Careers

Retia Medical aims to transform the practice of critical care by integrating scientific and computational excellence with a passion for improving patient care through medical and scientific innovation.

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Current Job Openings:

  • Regional Sales Representative

    Compensation: Base with commission plan.

    Summary: Retia Medical is a venture-backed startup company focusing on the commercialization of advanced hemodynamic monitoring equipment for the management of critically ill patients. Our first product received FDA clearance in December, 2018 and we already have an extensive pipeline of high potential and high status hospital systems.
    The company is led by an outstanding team of medical device executives, scientists and clinical advisors who are driven to improve patient outcomes and the process of clinical care by making more accurate hemodynamic information available and convenient for use at the bedside.

    Function: Regional Sales Representative (multiple openings) for Southeast and Texas is responsible for following up on leads, cold calling, prospecting, and building relationships that will increase account penetration and customer satisfaction. Must initiate and take ownership of the principles of territory management, including: account planning, selling processes, post-sales implementation, and on-going service and training support. The Regional Sales Representative must arrange appointments, make presentations, organize conferences, and support and maintain positive arrangements with all clinicians and customers. She/he must keep up with the latest clinical data supplied by the company, and present and discuss this data with health professionals during presentations. She/he must maintain detailed computerized records of all contacts and progression through the sales funnel. Regional Sales Representative will work with Retia to plan how to approach contacts and create effective business plans for a particular sales area. She/he will be required to attend company meetings and presentations. May be required to travel outside their geographical assignment and perform other duties as requested.

    Qualifications: Demonstrated track record of high performance in sales of patient monitoring equipment into hospitals, and preferably into the operating room and intensive care unit. Track record in selling new products to new accounts a plus. Knowledge of hemodynamics and clinical practices in the care of critically ill and high-risk surgical patients a plus. Bachelor’s degree in nursing or related health-care field preferred. Must be able to learn and quickly master the product, specifications, and key performance advantages as they relate to clinical practice. 5+ years medical sales related experience preferred. Must be able to travel up to 90% of the time in the assigned territory and maintain a valid driver’s license. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills and sufficient computer skills to maintain a sales database/relationship management system. Must have or be willing to update all immunizations to comply with hospital vendor requirements.

  • Clinical Specialist

    Summary: Retia Medical is a venture-backed startup company focusing on the commercialization of advanced hemodynamic monitoring equipment for the management of high-risk surgical and critically ill patients. Our first product received FDA clearance in December 2018 and we have an extensive pipeline of high potential and high status hospital systems.

    The company is led by an outstanding team of medical device executives, scientists and clinical advisors who are driven to improve patient outcomes and the process of clinical care by making more accurate hemodynamic information available and convenient for use at the bedside.

    Job Description: The Clinical Specialist (multiple openings in the Eastern US, Midwest, and South, including Texas) is responsible for providing clinical and technical expertise and support to current and potential customers, and colleagues.

    Under the direction of senior Company leadership, you will work together with your sales team partners to present Retia’s advanced hemodynamic monitor to medical professionals, perform product demonstrations, coordinate evaluations and installations, conduct training sessions, and provide after-sales clinical support.

    You shall develop and maintain extensive knowledge of your customers, hemodynamic care protocols, and competitor products and activity.

    You will work closely with your sales team colleagues to implement sales and training strategies for capital equipment and software/service contracts within accounts.

    You may also assist with new hire training, attend tradeshows, and work with other company departments to provide feedback on potential marketing communications, identify unmet clinical needs, assist research projects, and review product opportunities.

    You will represent the Company well, including demonstrating core values of integrity, respect, professionalism, and dedication to improving patient outcomes.

    These activities will be performed on-site or virtually. Significant travel will be required.

    Ability to complete other tasks as assigned in a fast-paced environment and in an organized manner while meeting deadlines.

    Qualifications:

    • Registered Nursing Degree (RN) with advanced degree optional.
    • At least 2 years as a critical care nurse, or a cardiovascular OR nurse.
    • At least 2 years of prior industry experience in a field sales or clinical education role. If you do not have industry experience, please share your resume for consideration for potential per diem opportunities.
    • Solid knowledge of advanced hemodynamics, monitoring technology, and hemodynamic-guided protocols for resuscitation.
    • Knowledge of critical care and/or high-risk surgical care practices, terminology and cases.
    • Ability to use clinical expertise to identify customer training and in-service needs with the goal of increasing customer usage, comfort and understanding of the Company’s products.
    • Superior verbal and written communication skills.
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office required. Familiarity with CRM software desirable.
    • Experience in a nursing education role, speaking and/or other teaching experience highly desirable.
    • Demonstrated ability to build and maintain positive relationships with physicians, nurses, hospital administrators, as well as peers and colleagues across the company.
    • Ability to meet vendor credentialing requirements.
    • Must be willing to travel regionally and across the US. Willingness to provide evening and weekend customer call coverage as needed.
    • Must have a valid driver’s license and active vehicle insurance policy. In addition, your driving record will be reviewed and will be considered as part of your application.

To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to careers@retiamedical.com.

Retia Medical is an equal opportunity employer and maintains a drug-free environment. Competitive compensation is offered commensurate with education and experience.