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Development

We are committed to investing in employee growth and paving the way for each employee to be competent, confident, and curious!

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Be competent

Robust learning journeys to ensure employees quickly become competent in their new job role.

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Be confident

Ongoing development opportunities for those ready to challenge themselves as they become more confident and grow within their roles.

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Be curious

Access to resources to support the belief that every employee should be curious and explore ideas and opportunities that inspire them.

Career development at Inspire

Over 50% of our leadership promotions are from within!

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Why join our fast-growing team?

We value diverse experiences, backgrounds, and thoughts.

We elevate voices and encourage learning opportunities to build a professional network that grows into community.

As a company that puts the patient first, we have established a people-first culture aimed at making a meaningful impact on the lives of individuals living with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).

We encourage a strong work-life balance which includes flexible time off (FTO), tuition reimbursement, and hybrid work schedules.

If you’re passionate about making a difference in people’s lives and want to work with innovative technology, come be a part of our great team!

We’re hiring

Check out our current openings to see if you might be a good fit!

1 ADHERE Registry: Data on file
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3 Suurna MV, Steffen A, Boon M, et al. Impact of Body Mass Index and Discomfort on Upper Airway Stimulation: ADHERE Registry 2020 Update. Laryngoscope 2021; 131(11): 2616-2624
4 Heiser et al., ERJ 2019.
5 Source: Peppard, P.E., Young, T., Barnet, J.H., Palta, M., Hagen, E. W., Hla, K. M., (2013). Increased Prevalence of Sleep-Disordered Breathing in Adults, American Journal of Epidemiology, 1014