Careers with OrthoGrid

  

Research Director in Computer Science Image Processing - Strasbourg

OrthoGrid Systems is seeking a Research Director to lead a team of researchers who are working on research and development activities for new surgical medical image analysis technology. This position is a unique opportunity to work in a small team of dedicated engineers, scientists, and medical doctors to help design and build intraoperative computer vision tools for orthopedics.

The ideal candidate will have experience managing a team and have a strong background in Medical Image Processing. You’ll work in a dynamic and flexible R&D environment in Strasbourg, France.

Responsibilities:

  •        Research and prototype image processing applications to solve problems in orthopedic surgeries
  •        Manage and monitor the activities of a multidisciplinary team to integrate solutions into existing products.
  •        Serve as a team resource for decision making and guidance.
  •        Proactively lead problem-solving efforts; provide suggestions and take action on areas needing improvement.
  •        Provide mentoring and coaching to create a good environment; maintain a positive attitude in challenging situations.
  •        Develop and maintain partnerships with local, national and international institutions and universities.
  •        May require travel to conferences to research new technologies.

Qualifications:

  • Ph.D. in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or related field, with a focus on medical image processing.
  • At least 5 years.
  • Good academic network.
  • Familiarity with fluoroscopic, x-ray, CT and MRI imaging modalities.
  • Working knowledge of image registration techniques and mathematics.
  • Working knowledge of image segmentation techniques and mathematics.
  • C++ development experience.
  • A demonstrated ability to meaningfully contribute to software development projects.
  • Excellent communication (written and oral) and interpersonal skills – proficiency in English.
  • Experience with mathematics and application of statistical shape modeling.
  • 2D-3D registration experience / knowledge.
  • Basic understanding of machine learning as applied to medical images.
  • Working knowledge of software verification and validation, including continuous integration methodologies and tools.
  • Agile project methodologies.
  • Experience with applied image processing and/or computer vision.
  • Experience with any of the following toolkits: VTK, ITK, OpenCV, CMake, Qt.
  • Medical device software development experience.

OrthoGrid Systems is an equal opportunity employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, genetic information, creed, citizenship, disability, protected veteran or marital status.

OrthoGrid Systems is headquartered in Salt Lake City, UT with R&D facilities in Strasbourg, France.  We are a rapidly expanding global leader in intraoperative imaging technologies targeting component and anatomic alignment, imaging efficiency, optimized visualization and decision-making support for orthopedic surgery. OrthoGrid specializes in leveraging the latest innovation in technology to create practical and efficient solutions available or in development for hip arthroplasty, hip preservation, trauma and other standard procedures performed over 10 million times per year globally.  

To be considered for this postion, forward resume and cover letter to hr@orthogrid.com  

   

Software Engineer (AR /VR) - Strasbourg

OrthoGrid Systems is seeking a software engineer who is experienced in Augmented Reality and / or Virtual Reality software development to participate in research and development activities for new surgical medical image analysis technology.  This position is a unique opportunity to work in a small team of dedicated engineers, scientists, and medical doctors to help design and build intraoperative computer vision tools for orthopedics. The ideal candidate will be an experienced software engineer with a commitment to sound software engineering practice and a desire to work in a dynamic and flexible R&D environment.  Experience in Augmented Reality and / or Virtual Reality software development is required. Experience in scientific computing, image processing, and /or computer vision is preferred.

Responsibilities

  • Research and prototype applications of Augmented Reality tools and hardware to solve problems in orthopedic surgeries
  • Work with multidisciplinary team to integrate AR solutions into existing products
  • Candidate will be working with various team members such as data engineers, data scientists, statisticians, computer scientists, and with application developers
  • May manage one or more advanced research projects simultaneously
  • May require travel to conferences to research new technologies and research

Qualifications:

  • Minimum of Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or related field
  • C++ development experience
  • AR / VR software development experience
  • Excellent communication (written and oral) and interpersonal skills – proficiency in English
  • A demonstrated ability to meaningfully contribute to software development projects
  • Unity
  • Android OS development
  • Vuforia / object tracking
  • Working knowledge of software verification and validation, including continuous integration methodologies and tools
  • Agile project methodologies
  • Scientific computing background or similar competency in basic engineering mathematics
  • Background in image processing, computer vision, and / or machine learning
  • Experience with any of the following toolkits: VTK, ITK, OpenCV, CMake, Qt

Medical device software development experience

OrthoGrid Systems is an equal opportunity employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, genetic information, creed, citizenship, disability, protected veteran or marital status.

OrthoGrid Systems is headquartered in Salt Lake City, UT with R&D facilities in Strasbourg, France.  We are a rapidly expanding global leader in intraoperative imaging technologies targeting component and anatomic alignment, imaging efficiency, optimized visualization and decision-making support for orthopedic surgery. OrthoGrid specializes in leveraging the latest innovation in technology to create practical and efficient solutions available or in development for hip arthroplasty, hip preservation, trauma and other standard procedures performed over 10 million times per year globally.  

To be considered for this postion, forward resume and cover letter to hr@orthogrid.com 

   

Computer Scientist (ML / AI) - Strasbourg

OrthoGrid Systems is seeking a software engineer who is experienced in Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence algorithms to participate in research and development activities for new surgical medical image analysis technology.  This position is a unique opportunity to work in a small team of dedicated engineers, scientists, and medical doctors to help design and build intraoperative computer vision tools for orthopedics. The ideal candidate will be an experienced software engineer with a commitment to sound software engineering practice and a desire to work in a dynamic and flexible R&D environment.  Experience in the mathematics and application of machine learning techniques to medical images is required.  

Responsibilities

  • Research and prototype applications of machine learning on large medical image datasets to solve problems in orthopedic surgeries
  • Work with multidisciplinary team to integrate solutions into existing products
  • Candidate will be working with various team members such as data engineers, data scientists, statisticians, computer scientists, and with application developers
  • May manage one or more advanced research projects simultaneously
  • May require travel to conferences to research new technologies and research

Qualifications:

  • PhD in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or related field, with a focus on machine learning / scientific computing
  • Familiarity with fluoroscopic and / or x-ray imaging modalities
  • Experience with modern deep learning approaches for images, such as CNN
  • C++ development experience
  • Excellent communication (written and oral) and interpersonal skills – proficiency in English
  • A demonstrated ability to meaningfully contribute to software development projects
  • Familiarity with 3D medical imaging modalities such as CT and MRI
  • Working knowledge of software verification and validation, including continuous integration methodologies and tools
  • Agile project methodologies
  • Experience with applied image processing and / or computer vision
  • Experience with any of the following toolkits: VTK, ITK, OpenCV, CMake, Qt
  • Medical device software development experience.
  • OrthoGrid Systems is an equal opportunity employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, genetic information, creed, citizenship, disability, protected veteran or marital status.

    OrthoGrid Systems is headquartered in Salt Lake City, UT with R&D facilities in Strasbourg, France.  We are a rapidly expanding global leader in intraoperative imaging technologies targeting component and anatomic alignment, imaging efficiency, optimized visualization and decision-making support for orthopedic surgery. OrthoGrid specializes in leveraging the latest innovation in technology to create practical and efficient solutions available or in development for hip arthroplasty, hip preservation, trauma and other standard procedures performed over 10 million times per year globally.  

  • To be considered for this postion, forward resume and cover letter to hr@orthogrid.com 

 

Computer Science Image Processing - Strasbourg 

OrthoGrid Systems is seeking a software engineer who is experienced in Medical Image Processing to participate in research and development activities for new surgical medical image analysis technology.  This position is a unique opportunity to work in a small team of dedicated engineers, scientists, and medical doctors to help design and build intraoperative computer vision tools for orthopedics. The ideal candidate will be an experienced software engineer with a commitment to sound software engineering practice and a desire to work in a dynamic and flexible R&D environment.  Experience in the mathematics and application of image processing techniques to medical images is required. 

Responsibilities

  • Research and prototype image processing applications to solve problems in orthopedic surgeries
  • Work with multidisciplinary team to integrate solutions into existing products
  • Candidate will be working with various team members such as data engineers, data scientists, statisticians, computer scientists, and with application developers
  • May manage one or more advanced research projects simultaneously
  • May require travel to conferences to research new technologies and research

Qualifications:

  • PhD in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or related field, with a focus on medical image processing
  • Familiarity with fluoroscopic, x-ray, CT and MRI imaging modalities
  • Working knowledge of image registration techniques and mathematics
  • Working knowledge of image segmentation techniques and mathematics
  • C++ development experience
  • Excellent communication (written and oral) and interpersonal skills – proficiency in English
  • A demonstrated ability to meaningfully contribute to software development projects
  • Experience with mathematics and application of statistical shape modeling
  • 2D-3D registration experience / knowledge
  • Basic understanding of machine learning as applied to medical images
  • Working knowledge of software verification and validation, including continuous integration methodologies and tools
  • Agile project methodologies
  • Experience with applied image processing and / or computer vision
  • Experience with any of the following toolkits: VTK, ITK, OpenCV, CMake, Qt
  • Medical device software development experience.
  • OrthoGrid Systems is an equal opportunity employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, genetic information, creed, citizenship, disability, protected veteran or marital status.

    OrthoGrid Systems is headquartered in Salt Lake City, UT with R&D facilities in Strasbourg, France.  We are a rapidly expanding global leader in intraoperative imaging technologies targeting component and anatomic alignment, imaging efficiency, optimized visualization and decision-making support for orthopedic surgery. OrthoGrid specializes in leveraging the latest innovation in technology to create practical and efficient solutions available or in development for hip arthroplasty, hip preservation, trauma and other standard procedures performed over 10 million times per year globally.  

To be considered for this postion, forward resume and cover letter to hr@orthogrid.com  

  

Computer Science GPU Programer - Strasbourg

OrthoGrid Systems is seeking a software engineer who is experienced in GPU programming, specifically for Image Processing to participate in research and development activities for new surgical medical image analysis technology.  This position is a unique opportunity to work in a small team of dedicated engineers, scientists, and medical doctors to help design and build intraoperative computer vision tools for orthopedics. The ideal candidate will be an experienced software engineer with a commitment to sound software engineering practice and a desire to work in a dynamic and flexible R&D environment.  Familiarity with medical image processing algorithms is required.

Responsibilities

  • Research and prototype GPU-based image processing applications to solve problems in orthopedic surgeries
  • Port existing image processing algorithms to the GPU
  • Work with multidisciplinary team to integrate solutions into existing products
  • Candidate will be working with various team members such as data engineers, data scientists, statisticians, computer scientists, and with application developers
  • May manage one or more advanced research projects simultaneously
  • May require travel to conferences to research new technologies and research

Qualifications:

  • PhD in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or related field, with a focus on GPU programming for medical image processing
  • Familiarity with CUDA and OpenCL
  • Familiarity with fluoroscopic, x-ray, CT and MRI imaging modalities
  • Working knowledge of image registration techniques and mathematics
  • Working knowledge of image segmentation techniques and mathematics
  • C++ development experience
  • Excellent communication (written and oral) and interpersonal skills – proficiency in English
  • A demonstrated ability to meaningfully contribute to software development projects
  • Experience with mathematics and application of statistical shape modeling
  • 2D-3D registration experience / knowledge
  • Basic understanding of machine learning as applied to medical images
  • Working knowledge of software verification and validation, including continuous integration methodologies and tools
  • Agile project methodologies
  • Experience with applied image processing and / or computer vision
  • Experience with any of the following toolkits: VTK, ITK, OpenCV, CMake, Qt
  • Medical device software development experience.
  • OrthoGrid Systems is an equal opportunity employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, genetic information, creed, citizenship, disability, protected veteran or marital status.

    OrthoGrid Systems is headquartered in Salt Lake City, UT with R&D facilities in Strasbourg, France.  We are a rapidly expanding global leader in intraoperative imaging technologies targeting component and anatomic alignment, imaging efficiency, optimized visualization and decision-making support for orthopedic surgery. OrthoGrid specializes in leveraging the latest innovation in technology to create practical and efficient solutions available or in development for hip arthroplasty, hip preservation, trauma and other standard procedures performed over 10 million times per year globally.  

  • To be considered for this postion, forward resume and cover letter to hr@orthogrid.com  

   

Surgical Data Scientist - Strasbourg

In this role, candidate will work with a multidisciplinary team to design, develop & create analytical solutions through applications of Data Mining, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence. The ideal candidate will increase the maturity of the group’s current analytical capabilities by progressing from traditional Predictive Modeling to true machine intelligence and take advantage of emerging technologies around Data Science and AI. Candidate will be expected to be hands on.

Responsibilities

  • Apply Data Science/AI/Machine Learning technology to solve real-world medical problems
  • Ability to build and optimize models using machine learning techniques including feature selection & engineering, boosting, deep learning and ensembles
  • Provide insights across domains like Regression, Classification, Machine Vision, Natural Language Processing, Deep Learning, and/or statistical modeling.
  • Candidate will be working with various team members such as data engineers, data scientists, statisticians, computer scientists, and with application developers
  • Analyze source data, working with structured and unstructured data
  • Manipulate high-volume, high-dimensionality data from varying imaging sources to highlight patterns, anomalies, relationships, and trends
  • May manage one or more advanced research projects simultaneously
  • Apply AI/Machine Learning technology to solve real-world problems
  • Present analysis and recommendations to target audience

Qualifications

  •        PhD STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) degree
  •        Moderate knowledge of modeling/research/analytics required
  •        Knowledge of Computer Vision and Image Analysis
  •        Relevant statistical analysis knowledge
  •        Relevant work experience in research and/or advanced analytic work (e.g. predictive modeling) in the space of medicine and image analysis preferred.
  • Experience in one or more of the following: Machine/Deep Learning Libraries, TensorFlow, Computer/Machine Vision, and Natural Language Processing
  • Programming with C++, Python, R, or Java
  • Handling data and working with database tools, e.g., SQL, Hadoop or Spark
  • Ability to work creatively and analytically in a problem-solving environment
  • Excellent communication (written and oral) and interpersonal skills – proficiency in English
  • Knowledge with Deep Learning Tools such as TensorFlow
  • Knowledge with contributing to software products
  • Computer vision and/or medical image analysis experience.
  • OrthoGrid Systems is an equal opportunity employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, genetic information, creed, citizenship, disability, protected veteran or marital status.

    OrthoGrid Systems is headquartered in Salt Lake City, UT with R&D facilities in Strasbourg, France.  We are a rapidly expanding global leader in intraoperative imaging technologies targeting component and anatomic alignment, imaging efficiency, optimized visualization and decision-making support for orthopedic surgery. OrthoGrid specializes in leveraging the latest innovation in technology to create practical and efficient solutions available or in development for hip arthroplasty, hip preservation, trauma and other standard procedures performed over 10 million times per year globally.  

    • To be considered for this postion, forward resume and cover letter to hr@orthogrid.com 
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Outside Sales Representative - United States

About OrthoGrid Systems, Inc.

OrthoGrid Systems, Inc. is a privately owned medical device company based in Salt Lake City, Utah focused on inventing more accurate and cost-effective ways to assist in proper positioning of implants and restoration of leg length when performing total hip replacement. OrthoGrid® supplies a growing portfolio of patented and patent-pending technologies related to intraoperative alignment using radiopaque grid patterns for orthopedic total joint arthroplasty and trauma.

This is an exciting opportunity for results oriented outside sales representatives with that "hunter mentality". Those who succeed are self-motivated, possess a great desire to learn and work hard, and have excellent interpersonal and communication skills. We build multiple relationships in hospital and surgery center settings throughout the US. The perfect candidates are B2B reps with an executive presence who know how to cold call and can positively interface with decision makers including Surgeons, OR Directors, Radiologist Technologists, Purchasing Managers and CFO’s.

Responsibilities:

  • Prospect for new customers and business in addition to growing and maintaining the existing customer portfolio.
  • Qualify new leads to maintain identified business to support a balanced sales funnel for future sales.
  • Interact with Orthopedic Surgeons, Radiology Technologists, and the OR team to train in product usage, assist and gain experience in the O.R.Setting.
  • Generate proposals, prepare sales quotations, plan customer meetings, and demonstrate equipment capabilities on assigned products in assigned territory.
  • Negotiate deals and close sales while interfacing with all key buying influencers including direct users of the product; but also Purchasing Managers and CXO level personnel.
  • Achieve annual and quarterly achievement of multiple order and revenue targets through accurate monthly and quarterly forecasting, by prioritizing selling time to generate sales.
  • Travel to attend industry events and trade shows. Actively follow up on all leads.
  • Manages the territory in an efficient and orderly manner through effective business planning and implementation, ascribing to principles of key account prioritization/surgeons.

Communication and Company Support:

  • Contribute to the development of a strong team effort.
  • Participate and lead company initiatives such as product launches, key customer educational and training programs, and strategic planning sessions.
  • Communicate market intelligence and competitive product activity.

Self Development and Product Knowledge:

  • Develop and maintain comprehensive clinical and technical product knowledge.
  • Demonstrate a high level of organization.
  • Demonstrate good strategic thinking and decision making ability.
  • Recognize and understand competitive products, features and strengths in relation to the portfolio of OrthoGrid products.
  • Actively participate in skills development programs.

Required Skills:

  • 2+ years of medical device, hospital sales experience with documented results or strong B2B sales experience with heavy prospecting/cold calling.
  • Demonstrate documented success in a previous sales role; indicate a high level of sales performance.
  • BA/BS degree required.
  • Must be able to travel on occasion (50% or less annually).
  • Must have valid driver's license.

Compensation:

  • Compensation includes a competitive base salary commensurate with experience + a generous commission structure.
  • Travel and Expense Budget
  • All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, ethnicity, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status. Orthogrid is an EO employer – M/F/Veteran/Disability

    • To be considered for this postion, forward resume and cover letter to hr@orthogrid.com