Welcome to our career page

Find out more about our company and what it is like to work with us.

This is what we do.

Here at Breas you get the chance to help in developing products that really matter.
Medical centers all over the world rely on our ventilators to treat a variety of neuro muscular and lung related diseases. What we do here matters. Every day. If you want to do work that matters, we would love for you to be a part of our team.

Open positions

Job title
Job category
Location
Apply by
Job title: Warehouse Associate
Job category: Operations
Location: Boston
Apply by: 2021-03-26

From our Z1 CPAP to iSleep to Nippy to Vivo, Breas Medical provides a full line of innovative respiratory medical devices to our patients. As we are embracing another stage of fast expansion, we are looking for a Warehouse Associate to join our facility at Billerica, MA. This position will be responsible for ensuring that our in-coming materials and product is moved in and out of our warehouse in a safe and efficient manner, that proper inventory is maintained, and good housekeeping and warehouse standards are upheld. The job requires the individual to be a team player with the ability to function well in a challenging and fast paced environment. Must have a positive attitude, be dependable, flexible, and mature.

Responsibilities:

 Using ERP systems, receives and stocks parts, counts, picks and delivers and transfers inventory to various locations

  • Follow applicable documentation and instructions to pack and ship out products to distributors or customers
  • Ensures that inventory locations are clearly identified and maintained and that inventory is continuously aligned with automated inventory records
  • Operate warehouse equipment such as Forklifts, Electric Pallet Jacks etc.
  • Maintains housekeeping per safety training and requirements
  • Maintain a neat, orderly, well-organized, and safe working environment for logistics areas based on 5S and OSHA requirements.  

 Qualifications:

  • Requires a high school degree or equivalent with 2+ years’ experience in a shipping, receiving and materials handling in a manufacturing environment
  • Demonstrable proficiency with computers and working knowledge of Windows, Microsoft Office applications or equivalent
  • Ability to lift a minimum of 30 Lbs
  • Good written and verbal skills
  • Basic knowledge of inventory control practices
  • Experience with forklifts and/or forklift certification preferred

 

Job title: Service Technician
Job category: Operations
Location: Boston
Apply by: 2021-03-26

When you can´t breathe, nothing else matters.

Our vision at Breas is to provide innovative solutions that enable people with chronic respiratory conditions to live life to the fullest.

We are looking for a Service Technician  who wants to make an impact and change the world of ventilation for the better.

At Breas Medical, you will get the chance to work on projects of high importance that improve our end users quality of life. Working at Breas Medical will most likely be a new, impactful chapter of your life, and be a great opportunity for growth.

As one of our key talents, you will be joining at a very exciting stage of our journey. We have just launched two new product series within our Vivo range, with a total of seven new ventilator products. These new products enable us in our strive to be our customers preferred choice and the global market leader within the mechanical ventilator product segment.

This exciting position is within our Operations Department based at the Breas N. Billerica, MA office.  Responsibilities include:

  • Provide customer support to Breas’ customers, including but not limit to: contact customers, address customers’ requests from the field, perform troubleshooting Breas’ products, and process product returns by following Standard Operating Procedure (SOP).
  • Follow SOP to maintenance, repair, testing, assemble and disassemble electro-mechanical subassemblies and finished level products.
  • Perform fault tracing to diagnose product problems and come up with solutions to repair them.
  • Order parts needed for repairs and maintenance if needed.
  • Fill out detailed service records, Device History Records (DHR) and keep records on services that have been performed.
  • Set up and operate test equipment, and maintain a neat and organized work area.
  • Separate scrap or waste materials for recycling, reuse, or environmentally sound disposal.
  • Educating customers on how to use and maintain their device.
  • Explain issues with device and repairs to customers.
  • Assist in material cycle counting and inventory control activities as requested.
  • Support customer service, technical service, and other activities as requested

          Requirements:

  • Requires a high school degree or equivalent with at least 3-5 years of experience in the field or in a related area.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Ability to use a variety of tools and equipment (hand tools, power supplies, meters, fixtures tooling).
  • Familiarity with GMP environment; reading & checking Bills of Materials, schematics, and machine/assembly drawings.
  • Ability to work under minimum supervision with a high degree of organizational and technical competence.
  • Ability to function well under pressure and expend effort to meet schedules and deadlines.
  • Experience working in a medical device manufacturer preferred.
  • Experience  working in a technical service/customer service environment preferred

Job category: Operations
Location: Boston
Apply by: 2021-03-16

When you can´t breathe, nothing else matters.

Our vision at Breas is to provide innovative solutions that enable people with chronic respiratory conditions to live life to the fullest.

We are looking for a Production Technician  who wants to make an impact and change the world of ventilation for the better.

At Breas Medical, you will get the chance to work on projects of high importance that improve our end users quality of life. Working at Breas Medical will most likely be a new, impactful chapter of your life, and be a great opportunity for growth.

As one of our key talents, you will be joining at a very exciting stage of our journey. We have just launched two new product series within our Vivo range, with a total of seven new ventilator products. These new products enable us in our strive to be our customers preferred choice and the global market leader within the mechanical ventilator product segment.

This exciting position is within our Operations department based at the Breas N. Billerica, MA office. The position is temporary to permanent. Responsibilities include:

    • Follow applicable documentation and instructions to assemble electro-mechanical subassemblies and finished level products.
    • Follow applicable documentation and instructions to test products or subassemblies for functionality or quality.
    • Generate assembly records for system Device History Records (DHR).
    • Troubleshoot problems with equipment, devices, or products.
    • Maintain a neat and organized work area.
    • Perform test protocols for product qualifications.
    • Set up and operate production equipment in accordance with current good manufacturing practices (cGMP) and standard operating procedures.
    • Separate scrap or waste materials for recycling, reuse, or environmentally sound disposal.
    • Assist in material cycle counting activities as requested.
    • Support engineering development activities as requested

                            Qualifications

    • Requires a high school degree or equivalent with at least 3-5 years of experience in the field or in a related area.
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
    • Ability to use a variety of tools and equipment (hand tools, power supplies, meters, fixtures tooling).
    • Familiarity with GMP environment; reading & checking Bills of Materials, schematics, and machine/assembly drawings.
    • Ability to work under minimum supervision with a high degree of organizational and technical competence.
    • Ability to function well under pressure and expend effort to meet schedules and deadlines.
    • Experiences in working in a medical device manufacturer preferred.

Job category: Sales
Location: Boston
Apply by: 2021-03-12

When you can´t breathe, nothing else matters.

Our vision at Breas is to provide innovative solutions that enable people with chronic respiratory conditions to live life to the fullest.

We are looking for a Customer Care Manager who wants to make an impact and change the world of ventilation for the better.

At Breas Medical, you will get the chance to work on projects of high importance that improve our end users quality of life. Working at Breas Medical will most likely be a new, impactful chapter of your life, and be a great opportunity for growth.

As one of our key talents, you will be joining Breas at a very exciting stage of our journey. We have just launched two new product series within our Vivo range, with a total of seven new ventilator products. These new products enable us in our strive to be our customers preferred choice and the global market leader within the mechanical ventilator product segment.

This exciting position is within our Customer Service/Technical Services department based at the Breas, N. Billerica, MA office.

The Customer Care Manager position is the focal point for all customer facing service related matters within Breas Medical U.S.
The position leads the Customer Service, Technical Support and Service teams located in the U.S., as well as all with dotted-line functional managers Globally.

The Customer Care Manager is a natural part of Breas Medical’s customer facing support activities in the U.S. market, to provide the management team with clear view of Customer Service, Service and Technical Support functions as a business, and leads the U.S. team to ensure support readiness and high level of customer satisfaction. Ensures that our commercial support processes are up-to-date and are implemented in the U.S. and aligned with global processes and U.S. regional nuances in the business. Responsibilities Include:

  • Lead a continuous improvement philosophy in all department activities and functions
  • Lead the Customer Service, Service and Tech Support teams
  • Ensure the U.S. commercial support teams are equipped to provide best-in-class service solutions to customers
  • Implement service solutions and contracts with customers
  • Provide periodic service audits for contracted customers and service centers
  • Implement customer service solutions as commercial support for sales, marketing and service
  • Handle all customer related price files within ERP and CRM. Ensure pricing integrity within U.S.
  • Report Service & Customer Support metrics to the local G.M.
  • Own the service as a P&L within Breas U.S.
  • Plan and execute new service offerings to ensure these are key selling points for Breas
  • Deliver service education/training in the Americas within Product launch plans
  • Ensure service processes are set up and working properly in the U.S.
  • Lead the operations of  Customer Service,  Tech Support teams
  • Ensure correct use of CRM for all inbound and outbound customer communications (eg MS Dynamics)
  • Ensure correct use of Service processes (eg JIRA)
  • Ensure correct use of Sales Order processes (eg JDE)
  • Closely co-operate with Production, Quality and other departments (e.g. R& D)
  • Support other Service / tech support specialists within the organization with coaching, problem solving, advice and training
  • Set the right focus and prioritize the repairs for the Service team
  • Provide metrics for a U.S. view point, supporting the GM in the businesses
  • Communication with regions, solving issues related to service
  • Report key issues to QARA, Engineering and work together on solutions
  • Improve customer service & technical  service processes and adherence to them
  • Maintain service contracts with distributors and customers

Experience:

  • B.S. or relevant degree is required. M.S. a plus
  • Biomedical Engineer is a plus
  • Minimum of 3 Years Supervisory or Management experience required
  • Experience working with a medical device manufacturer a plus

Job category: Operations
Location: Boston
Apply by: 2021-03-10

When you can´t breathe, nothing else matters.

Our vision at Breas is to provide innovative solutions that enable people with chronic respiratory conditions to live life to the fullest.

We are looking for a Production Technician  who wants to make an impact and change the world of ventilation for the better.

At Breas Medical, you will get the chance to work on projects of high importance that improve our end users quality of life. Working at Breas Medical will most likely be a new, impactful chapter of your life, and be a great opportunity for growth.

As one of our key talents, you will be joining at a very exciting stage of our journey. We have just launched two new product series within our Vivo range, with a total of seven new ventilator products. These new products enable us in our strive to be our customers preferred choice and the global market leader within the mechanical ventilator product segment.

This exciting position is within our Operations department based at the Breas N. Billerica, MA office. The position is temporary for 3 months. Great opportunity for candidates that do not want to make a long term commitment.

 Responsibilities include:

    • Follow applicable documentation and instructions to assemble electro-mechanical subassemblies and finished level products.
    • Follow applicable documentation and instructions to test products or subassemblies for functionality or quality.
    • Generate assembly records for system Device History Records (DHR).
    • Troubleshoot problems with equipment, devices, or products.
    • Maintain a neat and organized work area.
    • Perform test protocols for product qualifications.
    • Set up and operate production equipment in accordance with current good manufacturing practices (cGMP) and standard operating procedures.
    • Separate scrap or waste materials for recycling, reuse, or environmentally sound disposal.
    • Assist in material cycle counting activities as requested.
    • Support engineering development activities as requested

                            Qualifications

    • Requires a high school degree or equivalent with at least 3-5 years of experience in the field or in a related area.
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
    • Ability to use a variety of tools and equipment (hand tools, power supplies, meters, fixtures tooling).
    • Familiarity with GMP environment; reading & checking Bills of Materials, schematics, and machine/assembly drawings.
    • Ability to work under minimum supervision with a high degree of organizational and technical competence.
    • Ability to function well under pressure and expend effort to meet schedules and deadlines.
    • Experiences in working in a medical device manufacturer preferred.

Job category: Engineering
Location: Boston
Apply by: 2021-03-05

Breas Medical was founded in 1991 in Gothenburg, Sweden, Breas Medical has become one of the global leaders in Home Mechanical Ventilation, Airway Clearance and Sleep therapy. Our vision is to provide Better breathing and quality of life to respiratory patients around the world and to help patients transition from Hospital to Home. Breas is headquartered in Sweden and has subsidiaries in the UK, Germany, Spain, USA and China. Together with network of highly specialized distributors, we serve over 40 countries worldwide. The Breas brands Vivo, Nippy, Clearway and Z1 are widely recognized and appreciated for their performance, ease of use and attractive design. Breas has approximately 200 employees, 70 of which in the USA.
Our focus is first and foremost on the patients and customers we serve. We highly value our relationships, never compromise on quality, continuously improve customer support, and expand our clinical excellence program consisting of study days, webinars, educational videos, symposia and clinical research. We work closely together with key opinion leaders around the world to stay updated on the latest clinical insights.

Breas Medical provides a full line of innovative respiratory medical devices to our patients. As we are embracing another stage of fast expansion, we are looking for a Verification Engineer to join our forward-thinking team. The successful candidate will be a member of the R/D team  to support existing product improvements and new product transfer at Breas Medical’s facility in Billerica, MA. We provide the tools and time to learn, make mistakes, and grow with us!

Responsibilities:

  • Perform testing and documentation on the various different respiratory devices which Breas Medical AB is preparing to release as sellable products for patient use.
  • Write test protocols to verify that they meet the product design and performance requirements
  • Test protocols to verify that they meet the product design and performance requirements
  • Investigate issues which arise based on the product not being able to meet design and performance requirements.
  • Collect data and document test results.

 Requirements:

  • B.S. or M.S. degree in engineering discipline
  • Solid foundation in engineering and scientific fundamentals
  • 6 months to 1 year of experience in assisting product development efforts involving verification and validation in the medical device industry.

 

Job category: Sales
Location: Boston
Apply by: 2021-03-05

Breas Medical was founded in 1991 in Gothenburg, Sweden, Breas Medical has become one of the global leaders in Home Mechanical Ventilation, Airway Clearance and Sleep therapy. Our vision is to provide Better breathing and quality of life to respiratory patients around the world and to help patients transition from Hospital to Home. Breas is headquartered in Sweden and has subsidiaries in the UK, Germany, Spain, USA and China. Together with network of highly specialized distributors, we serve over 40 countries worldwide. The Breas brands Vivo, Nippy, Clearway and Z1 are widely recognized and appreciated for their performance, ease of use and attractive design. Breas has approximately 200 employees, 70 of which in the USA.

Our focus is first and foremost on the patients and customers we serve. We highly value our relationships, never compromise on quality, continuously improve customer support, and expand our clinical excellence program consisting of study days, webinars, educational videos, symposia and clinical research. We work closely together with key opinion leaders around the world to stay updated on the latest clinical insights.

Breas Medical provides a full line of innovative respiratory medical devices to our patients. As we are embracing another stage of fast expansion, we are looking for a Customer Account Manager to join our forward-thinking team. The successful candidate will be a member of the Inside Sales team  to support existing product improvements and new product transfer at Breas Medical’s facility in Billerica, MA. We provide the tools and time to learn, make mistakes, and grow with us!

The Customer Account Management (CAM) has a multi-functional role within the Breas sleep organization. Reporting directly to the Sleep Manager, this person is responsible for generating new and reoccurring revenue for the company, focusing on Sleep products both direct and distributor sale.

Job Responsibilities

  •   Initiate outbound calls to new and existing customer to generate revenue.  
  •  Take all sales call from D2C generated inquires.
  •  Work closely with outside sales team to target revenue opportunities.
  •  Manage “C” accounts that are not advantageous for the outside team to visit.
  •  Help manager “A/B” accounts as needed for outside reps.
  •  Drive marketing support material utilization and track all marketing materials. Run report on ROI quarterly.
  • Help facilitate new customer set-up's by verifying all required legal documentation (BAA, SOW, and EULA) has been provided by customer prior to order processing. When documentation needs to be negotiated, CAM will work closely with Spire General Counsel to amend such agreements.
  •  Help onboard/train all new Sleep accounts.

Qualifications/ Experience/ Decision Making Authority

  •  College degree. Internship experience and/or work experience while in college a plus.
  •  Basic business skills with a moderate level of proficiency, including a basic knowledge of Microsoft Office
  •  Strong organizational skills
  •  Stellar verbal and communication skills
  •  Must be personable, outgoing and self-motivated
  •  Excellent communication (written and oral), negotiation, analytical and objection handling skills
  •  Must be able to work under pressure and in a fast-paced environment
  •  Must be able to multi-task as needed
  • Ability to work with management, colleagues, and customers throughout the business and industry at all levels

Job category: Operations
Location: Boston
Apply by: 2021-03-05

BREAS MEDICAL INC

North Billerica, MA 01862

From our Z2 CPAP to iSleep to Nippy to Vivo, Breas Medical provides a full line of innovative respiratory medical devices to our patients. As we are embracing another stage of fast expansion and new product launch, we are looking for a Sr. Manufacturing Engineer to join our forward-thinking team. The successful candidate will be a key member of the Operations team to support existing product improvements and new product transfer at Breas Medical’s facility in Billerica, MA.

Responsibilities:

  • Identify and drive manufacturing cost and quality improvement projects.
  • Support new product transfer activities
  • Support risk assessment, supplier qualification, process validation, label/mechanical drawing/bill of materials updates, production and inspection procedures creation.
  • Troubleshoot problems in production by investigating issues related to product performance or production difficulties (such as: device rework and rejected components).
  • Perform testing, verification and validation studies by following protocols.
  • Provide training to production technician, support nonconformance investigation and corrective actions.
  • Work effectively with Systems engineers, Product Development engineers, and Software engineers to report and rectify reliability issues.

Qualifications

  • Master’s degree in engineering or a bachelor’s degree in  Engineering with a minimum 5 years’ related industrial experiences
  • Experience in smaller, agile organizations with aggressive timelines
  • Excellent problem-solving skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to function in a team environment
  • Detail-oriented
  • Team-player
  • Previous Lead experience a plus

INNOVATION FOR BETTER BREATHING AND QUALITY OF LIFE.

Can't find what you're looking for?

You can always send an open application!

Request to remove your data

Your privacy is important to us and we are committed to protecting your personal information. If you wish to have your personal data removed, please enter your email address to begin the removal.

We have sent you an e-mail with further instructions. If you have not received an email within 5 minutes, please check your spam folder, otherwise we do not have any personal information connected to the email address your have entered.
Sorry, something went wrong. Please try again later.



Breas has been awarded the i3Tex “Better World Developer Award” for the development of the Vivo 1-2-3 platform. Read more here:
Breas is Better World Developer 2020