Cedars-Sinai Sr. Product Manager - Quantitative Diagnostic Software Group in Los Angeles, California
The Quantitative Diagnostic Software Group develops software and algorithms that allow computers to analyze, process and quantify 3D and 4D images of the heart much in the same way as an experienced human operator would. These software applications improve accuracy and reproducibility of measurements, resulting in higher efficiency and better patient care. The software and algorithms are extensively validated and widely considered to represent the gold standard in nuclear cardiology.
Our Technical Product Manager leads business development, sales and support, and plays a key role in product development for all software applications developed and distributed globally by the Cedars-Sinai Quantitative Diagnostic Software Group, an FDA-registered and ISO-certified medical device manufacturer. Oversees direct sales program, and is the primary liaison between Cedars-Sinai and all companies that license the Cedars-Sinai Cardiac Suite and other software products. You will ensure that business and user experience goals are met as subject matter expert of both the nuclear medicine marketplace and Cedars-Sinai commercial products, and by working closely with external vendors and multiple cross-functional teams (e.g. regulatory, operations, development).
- Bachelor's Degree in Nuclear Medicine, engineering, computer science or other similar fields is required
License and certification/s:
- CNMT or ARRT (N) strongly preferred
Five (5) years of project/product management experience, including managing all phases of software product life cycle strongly desired.
Once (1) year of experience with the medical device market environment as a product or sales manager, working within a Quality Management System.
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