Join the AO North America staff and help us continue providing quality learning experiences for our surgeon communities
AO North America, Inc. (AO NA) is home to people from different backgrounds, with diverse talents and specialist areas. What binds us together is our values: integrity, camaraderie, excellence, and transparency. To quote our President and Chair, “we are a learning community dedicated to educating current and future generations of surgeons.”

Why work at AO NA?

AO NA offers an attractive working environment, welcomes innovative ideas, and provides excellent opportunities for employees to grow in their roles and enhance their skills. We accomplish this through professional development, training, tuition reimbursement, and mentoring.

Our generous benefits package includes medical, dental, vision, life, disability, and 401k. Paid time off includes holidays, birthdays, four personal days, vacation days, and sick days.

Our employees’ safety and well-being is very important. We continue to work from home during COVID-19 and we have become creative with employee activities and events. Employees enjoy lunch-and-learns, virtual get-togethers, holiday parties, photography contests, ‘yappy’ hour, and more!

AO NA focuses on recruiting staff that represent a diverse community of identities, cultures, backgrounds, education, and talent.

Find an opportunity with us

To apply, view our current listings and send a resume with a cover letter to If you don’t see an opening, you are still welcome to submit your resume for future openings. Resumes are kept on file for six months.

Although we cannot personally respond to every applicant, every resume is reviewed by a real person. Any applicant who goes through the interview process is contacted after the final decision, regardless of the outcome.

  • No listings currently available

    We do not have any specific openings at this time, but we are always accepting applications for general administrative roles.

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  • Instructional Designer

    The Instructional Designer will

    • Systematically transfer principles, concepts and best practices of learning and instruction for designing and developing materials and activities
    • Re-design existing content and develop new content by analyzing the problem, designing to specific needs, developing courseware, implementing the solution, and performing evaluations throughout the process
    • Design and develop learning solutions for instructor led, web based, performance-support, distributed learning, or any blend of these delivery methods

    Read the full job description here.

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