General Electric CT Clinical Development Specialist in Boston, Massachusetts
This role provides industry leading advanced applications support for the development of Computed Tomography scanners and applications. The primary responsibility of this specialist is to act as clinical “voice of the customer”, work with engineers and clinical specialists from concept phase to product life cycle to ensure that our solutions meet the customer requirements, clinical and technical risks are retired prior to NPI cycle with external evaluation and extensive testing.
2 Positions available: Boston and LA/SanFran
Providing clinical support for the development of Computed Tomography Imaging products.
Working with global engineering on end to end solutions by providing clinical input from customers.
Applying knowledge of clinical CT needs to guide definition and development of new imaging and post-processing techniques.
Evaluating performance and quality of features throughout the development process by designing protocols, traveling to partner sites for installation and testing.
Supporting sites in identified Academic Regions along with facilitating evaluation of WIP packages in partnership with Global CT Business
Assisting with customer complaints, investigations, and ultimately offer product solutions.
Developing (clinical) competitive intelligence to support the field with counter arguments and selling advantages.
Supporting conferences, symposiums, customer seminars and internal training events.
Ensuring high quality CT training is delivered to the field applications teams and sales/marketing team.
Quality Specific Goals:
Aware of and comply with the GEHC Quality Manual, Quality Management System, Quality Management Policy, Quality Goals, and applicable laws and regulations as they apply to this job type/position
Complete all planned Quality & Compliance training within the defined deadlines
Identify and report any quality or compliance concerns and take immediate corrective action as required.
Ensure compliance/closure of Regulatory and Quality requirements before approving Design Outputs/Program Deliverables
Lead continuous improvement activities by driving the implementation of process and product quality improvement initiatives
Certified Radiologic Technologist (ARRT) or equivalent
Min. of 5 years’ experience in CT, including all clinical applications and performing procedures
Experience interacting with customers in various situations
Ability to present complex material to diverse audiences
Ability to work well independently and as part of a team
Creative, flexible and well organized
Must be willing to work within the identified Academic Region
Ability to travel 10-20% of the time
Advanced degree (Bachelors or Masters)
At least 10 yrs. experience in the medical industry
X-ray, MR, CT, or NM experience
Previous GE Healthcare experience
Familiarity with the relevant GE Healthcare CT product range, and clinical optimization
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