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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
REVA Medical is currently accepting applications for the following positions:
Preclinical Project Manager
REVA Medical is seeking an experienced Preclinical Project Manager to support the Company's product development and regulatory filings. In this role you will serve as the study representative for a variety of contracted in-vivo studies from initiation to study end with final reports. Substantial travel to preclinical test facilities to manage activities is required. You will prepare study designs and protocols, manage data, and perform data analysis. In addition, you will coordinate scheduling at test facilities, track deliverables (specimens, images, and data), ensure timely work completion and maintain study documentation. You will be required to write detailed technical study summaries and reports and to create other documents for scientific review and regulatory filings and other Company publications. You will be required to interpret and report on a variety of image types and data (e.g., IVUS, OCT, QCA, MCT, x-ray, pharmacokinetics, toxicology, etc.) and will receive appropriate training to complete these tasks if necessary. Other requirements include performing tissue dissections with a light microscope, supporting necropsy tissue collections and performing light microscopic photography.
Requires a minimum of an Associate Degree in physiology, biological sciences or a related field, and five years of experience conducting in-vivo studies. Experience in vascular/cardiovascular stent/catheter studies preferred. Must be able to work independently with minimal supervision and make independent decisions related to projects. Requires working knowledge of IACUC and GLP study procedures and requirements, and strong organization, communication and technical writing skills. Must be able to travel up to 50% of the time. Experience in biostatistics, image analysis, and preclinical or clinical interventional cardiology/radiology is a plus.
PART-TIME QA SPECIALIST I
REVA is seeking a part-time QA Specialist I to maintain the document control system by creating and revising documents and completing forms required to process and implement change requests. You will be responsible for routing changes for approval, resolving issues, and performing document status change transactions. You will also maintain electronic and hard-copy documents and records including their archival and retention, as well as various QA Logs (ECO, NCMR, Deviations, ASL, External Standards, etc.), as required. In this position you will maintain, track and trend ECOs, deviations, CAPA, investigations, audits and compile monthly quality report, as well as manage the training system by tracking training completion and maintaining training system requirements. You will perform lot release activities in accordance with established schedules for incoming materials and finished goods and assist with equipment files and calibration activities.
This position requires three to five years of experience in Quality Assurance/Document Control in a medical device or similarly regulated environment. Interventional Cardiology products manufacturing experience preferred. BS degree preferred. Experience using general inspection equipment such as optical inspection systems, calipers, micrometers and other measuring devices highly desired. Must have excellent written and oral communication skills with proven ability to generate routine reports, procedures and correspondence. Requires proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite. Experience with Access desired.