Lab Summary:

Our mission is to empower Samsung’s users to more easily monitor and manage their own and their loved one’s health through advanced health service and medical device innovation. We specialize in developing Samsung’s upcoming software-based medical devices and health services, including product definition and strategy, partner integrations, UI/UX design, usability research, clinical validation, regulatory submissions, and software development/lifecycle. Millions of Samsung users’ lives around the world have been touched by our products, including the Samsung HeartWise cardiac rehabilitation App and the Samsung ECG Monitor App. Join us!

Position Summary: 

  • Own the project and manage the delivery of products and features within the business constraints.
  • Work with the Health Strategy team to understand business strategy and translate Business strategy into product strategy.

Position Responsibilities:

  • You will help drive the feature development process for consumer health products across all mobile, wearables, and web platforms.
  • You will need to understand the world of health and user needs across various consumer segments and translate them into software requirements.
  • Work with the engineering, design, and research team to build health products and with marketing to launch the product.

 Experience Requirements:

  • Engineering degree in EE, CS or similar or equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. MBA preferred.
  • 10+ years of product Proven experience in building web and mobile products.
  • Proven experience in end-to-end product lifecycle (concept through deployment and maintenance) is required.
  • Excellence at working with cross-functional teams and being an effective written and verbal communicator.
  • Experience planning, managing, and leading sophisticated technology projects in a fast-paced technology environment.
  • Ability to understand business strategy and formulate product strategy to align with it.

 

Our total rewards programs are designed to motivate and engage exceptional talent. The base pay range for roles at this level is listed below, but may be higher or lower in other states due to geographic differentials in the labor market. Within the base pay range, individual rates depend on a number of factors—including the role’s function and location as well as the individual’s knowledge, skills, experience, education and training. This is part of our comprehensive compensation package with annual bonus eligibility and generous benefits to help you live life well.
Base Pay Range
$177,700$266,450 USD

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This position will be performed in an office setting. The position will require the incumbent to sit and stand at a desk, communicate in person and by telephone, and frequently operate standard office equipment, such as telephones and computers.

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