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

Mechanical Project Engineer

Columbus, OH – Headquarters

Key Responsibilities
  • Key member of Avation R&D team for new product development
  • Design and Development of electromechanical aspects of neurostimulation systems
  • Create mechanical concepts, prototype parts and assemblies
  • Conduct analyses as needed, including tolerance, FEA, thermal etc.
  • Help define manufacturing processes, validation plans, design of assembly fixtures
  • Help planning and execution of verification and validation tests
  • Take ownership of portions of projects, ensuring design robustness and timely delivery
  • Collaborate with manufacturing, clinical, regulatory, quality and marketing groups
  • Manage and interface with suppliers, consultants and contract manufacturer
  • In-depth knowledge of medical device development phases and requirements
  • Ability to apply broad engineering principles to design and testing of devices
  • Working understanding of engineering materials, biocompatibility
  • Ability to multi-task and independently run small to medium projects
  • Familiarity with electromechanical products or mechatronics
  • Experience with quality systems, documentation, protocols and reports
  • Well-versed in Solidworks, Microsoft Project and some basic analytical tools
  • Bachelor’s in Mechanical or Biomedical Engineering
  • 6-10 years of professional experience in new product development
  • 3 years of experience in medical devices or healthcare field
  • Basic understanding of systems and inter-disciplinary engineering
  • Desirable – Masters’ in Engineering, knowledge of neurostimulation devices
  • Independent, creative, collaborative with strong positive can-do attitude

Research and Development Intern

Columbus, OH – Headquarters

Key Responsibilities
  • Actively participate with Avation R&D team for new product development
  • Support design, analysis, modeling and fabrication of electromechanical parts
  • Create mechanical and/or electrical concepts, prototype parts and assemblies
  • Support all aspects of project, including validation testing, documentation, and packaging
  • Help with manufacturing – fixture design, assembly procedures, DOE's
  • In pursuit of a Bachelors' 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
  • Familiar with Solidworks, Matlab, Labview and similar engineering tools
  • Independent, creative, collaborative with strong positive can-do attitude

Clinical Research Intern

Columbus, OH – Headquarters

Key Responsibilities
  • Create and edit clinical trial documents such as protocols, informed consent forms, case report forms, investigator brochures, and final reports
  • Enter and analyze clinical data
  • Conduct searches of scientific literature and published clinical studies
  • Create and edit conference abstracts and review articles
  • Create and edit documents and presentations for internal and external use
  • Understand and educate team members on the mechanism of action and science of the device and disease state(s)
  • Actively participate with the Avation clinical team as well as members of the marketing and R&D teams
  • Undergraduate senior, graduate, or Ph.D. student pursing a degree in Clinical Science, Neuroscience, Biology, Biomedical Science or another life science degree
  • Relevant coursework, such as anatomy, physiology, biology, and neuroscience
  • Ability to apply sound research techniques, methodology, and logical critical analysis
  • Ability to read, analyze, and interpret information from scientific journals
  • Familiar with submissions to Investigational Review Boards (IRB), knowledge of neuromodulation, and proficiency in literature database searches are preferred
  • Independent, creative, collaborative with strong positive can-do attitude