The Organisation: This organisation is a high-growth medtech company. It is developing a next generation robotic system for universal keyhole surgery with a vision to make minimal access surgery available to all, improving patient outcomes and delivering value for healthcare providers.
The Position: They are continuing to grow their clinical education team and are looking for experienced trainers with a background in surgery. Based from their office in Cambridge you will travel to customer sites.
Why Should You Apply?
Basic salary: Negotiable
Area working: Based within commuting distance for Cambridge with travel to customer sites.
Products: Next generation robotic system for keyhole surgery
You’ll need to be enthusiastic about clinical education and how it can drive up the effectiveness of robotic or other technology deployments. You’ll enjoy working as part of a cross-functional team, interacting with clinicians, engineers, medical professionals, and business partners and ideally have some, or all the following:
While ultimately you may spend much of your time deployed to hospitals or learning centres, you should be prepared to spend the majority of your time at their Cambridge, UK headquarters for at least the first 3 months of your time with the organisation.
There may be extensive global travel and you must be flexible in your work hours to accommodate weekend training events.
You will be an integral part of the Clinical Education team and will liaise with fellow trainers and other team members in the co-ordination and success of ‘hands-on’ residential courses. In addition, you will play a crucial role in establishing an internal training programme for the training and education of new company employees.
As a key member of the multi-disciplinary, world class medical device company, your responsibilities will include:
Training development & delivery: Delivering both residential customer training programmes and internal system training. Supporting the development of training materials and content. Supporting our work with surgical societies to support the safe and effective adoption of robotic assisted minimal access surgery. Evaluation of and partnering with training centres.
Product Demonstrations: Leading product demonstrations on all products, offering product support to sales representatives where needed.
Technology: Understanding of new and existing technology platforms and utilise them appropriately to effectively engage multiple stakeholders and reinforce key learning concepts.
Market and Industry Knowledge: Understanding and applying market, competitor, and health care compliance knowledge. Understand the external marketplace including competitive offerings, changing stakeholders, and using this to help shape the delivery of training programmes.
Case Support: Assisting with the adoption of the system in a clinical environment and identifying the need for further training.