Ecls Clinical Specialist

Livanova Atlanta , GA 30301

Posted 7 months ago

Join us today and make a difference in people's lives!

LivaNova/TandemLife is seeking an ECLS Clinical Specialist with Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) experience who wants a challenging yet rewarding opportunity within a well-established Medical Device Company.

LivaNova and TandemLife have come together as one. Founded in 1996, TandemLife was the trendsetter that paved the way for competitive short-term heart failure solutions. As an organization on the cutting-edge of medical science, with your help, we plan to expand beyond the confines of cardiac support to bring breakthrough products to the respiratory support market.

Why LivaNova/TandemLife

Emergent, severe, life-threatening events, such as sudden cardiac arrest, severe respiratory distress, or traumas requiring immediate life-support, strike more than a million Americans each year at any time or in any place. When these events occur, a rapid, easy to use device may be essential to survival. The market is already trending in this direction, but current temporary cardiopulmonary bypass systems have a level of complexity that may inhibit the use of the device.

TandemLife is designed with this issue in mind; the easy to prime pump and oxygenator enable the clinician to stabilize the patient quickly. However, TandemLife provides more than just quick support.

It gives clinicians time to assess patients' conditions and determine a more long-term strategy. Leveraging the TandemLife platform at the onset of the acute event will enable a transition to a higher degree of support later. The TandemLife kit components are indicated for temporary cardiopulmonary bypass up to 6 hours.

As an ECLS Clinical Specialist, you will support and promote these lifesaving products in a world with fewif anycompetitors. It is important to understand that this will not be an easy job.

This position carries dual responsibilities. Your primary responsibility will be for clinical training and support, but you will have some responsibility for account growth and development. You will develop and provide technical support 24/7 to customers through case support, hands-on training, and presentations.

You will primarily be working in a hospital environment (Cath Lab, CVICU, OR), so strong knowledge of Cath Lab, cardiac surgery, CVICU, and hospital operations is a must. It is critical to your success in this role that you have an understanding of cardiopulmonary anatomy and physiology and hemodynamics, as well as a general knowledge of cardiac and respiratory ECLS, supports systems.

Responsibilities:

  • Travel to support clinical sites on short notice occurs frequently; up to 80% travel may be required including overnights.

  • Rotation through an on-call schedule providing 24/7 clinical and technical phone support.

  • Assist in the development of clinical, sales, and marketing literature and training programs.

  • Participate in trade show exhibits, lectures, and demonstrations to attract new customers.

  • Routinely support regional/sales teammates.

  • Work with the team to complement the sales initiative & enhance other team members' clinical knowledge.

You will need to have 3 + years of successful experience in the medical field working in a hospital environment (e.g., Cardiac Cath Lab, Perfusion, Cardiovascular ICU/Critical Care). You will need to have demonstrated recent work experience in case support and technical/clinical assistance to cardiologists/cardiac surgeons. You will have earned a BS/BA degree in a clinical field (CCP, RN, RT).

If you are committed to making a significant difference, want to play a major role in advancing device-based solutions, and are passionate about improving the lives of patients and their families, we encourage you to apply today!

Our commitment to Diversity & Inclusion

LivaNova values equality and celebrates diversity. We are committed to ensuring that our recruitment process is fair, transparent and free from unlawful discrimination.

Our selection process is driven by the key demands/requirements for the role rather than bias or discrimination on the basis of a candidate's sex, gender, age, marital status, veteran status, non-job-related disability/handicap or medical condition, family status, sexual orientation, religion, color, ethnicity, race or any other legally protected classification.

Please note that we do not accept unsolicited resumes from recruiters or employment agencies. In the absence of a signed Recruitment Services Agreement, we will not consider, or agree to, payment of any referral compensation or recruiter fee. In the event that a recruiter or agency submits a resume or candidate without a previously signed agreement, we explicitly reserve the right to pursue and hire those candidate(s) without any financial obligation to the recruiter or agency.



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Ecls Clinical Specialist

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