Atlantic Therapeutics is a growing organization with an exciting new product that’s changing lives. We’re always looking for people with the belief, passion and expertise to make our business a success and positively impact our customers’ quality of life, delivering solutions to help millions of people restore their pelvic floor — helping them regain control, confidence and an active lifestyle.

Sound like something you want to be part of? Check out our current openings below. If we don’t have a role for you right now, send your resume and cover letter to [email protected], and we’ll contact you when an opening becomes available.

Working for AT is fulfilling, and the work is interesting, challenging and rewarding. It's exciting to be part of a company that fills a void in the marketplace. It is inspiring to see how new products coming to the US market can have a positive impact on people’s lives. I love seeing that!

– Monica Cipollo, Director of Marketing

Atlantic Therapeutics (AT) is a growing organization with an exciting product that changes people’s lives. Do you want to be part of an industry-disrupting business? Our product is the only non-invasive product on the market that actively treats the root cause of bladder weakness, not just the symptoms. We are building a team of people with the belief, passion and expertise to make our business a success and positively influence our customers’ quality of life. Our vision is to enable millions of people each year to restore their pelvic floor, and thereby restore their control, confidence and active lifestyle.

We have an exciting opportunity for a Sales Operations Coordinator, with responsibility for coordinating all aspects of customer support for our growing US organization.

What’s important:

  • Customer Care
  • Dispatching orders
  • Customer fulfilment
  • Inventory Management
  • Invoicing/Data Entry/ Reporting
  • Product Training

The day to day:

  • Primary responsibility is customer support to the US market but also to support the broader Customer Support team in other international markets during holiday, absence etc.
  • Ensure all FDA & HIPPA Script procedures are followed accordingly.
  • Provide support to the US Inside sales team, providing sample product and updated details of HCP prescribers.
  • Ensure all direct US customer refunds are posted and processed manually on ERP system daily.
  • Liaise with US Warehouse to deal with any customer fulfilment issues.
  • Responsible for creating and posting of sales invoices for B2B customers on AT’s ERP system (Sage x3) and updating daily report.
  • Provide daily support to the third-party external customer care center, to ensure all escalated customer queries are responded to in a timely manner.
  • Support the sales team, ensuring all new / existing customers are supported as requested by Account Managers.
  • Support the Finance team by keeping control over private, distributor and retail customers.
  • During absence cover for other members of the customer service team, responsibilities may include high quality customer care and advice to patients, direct customers and Health Professionals over the phone & via email, Customer fulfilment for all Distributor markets – France, UK, IRL & International. Ensuring all checklists and procedures are released in the QMS and followed as per customer requests.
  • Work closely will colleagues in the local US office in a team environment providing support as and when required.

Where you’ve come from:

You will have a qualification in Business or a related discipline with experience working in a Customer Service environment.

Who you are:

  • Highly organized
  • Analytical
  • Customer focused
  • Clear Thinking
  • Team Player

Atlantic Therapeutics (AT) is a growing organization with an exciting product that changes people’s lives. Do you want to be part of an industry-disrupting business? Our product is the only non-invasive product on the market that actively treats the root cause of bladder weakness, not just the symptoms. We are building a team of people with the belief, passion and expertise to make our business a success and positively influence our customers’ quality of life. Our vision is to enable millions of people each year to restore their pelvic floor, and thereby restore their control, confidence and active lifestyle.

We have an exciting opportunity for a Financial Controller for our new U.S. subsidiary, with responsibility for the management of the U.S. finance and administration function and establishment and maintenance of the financial practices and processes for this rapidly growing ambitious early stage organization.

What’s important:

  • Ability to work in a fast changing, rapidly growing organization with the ability to adapt approach as needed.
  • Self-starter, able to operate under minimal supervision.
  • Excellent analytical skills with the ability to provide commercial insights to inform business strategy and direction.
  • The ability to communicate clearly and concisely.

The day to day:

  • Creation and preparation of monthly and annual reports, KPIs and other measures to identify results, trends, forecasts and other information required to support the business plan and to provide insightful, commercially focused commentary on performance against the business plan.
  • Ensure compliance with and preparation of all reports required under US and International GAAP.
  • Preparation, maintenance and prompt reporting of monthly and quarterly information to Group Finance and local management.
  • Management of all finance functions within the US business to include cash flow management, accounts receivable, accounts payable, fixed asset registers, payroll, taxes etc.
  • Assist in the ongoing development of the company’s ERP systems.
  • Responsible for ensuring company compliance with all US State and Federal tax requirements including calculation and submissions of sales, property and income tax returns.
  • Be a flexible team member by sharing knowledge and supporting continuous improvement initiatives to deliver process efficiencies, improve quality of work and create appropriate best-in-class processes and procedures.
  • Work closely with and support group & local management by providing financial and analytical support for on-going business initiatives and taking the lead on specific initiatives, responsibilities and ad-hoc projects as required.
  • Provide management and leadership within the business to ensure the required standards are consistently achieved. Ensuring appropriate best practice is adhered to in all financial processes and ensuring compliance with all relevant laws, accounting standards and filing requirements.
  • Maintain strong working relationships with banks, auditors, internal customers and colleagues.

Where you’ve come from:

You should have a relevant Degree and a CPA/CIMA qualification or equivalent with approximately 3 years + PQE

Who you are:

  • Ability to work on own initiative; proactive. • Business and performance focused.
  • Highly analytical and ability to demonstrate strong commercial acumen.
  • Ability to multi-task - capable of prioritizing work in the context of rapid, sometimes repeated, revisions to priorities.
  • Self-sufficient, and strategic in approaching new challenges / projects.
  • Systematic and orderly – ability to work to deadlines and achieve targets.
  • High level of competence with systems i.e. ERP, Microsoft Office etc.
  • Strikes appropriate balance - analysis: action
  • Attention to detail; accuracy and thoroughness of proofreading, and numerical excellence.
  • Friendly; collaborative in work style and team player.
  • Highly flexible and energetic in approach with a positive “Can-do” attitude.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.