What you will be doing: 

Beacon Biosignals is seeking an experienced analytics engineer to help us develop analytics products to drive advancements in brain health and therapy development. In this role, you'll work alongside engineers, product managers, data scientists, neuroscientists, and clinicians as part of Beacon's Analytics Suite Team to develop and deliver analytical data pipelines, interactive dashboards, automated scientific reports, and data deliverables. This role reports to the manager of the Analytics Suite Team within the Analytics and Machine Learning domain at Beacon.

At Beacon, we've found that cultural and scientific impact is driven most by those who lead by example. As such, we're always seeking out new contributors whose work demonstrates innate curiosity, a bias toward simplicity, an eye for composability, a self-service mindset, and most of all, a deep empathy toward colleagues, stakeholders, users, and patients. We believe a diverse team builds more robust systems and achieves higher impact.

Beacon's robust asynchronous work practices ensure a first-class remote work experience, and we also have in-person office hubs located in Boston, New York City, and Paris.


What success looks like: 

  • Develop and maintain automated analytics pipelines that transform raw physiological signal data and clinical metadata to generate meaningful results that power clinical trials and therapy development
  • Build interactive dashboards and automated scientific reports to surface analytical insights to Beacon’s customers
  • Leverage Beacon's biosignal data warehouse to power our productized analytics by developing and maintaining data models and transformations that put biosignal data in a clinical context
  • Accelerate Analytics Suite product development by improving developer tooling and automation
  • Collaborate with scientific subject matter experts, product managers, and customers to identify high-impact scientific and analytical methods to build into data products that accelerate therapy development


What you will bring: 

  • You've worked at the intersection between data producers and data consumers, and have experience developing data models and transformation pipelines on top of platforms such as Snowflake or Databricks
  • You consider the inclusion of documentation and testing to be table stakes for any contribution
  • You've developed, versioned, and maintained SQL transformations to deliver reproducible analytic results in a production setting
  • You're familiar with using business intelligence front-ends (e.g., Superset, Tableau, Looker, etc.), or other data visualization libraries to distill complex information into products that deliver actionable insights
  • You have deployed automated analytics pipelines to a production environment, monitored their performance, and maintained them over time
  • You are a strong collaborator, and you're excited to work closely with multiple teams to achieve Beacon's analytics product goals
  • You're good at communicating asynchronously, and strive to get the most out of synchronous collaboration
  • You are familiar with or excited to learn about developing standardized analytics pipelines for clinical trials or other medical applications that leverage data organization, transformation, and statistics
  • You're familiar with or are excited to work with the technologies that power Beacon's analytics products, including dbt, Snowflake, Superset, and more!

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