Sr. Marketing Manager, Women's Health

General Responsibilities:
Reporting to the Associate Director, Women’s Health Marketing, the Sr. Marketing Manager is responsible for developing and executing the marketing strategy and programs to drive adoption of Gauss’ AI-based solutions for use in obstetrics. S/he will drive successful commercialization and execute strategic marketing communications to communicate the company and product value propositions to key stakeholders. S/he will work closely with key cross-functional partners, including Sales, Sales Operations and Customer Success.

Specific Responsibilities:
The successful candidate will:

  • Develop and execute product positioning and branding strategy, which will result in Gauss’ products becoming the standard of care in Labor & Delivery.
  • Lead activities including product positioning, messaging, new product launches, market research, and competitive analysis.
  • Work closely with healthcare providers (physicians and nurses) to further understand customer needs and purchasing behaviors that will drive physician adoption.
  • Lead and manage presence at conferences, including physician engagements, special programs, and tactical execution.
  • Together with sales management provide sales training and ongoing account support to sales organization.
  • Demonstrate outstanding written and verbal communication skills and a high level of courtesy and professional ethics.

Expertise & Personality:
The successful candidate will:

  • At least 3+ years of successful experience marketing medical technologies to healthcare professionals (HCP’s).
  • Expertise in branding and marketing breakthrough products to effectively drive physician adoption.
  • Solid business acumen and superior organization and communication skills.
  • Solid project management skills to handle multiple projects and manage timelines.
  • A goal-orientated, hands-on approach and ability to operate with a high sense-of-urgency.
  • Comfort operating in a nimble, risk-taking environment of open communication throughout the organization.
  • Experience in creating successful strategic partnerships and building relationships with HCP thought leaders.
  • The ability to collaborate as a “team player” that works closely with cross-functional partners to quickly win their respect and cooperation and jointly achieve Company objectives.
  • A clear desire to succeed and be effective working in a fast-paced entrepreneurial environment, while exhibiting the highest standards of ethics and integrity.

A BS/BA degree is required; an advanced degree in business or management is desirable.

Send resume to:
Charlie Carroll at

Location: Gauss Surgical Headquarters 4085 Campbell Ave., Suite 200 Menlo Park, CA 94025


About Gauss Surgical:
Gauss Surgical is a Silicon Valley-based technology company pioneering an over-the-air delivery model for medical technologies. The company leverages computer vision and machine learning to deliver mobile applications for the operating room, with a focus on improving patient safety, quality, and outcomes. The company’s initial product, Triton, is a real time blood loss monitor that improves care for patients and reduces costs for hospitals.

Gauss is led by a group of experienced, passionate medical and technical entrepreneurs. The company has fostered a culture that empowers its people to strive for excellence. With a highly differentiated technology addressing a huge market need Gauss Surgical is poised to become the leader in accurately quantify blood loss in the OR through real-time data analysis.

The Company recently completed a $20 million Series C financing round led by SoftBank Ventures Korea and Northwell Health, and with participation from the strategic venture arms of several leading healthcare systems. Triton™ was selected from over 1 million iOS apps to receive the Apple Design Award at the 2018 World Wide Developers Conference. Triton has received FDA de novo approval and CE mark; in the past 18 months. Triton™ has been adopted by 50 leading US hospitals covering over 200,000 surgeries per year and impacts over a thousand patients weekly.