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

Canidates 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.

job postings

seeking exceptional canidates who are determined to make a difference

Principal Systems Engineer

Columbus, OH – Headquarters

Key Responsibilities
  • Key member of Avation R&D team for development of neuromodulation devices
  • Define System Architecture and system integration between hardware and software
  • Hands-on leader for embedded code and mobile applications
  • Define software requirements and software validation plans based on clinical needs
  • Develop robust engineering practices such as modeling, simulation and DOE’s
  • Plan, conduct and report testing for concept feasibility and design validation
  • Conceptualize next generation products and high-level architecture
  • Work in a cross-functional project team and actively contribute to all aspects of the project
  • Collaborate with manufacturing, clinical, regulatory, quality and marketing groups
  • Participate in manufacturing plans, process development and automated testing
  • Bachelor’s or Master’s in Computer Science, Electrical or Systems Engineering
  • In-depth knowledge of medical device development phases and requirements
  • 6-8 years of experience in medical device software lifecycle development
  • Hands-on coding experience with embedded software, mobile and system hardware
  • Well-versed with control theory and digital signal processing
  • Ability to apply inter-disciplinary engineering principles to design and testing of systems
  • Knowledge of systems engineering, modeling and analysis (Matlab, Labview, Python)
  • Working knowledge of regulatory standards IEC 60601, IEC 62304, ISO 14971
  • Experience with quality systems, documentation, protocols and reports
  • Ability to multi-task and independently run small to medium projects
  • Independent, creative, collaborative with strong positive can-do attitude

Senior Quality Engineer

Columbus, OH – Headquarters

Key Responsibilities
  • Key member of Avation Product Development team for new and sustaining products
  • Responsible for product quality and continuous improvement
  • Support creation and updates to quality management systems and procedures
  • Develop manufacturing process documentation including device history records, preventive maintenance and calibration schedules
  • Monitor and improve supplier and inhouse manufacturing process
  • Plan and execute process validation for in-house production and suppliers (IQ/OQ/PQ)
  • 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
  • Bachelor's in Electrical, Mechanical or Biomedical Engineering
  • 6-10 years of professional experience, including 3 years in healthcare quality systems
  • In-depth knowledge of 21 CFR 820, ISO 13485, GMP and Statistical techniques
  • Desired skills include Risk management, software validation, IQ/OQ/PQ
  • Familiarity with electromechanical products, software and medical device development
  • Ability to multi-task and independently run small to medium projects
  • Well-versed in Minitab (or equivalent), general familiar with Solidworks, analytical tools
  • Strong leadership with ability to enforce quality policies and procedures
  • Independent, creative, collaborative with strong positive can-do attitude

Clinical Research Associate

Columbus, OH – Headquarters

Key Responsibilities
  • Maintain awareness of overall developments in the field of clinical research based on current literature, attendance at professional meetings, continuing education, etc.
  • Maintain awareness of competitive clinical work and industry standards
  • Contribute to design of and appropriate outcome measures for clinical research protocols for both pre- and post-market studies
  • Monitor progress throughout trial and communicate status of trials to manager and team
  • Interface with clinical sites and investigators, through verbal and written communications, to ensure successful execution of clinical trials, compliance with protocols and regulatory compliance by
    • Conducting site qualification, initiation visits, on-site monitoring visits, co-monitoring visits, and site closure visits of all phases of clinical trials.
    • Assist in creating, editing, and distributing informed consent templates, patient registration forms, reports, manuals and other study documents
    • Coordinating and tracking supplies for trial
    • Providing clinicians with instructions and training on how to conduct the trial
    • Ensuring quality of data submitted from study sites
    • Maintaining study contact list as primary contact for clinical trial sites
    • Ensuring timely, accurate collection of all adverse events, adverse reactions, and complaint reports, and implement follow-up actions.
    • Assuring accurate, complete and current records are maintained in accordance with the clinical study protocol and investigational plan.
  • Assist with information gathering, literature searches, data analysis, report generation, and creation of presentations.
  • Assist with preparation and execution of investigator meetings.
  • Assist with scientific report writing for internal and external use
  • Perform other work-related duties as assigned
  • Bachelor's Degree in relevant scientific, clinical or engineering discipline
  • 3-5 years of experience in neurotechnology related clinical research
  • Sound knowledge of ICH/GCP and regulatory requirements
  • Previous technical writing and fundamental problem-solving skills desired
  • 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 the team objectives with integrity
  • Proficient working knowledge of MS Word, PowerPoint, Excel and data management software programs.
  • Fluent in English, spoken and written.
  • Travel up to 30% to support study sites.

Marketing Intern

Columbus, OH – Headquarters

Key Responsibilities
  • Develop competitive landscape analysis and maintain the competitive database
  • Analyze data for market research and clinical studies
  • Create insightful and directional presentations based on statistical analyses
  • Develop content and other communications
  • Support the marketing team in daily administrative tasks
  • Passion for healthcare marketing and its best practices
  • Strong analytical and data analysis skills especially statistical analysis
  • Strong desire to learn and outstanding multi-tasking abilities
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Skilled in MS Office
  • Graduate MBA or Undergraduate in Marketing (3rd year +)

R&D Intern

Columbus, OH – Headquarters - January to May 2020

Key Responsibilities
  • Actively participate with Avation R&D team for new product development
  • Support design, analysis, modeling and testing of neuromodulation systems
  • Create mechanical and/or electrical concepts, prototype parts and assemblies
  • Support all aspects of project, including validation testing, documentation, packaging
  • Help with manufacturing – fixture design, assembly procedures, DOE’s
  • In pursuit of a BS/MS in Mechanical, Electrical, Software or Biomedical Engineering
  • Relevant coursework, such as design, materials, controls, circuits, lab work
  • Analytical mind, with ability to create concepts and turn into designs
  • Prior internship or medical device experience is preferred
  • Preferable to have familiarity with Solidworks, Matlab, Labview and other engineering tools
  • Independent, creative, collaborative with strong positive can-do attitude