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REVA Medical is an equal opportunity employer and has ongoing policies and practices to comply with all applicable federal, state and local laws.

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.

If you are interested in any of our available positions, please follow the specific instructions provided for the position; see job postings below. Other general communication to Human Resources can be addressed to REVA Medical, Inc., Attn: Human Resources, 5751 Copley Drive, San Diego, CA 92111 or emailed to hr@revamedical.com.

REVA Medical is currently accepting applications for the following positions:

Staff Accountant

REVA is seeking an experienced Staff Accountant to join our team. In this position you will obtain and maintain a thorough understanding of the Company's general ledger system and structure, and the transactions comprising the financial statements to assist in maintaining the integrity of the financial system and the accuracy of recorded transactions. You will review accounts payable, assist with vendor payments and wire transfers, and assist in the preparation of account reconciliations, monthly journal entries and preparation of financial statements. You will also maintain use, sales and other tax records, prepare and file 1099s/1096s, and maintain fixed asset records. Other duties will include supporting financial statement audits and reviews, assisting with the annual budget and supporting other accounting and financing activities as necessary, including administrative support to the accounting department and CFO.

This position requires a four-year degree in accounting with a minimum of three years accounting work experience including general ledger experience. Solid GAAP knowledge is required, along with intermediate to advanced Excel skills, and accounting software experience (MAS desired). The ideal candidate is detail oriented with a focus on accuracy, possesses strong multitasking and time management skills, above average written and verbal communications skills, and follows instructions well.

Quality Control Inspector

REVA is seeking a Quality Control Inspector to perform inspections on raw materials, purchased components, subassemblies and final assemblies using engineering drawings, manufacturing instructions and material and process specifications. This position will also assist with equipment calibration and preventative maintenance. Experience using microscopes, optical comparators, calipers, micrometers and other general inspection equipment required. An ability to identify supplier and/or internal manufacturing issues, perform root cause analysis, and implement corrective and preventive actions highly desired. The ideal candidate will have direct experience working in an ISO and/or medical device manufacturing or similarly regulated environment.

Requires a high school diploma (or equivalent) and five years of experience in miniature parts, mechanical, and/or microscope inspection. Experience with geometric dimensions and tolerances required. Prior experience with stent and catheter inspection desired.

Associate Preclinical Project Manager

REVA Medical is seeking an Associate Preclinical Project Manager to support the Company's technical studies. In this role you will serve as the sponsor representative for various contracted in-vivo studies from initiation to study end with final reports and document archive. Must be able to work with subcontractors and manage studies while ensuring adherence to the study budget and protocols. Perform literature searches to support current scientific efforts. You will be required to perform light microscopic tissue dissections, slide photography of GLP histology samples and assist with necropsy collections. A working knowledge of in-vitro cell and toxicity tests and basic biostatistics is preferred. Experience writing basic scientific reports and efficiency at processing documents is required. Work experience using quality assurance procedures and standard operating procedures is desired. An ability to confidently navigate within and use Microsoft suite software is necessary. Strong communication and organization skills are needed and being highly motivated is essential.

Requires a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in physiology, biological sciences, biomedical engineering, or a related field, and one to two years of experience conducting preclinical studies. Experience in vascular, stent or catheter studies preferred. Must be able to travel up to 50% of the time and have a valid driver's license. Must be able to lift and carry up to 20 pounds, be willing to work near x-ray radiation producing equipment, and stand for long periods of time wearing lead shielding.