Does having a career with PURPOSE mean something to you? Our mission of “Putting Outcomes First… In Everything We Do”® drives us to provide Orthopaedic Surgeons with unparalleled quality in product, service and medical education.
Tribe strives to create a secure environment that fosters ingenuity and teamwork, providing Employees with the opportunity to reach their personal and professional goals.
We want you to enjoy your time at work while accomplishing great things!
Tribe Medical Group Inc. can provide accommodation to job applicants throughout the hiring process for all roles. If you require accommodation during the application process or through the selection process, please advise in your cover letter. Tribe is an equal opportunity employer.
Tribe is always looking for a motivated and hard-working individual to join our various territory teams. As a sales rep, you will represent Tribe selling Arthrex, Inc. products to surgeons and healthcare professionals throughout your territory.
Our Medical Device Sales Representatives achieve annual quotas by supporting surgeons and other surgical staff directly in the OR each and every day, engaging in continuous medical education programs, and more.
Tribe provides a comprehensive training program that is unique to the medical device industry in Canada, entailing a 6 month curriculum that will prepare you to be an expert on Arthrex’s devices, orthopaedic surgical techniques, and cutting-edge technologies. Therefore, we welcome individuals who have not worked in the medical device industry to apply.
The right candidate for our team is driven, has proven grit and determination, can work hard but appreciate the down time, is passionate about what they do, and can manage their time and prioritize successfully. Previous sales an asset. A post secondary degree is required unless your experience and skills are an equivalent consideration. Travel outside of the province is a regular part of this role.
We provide a base pay, monthly auto, cell & parking allowances, regular pay increases including 2 in the first 12 months, and more.
By upholding Tribe’s mission of “Putting Patient Outcomes First… In Everything We Do”, we believe we hire the best sales reps in Canada. If you want to work for the best, then we want to meet you!
Our jobs are permanent, full-time roles working Monday to Friday day shift. Our office is located on a bus run (LTC #37). We offer paid benefits including sick time and vacation time, as well as health & dental. We invite all candidates to apply, provided you are legally entitled to work in Canada. We welcome those new to Canada and those looking to obtain their PR and will help them through this process. Bilingual candidates, please apply, we have a market adjustment for those who are bilingual in French and English.
Our culture is laid back but hard working. We like to have fun and enjoy our time at work each day, but when the orders come in, it’s our job to get them done quickly and accurately so we can ensure a patient somewhere in Canada (animal and human) has the medical supplies needed for their upcoming surgery! What we do improves someone else’s quality of life, which makes it incredibly rewarding.
Team members will work together to pick, pack and ship medical devices and instruments across Canada every day, receive trucks throughout the week and inventory/cycle count regularly. This role facilitates maximizing sales and meeting the operational requirements needed to fulfill Tribe’s mission statement of “Putting Patient Outcomes First… In Everything We Do”
You must have above average computer/technical skills to understand our SAP B1 system as well as work in compliance with Health Canada and our manufacturer. Strong organizational skills and the ability to work quickly but accurately in our warehouse are key parts of this role.
In this fast-paced and essential role, you will work in a team to provide medical equipment to hospital customers across Canada. This position requires attention to detail, sophisticated computer skills and beyond all else, excellent customer service skills. This full-time, head office role is vital to helping the Tribe sales team achieve their sales and profitability objectives.
You must have above-average attention to detail with an eye for small details. You will inspect for damage and contamination. Advanced computer/technical skills to understand our SAP B1 system and the ability and mental strength to work under tight deadlines and at times with little notice while maintaining a high-quality standard of work.
We are looking for a hard-working individual to join our team in London to support our customers and sales reps across Canada. In this role, you will liaise between head office and the field to provide support and investigation in finalizing sales. Through research, analysis, process measure, operational flow and more, this role facilitates maximizing sales and meeting the operational requirements needed to fulfill Tribe’s mission statement of “Putting Patient Outcomes First… In Everything We Do”
You must have above average computer/technical skills to understand our SAP B1 system as well as work in compliance with Health Canada and our manufacturer. Strong organizational skills and the ability to think critically are key parts every day of this role.
The incumbent in this role serves as the first point of contact between Tribe’s field staff and the Medical Device Services (MDS) team, and directly supports the frontline operations in booking trials, loaner kits, evaluations and more.
The MDS department coordinators work in a fast-paced environment where the application of accuracy and at times speed are essential. You will work in a team to provide medical equipment to hospital customers across Canada. This position requires attention to detail, sophisticated computer skills and beyond all else, excellent customer service skills. This full-time, head office (on-site) role is vital to help the Tribe sales team achieve their sales and profitability objectives.
In this role, you will coordinate medical kits and other inventory shipments out to hospitals across Canada, for upcoming surgeries. Managing a complex database of kits, you will schedule shipments based on availability and follow up to ensure return. You will assist with checking kits, billing for items used, work with the sales team when there are booking conflicts and coordinate repair requests when necessary.
This role requires advanced computer skills with experience using spreadsheets and databases as well as looking up small details. A strong attention to detail and the mental strength to work under tight deadlines. This role is onsite at Tribe’s head office and requires being in and out of our warehouse where steel-toe shoes are required.