Summary

San Jose-based Visby Medical, Inc. is a well-funded, fast-paced, emerging diagnostic device startup seeking to redefine the way infectious diseases are tested and treated. Driven by a belief that disease diagnosis should be quick, accurate and accessible to all, Visby is developing a device platform designed to dramatically accelerate the availability of diagnostic test results to point of care providers and patients. We have a world class team of researchers, biologists, designers, engineers, operators and administrative personnel and we are growing rapidly. 

Visby is an outstanding place to work for those passionate about making a difference, who thrive on tackling challenging problems and who want to join a team poised to change the world of healthcare.

Essential Duties

  • Lead the Company’s efforts to design , build value-added functionality and maintain key enterprise applications (primarily NetSuite and Salesforce.com) 
  • Manage and prioritize technical enterprise application support issues that arise, including maintenance, troubleshooting and software upgrades
  • Use broad operational and business skills to understand the Company’s enterprise systems workflows and propose enhancements, extensions and additional enterprise applications to meet the business needs
  • Collaborate with internal managers and product leads across the organization to implement appropriate solutions within the various platforms
  • Propose and Lead Integration efforts with other key systems to avoid data integrity issues.
  • Regularly audit data to uncover data integrity issues and/or opportunities for process improvement.
  • Create and manage configuration changes to fields, workflows, roles/permissions, page layouts, custom objects, custom record types, scripts, integrations, reports and dashboards 
  • Keep up to date with Salesforce and NetSuite releases, features, and best practices
  • Lead and/or coordinate regular application training to employees, including updating users on platform enhancements and expansions
  • Ensure services are delivered within security and compliance standards
  • Responsible for compliance, governance and readiness under SOX

Education and/or Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, Information Technology, Finance or Accounting

Other Qualifications 

  • 6+ years of systems administration experience at a high-growth company
  • Extensive knowledge of NetSuite; experience with or Salesforce.com is a strong plus 
  • Strong Solution & Integration Architecture knowledge
  • Working knowledge of the NetSuite Manufacturing applications config and admin is a strong plus
  • Understanding of Salesforce Sales & Service Cloud Features and Salesforce Change Management
  • Ability to juggle multiple projects and prioritize those that are most critical and produce the most value
  • NetSuite Administration Certification and/or Salesforce Advanced Administrator Certification
  • Experience instituting best practices in all aspects of the development lifecycle.
  • Experience with SQL, JavaScript and/or Python and Microsoft Excel
  • Strong project management, communication, analytical and organizational skills.

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