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Myomo is a small company that changes people's lives.  Recently, a patient and potential user visiting our web site wrote "I cried when I watched your video".  Working for Myomo not only gives you the chance to do good, but also the opportunity to work with a great group of bright, dedicated professionals who love the small rapid-growth company environment where you know everyone and your personal contribution is critical to the whole team's success.

Myomo is headquartered in the Cambridge Innovation Center, surrounded by hundreds of entrepreneurs and some of the best creative minds in the world.  Our field organization generally works from their homes across the country.

Reimbursement Department Manager (RDM)

Location: Cambridge, MA

 

Description and Responsibilities:

This is a full time, salaried position for an experienced medical professional who wants to advocate for patients with chronic arm weakness (e.g. secondary to stroke, spinal cord injury, TBI, BPI, genetic conditions, etc.) in order to secure insurance benefits for medically necessary myoelectric upper extremity orthoses (the MyoPro).  This orthosis can restore function and independence to patients who might have been previously deemed untreatable.  The mission of the Myomo Reimbursement Department is to both be a champion for all individual patients needing our help, as well as to effect large scale change within the insurance industry to accept this technology as the new standard of care.  

The RDM reports directly to Myomo's Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Brandon Green, and is responsible for managing day-to-day operations needed for writing comprehensive prior authorization packets and filing timely appeals of insurance denials. The RDM works in conjunction with existing Reimbursement Department administrative staff, Myomo customers (certified prosthetist/orthotists) and related clinical referral sources (MD/DOs, OTs) to gather all necessary medical records and related documents needed to fully report on patients' histories to their insurers and demonstrate medical necessity for the MyoPro.  

The RDM's main work product is a written History and Physical Exam Review that unifies the evidence for medical necessity, and serves as the basis for prior authorization and any written appeals that might follow.  This work can occur primarily either from the RDM's home or from an office provided at Myomo headquarters in Cambridge, but the RDM should live in New England with easy access to Boston for regular in-person meetings with Dr. Green.  

Experience and Skills:

  • Bachelor's degree and graduate of an accredited physician assistant, nursing, or occupational therapy program.  
  • At least one-year direct patient care experience in a hospital and/or out-patient setting (e.g. neurology, PM&R, neurosurgery, et al) with responsibility for patients who commonly suffer upper extremity weakness as a result of illness/injury.  
  • Successful applicants should also be well versed in medical terminology, comfortable with reading/interpreting medical records from various physician specialties and from allied health professionals, and able to independently write a comprehensive H&P Review based upon those records alone (or supplemented by video conferences with the patient when needed for completeness).

About Myomo

Myomo develops mobility solutions for people with neurological disorders. The MyoPro arm orthoses help increase movement in weak, impaired arms. The company combines technology developed at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) with orthotics and prosthetics (O&P) professionals to help neurologically impaired people regain independence. For more information, visit myomo.com.

 

Please forward resume to jobs@myomo.com

 

All qualified applications will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, gender, national origin, disability and protected veterans status or any other personal characteristic protected by law. 

Electrical Engineer

Location: Cambridge, MA

 

Description:

Myomo is seeking an Electrical Engineer to work as part of the team responsible for the design and development of powered orthotics for the MyoPro Product Line. The ideal candidate is a hands-on engineer with a passion for bringing novel designs to market in an exciting and fast-paced startup environment. He/she should have a good fundamental understanding of circuit design, controls, signal processing, and experience bringing products from early concept development through to commercialization.

Responsibilities:

  • Designing and improving Myomo’s line of robotic exoskeletons
  • Developing new control and signal processing algorithms
  • Designing electronic components for the MyoPro product line
  • Interacting with suppliers to obtain quotes and transfer to manufacturing
  • Collaborating with the engineering team to solve problems and develop new prototypes

Experience:

  • BS in Electrical Engineering & 5-10 years’ experience, or MS & 3+ years industry experience
  • Product development and/or robotics experience
  • In-depth knowledge of control and signal processing algorithm development for products
  • Experience designing and integrating electronics for actuation, sensing, filtering, control logic, and power regulation

Skills:

  • Diverse range of electronics and electrical engineering skills and experiences
  • Ability to develop specialized control and signal processing algorithms for embedded electronics and stand-alone systems
  • Electronics schematics and board designs.
  • Board layout software experience and proficiency
  • Electronic assembly skill including soldering, measuring, and components identification
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Effective teamwork skills with the desire to learn and adapt with a small dynamic team
  • Attention to detail and ability to manage engineering BOMs and documentation effectively

About Myomo

Myomo develops mobility solutions for people with neurological disorders. The MyoPro arm orthoses help increase movement in weak, impaired arms. The company combines technology developed at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) with orthotics and prosthetics (O&P) professionals to help neurologically impaired people regain independence. For more information, visit myomo.com.

 

Please forward resume to jobs@myomo.com

 

All qualified applications will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, gender, national origin, disability and protected veterans status or any other personal characteristic protected by law. 

Clinical Sales Specialist

Location: Field Based

  • West Coast
  • Texas  

Description:

Myomo is seeking a Clinical Sales Specialist to join its growing team of successful business development and sales professionals.  Those with a passion for bringing novel designs to market in an exciting and fast-paced startup environment are encouraged to apply!

Responsibilities:

  •  Provide clinical training and sales support to clients and Myomo team members within sales, reimbursement, research and customer service
  • Deliver training modules, in-services, and CEU’s
  • Provide clinical expertise and support to customers in the form of meetings, presentations and training.
  • Create sales support plan for designated key customers to achieve and exceed revenue targets
  • Deliver support for sales team within hospital, rehabilitation, prosthetist, orthotist, occupational therapist, hand therapist, physical therapist, physicians, and case managers
  • Complete patient evaluations for Myopro and paperwork to support reimbursement
  • Support business development opportunities

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree, 5+ years’ experience as a Certified Hand Therapist (CHT), Occupational Therapist
  • 2+ years’ experience working for manufacturer in similar role preferred
  • 2+ years’ experience working in a customer support sales role with manufacturer preferred
  • Proficient with remote web-based support and training
  • Ability to attend and present at national conferences, regional meetings, and at all levels within an organization
  • Wide-ranging experience in patient care and providing instruction at education seminars.

Skills:

  • Highly effective communication skills for various public speaking assignments
  • Outstanding presentation and public speaking skills
  • Ability to build relationships and increase client base
  • Excellent written and verbal communicational skills
  • Computer literate, specifically, in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

Travel:

  • Position is home based
  • Up to 50-60% including some weekends
     

About Myomo

Myomo develops mobility solutions for people with neurological disorders. The MyoPro arm orthoses help increase movement in weak, impaired arms. The company combines technology developed at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) with orthotics and prosthetics (O&P) professionals to help neurologically impaired people regain independence. For more information, visit myomo.com.

 

Please forward resume to jobs@myomo.com

 

All qualified applications will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, gender, national origin, disability and protected veterans status or any other personal characteristic protected by law. 

Electro-Mechanical Engineering Intern

Location: Cambridge, MA
 

Description:

In this position, you will assist Myomo’s engineering team with the design, fabrication, and validation of various concepts, fixtures, and products. Working alongside our experienced engineering team, you will help us solve challenging problems and build knowledge about complex electro-mechanical systems.

Responsibilities:

  • Work alongside our engineers to design and develop R&D prototypes, validation test platforms, and design concepts
  • Hands-on fabrication, assembly, testing and debugging of sensors, actuators, circuit boards, and structural elements
  • Evaluate prototype products and suggest improvements
  • Opportunities to interact with paralyzed users and observe life-improving outcomes

Requirements:

  • Must be enrolled in a 4-year engineering program
  • Solid understanding of fundamental engineering principles
  • Experience using 3D CAD software, Solidworks preferred
  • Hands-on knowledge of prototyping processes such as 3D printing, laser cutting, mill, lathe, and hand tools
  • Creative problem solver, capable of brainstorming, sketching, and communicating multiple solutions to a design problem
  • Hands-on experience with prototyping electronics such as Arduino, Raspberry Pi, etc. is a plus
  • Must be available for at least 10 weeks between May and September

 

How to Apply

Email your resume to jobs@myomo.com and make sure to include the words “Summer Intern 2018” in your subject line.

 

All qualified applications will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, gender, national origin, disability and protected veterans status or any other personal characteristic protected by law.