Beacon Biosignals is seeking a customer-focused program manager to join us in our mission to make brain monitoring easily accessible, interpretable, and actionable. As program manager, you'll work with neurologists, research scientists, data scientists and engineers to deliver high-quality, reproducible analysis products that drive advancements in brain health.  At Beacon, we know diversity is key to developing successful teams and encourage people from all backgrounds to apply. 

Responsibilities include:

  • Working with the team to develop project plans and executing those plans to timelines and budget
  • Adapting plans to changing customer needs and/or changes in analysis approach as new findings are revealed
  • Serving as a primary contact point for the customer, ensuring timely response and communication
  • Ensuring appropriate and timely decision-making
  • Supporting data collection from customers and collaborators, and ensuring compliance to data onboarding protocols
  • Supporting grant application projects by gathering requirements, coordinating with stakeholders, and tracking progress on deliverables
  • Ensuring compliance with operating procedures and standards for data extraction processes, visualization and data governance
  • Documenting and organizing requirements, success criteria, milestones and deliverables for projects


  • You have a knack for finding the best times to deliver helpful reminders that keep people and the project on track
  • You ask questions that help the team uncover dependencies, identify priorities, and anticipate where new quality checks will be needed
  • You capture key takeaways from conversations in well-structured notes made visible to the entire team
  • You track multiple threads in conversation and ensure all important topics are fully addressed
  • You facilitate productive meetings and ensure input from all team members is heard
  • You've been known to work and re-work a written communication until you are satisfied it is clear and concise
  • You know how to figure out what the team should do first and why
  • You're known for catching little errors and inconsistencies that affect the quality of a deliverable
  • You've successfully managed complex projects that require the involvement of cross-functional teams and/or
    you've unsuccessfully done so and know what went wrong and what you'd do differently
  • When presented with data and charts, you research and ask questions until you understand what the chart is saying
  • You are interested in learning more about the pharmaceutical industry and clinical trials
  • You are interested in learning more about analytics, statistics, and/or machine learning

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