ESURGI seeks an intern responsible for management of its bio-health technology products. The ideal candidate is familiar with health technology.
Main Areas of Responsibility
- Understand the market, unique unmet need, and positioning for products.
- Develop requirements for products.
- Manage product development.
- Document and test modules and the device
- Self-driven: Results-driven and Detail-oriented. Takes initiative.
- Pursuing or have degree in or have knowledge in healthcare, biotechnology, kinesiology, engineering, health economics, business, or a related field.
ESURGI is a bio-health technology product startup. We have projects including physical medicine and rehabilitation / physical therapy and medication reconciliation. Our leaders have developed and built successful companies, including one of Fortune Magazine's World's Most Admired Companies and Forbes Fast Tech 25, and have medical research background in institutions such as UCLA.
Why This Role
This position is ideal for college students and candidates who want to increase their background in bio-health technology product development. The incumbent will work directly with the CEO (a strategist), and by the end of the projects will have multiple success stories in systems development in a biomedical setting. This role also satisfies the requirements for OPT and internship classes.
ESURGI is a bio-health technology early stage company. Our products include physical therapy, ACL injury prevention and medication reconciliation. ESURGI executives have built and developed successful technology companies. One of the companies in the Fortune Magazine as the World's Most Admired Companies and Forbes Fast Tech 25. Our executives also include a former medical researcher from UCLA.
About our Internships
An archetypical internship at Esurgi is essentially a special project in the work setting. The interns will be assigned a mentor with an executive background. The intern and the mentor will develop an internship plan. This will be based on the intern educational background, career goals, and realistic (preferably interdisciplinary / team) projects within the Esurgi sphere. The plan includes objectives, success factors, and deliverables. The intern and mentor will meet regularly to review the progress and plan of the intern. Typical conversations: How would you measure this in that context? I am curious about why you did not suggest those approaches. Given these available data sources, what would be your approach to calculating that?
Job Types: Part-time, Internship