Measure Labs- Clinical Operations Manager

Who we are: 

Healthcare is quickly moving digital. Physicians are treating patients online more than ever, but they don’t have the patient vitals they need to do their job. We are an AI startup focused on unlocking the digital health revolution by making health measurement ubiquitous. Our products will turn your smartphone into a medical device, enabling the measurement of multiple biomarkers using just the hardware already in your pocket. Our technology is based on cutting-edge research from one of the top AI for Health research labs in the world – the University of Washington Ubiquitous Computing Lab.

About you:

The ideal candidate is a highly organized individual who demonstrates excellent communication skills, individual initiative, and problem-solving capabilities. This person should be able to work independently and drive action items to completion with little oversight. Supports all end-to-end operations related to our data program, which includes the following responsibilities:

  • Working with science and engineering to support protocols and tools for collecting, processing, and reviewing ground truth data (e.g. smartphone fingertip videos, blood pressure readings, blood glucose readings, continuous PPG)
  • Developing, meeting, and continually raising the bar on performance metrics, including throughput, diversity, quality, and cost; providing timely and relevant updates on these metrics to the team
  • Develop or assist with the project training development and delivery, for investigators, clinical sites, project teams, and sponsors on data collection processes, tools, and/or equipment as required.
  • Reviews resource allocation with the assigned project leads to ensure projects and budgets are managed effectively
  • Hiring, scheduling, and day-to-day support of the operational team to run protocols for gathering and processing data
  • Track study progress and issue periodic status reports
  • Managing relationship with IRB, filing new proposals, managing updates, and ensuring team follows protocol

Required experience:

  • BA/BS degree or higher
  • Good interpersonal communication (written and verbal) and organizational skills
  • 2+ years experience meeting and developing performance metrics
  • Proven project management experience from start to completion
  • Time management skills and ability to adhere to project productivity metrics and timelines
  • Constructive problem-solving attitude while deadline focused with time demands, incomplete information, or unexpected events
  • Ability to work in a team environment and collaborate with peers
  • Ability to travel up to 40%. Local and international travel will be required

Preferred experience:

  • 1+ years experience in managing clinical studies
  • 1+ years experience coding in SQL
  • 1+ years experience taking health measures (e.g blood pressures) in a patient-facing role (e.g. medical assistant, nurse, pharmacist)
  • Experience working with healthcare data

What’s in it for you?

  • Huge impact opportunity: Build and scale a company from the ground up 
  • Growth and equity opportunities at a venture backed startup
  • Work on a daily basis with the founding team and core advisors including the CEO of AI2
  • The opportunity to build and grow a team

More questions? Reach out at info@measurelabs.com

A note about diversity:

We believe incorporating diverse viewpoints early on is key to building an inclusive culture and a transformative product. If you think you might have a diverse perspective to share, we're eager to hear it. We hope you'll apply.

At the AI2 Incubator, we are committed to fostering a diverse, inclusive environment and to encourage these values in our wider entrepreneurship community. We provide an environment of mutual respect where equal entrepreneurial support opportunities are available to all founders without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy (including childbirth, lactation and related medical conditions), national origin, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information (including characteristics and testing), military and veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law. We believe that diversity and inclusion among our founders is critical to the success of our incubator and our spinouts, and we seek to recruit, develop and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool. Invitation to our incubator program is decided purely on the basis of qualifications, merit, and business need.

About AI2:

The AI2 Incubator is an initiative of the Allen Institute for A.I.-a world-leading research institute with over 175+ A.I. PhDs, researchers, engineers, and support staff. Our Incubator helps entrepreneurs come up with ideas, find co-founders, engage pilot customers, refine their product,

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