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Amaranth Medical, Inc. Is Hiring!

Amaranth Medical Inc is dedicated to advancing the practice of medicine and improving the long-term health of patients worldwide. We strive to become the new global standard of care for stent interventions. Our success depends on talented and motivated individuals who share our passion for making a difference in patients’ lives.

We are a young and vibrant company located both in Mountain View, California, and in Singapore. We pride ourselves on a highly collaborative, multidisciplinary environment where initiative and teamwork are valued and individual efforts are recognized. We offer a competitive, comprehensive benefits package.

Competitive Compensation Package

  • Competitive salary
  • Pre-IPO stock options
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance
  • 401(k) plan
  • Paid time off (PTO)

Manufacturing Engineer
Location: Mountain View, CA
Department: Operations
Type: Full Time/Exempt
Reporting to:
Vice President of Operations
Summary of Responsibilities:
The Manufacturing Engineer (ME) will support all aspects of manufacturing, including human-use builds. The ME will be responsible for day-to-day line support as well as process transfer from R&D to Operations. The ME will also be responsible for supporting audits, both internally and from Regulatory Agencies.
Responsibilities:
  • Responsible for the day-to-day engineering support of manufacturing
  • Responsible for developing SPC charting for materials, components, and processes
  • Generate written reports, charts, graphs to support operations
  • Maintaining compliance to cGMP/ISO/QSR systems
  • Developing and updating manufacturing documents
  • Responsible for the IQ/OQ/PQ of equipment and processes
  • Conduct testing and engineering studies for process improvements
  • Ensure that manufacturing processes and methods are consistent, cost-effective, and reliable
  • Actively work to minimize in-process waste while enhancing product quality
  • Support company goals and objectives, policies and procedures
  • Support and train technicians and operators on manufacturing processes
  • Communicate (written, verbal) and provide updates on manufacturing issues to engineering team and management
  • Must maintain a clean, safe, and well-organized work environment
Qualifications:
  • Experience in Clean Room Operations and Procedures
  • Hands-on experience in manufacturing and processing of medical devices, preferable in stent, catheter, and/or coating of devices
  • Statistical Process Control (SPC) and/or statistical analysis skills
  • Experienced in equipment and process qualification and validation (IQ/OQ/PQ)
  • Proficient in technical writing
  • Work experience under regulated environment (cGMP, ISO)
  • Knowledge of polymers and polymer processing a plus
  • Understanding of process optimization and process efficiency
Experience:
  • Minimum 2-3 years in Medical Device Industry, preferable 5+ years
Education:
  • Minimum BS in Engineering, Chemical or Mechanical Engineering preferred
Administrative Assistant
Location: Mountain View, CA
Department: General & Administration
Type: Temp to Perm, Full Time/Exempt
Reporting to:
Controller & Director of Administration
Summary of Responsibilities:
The Administrative Assistant will perform general office duties and provide administrative support to Amaranth staff. The Administrative Assistant will perform secretarial duties and administrative functions requiring confidentiality, initiative and sound decision-making for the company. Incumbent will rely on excellent communication and organizational skills with the ability to effectively handle priorities from multiple departments as well as exercise independent judgment, escalating serious or unique problems to higher levels.   
Responsibilities:
  • Phone call screening and office equipment maintenance
  • Organize numerous clinical trial travel and arrange international conferences and meetings
  • Manage assembly and publishing of Board meeting materials using PowerPoint
  • Maintain and update company website using WordPress
  • Receive, sort, and deliver Incoming mail and packages
  • Place orders for supplies and general office items through order confirmation and receiving of supplies
  • Expense report review and reconciliation (verify receipts, nature of expenses and account numbers)
  • Tracking and reconciliation of Corporate credit card purchases against monthly due dates
  • Organize accounting records and process accounts payable paperwork
  • Assist with departmental projects (I.e. clinical binders, data searches, quality records, etc.)
  • Assist with companywide meetings, ordering meals and pre-meeting preparation of equipment
  • Provide superior support to Controller and Director of Administration
  • Special projects, as assigned by Management team
Qualifications:
  • 2+ years successful office experience or equivalent
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills using spelling, grammar, and punctuation
  • Basic mathematical computations, accounting and recordkeeping
  • Ability to prioritize work assignments, critical tasks and routine / unplanned work
  • Strong and precise follow through with attention to detail
  • Exercise judgment to manage multiple projects in accordance with standard practices and policies
  • Communicate effectively with co-workers, supervisors and general public (suppliers and customers)
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Acrobat, and Outlook; understanding of using the Internet as a productivity and research tool
Education:
  • High school diploma or equivalent, Bachelor’s degree preferred
Operator
Location: Mountain View, CA
Department: Operations
Type: Full Time/Non-Exempt
Reporting to:
Manufacturing Manager
Summary of Responsibilities:
The Operator will support all aspects of manufacturing, including human-use builds. The Operator will be responsible for day-to-day manufacturing of medical devices, specifically drug coated stents.
Responsibilities:
  • Responsible for the day-to-day support of manufacturing
  • Must adhere to Clean Room requirements
  • Must follow written instructions for manufacturing of medical products
  • Must complete sections of lot history records to support operations
  • Must maintain compliance to cGMP/ISO/QSR systems
  • Support engineering/R&D development builds
  • Actively work to minimize in-process waste while enhancing product quality
  • Support company goals and objectives, policies and procedures
  • Communicate (written or verbal) on manufacturing issues to engineering team and management
  • Must maintain a clean, safe, and well-organized work environment
Qualifications:
  • Experience in Clean Room Operations and Procedures
  • Hands-on experience in manufacturing and processing of medical devices, preferable in stent, catheter, and/or coating of devices
  • Hands-on experience in manufacturing of small parts or devices
  • Must be proficient in following manufacturing instructions
  • Work experience under regulated environment (cGMP, ISO, QSR)
  • Knowledge of polymers and polymer processing a plus
  • Knowledge of stent and stent processing a plus
Experience:
  • Minimum 2-3 years in Medical Device Industry, preferable 5+ years
Education:
  • High school diploma or equivalent

 

If you’re looking for a career that enables you to pursue both professional and personal goals, we invite you to consider a career at Amaranth Medical, Inc. Please forward your resumé to info@amaranthmedical.com for consideration.

Amaranth Medical Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.