Director Clinical Affairs

ForSight Robotics

ForSight Robotics

Yokne'am Illit, Israel
Posted on Tuesday, June 25, 2024

Who are we?

At ForSight Robotics, we believe that sight is a basic human right. We are united behind our mission to improve global access to sight-saving surgical eye care. Through ingenuity and intelligent technology, we are enhancing surgeons’ and patients’ lives. As a pioneer and market leader in ophthalmic robotic-assisted surgery, we strive to foster an inclusive and diverse team, committed to making a difference. We empower our team members to do their best work as their most authentic selves while driving forward our vision - “For All to See.”

For our next steppingstone, we are looking to hire an experienced Director of clinical affairs to lead all clinical aspects in the company who is passionate about being involved at the strategy of the clinical trials as well as hands-on in the clinical sites.


  • Leadership and Strategy: Spearhead the development and execution of clinical strategies, aligning with the company's overall goals and regulatory requirements.
  • Clinical Trials Management: Direct all aspects of clinical trials, from planning and implementation to monitoring and reporting, ensuring compliance with GCP guidelines.
  • Budget Management: Manage clinical budget, optimizing resource allocation to maximize efficiency and impact.
  • Cross-functional Collaboration: Work alongside R&D, marketing, and regulatory teams to integrate clinical insights into product development and commercialization strategies.
  • Collaborate closely with regulatory bodies, preparing and submitting clinical data to support product approvals and market entry.
  • Data Analysis and Interpretation: Oversee the collection, analysis, and interpretation of clinical data, providing critical insights to support publications and product safety and efficacy.
  • Managerial skills: Manage and supervise onsite & offsite critical functions.


  • At least 10 years of experience in clinical trials management in Israel & abroad in multidisciplinary medical devices.
  • Advanced degree in a relevant field such as life sciences, biomedical engineering, or a related discipline. Preferred: PhD, MD, or other advanced degrees.
  • GCP certificate.
  • Proven experience in planning, executing, and managing clinical trials.
  • In-depth understanding of regulatory requirements and guidelines, including experience interacting with regulatory bodies.
  • Expertise in collecting, analyzing, and interpreting clinical data.
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with R&D, marketing, and regulatory teams.
  • History of published clinical research and contributions to scientific literature – an advantage.
  • Representative with high interpersonal skills.
  • High level of proficiency in English.