Current Open Positions at RevBio and RevBio Animal Health
RevBio is hiring the new wave of team members who will propel our company to the next level of product innovation and commercial success. Nearing FDA approval for our first clinical indication, the following roles will offer broad opportunities for career growth. Headquartered in Lowell, MA, at the UMASS research facility, our team works in a beautifully restored mill building with open and highly collaborative workspaces.
|R&D Project Manager||The R&D Project Manager will actively interface with engineers, surgeons, and the company’s executive management team to develop project plans and associated budgets, lead project teams, identify and mitigate risks, and track and report progress on assigned projects. This individual will develop concepts, drawings, and prototypes for new products, and will also work with suppliers to build prototypes and/or test models, and may also interface with other company personnel and product development resources as necessary.|
|PrODUCT Development Engineer||The Product Development Engineer will actively interface with engineers, surgeons, and the executive management team to develop medical device products. This individual will develop concepts, drawings, and prototypes for new products and product platforms and will also work with vendors to build prototypes and/or testing models and may also interface with divisional R&D and product development resources as necessary.|
|Sr. Research Chemist||The Research Chemist II will be responsible for planning and executing physical and chemical characterization across multiple projects. This individual will be responsible for method development, analysis of results and the presentation of data to a cross functional team. The Research Chemist II will actively interface with engineers, surgeons, and the executive management team to characterize and develop medical device products. This individual will perform analytical quality testing for product characterization and product conformance and may also interface with external collaborators and manage the data acquired from them.|
|Lab Manager||The Laboratory Manager is responsible for the overall organization of the company’s laboratory-based workspaces, including ordering laboratory supplies, monitoring inventory levels, and scheduling the maintenance, repair, and calibration of equipment. This individual will interface with environmental health & safety (EHS) personnel, research and development staff, and support the maintenance of the company’s quality management system (QMS). The Laboratory Manager will follow the company’s standard operating procedures (SOPs), and develop, design, and implement modifications to such procedures to increase overall efficiency and effectiveness. This individual must be able to meet deadlines and assess priorities for handling multiple projects and fluctuating workloads.|