Nevro (NYSE: NVRO) is a public multinational medical technology company headquartered in Redwood City, California. We have developed HF10™ therapy, an innovative, evidence-based neuromodulation platform.
We started with a simple mission to help more patients suffering from chronic pain. At each stage of development, our research was subject to the highest levels of scientific rigor, resulting in a new therapy that has impacted the lives of over 28,000 patients around the world.
The Nevro® Senza® SCS System received CE mark in 2010, TGA approval in 2011, FDA approval in 2015, and is commercially available in Europe, Australia, and the United States.
Nevro is seeking a Sr. Electrical Engineering Manager to lead the electrical engineering function for the Research and Development team in Redwood City.
This position has the responsibility and authority to lead the electrical engineering team to develop and maintain Nevro’s electrical technologies. This position will be responsible for mentoring and accelerating the growth of his or her team members and provide regular coaching and feedback to aid in their career development.
The ideal candidate has:
• Demonstrated engineering management skills, with experience recruiting, hiring and managing high performing design teams. A strong desire to promote growth and career development for team members.
• Experience in the structured environment of a regulated industry such as medical devices, aerospace or similar is preferred. Functional familiarity with the FDA Submission process, ISO Requirements and QSR requirements is also preferred.
• Demonstrated leadership and the ability to foster a culture of high quality designs, collaboration, and innovation.
• Drive to ensure cooperative and open communication processes occur within and across functional groups.
• Ability to manage budgets as related to annual operating plan targets.
• Bachelors in Electrical Engineering or Biomedical Engineering with an electrical focus
• Minimum 7 years of medical device R&D experience, with at least 4 years of experience in active implantable medical devices.
• Proven leadership skills and track record of mentoring people and advancing the organization
• Outstanding communication and presentation skills (written and verbal) to all levels of an organization
• Self-starting, self-motivated, self-directed, and self-sufficient
• Naturally accountable and responsible
• Exceptional attention to detail
• Demonstrated creative and critical thinking capabilities
• Remains flexible and calm in the face of ambiguity
• Must possess a professional demeanor and demonstrated effectiveness working with others