Job Title: Clinical Affairs Director
Reports To: Chief Medical Officer (CMO)
Location: Boston, MA

About Microbot Medical

Microbot Medical is a dynamic, publicly traded, global, medical robotic device startup company. The Company develops robotic devices in the interventional endovascular space that provides doctors and surgeons with new technological capabilities to improve a patient’s health, comfort, and quality of life. Our headquarters are in Boston, MA and our R&D is in Israel.


This position will play a pivotal role in building the Company’s position in the robotic surgery space. The Clinical Affairs Director will report directly to the Chief Medical Officer (CMO). 

Main Responsibilities

    • Support the CMO with strategic planning for all clinical sites 
    • Executes global clinical affairs strategies, in collaboration with the CMO, regulatory affairs, sales & marketing and research & development
    • Manage all clinical activities in the USA
    • Identify and Build COE (Centers of Excellence) 
    • Develop relationship with PI’s {Primary Investigators}
    • Create and execute objective end points for clinical studies 
    • Attend all studies, collect, and decipher data 
    • Share post market study results
    • Provides training to clinical sites
    • Prepares and manages clinical affairs budgets
    • Prepares or assists with development of clinical documents submitted to regulatory authorities
    • Develops clinical trial protocols and other study-related documentation
    • Develops case report forms (CRFs) and oversees database building and management
    • Manages vendors such as CRO’s, monitors, database administrators, biostatisticians, and other consultants

Qualifications & Requirements:

    • Requires a higher education in one or more of the following fields:
    • Medical, Life sciences, or other scientific discipline
    • 5 years’ experience in global clinical trials management
    • Medical device experience – Early-stage startup experience- A Must 
    • Deep understanding of the market landscape for robotic surgery and preferably in interventional endovascular space– advantage
    • Well versed in FDA regulations and standards, GCP guidelines and CE
    • Excellent leadership, management, collaboration, and decision-making skills
    • Outstanding written, verbal and presentation communication skills
    • Highly organized and detail oriented, with solid analytical skills
    • High caliber, dynamic personality that promotes a positive culture and self-starter who will take initiative
    • Outstanding written/verbal communication skills
    • Ability to travel 60% of the time

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