Synchron is developing a platform of brain interface technology that transmits data in and out of the brain via devices implanted inside cerebral blood vessels using minimally invasive endovascular procedures (Neuro-Intervention).
As a leader in brain-to-machine communication, Synchron is poised to create a significant impact in its industry and to meaningfully impact many peoples’ lives. Whilst the company’s technology is maturing fast (4 clinical trial participants have already benefited from the first-generation device), there is an opportunity to help shape the company’s direction and to work in a dynamic, multi-disciplinary and growing team.
We are a lean, fast-paced, passionate team pushing the boundaries of what is possible in the neurotech space to dramatically improve the quality of life of millions of people globally, and we want you to join us.
Senior Product Manager – Advanced Technology
Synchron is developing products that convert raw neural signals into impactful, easy-to-use experiences.
We are hiring a Senior Product Manager to help define the future of Synchron products on our Advanced Technology team, based in Melbourne. You will work cross-functionally to guide products from concept to reality by connecting our revolutionary technology with our strategic goals. You will work with scientists, engineers, researchers, clinicians, and patients to deliver wholly novel life altering technologies to market.
We are a lean, fast-paced team pushing the boundaries of neurotech to improve the quality of life of millions of people, and we want you to join us.
- High level: Partner with Neuroscience, Engineering, Research, Design, Clinical, and Marketing teams to develop future generation products in our Melbourne Office
- Partner with leadership to set the long-term vision of our neuroprosthetics, neurodiagnostics, and neuromodulation product verticals
- Work with cross-functional teams to identify, develop, and own User Needs for complex user landscapes for each product line
- Lead UI/UX definition and design and support development of System and Subsystem Requirements across products
- Develop roadmaps and milestones through proof-of-concept and first-in-human trials, and manage the transition to the US-based R&D team for commercialization
- Establish and track standardized product metrics for each phase of development
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent practical experience in Computer Science, Product Design, Human-Computer Interaction, Business/Systems Analytics or related field
- 5+ years in a product role at a medical device, neurotechnology, or biotechnology company managing hardware & software products
- Demonstrated ability to collaborate cross-functionally and deliver on complex projects with aggressive timelines
- Proven track record of clear, concise communication (verbal, written, presentation) with collaborators and company leadership
- Proactive, motivated, efficient individual with demonstrated interest in the BCI/neural interface space
- Experience in at least one of the following areas: regulated medical devices, reimbursement pathways, designing products for patients with disabilities and clinicians
- Master's or PhD in related field
- Experience with neuromodulation or neuromonitoring products
- Experience in two or more of the following areas: working with and/or designing for patients with disabilities and caregivers, working with clinicians and physicians, reimbursement pathways for private and public health insurance companies, Class II or Class III medical devices
- Experience delivering novel technologies to market
At Synchron we value our culture and the way we work together to achieve our goals. You will work amongst a group of hard-working, fun and caring people who support each other and are passionate about bringing life-changing technologies to people with disabilities.
Synchron provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.
Synchron operates in Australia and the USA.