paced environment.
  • Confident in rapidly assessment information and making informed recommendations.
  • Open to new ideas and viewpoints and enjoy working in a team environment to develop new ways of thinking.
We are not working with recruiters at this time.

Quality Manager

Columbus, OH – Headquarters

Apply your creativity and passion to develop innovative medical devices that can greatly improve patients' lives. We take pride in a truly entrepreneurial environment, unique technical challenges and a collaborative culture. We welcome you to explore Avation and be part of a talented team and an exciting company.

Key Responsibilities

As a key member of the Avation R&D team focused on the development of innovative neuromodulation systems, you will:

  • Lead Quality function for development of innovative medical devices and systems
  • Establish and improve Avation quality management system and operating procedures
  • Responsible for product quality, proper documentation and continuous improvement
  • Lead supplier quality, incoming inspection methods and process validation (IQ/OQ/PQ)
  • Develop manufacturing process documentation including device history records
  • Ensure sustaining product quality, preventive maintenance and updated calibration
  • Plan and manage internal, external and supplier audits
  • Interface with notified bodies and regulatory agencies for quality certifications
  • Conduct material review boards, CAPA and manage non-conforming materials
  • Support risk management, design validation and verification and design controls
  • Use analytical skills for root cause investigation and statistical sampling plans
  • Collaborate with R&D, manufacturing, clinical, regulatory and marketing groups
Qualifications
  • Bachelor's in Electrical, Mechanical or Biomedical Engineering
  • 10-15 years of professional experience, including 8 years in healthcare quality systems
  • In-depth knowledge of 21 CFR 820, ISO 13485, GMP and FDA requirements
  • Understanding of statistical techniques, risk management and process validation
  • Familiarity with electromechanical products, software and medical device development
  • Ability to multi-task and independently run cross-functional projects
  • Well-versed in Minitab (or equivalent), familiar with Solidworks, other analytical tools
  • Strong team leadership with ability to enforce quality policies and procedures
  • Independent, creative, collaborative with strong positive can-do attitude
Avation Culture

We are seeking candidates who are.:

  • Driven by the desire to bring innovative medical technologies to market that will improve the lives of patients.
  • Intellectually curious and motivated by innovation.
  • Energized by working with a diverse team of innovators.
  • Self-empowered leaders who take individual ownership while placing high value on team results.
  • Energetic and enjoy working in a fast-paced environment.
  • Confident in rapidly assessment information and making informed recommendations.
  • Open to new ideas and viewpoints and enjoy working in a team environment to develop new ways of thinking.
We are not working with recruiters to fill this position.

Clinical Research Associate/Clinical Monitor

Columbus, OH – Headquarters -

Apply your creativity and passion to develop innovative medical devices that can greatly improve patients' lives. We take pride in a truly entrepreneurial environment, unique technical challenges and a collaborative culture. We welcome you to explore Avation and be part of a talented R&D group and an exciting company.

Key Responsibilities

As a Clinical Research Associate/Clinical Monitor, you will be a part of the Clinical Team and provide support for the execution of our clinical strategy by conducting monitoring activities of assigned clinical trials in compliance with the protocol, ICH-GCP, and all applicable local and federal laws and regulations.:

  • Responsible for all aspects of study site monitoring including routine monitoring and close-out of clinical sites, maintenance of study files, conduct of pre-study and initiation visits; and other duties as assigned.
  • Establishing regular lines of communication plus administering protocol and related study training to assigned sites.
  • Evaluating the quality and integrity of site practices-escalating quality issues as appropriate.
  • Managing progress by tracking regulatory submissions, recruitment, case report form (CRF) completion, and data query resolution.
Requirements
  • Bachelor's Degree in relevant scientific, clinical or engineering discipline.
  • 1 to 3 years of experience as a Clinical Research Associate/Clinical Monitor.
  • Sound knowledge of ICH/GCP and regulatory requirements.
  • Ability to work independently, prioritize actively, seek input, problem solve and work in a team environment.
  • Energy and enthusiasm; candidates should find the work "fun", and have a passion for innovation and in saving and improving lives in neurotechnology.
  • Must possess the initiative to get results, and a "whatever it takes" attitude to do what's necessary to accomplish team objectives with integrity.
  • Proficient working knowledge of MS Word, PowerPoint, Excel and data management software programs.
  • Medical device, neuroscience, start-up experience a plus.
  • Fluent in English, spoken and written
  • Travel up to 70% to support study sites.
Avation Culture

We are seeking candidates who are.:

  • Driven by the desire to bring innovative medical technologies to market that will improve the lives of patients.
  • Intellectually curious and motivated by innovation.
  • Energized by working with a diverse team of innovators.
  • Self-empowered leaders who take individual ownership while placing high value on team results.
  • Energetic and enjoy working in a fast-paced environment.
  • Confident in rapidly assessment information and making informed recommendations.
  • Open to new ideas and viewpoints and enjoy working in a team environment to develop new ways of thinking.
We are not working with recruiters to fill this position.