We are a medical device company with a core group of talented engineers and professionals. We’re experienced in developing diverse medical components including blood handling disposables, instruments, and blood pumping systems.
Headquartered in Pelham, NH we are creating a new, pulsatile blood pump for extracorporeal circulatory support applications (i.e., heart-lung machines). The VentriFlo® True Pulse Pump™ is being designed to improve both short-term and long-term outcomes for pediatric and adult patients who require cardiopulmonary support during surgery or in the ICU. In addition, VentriFlo pumps aim to reduce the length of hospital stays and decrease associated costs.
VentriFlo, Inc. recognizes the important role that company culture plays in supporting both the individual and the team. VentriFlo, Inc. respects the individual, their ideas and experiences, and each day we benefit from our staff’s diverse perspectives in strengthening competitive and creative advantages. Our supportive environment is based on integrity, mutual respect, trust and teamwork while valuing individual differences.
We’re working in a fast-paced medical device marketplace where the details make all the difference.
Current Openings (All positions located in Pelham NH)
Engineering – Electrical
No openings at this time
Engineering – Software
As a Software Engineer, you’ll work as a key member of our multi-disciplinary, engineering team to advance the development of our novel medical device, a blood pump replacing the hearts of children undergoing heart surgery. The ideal candidate for this position will have experience in multiple areas including software, electronics, and embedded software development.
The Quality Manager role has primary responsibility for supporting and managing the Quality Management System assisting with development and implementation of standard operating procedures in compliance with applicable FDA, ISO-13485, CE and other regulatory certification requirements as well as with internal policies and objectives.
The Senior Document Control Specialist role has primary responsibility for managing the Document Control System. They will assist with the development and implementation of standard operating procedures (SOPs) in compliance with applicable FDA, ISO-13485, and CE guidance.