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Join the Boston Heart Diagnostics team and make a difference

Boston Heart Diagnostics offers talented, results-driven people a place where they can feel good about making a difference. We are looking for energetic team members who thrive on excellence in a fast-paced environment and share our values of relationships, the truth, caring, taking responsibility, champions of change & innovation, and fun.

You can contribute to our success by bringing your unique background, experience, passion and dedication to our team.

We are a growing company and are interested in building a database of qualified individuals. We routinely look for new team members in the following areas:

  • Laboratory Team
    • ASCP certified medical technologists with expertise in clinical chemistry assays on automated analyzers electrophoresis, gas chromatography, ELISA assays, and LC-MS methods preferred
    • Lab Technicians with BS degree in chemistry, biochemistry or biomedicine
    • Lab Assistants/Specimen Processors with clinical lab experience
  • Sales Team
    • 3+ years of sales experience in Biotech, Medical Device, Diagnostic Equipment or Pharmaceutical industry
    • Focus in the cardiovascular field is preferred
  • Business Team
    • We employ individuals with proven success in healthcare or laboratory billing, marketing, information technology, purchasing, warehouse, human resources, client services and administrative support.

Current Career Opportunities

Human Resources Coordinator

Director, Talent Development

Supply Chain Coordinator I

Customer Care Representative

Supply Chain Manager

Marketing Associate, Diagnostics

Area Sales Manager – Queens, NY

Executive Assistant

Area Sales Manager – Southern/Central Ohio

Sr. LIS Analyst

Manager, Field Operations, Phlebotomy

Area Sales Manager - Washington

Billing Information Specialist

Medical Technologist

Area Sales Manager – Idaho/Utah

ASCP Certified Medical Technologist

Laboratory Assistant

Laboratory Technician –HDL


Human Resources Coordinator

The role of the HR Coordinator is to support and assist the HR function and staff. Specific areas of responsibility include first level recruiting, HR system (ADP) and employment administration, HR administration, event coordination and projects.

  • Functions:
    • Support recruiting with first level phone screens, scheduling interviews, reference check calls, and regret letters to candidates
    • HR system and employment administration including but not limited to leave of absence paperwork, new hire entry, payroll changes, worker’s comp claims and employment verifications
    • Responsible for departmental administration including but not limited to processing invoices, reconciling HR credit card, coordinating employee events, processing tuition reimbursement and acting as the first point of contact for employee and manager questions/requests.
    • Creating and maintaining new employee files and assisting with audits as needed
    • Onboarding paperwork and processes including week one orientation and assembling welcome kits
    • Event coordination, reservations, planning and communication
  • Qualifications:
    • Associate’s degree or equivalent from two-year college or technical school; or six months to one year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience
    • High degree of professionalism – Approaches others in tactful manner; reacts well under pressure
    • Healthcare experience is preferred
    • Ability to write routine correspondence and procedures. Ability to create and run reports
    • Ability to read, analyze, and interpret policies, procedures, general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures or governmental regulations
    • Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, employees, customer and the general public

Director, Talent Development

The person in this role is responsible for planning and implementing the career development philosophy, approach and activity for the organization. Develop strategic learning programs and initiatives to enhance the performance and engagement of Boston Heart employees. Ensure the maximum effectiveness of the organization by assessing organizational needs and developing and implementing training programs.

  • Functions:
    • Lead effort to build career development philosophy and approach into the organization; create development strategies for leadership, teams and individuals
    • Develop learning roadmaps, processes, programs and tools that focus on critical competency needs for our leaders, teams and individuals
    • Determine training and development requirements through review of strategic growth plans, current results and consultation with business objectives
    • Construct learning objectives and meet with business partners to ensure that learning and development objectives align with business objectives
    • Design, develop, implement and evaluate the effectiveness of learning and development solutions ensuring that programs, processes and tools are both scalable and usable
    • Manage the activities across the spectrum of program execution from needs assessments, conceptual design, preparation and delivery to logistics management and post-training evaluation of training and development programs
    • Develop and use methods and metrics for evaluation of learning and program effectiveness
    • Improve training effectiveness by using new approaches and technology to deliver training materials and programs
  • Qualifications:
    • Bachelors degree required, Masters preferred in organization development or related field
    • 7+ years experience in training and development, experience in healthcare industry is preferred
    • Demonstrated ability to lead large scale change programs related to talent development
    • Able to coach and motivate others to high levels of performance
    • Strong facilitation, presentation and interpersonal skills, excellent written and oral communications skills
    • Able to executive at both the strategic and tactical levels
    • Extensive knowledge of competency models, strategic talent planning and talent development

Supply Chain Coordinator I

This role will execute purchase ordering for all company supplies, understand and back up client supply ordering for kits and will be responsible for inventory control activities including physical counting and inventory system management.

  • Functions:
    • Understand the Purchase Order (PO) process, including request for purchase, PO generation and managing fulfillment with suppliers
    • Inventory Cycle Counting
    • Work with lab management to ensure adequate supply replenishment
    • Take direction for the purchasing lead to work through the process and build continuous improvement
    • Collaborate with Sales Support and Supply Orders through the vendor website
  • Qualifications:
    • 1-3 years of purchasing experience
    • High school diploma required, bachelor’s degree is preferred
    • Experience in inventory management is preferred
    • Strong customer service skills
    • Detail oriented and a strong ability to prioritize

Customer Care Representative

This role is responsible for the day-to-day interaction between Boston Heart Diagnostics and our customers to ensure consistent and compelling customer experiences. CCRs will interact with internal and external customers in a friendly, helpful and professional manner.

  • Functions:
    • Responsible for the handling of inbound and outbound communications with internal and external customers regarding logistics, testing, supplies, relevant results such as alert and critical values, and other support needs in a friendly, helpful and professional manner. Includes triaging calls to appropriate staff
    • Analyze test information submitted via test requisition and resolve discrepancies, call on Lab Notification requests such as requesting additional material, specimen clarification, etc., process amended reports
    • Ensure proper documentation in client and patient records, update patient demographic information upon request into LIS, eFax client reports, order client supplies and assist in coordinating courtier services for clients, including package pickup
    • Work cooperatively as part of a team environment and assist other CCRs as requested/assigned and interface with Sales force to keep them apprised of all client issues and concerns.
  • Qualifications:
    • Associate’s or Bachelor’s Degree or High School Diploma with 2-5 years experience in customer service field
    • Ability to demonstrate outstanding customer service skills
    • Past experience in a medical or healthcare environment is a plus
    • Solid organizational skills with the ability to handle conflicting priorities

Supply Chain Manager

The primary function is management of continuous supply of materials for on-going lab operations within reasonable costs. Demand is highly variable and high growth. This person will manage a group that includes Purchasing, Warehousing and Distribution. In addition, the candidate will be expected to work with the Director for Contract Management execution and Sourcing strategy.

  • Responsibilities:
    • Manage the purchasing group, including the purchasing process from forecast, receipt, inventory control, vendor relations, and financial control.
    • Manage the group responsible for physical receipt and storage of lab materials, as well as delivery from warehouse to the lab. 
    • Responsible for production shipping of the lab requisition forms to customers, from the warehouse.
    • Manage supplier relationships to drive supplier performance, contract effectiveness, collaboration and integration to deliver result.
    • Maintain vendor agreements, and coordinate scheduled requirements.
    • Build and maintain mutually beneficial relationships with key vendors within each region with the objective of reducing costs and increasing efficiencies
    • Participate in financial forecasting as well as lead physical inventory reconciliation.
    • Participate in Lease or Buy decisions and provide a commercial and purchasing perspective in such decisions
    • Work with the Director of Supply Chain to manage project risk, timelines and work to ensure overall project transparency
  • Qualifications:
    • Minimum: Bachelor’s Degree in business administration, engineering or other relevant discipline, preferred
    • Master’s Degree and greater qualification in Purchasing/Supply Chain
    • 8-10 years overall Supply Chain experience with Minimum 2 years leadership experience.
    • Experience in Strategic Sourcing and/or Contract Management, with knowledge of industry – reagents, chemicals, refrigerated storage and transport
    • Demonstrated Supply Chain leadership in a related industry, small parcel services sourcing and management as well as proficient in the use of Supply Chain Management tools/systems
    • Competencies: Drive Process Improvement / Communicate with Impact / Make Sound Decisions / Coach and Develop People / Be Resilient and Flexible / Show Initiative

Marketing Associate, Diagnostics

The Marketing Associate works with the Sr. Marketing Manager and others on the marketing team to plan and implement awareness and adoption strategies for Boston Heart’s suite of laboratory tests and services. Key activities include supporting product management, launch initiatives, messaging, marketing promotion, advertising, sales support and tools creation. Conducts research and analyzes customer data to identify gaps or opportunities that inform marketing programs. Works closely with the full marketing team, corporate communications/identity, sales, medical, supply chain, operations and IT.

  • Functions:
    • Assist in implementing marketing plan to increase market demand and share
    • Collaborate on launch pre-planning, implementation and post-launch monitoring
    • Track and measure impact of marketing campaigns and key product performance
    • Collaborate on strategic planning
    • Support assay product line initiative tactics and programs
    • Coordinate client communications
    • Key diagnostics point of contact for national conference tradeshow booth strategy and messaging
    • Monitor marketing material quantities and manage revisions when necessary, moving documents through review process, obtaining printing quotes, reprinting and shipping materials
    • Interface with customers and the sales force to understand the clinical utility of products in real-world clinical practices and evaluate the impact of messaging
    • Support the sales organization with key content to optimize delivery of Boston Heart’s diagnostic portfolio and value proposition
    • Work with agencies as necessary to complete projects
  • Qualifications:
    • Minimum of 1-2 years experience in pharmaceutical, biotech or medical diagnostics marketing
    • Healthcare provider marketing mandatory
    • BA/BS degree in relevant field (business, marketing or related field)
    • Proven history of initiative, ability to work independently as well as working well collaboratively
    • Demonstrated proficiency in business applications including MS Excel, Word and PowerPoint
    • Must be a team player who is capable of interfacing and collaborating equally well with other functional areas and customers, developing trust and building influence
    • Ability to thrive and flourish in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial and dynamic environment
    • Strong interpersonal skills, excellent written and oral communication skills and overall ability to communicate with impact
    • Highly organized and detail-oriented

Area Sales Manager – Queens, NY

Boston Heart Diagnostics is re-inventing the role of diagnostics in cardiovascular disease (CVD), the number one cause of death in the United States. We help people make meaningful and lasting change through the use of easy-to-understand reports, one-on-one coaching, and sustained support. Applying the latest clinical research and advances in laboratory science, we integrate results from our proprietary tests and health history information with an individual’s food and exercise preferences – all transformed into practical nutrition, lifestyle and support strategies tailor-made for each person. By working closely with healthcare providers to engage individuals in their own well-being and give them the tools they need to prevent or reduce their CVD risk and improve health outcomes, Boston Heart Diagnostics is leading the charge to turn the promise of personalized medicine into a reality.

Boston Heart Diagnostics strives to create a collaborative and engaging work environment for all employees. As a growing company, we encourage creativity and value relationships, the truth, taking responsibility, and leading the way as champions of change and innovation.

  • Functions:
    • This highly visible position will report directly to the Regional Sales Director.
    • The right candidate must meet and exceed sales goals by advancing our Clinical Testing offering within the Queens, NY marketplace.
    • This key role will support the Clinical Sales efforts of Boston Heart Diagnostics focusing on relationships with Physicians, Clinicians (IM, PCP and Cardiologist) Endocrinologists, Nurse Practitioners, Naturopaths, some Chiropractors and other professional Clinical disciplines within the Queens, NY territory.
    • This Sales role will maintain and grow existing accounts as well as drive growth with new account development goals.
    • Present product features and benefits to clinical call points utilizing proper sales technique (probing, qualifying, needs assessment, supporting and closing).
    • Maintain and increase sales volume within assigned accounts and territory.
    • Attend and participate in sales meetings, training programs, conventions, and trade shows as directed. Attend all regional and divisional events including National Sales Meetings, Corporate Trainings or Region Meetings.
  • Qualifications:
    • Bachelors degree in Business or related field required.
    • 10+ years of sales experience in Biotech, Medical Device, Diagnostic Equipment and/or the Pharmaceutical industry with a focus in the cardiovascular area.
    • Evidence of top sales achievement with experience in multilevel account management is required.
    • A demonstrated track record for meeting and exceeding sales objectives.
    • Valid Driver's License.
    • Competencies: Develop Trust, Be Resilient and Flexible, Provide Consistent and Compelling Customer Service, Establish Strategic Direction, Communicate with Impact

Executive Assistant

The Executive Assistant relieves the executive team of administrative functions in order to maximize executive productivity. Handles a wide variety of issues involving the clerical and administrative function of the office. Prepares routine and advanced correspondence including letters, memoranda, and reports.

  • Functions:
    • Provide advanced administrative support for multiple key executives of the organization – assignments subject to change
    • Maintain executives’ calendars and schedules as well as prepare travel arrangements and itineraries
    • Produces high-quality documents (Word, Excel, Access) and presentations (PowerPoint) under tight timelines
    • Coordinates meetings, both internally and externally, to include ordering lunch and setting up meeting rooms
    •  Completes weekly expense reports and monthly credit card reconciliations
  • Qualifications:
    • Minimum of 4 years of experience supporting multiple executives
    • Experience working in a fast paced, growing organization
    • Ability to stay flexible and adaptive in a fast paced environment
    • Driven, professional, courteous, and energetic.
    • Associates degree preferred

Area Sales Manager – Southern/Central Ohio

Boston Heart Diagnostics is re-inventing the role of diagnostics in cardiovascular disease (CVD), the number one cause of death in the United States. We help people make meaningful and lasting change through the use of easy-to-understand reports, one-on-one coaching, and sustained support. Applying the latest clinical research and advances in laboratory science, we integrate results from our proprietary tests and health history information with an individual’s food and exercise preferences – all transformed into practical nutrition, lifestyle and support strategies tailor-made for each person. By working closely with healthcare providers to engage individuals in their own well-being and give them the tools they need to prevent or reduce their CVD risk and improve health outcomes, Boston Heart Diagnostics is leading the charge to turn the promise of personalized medicine into a reality.

Boston Heart Diagnostics strives to create a collaborative and engaging work environment for all employees. As a growing company, we encourage creativity and value relationships, the truth, taking responsibility, and leading the way as champions of change and innovation.

  • Functions:
    • This highly visible position will report directly to the Regional Sales Director.
    • The right candidate must meet and exceed sales goals by advancing our Clinical Testing offering within the Southern/Central Ohio marketplace.
    • This key role will support the Clinical Sales efforts of Boston Heart Diagnostics focusing on relationships with Physicians, Clinicians (IM, PCP and Cardiologist) Endocrinologists, Nurse Practitioners, Naturopaths, some Chiropractors and other professional Clinical disciplines within the Southern/Central territory.
    • This Sales role will maintain and grow existing accounts as well as drive growth with new account development goals.
    • Present product features and benefits to clinical call points utilizing proper sales technique (probing, qualifying, needs assessment, supporting and closing).
    • Maintain and increase sales volume within assigned accounts and territory.
    • Attend and participate in sales meetings, training programs, conventions, and trade shows as directed. Attend all regional and divisional events including National Sales Meetings, Corporate Trainings or Region Meetings.
  • Qualifications:
    • Bachelors degree in Business or related field required.
    • 10+ years of sales experience in Biotech, Medical Device, Diagnostic Equipment and/or the Pharmaceutical industry with a focus in the cardiovascular area.
    • Evidence of top sales achievement with experience in multilevel account management is required.
    • A demonstrated track record for meeting and exceeding sales objectives.
    • Valid Driver's License.
    • Competencies: Develop Trust, Be Resilient and Flexible, Provide Consistent and Compelling Customer Service, Establish Strategic Direction, Communicate with Impact.

Sr. LIS Analyst

Assist in the development, testing and maintenance of the Boston Heart Laboratory Information System (LIS) and customer Electronic Medical Record (EMR) interfaces. Provides support, analysis, application, and implementation services; technology consultation to departmental users; and effective liaison services across BHD information technology functions and externally with LIS and EMR Vendors.

  • Functions:
    • Contribute and assist in the full life cycle of LIS projects, including planning, development, testing, implementation, and maintenance of LIS custom programs, instrument interfaces, and reporting services. Support quality, effective utilization, and optimization of installed systems.
    • Maintain quality of LIS system definitions and master files as well as provide support to LIS user inquiries, requests, and issue resolution.
    • Provide appropriate reporting, documentation and communication regarding LIS system projects; EMR interface projects, support tracking and outcomes; and technical system upgrades.
    • Assist in the technical development, set up, testing, and maintenance of EMR interfaces.
    • Assist Laboratory Operations managers and team, LIS Analysts, Clinical IT Specialists, EMR Project Coordinator with daily tasks and special projects as required.
  • Qualifications:
    • Associates degree in computer science, business, or relevant field; may substitute equivalent training, bachelors degree preferred
    • 4+ years working with a Laboratory Information System in an analyst, programmer, or implementation capacity.
    • Experience with Cache, Ensemble, M, HL7, CDA and other common architectural components of clinical systems as well as experience testing and implementing instrument interfaces
    • Knowledge of Clinical Laboratory operations and systems; general business acumen as well as project management, customer service, and customer support skills.

Manager, Field Operations, Phlebotomy

This position for a Manager, Field Operations, Phlebotomy is based in of our Framingham Office. The Manager is responsible for developing and expanding Boston Heart’s phlebotomy network through contracted agreements with mobile phlebotomy, third party draw sites, and/or in-office phlebotomists. The manager will work with these phlebotomy providers and healthcare providers. Provides leadership and technical support to staff; maintains a timely communication between the healthcare provider clients, Boston Heart phlebotomy staff, phlebotomy contractors, sales team and the Framingham operation. This position requires the candidate to travel to off-site locations throughout the nation.

  • Functions:
    • Evaluate, develop and expand Boston Heart’s phlebotomy network and services working directly with internal partners.
    • Work closely with phlebotomy staff and contractors along with internal managers to meet business needs of healthcare provider clients and company.
    • Responsible for negotiating, coordinating and delivering phlebotomy agreements with contract and employed phlebotomists.  Knowledgeable of contracting policies and procedures and upholds contracting and credentialing standards.
    • Schedule and maintain records of phlebotomist competency reviews and skill assessments of employed phlebotomist and covered in contracts for third party phlebotomists; as well as manage the phlebotomy training program and follow-up measurements.
    • Manage phlebotomy relationships within healthcare provider offices.
    • Work with all departments to evaluate, enhance and maintain designated quality levels of service as well as maintain fiscal responsibility for field operations budget.
  • Qualifications:
    • Bachelor’s degree in Life Sciences related program.
    • Minimum 2-3 years of phlebotomy experience as well as 5-7 years previous supervisory or management experience in field operations.
    • Experience in contracting with third parties and managing third party relationships
    • Knowledge of regulatory, safety and HIPPA regulations relative to specimen collection, preparation and transportation.
    • Phlebotomy Certification (ASCP, ASPI, NHA, NAACLS, etc.) and CRM Software experience preferred.
    • 25-50% national travel required.
    • Competencies: Build and Influence Teamwork, Commit to Compliance, Drive Process Improvement, Coach and Develop Others, Communicate with Impact

Area Sales Manager – Washington

Boston Heart Diagnostics is re-inventing the role of diagnostics in cardiovascular disease (CVD), the number one cause of death in the United States. We help people make meaningful and lasting change through the use of easy-to-understand reports, one-on-one coaching, and sustained support. Applying the latest clinical research and advances in laboratory science, we integrate results from our proprietary tests and health history information with an individual’s food and exercise preferences – all transformed into practical nutrition, lifestyle and support strategies tailor-made for each person. By working closely with healthcare providers to engage individuals in their own well-being and give them the tools they need to prevent or reduce their CVD risk and improve health outcomes, Boston Heart Diagnostics is leading the charge to turn the promise of personalized medicine into a reality.

Boston Heart Diagnostics strives to create a collaborative and engaging work environment for all employees. As a growing company, we encourage creativity and value relationships, the truth, taking responsibility, and leading the way as champions of change and innovation.

  • Functions:
    • This highly visible position will report directly to the Regional Sales Director.
    • The right candidate must meet and exceed sales goals by advancing our Clinical Testing offering within the Seattle, Washington marketplace.
    • This key role will support the Clinical Sales efforts of Boston Heart Diagnostics focusing on relationships with Physicians, Clinicians (IM, PCP and Cardiologist) Endocrinologists, Nurse Practitioners, Naturopaths, some Chiropractors and other professional Clinical disciplines within the Seattle, Washington territory.
    • This Sales role will maintain and grow existing accounts as well as drive growth with new account development goals.
    • Present product features and benefits to clinical call points utilizing proper sales technique (probing, qualifying, needs assessment, supporting and closing).
    • Maintain and increase sales volume within assigned accounts and territory.
    • Attend and participate in sales meetings, training programs, conventions, and trade shows as directed. Attend all regional and divisional events including National Sales Meetings, Corporate Trainings or Region Meetings.
  • Qualifications:
    • Bachelors degree in Business or related field required.
    • 10+ years of sales experience in Biotech, Medical Device, Diagnostic Equipment and/or the Pharmaceutical industry with a focus in the cardiovascular area.
    • Evidence of top sales achievement with experience in multilevel account management is required.
    • A demonstrated track record for meeting and exceeding sales objectives.
    • Valid Driver's License.
    • Competencies: Develop Trust, Be Resilient and Flexible, Provide Consistent and Compelling Customer Service, Establish Strategic Direction, Communicate with Impact

Billing Information Specialist

This role is responsible for obtaining missing or incomplete billing information needed to process claims. The role interacts with insurance companies, clients and sales representatives in order to obtain this information.

  • Functions:
    • Review assigned accessions and obtain missing or inaccurate patient demographics and/or insurance information using provider access sites or direct contact with the ordering client
    • Maintain working knowledge of Medicare, Medicaid and third-party billing requirements.
  • Qualifications:
    • High school diploma required, bachelor’s degree or Medical Billing Certification preferred
    • 1 year office experience preferred
    • Strong customer service skills
    • Ability to prioritize and multitask

Medical Technologist

The Medical Technologist will maintain, operate and troubleshoot chemistry analyzer and perform quality and compliance functions.

  • Functions:
    • Processes and performs moderately and/or high complexity patient testing on automated chemistry analyzers
    • Accurately performs, documents, and evaluates necessary calibration and quality control
    • Accurately evaluates and results patient data in a timely manner
    • Routinely performs instrument preventative maintenance according to a defined schedule
    • Performs and/or assists in troubleshooting instrumentation
    • Ensures inventory for the department is adequate on a weekly basis
  • Qualifications:
    • Bachelor’s of science degree in Medical Technology, Chemistry or relevant life science
    • ASCP certified preferred
    • 3 years in a clinical laboratory setting preferred
    • Experience with laboratory validations
    • Must have ability to troubleshoot independently

Area Sales Manager – Idaho/Utah

Boston Heart Diagnostics is re-inventing the role of diagnostics in cardiovascular disease (CVD), the number one cause of death in the United States. We help people make meaningful and lasting change through the use of easy-to-understand reports, one-on-one coaching, and sustained support. Applying the latest clinical research and advances in laboratory science, we integrate results from our proprietary tests and health history information with an individual’s food and exercise preferences – all transformed into practical nutrition, lifestyle and support strategies tailor-made for each person. By working closely with healthcare providers to engage individuals in their own well-being and give them the tools they need to prevent or reduce their CVD risk and improve health outcomes, Boston Heart Diagnostics is leading the charge to turn the promise of personalized medicine into a reality.

Boston Heart Diagnostics strives to create a collaborative and engaging work environment for all employees. As a growing company, we encourage creativity and value relationships, the truth, taking responsibility, and leading the way as champions of change and innovation.

  • Responsibilities:
    • This highly visible position will report directly to the Regional Sales Director.
    • The right candidate must meet and exceed sales goals by advancing our Clinical Testing offering within the Idaho/Utah Healthcare marketplace.
    • This key role will support the Clinical Sales efforts of Boston Heart Diagnostics focusing on relationships with Physicians, Clinicians (IM, PCP and Cardiologist) Endocrinologists, Nurse Practitioners, Naturopaths, some Chiropractors and other professional Clinical disciplines within the Idaho/Utah territory.
    • This Sales role will maintain and grow existing accounts as well as drive growth with new account development goals.
    • Present product features and benefits to clinical call points utilizing proper sales technique (probing, qualifying, needs assessment, supporting and closing).
    • Maintain and increase sales volume within assigned accounts and territory.
    • Attend and participate in sales meetings, training programs, conventions, and trade shows as directed. Attend all regional and divisional events including National Sales Meetings, Corporate Trainings or Region Meetings.
  • Requirements:
    • Bachelors degree in Business or related field required.
    • 10+ years of sales experience in Biotech, Medical Device, Diagnostic Equipment and/or the Pharmaceutical industry with a focus in the cardiovascular area.
    • Evidence of top sales achievement with experience in multilevel account management is required.
    • A demonstrated track record for meeting and exceeding sales objectives.
    • Valid Driver's License.
  • Competencies:
    • Develop Trust
    • Be resilient and flexible
    • Provide consistent and compelling customer service
    • Establish Strategic Direction
    • Communicate with Impact

ASCP Certified Medical Technologist

The Medical Technologist is responsible for preparing and running electrophoresis gels, performing Western blots, image and data analysis, and evaluations. The role will also prepare buffers and solutions, as well as take on additional lab responsibilities when needed. The Medical Technologist reports to the Laboratory Supervisor.

  • Qualifications:
    • Bachelor’s degree in a laboratory science
    • Clinical laboratory experience preferred
    • ASCP Certified
    • Experience with specialized chemistry, preferred
    • Ability to work nights and weekends as needed

Laboratory Assistant

The Lab Assistant works in the laboratory providing general assistance to the laboratory technicians. Responsibilities include preparing electrophoresis gels, preparing buffers and solutions, cleaning of equipment, and other duties as assigned. The lab assistant reports to the Lab Supervisor.

  • Qualifications:
    • High school diploma required
    • Strong organizational skills
    • Ability to multitask
    • Clinical lab experience a plus

Laboratory Technician – HDL

The Lab Technician - HDL is responsible for all aspects of preparing and running agarose and polyacrylamide electrophoresis gels, data entry, image analysis, and performing western blots. The role will also prepare buffers and solutions and perform other laboratory tasks as required. The Lab Technician - HDL reports to the Lab Supervisor.

  • Qualifications:
    • Bachelor’s degree in a laboratory science
    • One to three years of experience in a clinical laboratory
    • MT/MLT ASCP Certification, preferred
    • Strong organizational skills
    • Ability to work nights and weekends as required

To Apply

If you would like to learn more about career opportunities at Boston Heart Diagnostics or pursue an open position, please submit your resume, including a cover letter either by email to careers@bostonheartdx.com or mail to Boston Heart Diagnostics, 175 Crossing Boulevard Suite 550, Framingham, MA 01702, Attention: Careers.

Boston Heart Diagnostics is an equal opportunity employer.

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    • Forbes lists Boston Heart within the top 100 privately held, high-growth companies with bright futures


    • Boston Heart ranks number eight fastest growing company in North America on Deloitte’s 2013 Technology Fast 500™


    • Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2014 names Boston Heart CEO as New England finalist
  • Why join Boston Heart?
    • You’ll contribute to making a difference in the lives of our patients.
    • You’ll work with a highly motivated and dedicated team.
  • Our benefits include:
    • Competitive salaries
    • 80% company paid medical & dental insurance
    • 100% company paid short-term disability, long-term disability & life insurance
    • Flexible paid time off program
    • 401K plan
    • Employee recognition program
    • Many other incentive & discount programs