REVA Medical is committed to hiring and retaining highly qualified and motivated people and to providing each employee an opportunity to make a difference. REVA team members are creative, hands-on, self-directed, and display excellent communication skills. They also exhibit a high level of integrity, resiliency and a determination to contribute to the success of the Company.
Because REVA Medical considers its employees to be its most valuable asset, it believes that the benefits offered should provide employees with additional personal/work balance opportunities, not just a compensation consideration. Accordingly, the Company offers generous and competitive benefits.
REVA Medical is an equal opportunity employer and has ongoing policies and practices to comply with all applicable federal, state and local laws. If you are interested in any of our available positions, please follow the specific instructions provided for the position; see job postings below.
Manager, Quality Assurance
This position requires an inherent understanding of medical device development and associated ISO/FDA requirements. Responsible for managing company quality assurance systems including management review, document control, internal and external audits, compliant system, CAPA, nonconforming material, training, key supplier qualifications and ongoing performance evaluations, calibration and preventive maintenance, risk management and design control. Will serve as the Company’s management representative.
The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in chemistry, biology, engineering, life sciences or other similar technical field. Minimum of 7-10 years related Quality Assurance experience in a medical device, or similarly regulated ISO or GMP/GLP environment is required.
Sr. Manager, Clinical Affairs
Responsible for the operation and execution of international and domestic clinical trials that conform to all regulatory requirements. Develop protocols, investigator brochures, and other study related documents.Manage clinical investigators, Clinical Resource Organizations (CROs), internal support staff and data management resources to optimally execute established clinical research plans in achieving high caliber clinical research. Conduct and manage clinical data analysis in support of regulatory submissions, including performing internal clinical data analysis, working with study core labs, managing CEC and DSMB committees, overseeing internal data management staff and authoring clinical study reports.
The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience with a minimum of 7-10 years medical device clinical trial experience. Prior experience with Class III implantable cardiology devices required.