Spine Deformity Consultant (SDC)
Philly, Indianapolis, Houston, and many more US cities,
You have a true passion for complex deformity and breakthrough spine innovation. To support our growth in the US market (currently doubling yearly), Medicrea USA is constantly hiring Spine Deformity Consultants in every major city to increase our proximity to spine surgeons and their teams.
The Candidate Needs to Fulfill 2 Key Criteria:
- With Medicrea USA’s focus on complex spinal deformities, the candidate needs to have a passion for spine, for difficult cases, and have excellent attention to detail especially when supporting people in the Operating Room.
- With the untapped potential we have in the US market and due to the “paradigm shift” our products are cultivating, the candidate needs to be a hunter – able to open doors and demonstrate why we offer superior outcomes to the patient.
Duties / Daily Activities:
- The Spine Deformity Consultant will provide on-site guidance and assistance during operating room procedures. You will “take ownership” to ensure success within key hospitals, working in both business and clinical areas.
- Pre-surgery: you must be able to develop a close relationship with the scheduler and PA in order to know which cases are on the book and to know the specifics of the case to secure the proper kit composition.
- In the OR, you are the product expert available to answer any questions on each component of the system and you will support the scrub tech as well as give proactive recommendations to the surgeon when relevant.
- After the case, you will work with the administrative personnel to make sure that all the information is properly communicated for billing and so that the kit is replenished for the following surgeries.
- When you are not covering cases, your role is to identify new surgeon targets and work hand in hand with your Regional Director in order to get surgeons familiar with our products with the end goal to have them using our products.
- BS/BA in Nursing, Biomedical Engineering or equivalent experience.
- Clinical experience with at least 1 or 2 years in spine, with case coverage for complex surgeries.
- Knowledge of surgical complications in spinal surgery and medical terminology as well as understanding of human anatomy & physiology.
- Able to create and develop strong as well as positive relationships with: orthopedic surgeons, administrative personnel, and all surgery staff.
If you are interested, please send your resume with an introduction letter to: