The Clinical Specialist will be primarily responsible for training and supporting users of the products. This includes teaching and training users in the correct manner 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. The role of the Clinical Specialist will involve national travel, primarily within North America, visiting leading sites of transplantation surgery. Team members will primarily support cases within their home region of the country (for example, Northeast, Midwest, etc.) but will also be assigned cases as required. This means that you will be required to work unsocial hours, including nights, weekends, and some very long days, which is the norm due to the unpredictable nature of organ donation and transplantation. The team is rostered to ensure that callouts are shared as much as possible. We operate a call-out policy that is renumerated.
The Clinical Specialist will:
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