Be part of our mission to save lives by making every donated organ count
At OrganOx, we are an innovative, fast-paced and rapidly growing medical device company, committed to developing products that save lives by making every donated organ count.
Our team are dynamic and motivated as we strive to achieve excellence in the field of organ transplantation. We seek to recruit and retain the best people from a broad range of backgrounds who share our values of innovation, evidence, integrity, teamwork, respect and passion.
We provide a positive, rewarding and flexible work environment, wherever our team are based. We offer competitive compensation and benefits packages to our employees, based on country, with everyone eligible to participate in our Bonus Scheme and Share Options.
Clinical Specialist (USA)
26th August 2022
As Clinical Specialist, you will be primarily responsible for training and supporting users of OrganOx products. This includes teaching and training users to ensure OrganOx products are used safely and effectively - both for the preservation of organs prior to transplant and for various clinical and non-clinical research studies. You will report to the Vice President of Clinical Operations (North America), based in Atlanta.
The Clinical Specialist role will involve travel, primarily within North America, visiting leading sites of transplantation surgery. It is expected that you will primarily support cases within your home region but will also be assigned cases as required. You will be required to work unsociable hours, including nights, weekends and some long days, which is the norm due to the unpredictable nature of organ donation and transplantation. The Clinical Specialist Team is rostered ensuring that callouts are shared as much as possible. OrganOx operates a callout policy which is re-numerated. As part of this role, on rare occasions, some travel to Europe and Australia may be required to assist the Global Clinical Specialist Team.
Device Technician (USA)
26th August 2022
As Device Technician, you will be primarily responsible for travelling to clinical sites and setting up the metra® device. This will involve checking the equipment and performing a full device set up in accordance with the Instructions For Use. You will also be responsible for helping to maintain a healthy and safe working environment by complying with procedures and processes, including performing safety tests.
In time, we anticipate that you may do some training for device users to ensure that these products are used safely and effectively - both for the preservation of organs prior to transplant, and for various clinical and non-clinical research studies. you will report to the Vice President of Clinical Operations (North America), based in Atlanta.
The role of the Device Technician will involve national travel, primarily within North America, visiting leading sites of transplantation surgery. Initially you will be called upon to support cases anywhere they are required. Our aim is to build up the team to enable individuals to work within their home region (for example in the Northeast, Mid-West, etc.) where it is possible. You will operate on call, which means you will be required to work in a highly flexible manner. There will be unsociable hours, including nights, weekends, and some long days, which is the norm due to the unpredictable nature of organ donation and transplantatioin. OrganOx operates a callout policy which is renumerated.
"Working for OrganOx is fantastic and from day one I have felt part of a great team; we have the beauty of working at the forefront of an exciting new technology that has the potential to save lives, in a close environment where everyone is focused on working together to achieve goals and contribute to the growth of the company.”
Mission, vision and values
Saving lives by making every donated organ count
Functional assessment of donor livers with the OrganOx metra® is transforming transplantation by reducing discards and increasing the number of transplanted organs compared to static cold storage.1,2
References: 1. Nasralla D et al. Nature 2018; 557(7703):50–56. 2. Mergental H et al. Hepatology 2018; 68(1):(Suppl).
UK/US MD-040-6-1 - September 2022