Sempulse Internships

By: gds62 | Posted on: Jan. 30, 2019, 2:15 p.m.

SEMPULSE INTERNSHIPS

GENERAL INTERN

Description

Forward-thinking, fast paced organization seeking an intern to learn and grow in knowledge and understanding of the digital media, medical device, and healthcare landscapes. Interns will need strong critical thinking skills and communications skills to manage workstreams.  Graphics artists, industrial designers, marketing, finance, computer science, engineers, and those interested in medicine will gain experience in a growing firm with an important mission.  Positions available immediately.

 

Responsibilities

  • Lead workstreams related to: FDA and regulatory, market entry and opportunity analysis, competitive analysis, and customer requirements including user experience and use case development for both military and civilian markets domestically and abroad.
  • Marketing and outreach via posts on blogs, forums, events, media sites, and social networks.
  • Assist with events, grants as well as additional other sales and marketing materials and go-to-market execution.
  • Evaluate and introduce new assembly and design concepts, prototypes and supply chain analysis.
  • Establish product/market fit in key segments and define competitive landscape.

 

 

Expectations

Students applying for this internship learn and use best practices for business communication, social media, and analytic frameworks. 

Learn consultative approaches to decision making, new products, and strategic marketing.  Develop expertise in industry subject matters, market disruptors, stakeholder frameworks, and innovation in both start-up environments and large organizations.

Hours and workstreams are flexible to aptitudes, interests, and needs of student for the right candidates. Position does not require transportation and is available immediately.  This is an unpaid position with the potential to grow into paid internship or placement with the company. 

 

Sempulse

Sempulse has a medical device and AI platform. A patented, non-invasive vital signs sensor adheres to the back of the ear and acquires patients’ 5 major vital signs. The technology has been developed working with the Department of Defense, who determined that over half of the US fatalities in Iraq and Afghanistan were potentially survivable. The sensors are equally capable in the civilian markets with applications ranging from mass casualty, to NICU, chronic disease, post-operative, telemedicine, and remote monitoring.  Sempulse won top prize at MassChallenge Texas and is located at STAR Park.

 

Contact

Dustin Crawford   ||   dustin@sempulse.com

 

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QUALITY ENGINEER INTERN

 

Description

Forward-thinking, fast paced organization seeking a Quality Engineer Intern to learn and grow in knowledge and understanding of the medical device and healthcare landscapes. Interns will need strong critical thinking skills and communications skills to manage workstreams and previous FDA Regulated Device Experience. This is a PAID internship.

 

Responsibilities

  • Be at least Junior or Senior standing, recent graduates may be considered
  • Have previous FDA Regulated Device Experience
  • Have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • Possess exceptional organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Be a superior communicator in both written and verbal form
  • Have proficiency in Microsoft Office

 

Expectations

The Quality Engineer Intern will assist with writing and conducting product test procedures for our device and system.

  • You'll review reports and testing complaints for potential corrective action plans.
  • Document test results
  • Communicate test results to internal end users and product team
  • Assist the Sempulse team throughout the FDA approval process

 

Sempulse

Sempulse has a medical device and AI platform. A patented, non-invasive vital signs sensor adheres to the back of the ear and acquires patients’ 5 major vital signs. The technology has been developed working with the Department of Defense, who determined that over half of the US fatalities in Iraq and Afghanistan were potentially survivable. The sensors are equally capable in the civilian markets with applications ranging from mass casualty, to NICU, chronic disease, post-operative, telemedicine, and remote monitoring.  Sempulse won top prize at MassChallenge Texas and is located at STAR Park.

 

Contact

Dustin Crawford   ||   dustin@sempulse.com

 

 

Deadline: May 1, 2019, midnight