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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.

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Job title: Purchaser
Job category: Sourcing
Location: Mölnlycke
Apply by: 2022-01-09

When you can´t breathe, nothing else matters. Our mission at Breas Medical is to improve the quality of life and care of respiratory patients around the world through a personal commitment to innovation, quality, and customer focus

Job category: Sales
Location: Virginia
Apply by: 2021-12-24

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 an Respiratory Account 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 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.

We are seeking a highly motivated Sales Professional with a background in Respiratory Health Product sales to grow our business. This position is responsible for marketing of core products as well as revenue growth. As a team member, you will be responsible for promoting a complete line of high quality and state-of-the-art Respiratory/Ventilation products including products approved for Clinical and Home Care environments. This position manages both clinical and financial aspects of the account to provide ultimate customer satisfaction.

 Essential Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Meet, if not exceed sales quotas
  • Develop and implement a territory business plan and sales strategy
  • Explore and close new business opportunities
  • Communicate Breas’ competitive differentiation to enhance sales and convert competitive accounts
  • Effectively utilize and coordinate internal/external resources to achieve sales and territory goals
  • Complete company reports, plans and projects in accordance with company standards and expected deadlines
  • Establish and maintain relationships with hospitals, physicians, DME and other professionals in the medical community.
  • Perform basic clinical support activities (i.e. clinical in-services on products, lunch and learn’s, etc.)
  • Maintain a high level of customer satisfaction
  • Understand and comply with company and regulatory/compliance policies and procedures
  • Stay within company budget guidelines with business expenses
  • Complete other duties as assigned

Qualifications and experience:

  • 3+ years’ experience working in Respiratory and/or Medical Device Industry. Will also consider successful sales associate with a strong desire to break into the high value medical device industry.
  • Consistent track record of success.
  • Hospital, Home Care, and Long-Term Care sales experience is preferred.
  • Experience in managing a large territory is preferred.
  • Ability to evaluate business opportunities, set priorities and direct resources.
  • Demonstrated ability to build solid customer relationships and excellent closing skills.
  • Excellent presentation, communication, planning, organizational and problem-solving skills.
  • Must be a self-starter/self-motivator.
  • Call points include DME’s, hospitals, Physicians, ALS centers, case managers and respiratory departments.
  • Outstanding communication, presentation and territory management skills.
  • Ability to travel throughout territory as necessary to achieve results
  • Bachelor's degree or/and respiratory therapy license is preferred 

Geographic territory includes OH, MI,  VA and WV. Geographically located within assigned territory.

Job category: Sales
Location: Michigan
Apply by: 2021-12-23

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 an Respiratory Account 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 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.

We are seeking a highly motivated Sales Professional with a background in Respiratory Health Product sales to grow our business. This position is responsible for marketing of core products as well as revenue growth. As a team member, you will be responsible for promoting a complete line of high quality and state-of-the-art Respiratory/Ventilation products including products approved for Clinical and Home Care environments. This position manages both clinical and financial aspects of the account to provide ultimate customer satisfaction.

 Essential Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Meet, if not exceed sales quotas
  • Develop and implement a territory business plan and sales strategy
  • Explore and close new business opportunities
  • Communicate Breas’ competitive differentiation to enhance sales and convert competitive accounts
  • Effectively utilize and coordinate internal/external resources to achieve sales and territory goals
  • Complete company reports, plans and projects in accordance with company standards and expected deadlines
  • Establish and maintain relationships with hospitals, physicians, DME and other professionals in the medical community.
  • Perform basic clinical support activities (i.e. clinical in-services on products, lunch and learn’s, etc.)
  • Maintain a high level of customer satisfaction
  • Understand and comply with company and regulatory/compliance policies and procedures
  • Stay within company budget guidelines with business expenses
  • Complete other duties as assigned

Qualifications and experience:

  • 3+ years’ experience working in Respiratory and/or Medical Device Industry. Will also consider successful sales associate with a strong desire to break into the high value medical device industry.
  • Consistent track record of success.
  • Hospital, Home Care, and Long-Term Care sales experience is preferred.
  • Experience in managing a large territory is preferred.
  • Ability to evaluate business opportunities, set priorities and direct resources.
  • Demonstrated ability to build solid customer relationships and excellent closing skills.
  • Excellent presentation, communication, planning, organizational and problem-solving skills.
  • Must be a self-starter/self-motivator.
  • Call points include DME’s, hospitals, Physicians, ALS centers, case managers and respiratory departments.
  • Outstanding communication, presentation and territory management skills.
  • Ability to travel throughout territory as necessary to achieve results
  • Bachelor's degree or/and respiratory therapy license is preferred 

Geographic territory includes OH, MI,  VA and WV. Geographically located within assigned territory.

Job title: General Counsel
Job category: Legal
Location: Boston
Apply by: 2021-12-24

Breas Medical is a global company headquartered in Sweden, with over 30 years of expertise in ventilation, airway clearance and sleep solutions. We are passionate experts dedicated to respiratory care, with unwavering focus on the patient and the caregiver, delivering high quality and reliable products. We respond to your changing needs with agility, and while growing globally, we take customer care personally. Our solutions cover a broad range of devices, consumables, service solutions, educational & training programs and comprehensive connectivity capabilities to improve the quality of life of patients, from hospital to home care.  The General Legal Counsel of Breas Medical is responsible for the legal affairs of the entire corporation.

Key responsibilities: 


Assisting and providing legal counsel to the management team in establishing and maintaining a corporate governance that reflects Breas’s vision, purpose, and values.

Advising the Chief Executive Officer and other executive/senior management on legal, regulatory, and compliance matters.

Developing and leading corporate legal strategies to promote and protect Breas.

Leading, developing, and managing delivery of legal services and resources to accomplish corporate goals, strategies, and priorities, including services relating to corporate, contract, regulatory, compliance, intellectual property, taxation, license and permit, labor, and dispute resolution matters in the countries or regions that Breas has business or plans to conduct business.

Assessing and identifying risks, recommending and implementing mitigation strategies.

Managing outside counsel and developing legal strategies to safeguard Breas’s interests and enhance Breas’s values, including developing strategies for and supervising litigation and regulatory proceedings.

Negotiating transactions on behalf Breas.

Maintaining proper corporate interactions with the relevant local, state, and federal governmental bodies, legislatures, and the community at large.

Key Requirements:

At least 10 years’ work experience in legal services (with a blend of private and in-house practice desirable)

JD degree required from an accredited law school 

Hands on experiences and proven track record in one or more legal specialties, including corporate law, contract law, intellectual property law, and litigation or other dispute resolution

A good understanding of the legal practices that relate to corporate governance and business operation

An understanding of the medical device business and/or technology is a plus

Excellent communication skills, able to clearly communicate complex legal matters in an easy to understand manner across multiple levels (including the shareholder, the Board, and the executives), functions, and regions; and able to deliver message effectively verbally and in writing

Job category: Operations
Location: Boston
Apply by: 2021-12-24

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 Supply Chain 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 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.

As  Supply Chain Manager Manager you will play a key part in projects related to our products and next generation CPAP and ventilators.  Responsibilities include:

  • Purchase all raw materials.
  • Monitor open Purchase Orders and Stock Status reports and expedite as necessary to support production plan.
  • Working with suppliers, drive cost savings and quality improvements.
  • Manage Inventory levels to minimize production risk while maximizing inventory turns.
  • Utilize current and long-term forecast projections to drive inventory planning goals. Update MRP system to support forecast.
  • Identify and drive adoption of Key Performance Indicators as they apply to Supply Chain success, as well as providing input to KPIs as they apply to Manufacturing success.
  • Identify and drive continuous improvement opportunities to streamline process and improve accuracy and efficiency within operations.
  • Manage supplier relationships and develop partnerships to ensure efficient use of resources and effective material and component supply practices.

Experience/Education

  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in sourcing/purchasing or similar position
  • Bachelor’s degree in Supply Chain Management or Engineering preferred.
  • Solid knowledge of Supply Chain and Materials Management Systems
  • Advanced understanding of MRP systems. Experience with JD Edwards a plus
  • Strong analytical, planning, and organizational skills
  • Proven capable of providing analyses and using judgment to assess options.
  • Solid written and oral communication skills
  • Med device industry a plus
  • Individual contributor role
  • Experience in smaller, agile companies preferred

Job title: Marketing Associate
Job category: Marketing
Location: Boston
Apply by: 2021-12-24

Breas Medical is a global company headquartered in Sweden, with over 30 years of expertise in ventilation, airway clearance and sleep solutions. We are passionate experts dedicated to respiratory care, with unwavering focus on the patient and the caregiver, delivering high quality and reliable products. We respond to your changing needs with agility, and while growing globally, we take customer care personally. Our solutions cover a broad range of devices, consumables, service solutions, educational & training programs and comprehensive connectivity capabilities to improve the quality of life of patients, from hospital to home care.  

The Marketing Associate  is a  key part of the USA Marketing & Product Management team who’s responsibility is to help empower commercial success of the Vivo Ventilation Solutions with the creation and implementation of the commercial marketing strategy with secondary responsibility to support Sleep segment marketing activities.

Responsibilities: 

  • Execute primary market research, competitor reviews, positioning, pricing
  •  Work closely with USA Sales force to provide training and tools enabling the team to grow the  business and reach targets
  •  Works closely with key customers to understand their needs and translate those into actionable activities
  • Continuously gather information about market trends, customer needs, clinical trends, competition, Regulatory, etc, to define opportunities and threats for the business and initiate appropriate actions
  • Help prepare a competitive pricing strategy to grow the business while maintaining our margins
  • Create a strong Breas brand through an attractive visual image (implementing Breas branding guidelines) and consistent messaging
  •  Develop and deploy high-impact marketing campaigns 
  • Develop and deploy innovative multi-channel promotional campaign tools and programs to support the sales force and to increase customer contacts through new channels including traditional advertising, e-mail blasts, direct mail and social media. Evaluate outcomes.
  •  Develop the website in line with marketing activities, product launches and new technology and ensure that they are secure and technically up to date.
  • Prepare and evaluate the effect of other marketing activities

 Requirements

  • A bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Graphic design or other relevant discipline
  • Excellent skills with graphic design software (eg Adobe InDesign)
  • WordPress skills to execute website updates
  • Experience from medical devices and preferably also consumer marketing
  • Fluent in English

Characteristics

  • Strong customer orientation
  • Clear thinker, able to work in structured way
  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and to deliver results according to agreed timelines
  • Strong team player
  • Creative mindset generating ideas for marketing activities and for removing obstacles in project execution

 

Job category: Sales
Location: West Virginia
Apply by: 2021-12-25

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 an Respiratory Account 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 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.

We are seeking a highly motivated Sales Professional with a background in Respiratory Health Product sales to grow our business. This position is responsible for marketing of core products as well as revenue growth. As a team member, you will be responsible for promoting a complete line of high quality and state-of-the-art Respiratory/Ventilation products including products approved for Clinical and Home Care environments. This position manages both clinical and financial aspects of the account to provide ultimate customer satisfaction.

 Essential Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Meet, if not exceed sales quotas
  • Develop and implement a territory business plan and sales strategy
  • Explore and close new business opportunities
  • Communicate Breas’ competitive differentiation to enhance sales and convert competitive accounts
  • Effectively utilize and coordinate internal/external resources to achieve sales and territory goals
  • Complete company reports, plans and projects in accordance with company standards and expected deadlines
  • Establish and maintain relationships with hospitals, physicians, DME and other professionals in the medical community.
  • Perform basic clinical support activities (i.e. clinical in-services on products, lunch and learn’s, etc.)
  • Maintain a high level of customer satisfaction
  • Understand and comply with company and regulatory/compliance policies and procedures
  • Stay within company budget guidelines with business expenses
  • Complete other duties as assigned

Qualifications and experience:

  • 3+ years’ experience working in Respiratory and/or Medical Device Industry. Will also consider successful sales associate with a strong desire to break into the high value medical device industry.
  • Consistent track record of success.
  • Hospital, Home Care, and Long-Term Care sales experience is preferred.
  • Experience in managing a large territory is preferred.
  • Ability to evaluate business opportunities, set priorities and direct resources.
  • Demonstrated ability to build solid customer relationships and excellent closing skills.
  • Excellent presentation, communication, planning, organizational and problem-solving skills.
  • Must be a self-starter/self-motivator.
  • Call points include DME’s, hospitals, Physicians, ALS centers, case managers and respiratory departments.
  • Outstanding communication, presentation and territory management skills.
  • Ability to travel throughout territory as necessary to achieve results
  • Bachelor's degree or/and respiratory therapy license is preferred 

Geographic territory includes OH, MI,  VA and WV. Geographically located within assigned territory.

Job category: Sales
Location: Ohio
Apply by: 2021-12-23

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 an Respiratory Account 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 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.

We are seeking a highly motivated Sales Professional with a background in Respiratory Health Product sales to grow our business. This position is responsible for marketing of core products as well as revenue growth. As a team member, you will be responsible for promoting a complete line of high quality and state-of-the-art Respiratory/Ventilation products including products approved for Clinical and Home Care environments. This position manages both clinical and financial aspects of the account to provide ultimate customer satisfaction.

 Essential Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Meet, if not exceed sales quotas
  • Develop and implement a territory business plan and sales strategy
  • Explore and close new business opportunities
  • Communicate Breas’ competitive differentiation to enhance sales and convert competitive accounts
  • Effectively utilize and coordinate internal/external resources to achieve sales and territory goals
  • Complete company reports, plans and projects in accordance with company standards and expected deadlines
  • Establish and maintain relationships with hospitals, physicians, DME and other professionals in the medical community.
  • Perform basic clinical support activities (i.e. clinical in-services on products, lunch and learn’s, etc.)
  • Maintain a high level of customer satisfaction
  • Understand and comply with company and regulatory/compliance policies and procedures
  • Stay within company budget guidelines with business expenses
  • Complete other duties as assigned

Qualifications and experience:

  • 3+ years’ experience working in Respiratory and/or Medical Device Industry. Will also consider successful sales associate with a strong desire to break into the high value medical device industry.
  • Consistent track record of success.
  • Hospital, Home Care, and Long-Term Care sales experience is preferred.
  • Experience in managing a large territory is preferred.
  • Ability to evaluate business opportunities, set priorities and direct resources.
  • Demonstrated ability to build solid customer relationships and excellent closing skills.
  • Excellent presentation, communication, planning, organizational and problem-solving skills.
  • Must be a self-starter/self-motivator.
  • Call points include DME’s, hospitals, Physicians, ALS centers, case managers and respiratory departments.
  • Outstanding communication, presentation and territory management skills.
  • Ability to travel throughout territory as necessary to achieve results
  • Bachelor's degree or/and respiratory therapy license is preferred 

Geographic territory includes OH, MI,  VA and WV. Geographically located within assigned territory.

Job title: General Counsel
Job category: Legal
Location: Boston
Apply by: 2021-12-19

Breas Medical is a global company headquartered in Sweden, with over 30 years of expertise in ventilation, airway clearance and sleep solutions. We are passionate experts dedicated to respiratory care, with unwavering focus on the patient and the caregiver, delivering high quality and reliable products. We respond to your changing needs with agility, and while growing globally, we take customer care personally. Our solutions cover a broad range of devices, consumables, service solutions, educational & training programs and comprehensive connectivity capabilities to improve the quality of life of patients, from hospital to home care.  The General Legal Counsel of Breas Medical is responsible for the legal affairs of the entire corporation.

Key responsibilities: 


Assisting and providing legal counsel to the management team in establishing and maintaining a corporate governance that reflects Breas’s vision, purpose, and values.

Advising the Chief Executive Officer and other executive/senior management on legal, regulatory, and compliance matters.

Developing and leading corporate legal strategies to promote and protect Breas.

Leading, developing, and managing delivery of legal services and resources to accomplish corporate goals, strategies, and priorities, including services relating to corporate, contract, regulatory, compliance, intellectual property, taxation, license and permit, labor, and dispute resolution matters in the countries or regions that Breas has business or plans to conduct business.

Assessing and identifying risks, recommending and implementing mitigation strategies.

Managing outside counsel and developing legal strategies to safeguard Breas’s interests and enhance Breas’s values, including developing strategies for and supervising litigation and regulatory proceedings.

Negotiating transactions on behalf Breas.

Maintaining proper corporate interactions with the relevant local, state, and federal governmental bodies, legislatures, and the community at large.

Key Requirements:

At least 10 years’ work experience in legal services (with a blend of private and in-house practice desirable)

JD degree required from an accredited law school 

Hands on experiences and proven track record in one or more legal specialties, including corporate law, contract law, intellectual property law, and litigation or other dispute resolution

A good understanding of the legal practices that relate to corporate governance and business operation

An understanding of the medical device business and/or technology is a plus

Excellent communication skills, able to clearly communicate complex legal matters in an easy to understand manner across multiple levels (including the shareholder, the Board, and the executives), functions, and regions; and able to deliver message effectively verbally and in writing

Job category: Operations
Location: Boston
Apply by: 2021-12-19

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 Supply Chain 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 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.

As  Supply Chain Manager Manager you will play a key part in projects related to our products and next generation CPAP and ventilators.  Responsibilities include:

  • Purchase all raw materials.
  • Monitor open Purchase Orders and Stock Status reports and expedite as necessary to support production plan.
  • Working with suppliers, drive cost savings and quality improvements.
  • Manage Inventory levels to minimize production risk while maximizing inventory turns.
  • Utilize current and long-term forecast projections to drive inventory planning goals. Update MRP system to support forecast.
  • Identify and drive adoption of Key Performance Indicators as they apply to Supply Chain success, as well as providing input to KPIs as they apply to Manufacturing success.
  • Identify and drive continuous improvement opportunities to streamline process and improve accuracy and efficiency within operations.
  • Manage supplier relationships and develop partnerships to ensure efficient use of resources and effective material and component supply practices.

Experience/Education

  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in sourcing/purchasing or similar position
  • Bachelor’s degree in Supply Chain Management or Engineering preferred.
  • Solid knowledge of Supply Chain and Materials Management Systems
  • Advanced understanding of MRP systems. Experience with JD Edwards a plus
  • Strong analytical, planning, and organizational skills
  • Proven capable of providing analyses and using judgment to assess options.
  • Solid written and oral communication skills
  • Med device industry a plus
  • Individual contributor role
  • Experience in smaller, agile companies preferred

Job title: Systems Engineer
Job category: Engineering
Location: Boston
Apply by: 2021-12-24

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 Systems Engineer 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.

Responsibilities:

  • Expertise in the development, testing and manufacture of medical device
  • Develop solutions to a variety of technical problems of varying complexity, perform in a team environment and work under the direction of a group lead.
  • Ability to invent, think creatively, and be resourceful
  • Provide guidance for support equipment, operations, disassembly, assembly, discrepancy identification, maintenance and repair.
  • Provide technical guidance during the isolation and correction of discrepant conditions, equipment defects, and procedural difficulties encountered on production
  • Apply Electrical Engineering principles, theories and concepts.
  • Electronics lab experience including oscilloscopes, volt-ohm meters, soldering skills, etc.
  • Researches and analyzes information such as customer requirements, standards, and industry trends to determine feasibility of design or application.
  • Designs, develops, analyzes and documents product designs in accordance with ISO, FDA and corporate design control guidelines
  • Coordinate and lead a cross-functional team from prototype stage through pilot manufacturing including manufacturing process validation.
  • Knowledgeable in state of the art manufacturing processes (plastics, 3-D printing, etc)
  • Perform and report on evaluation testing, verification and validation in accordance with ISO, FDA and company design control guidelines.
  • Knowledgeable on design for reliability, testability and manufacturability
  • Accurately predict the time required for project tasks; help assure the scheduled time is met or improved to meet company objectives.
  • Fabricates special-purpose jigs, fixtures, and adapters

Requirements:

  • BS degree in an engineering discipline, mathematics, computer science, or other degree with focus on science, engineering, and quantitative analysis
  • 2+ Years of experience in product and Systems validation and testing
  • Experience with requirements and data analysis in a product development environment
  • Knowledge with quantitative software preferred, MATLAB, Minitab or similar
  • Advanced user of Excel (Visual Basic scripting abilities is a plus)
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Knowledge of ISO, FDA, GMP and design control process is required

Knowledge of IEC standards and testing. Demonstrated knowledge of Product Design for Assembly (DFA).

 

 

Job title: Marketing Associate
Job category: Marketing
Location: Boston
Apply by: 2021-12-17

Breas Medical is a global company headquartered in Sweden, with over 30 years of expertise in ventilation, airway clearance and sleep solutions. We are passionate experts dedicated to respiratory care, with unwavering focus on the patient and the caregiver, delivering high quality and reliable products. We respond to your changing needs with agility, and while growing globally, we take customer care personally. Our solutions cover a broad range of devices, consumables, service solutions, educational & training programs and comprehensive connectivity capabilities to improve the quality of life of patients, from hospital to home care.  

The Marketing Associate  is a  key part of the USA Marketing & Product Management team who’s responsibility is to help empower commercial success of the Vivo Ventilation Solutions with the creation and implementation of the commercial marketing strategy with secondary responsibility to support Sleep segment marketing activities.

Responsibilities: 

  • Execute primary market research, competitor reviews, positioning, pricing
  •  Work closely with USA Sales force to provide training and tools enabling the team to grow the  business and reach targets
  •  Works closely with key customers to understand their needs and translate those into actionable activities
  • Continuously gather information about market trends, customer needs, clinical trends, competition, Regulatory, etc, to define opportunities and threats for the business and initiate appropriate actions
  • Help prepare a competitive pricing strategy to grow the business while maintaining our margins
  • Create a strong Breas brand through an attractive visual image (implementing Breas branding guidelines) and consistent messaging
  •  Develop and deploy high-impact marketing campaigns 
  • Develop and deploy innovative multi-channel promotional campaign tools and programs to support the sales force and to increase customer contacts through new channels including traditional advertising, e-mail blasts, direct mail and social media. Evaluate outcomes.
  •  Develop the website in line with marketing activities, product launches and new technology and ensure that they are secure and technically up to date.
  • Prepare and evaluate the effect of other marketing activities

 Requirements

  • A bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Graphic design or other relevant discipline
  • Excellent skills with graphic design software (eg Adobe InDesign)
  • WordPress skills to execute website updates
  • Experience from medical devices and preferably also consumer marketing
  • Fluent in English

Characteristics

  • Strong customer orientation
  • Clear thinker, able to work in structured way
  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and to deliver results according to agreed timelines
  • Strong team player
  • Creative mindset generating ideas for marketing activities and for removing obstacles in project execution

 

Job title: Strategic Purchaser
Job category: Sourcing
Location: Mölnlycke
Apply by: 2021-12-15

We are looking for a Strategic Purchaser member of the Global Sourcing team based at Breas global headquarter in Mölnlycke

Job title: General Counsel
Job category: Legal
Location: Boston
Apply by: 2021-12-15

Breas Medical is a global company headquartered in Sweden, with over 30 years of expertise in ventilation, airway clearance and sleep solutions. We are passionate experts dedicated to respiratory care, with unwavering focus on the patient and the caregiver, delivering high quality and reliable products. We respond to your changing needs with agility, and while growing globally, we take customer care personally. Our solutions cover a broad range of devices, consumables, service solutions, educational & training programs and comprehensive connectivity capabilities to improve the quality of life of patients, from hospital to home care.  The General Legal Counsel of Breas Medical is responsible for the legal affairs of the entire corporation.

Key responsibilities: 


Assisting and providing legal counsel to the management team in establishing and maintaining a corporate governance that reflects Breas’s vision, purpose, and values.

Advising the Chief Executive Officer and other executive/senior management on legal, regulatory, and compliance matters.

Developing and leading corporate legal strategies to promote and protect Breas.

Leading, developing, and managing delivery of legal services and resources to accomplish corporate goals, strategies, and priorities, including services relating to corporate, contract, regulatory, compliance, intellectual property, taxation, license and permit, labor, and dispute resolution matters in the countries or regions that Breas has business or plans to conduct business.

Assessing and identifying risks, recommending and implementing mitigation strategies.

Managing outside counsel and developing legal strategies to safeguard Breas’s interests and enhance Breas’s values, including developing strategies for and supervising litigation and regulatory proceedings.

Negotiating transactions on behalf Breas.

Maintaining proper corporate interactions with the relevant local, state, and federal governmental bodies, legislatures, and the community at large.

Key Requirements:

At least 10 years’ work experience in legal services (with a blend of private and in-house practice desirable)

JD degree required from an accredited law school 

Hands on experiences and proven track record in one or more legal specialties, including corporate law, contract law, intellectual property law, and litigation or other dispute resolution

A good understanding of the legal practices that relate to corporate governance and business operation

An understanding of the medical device business and/or technology is a plus

Excellent communication skills, able to clearly communicate complex legal matters in an easy to understand manner across multiple levels (including the shareholder, the Board, and the executives), functions, and regions; and able to deliver message effectively verbally and in writing

Job category: Operations
Location: Boston
Apply by: 2021-12-12

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 Supply Chain 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 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.

As  Supply Chain Manager Manager you will play a key part in projects related to our products and next generation CPAP and ventilators.  Responsibilities include:

  • Purchase all raw materials.
  • Monitor open Purchase Orders and Stock Status reports and expedite as necessary to support production plan.
  • Working with suppliers, drive cost savings and quality improvements.
  • Manage Inventory levels to minimize production risk while maximizing inventory turns.
  • Utilize current and long-term forecast projections to drive inventory planning goals. Update MRP system to support forecast.
  • Identify and drive adoption of Key Performance Indicators as they apply to Supply Chain success, as well as providing input to KPIs as they apply to Manufacturing success.
  • Identify and drive continuous improvement opportunities to streamline process and improve accuracy and efficiency within operations.
  • Manage supplier relationships and develop partnerships to ensure efficient use of resources and effective material and component supply practices.

Experience/Education

  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in sourcing/purchasing or similar position
  • Bachelor’s degree in Supply Chain Management or Engineering preferred.
  • Solid knowledge of Supply Chain and Materials Management Systems
  • Advanced understanding of MRP systems. Experience with JD Edwards a plus
  • Strong analytical, planning, and organizational skills
  • Proven capable of providing analyses and using judgment to assess options.
  • Solid written and oral communication skills
  • Med device industry a plus
  • Individual contributor role
  • Experience in smaller, agile companies preferred

Job category: Finance
Location: Mölnlycke
Apply by: 2021-11-30

Är du en erfaren redovisningsekonom och söker en ny utmaning? We are looking for a Redovisningsekonom who wants to work in a company that is striving to make an impact and change the world of home mechanical ventilation for the better.

Job title: Paralegal
Job category: Legal
Location: Mölnlycke
Apply by: 2021-11-30

When you can´t breathe, nothing else matters. We are looking for a Paralegal who wants to work in a company that is striving to make an impact and change the world of home mechanical ventilation for the better.

Job category: Operations
Location: Mölnlycke
Apply by: 2021-11-30

When you can´t breathe, nothing else matters. We are looking for a Production Technician who wants work in a company that are striving to make an impact and change the world of home mechanical ventilation for the better.

INNOVATION FOR BETTER BREATHING AND QUALITY OF LIFE.

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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