NUCLEAR MEDICINE TECHNOLOGIST - PRODUCT SPECIALIST

Position Overview
 

This position involves Writing, Training, Research and more in the areas below, related to SPECT and PET cardiac imaging.

 

  • You have obtained a CNMT designation

  • You have provided patient care for 3+ years, predominantly cardiac care

  • That experience is supplemented by writing, presenting, researching, training or other non-patient interaction skills

  • Now you are ready to extend and apply that knowledge in an “office oriented setting”

  • All cardiac SPECT and PET cameras / modalities / protocols / software platforms

  • This position involves Writing, Training, Research and more in the areas above, related to SPECT & PET cardiac imaging

  • Based in Ann Arbor, Michigan

  • (Monday – Friday daytime hours)
     

Principal Responsibilities

 

Training Customers

 

  • Training new customers at their location – requires out-of-state travel

  • Assess and research customer related imaging and reporting issues

  • Thorough documentation

  • Assist with pre-sale product demonstrations

  • Develop educational presentations and write-ups

  • Other related projects as requested

  • Creating Product Related Material

  • Involves strong business writing skills

  • Organization and logical thought

 

Material includes

  • User Guides

  • Clinical Guidance Documents

  • Product Collateral

  • Training Narratives

  • Research and summarize Industry related topics, as requested

  • Develop analytical reports as requested

 

Assisting Other Areas

 

Sales

  • Understand customer needs

  • Assist them through the purchase process

  • Product Collateral

  • Training Narratives

  • Research and summarize Industry related topics, as requested

 

Research

  • Assist with the management of clinical image datasets

  • Assist in the generation of abstracts and technical papers

  • Grant writing a plus

  • Develop/document process and procedures

 

Qualifications Required

 

Education

 

  • Graduate from a certified nuclear medicine school or equivalent

  • Associates or Bachelor’s degree

  • Registered or licensed in an imaging modality

  • A.R.R.T. certified or equivalent license

 

Training and Experience

 

  • Candidate must have a minimum of three years clinical experience in nuclear medicine

  • Coupled with one year of project management experience, of any nature

  • Comfortable using computers for processing images and general office needs

  • Multi-modality experience a plus

  • Reasonable knowledge of Microsoft Office

 

Qualitative Skills

 

  • Concise, effective communicator – both written and oral

  • Examples of project management that can be evidenced

  • Excellent organization skills – both tasks and computer files

  • Business logic

  • Multiple-project experience; ability to handle dynamic workload

  • Comfortable using computers and basic Office applications

  • Significant experience with Word and PowerPoint a plus

 

Attitude

 

  • Self-starter / self-directed

  • A desire to become a specialist in all facets of nuclear medical imaging

  • Desire to be a part of a fast paced, high energy, talented team

  • Have a “can-do” positive attitude

  • Understands the importance of project completion – results oriented

 

Apply Today

 

  • This is a full-time position located in Ann Arbor, Michigan

  • Salary commensurate with experience

  • Performance bonus

  • Medical benefits

  • Company match 401K

  • Paid vacation and holidays

  • INVIA is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

To apply, please send your resume along with a cover letter to careers@inviasolutions.com 

About the Company

Successfully spun-out of the University of Michigan, INVIA Medical Imaging Solutions (“INVIA”) is a leading, medical imaging software-development company.  INVIA’s expertise and experience spans the clinical environment as well as software development and validation. The Company brings together medical expertise, established clinical validation, and intimate knowledge of the trends and drivers that affect medical professionals.

 

Corridor4DM, INVIA’s flag-ship nuclear cardiac imaging solution, has provided a 4 dimensional quantification and review environment for medical professionals for over 15 years.  Nuclear cardiologists and other medical professionals use INVIA’s solutions to interpret and analyze patient studies to diagnose cardiac health.

 

INVIA was founded by Dr. Edward Ficaro, Ph.D. and Dr. James Corbett, M.D. and is located in Ann Arbor, Michigan.  Please see www.inviasolutions.com for more information.

 

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