Are you passionate about making a change in healthcare?  Are you driven by innovation? Are you looking for an environment that you can have fun, be you and be a part of an amazing culture while still driving change and innovation?  Then Osso VR is the place for you!

Osso VR is the leading virtual reality surgical training and assessment platform. Our technology is being used by the top medical device companies to train thousands of surgeons, on dozens of the latest surgical techniques, in over twenty countries around the world. Our mission is to improve patient outcomes through better training and assessment, increase the adoption of higher value medical technology, and democratize access to the latest surgical techniques globally.

While we are extremely proud of the work we do, we are just as excited and proud of our team members and culture!  Since the beginning of Osso VR we have been a 100% remote company and feel as though we have perfected the way we can communicate, engage, and interact with each other even though our team is, quite literally, all over the map! At Osso VR we believe that the work we do, and your personal life are both equally important to make dreams happen!  We are inspired to dream big, drive innovation, and deliver while still finding a way to have fun at the same time!

The Team: 

Our Engineering department is led by award winning developers from companies such as Disney, Universal, Relic, Electronic Arts, CCP, Midway, AMD, and Motorola. Our team has decades of experience creating award winning gaming and VR training experiences. We are excited to welcome new members to our growing team.

We are excited to be looking for a Director of Engineering Operations to join our stellar team at Osso VR!  

At Osso VR, we are dedicated to building a diverse, inclusive, and supportive workplace where you can be authentically you! 

 Studies have shown that women and people of color are less likely to apply to jobs unless they meet every single qualification in the job description.  With that in mind, we encourage you to apply to the role if you're excited about the opportunity.  Even if you do not align with every qualification, you may still be the right candidate for the position or other open roles within the company!

The Role: 

You will lead operational initiatives that ensure the Product Development teams at Osso VR deliver on tactical and strategic technical outcomes for our customers, business, and teams. As a member of the technical leadership team, you will own and deliver on programs of high ambiguity, broad scope and impact within Engineering and beyond to include peer Product Development and Customer interfacing teams.

What You’ll Be Doing:

  • Own engineering programs, processes, tools, and relationships needed to create well-paced product development and support that is predictable and sustainable.
  • Establish means to measure (baseline, ongoing, reports and analytics) and progress team health and development.
  • Effect continuous improvement across Product Development and adjacent technology teams (IT, Security, etc) through well coordinated roll-out of changes to evolve technology, processes, policies, or organizational structure.
  • Support leadership in preparation of communications or material for key internal team and stakeholder meetings.

What You’ll Need To Be Successful:

Must have: 

  • 7+ years of experience in a software program or engineering management role
  • Excellent verbal and written communication, collaboration, and negotiation skills. Comfortable interacting with all levels of engineers and management. Able to represent the concerns of Engineering and related Product Development teams.
  • Strong analytics orientation. Able to quantify information such that they can be acted on to yield meaningful results, identify opportunities for improvement, or inform strategic decisions.
  • Bias for action with a consistent record of start to finish delivery. Drives ambiguous and complex problems or situations to clarity and resolution.
  • Trusted partner to stakeholders, constituents, and decision makers internal and external to Engineering and Product Development.
  • Advocate for an engineering culture centered on excellence, cohesion, transparency, diversity, equity, and inclusion.


  • Experience working in healthcare or other highly regulated environments, VR, or gaming.
  • Raises the level of the team by attracting, developing, and motivating top talent.
  • Comfortable prioritizing and managing time and attention across multiple disparate needs and requirements.
Our compensation package includes a base salary of $180,000-$234,000 as well as an incentive bonus and equity options.
Osso VR offers a comprehensive benefits package to eligible employees, including:
  • Medical, Dental and Vision insurance
  • Health advocacy
  • Virtual Health
  • Unlimited Paid Time Off
  • Parental Leave
  • 401k
  • Other voluntary benefits available

This position is fully remote only in the United States at this time.

Our commitment to diversity

The diverse experiences, ideas, and identities of our team members help us make better decisions and drive great results for our users. We foster an inclusive work environment that welcomes team members of all backgrounds and perspectives.

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