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Jr. Software Engineer

Cognivue Inc. is a Rochester, NY based startup aiming to elevate the gold standard of cognitive care.

Cognivue® is the world’s first FDA-cleared, computerized test of cognitive function: a risk assessment screening tool that identifies changes in cognitive function that could be indicative of early dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease. A breakthrough in stemming the global epidemic of late-life cognitive decline, Cognivue ® is a quantum leap over decades-old question and answer testing, enabling a rapid and objective solution to measure and monitor brain health, and detect the early signs of dementia.

We’re looking for a motivated software engineer willing to learn and grow as we enter our next phase of development.

As a medical device company, quality is VERY important to us. We feel the best way to do that is CI/CD backed by automated testing and documented processes.

What you’ll be doing:

  • Design, improve, and maintain the Cognivue Device, the Java application and supporting systems that powers Cognivue.
  • Design, improve, and maintain our AWS based cloud services.

Technologies we use:

  • Java, JavaFX, OpenGL, C++
  • Postgres, AWS, Docker, Linux

Requirements:

  • 1-3 years Java or C++ Development experience or a project demonstrating your ability
  • Excellent communications
  • Working knowledge with Java and Linux

Preferred:

  • BS in Computer Science or related field or equivalent years of experience
  • Testing Experience
  • Technical Writing Skills
  • Experience with medical devices development

Join the Cognivue Team and Enjoy:

  • Room for Professional Growth and Advancement
  • Healthcare Coverage
  • 401(k)
  • Paid Vacation Time

Clinical Research Associate

Cognivue Inc. is a Rochester, NY based startup aiming to elevate the gold standard of cognitive care.

Cognivue® is the world’s first FDA-cleared, computerized test of cognitive function: a risk assessment screening tool that identifies changes in cognitive function that could be indicative of early dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease. A breakthrough in stemming the global epidemic of late-life cognitive decline, Cognivue ® is a quantum leap over decades-old question and answer testing, enabling a rapid and objective solution to measure and monitor brain health, and detect the early signs of dementia.

As a Clinical Research Associate (CRA) at Cognivue, you will be expected to maintain the highest quality standards and integrity in the industry. The CRA will be empowered to lead research strategy, planning, and oversight of clinical research and real-world evidence activities within a variety of medical specialties. The CRA will collaborate with investigators and study staff at research centers across the United States while ensuring that all clinical studies, in various phases of development, operate on schedule and in a manner compliant to relevant regulations. The CRA will be a member of a high-performing, cross-functional team and expected to support multi-disciplinary/ multi-department projects as needed. This position will report to the Director of the department and will be located anywhere within the United States as this role will be working virtually.

Specific Job Requirements:

  • Sound knowledge of regulatory requirements for clinical trials
  • Ability to effectively lead and execute single and multi-center clinical research and real-world evidence activities
  • Initiate site selection and recruitment strategies, including risk analysis and mitigation
  • Act as primary point of contact for clinical sites regarding start up activities, IRB communications and training
  • Oversight of monitoring activities and site compliance
  • Manage study budgets and timelines
  • Contribute to vendor selection and management, as needed
  • Provide oversight and quality control for Trial Master File development, maintenance, and reconciliation
  • Responsible for contributing skilled input in the design, writing and/or review of all project-related essential documents including protocols, project management plans, case report forms, statistical analysis plans, project management plans, ICF templates, study procedure manuals, source documents, site newsletters, study reports, resource tools, essential documents, monitoring plans and report templates.
  • Participate in the development of standardized department policies and operating procedures
  • Collaborate with clinical team in data entry/verification/clarification processes, case report form development, develop data validation specifications
  • Assist with selecting, training, and managing research activities including visit scheduling and reports
  • Support clinical department’s creation of training materials and regulatory documents as needed
  • Support clinical department during audit activities as needed
  • Attend and represent company at relevant meetings, conferences and workshops
  • Provide oversight, support and guidance to strategic partners to ensure study issues are addressed and resolved rapidly
  • Adhere to local, federal, and international regulations, guidelines and company Policies, Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and Work Instructions (WIs).

Qualifications/Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Life Sciences is preferred, although an equivalent combination of education, training & experience will be considered
  • Neurosciences/ CNS drug, device and/ or clinical site experience is preferred but not required
  • Minimum of 2 years of demonstrated experience in clinical research and real-world evidence data collection in industry (can include pharma or device) with sponsors, academic institutions and/or CROs
  • Thorough knowledge of GCP guidelines and applicable FDA and ICH regulations for conducting real world evidence and clinical trials
  • Excellent organizational, analytical, and problem-solving skills with the ability to deliver high quality project management tasks with a sense of urgency, with minimal supervision
  • General computer software aptitude that includes word processing/spreadsheet skills and direct experience with EDC set-up, data-entry, training, and support
  • Adaptability, flexibility, and resourcefulness in a fast-paced working environment
  • Comfortable with on-the-job training/development and evolution of cross functional team interactions as the department and company continue to grow
  • Proficiency in English and excellent communication skills (both verbal and written)
  • Ability to travel periodically (up to 40%) and have a valid driver’s license

Audiology Sales Account Manager, Boston, MA

Cognivue Inc. is a Rochester, NY based startup aiming to elevate the gold standard of cognitive care.

Cognivue® is the world’s first FDA-cleared, computerized test of cognitive function: a risk assessment screening tool that identifies changes in cognitive function that could be indicative of early dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease. A breakthrough in stemming the global epidemic of late-life cognitive decline, Cognivue ® is a quantum leap over decades-old question and answer testing, enabling a rapid and objective solution to measure and monitor brain health, and detect the early signs of dementia.

Responsibilities:

· Professionally and expertly sell a new technology, and change clinicians and physicians behavior through strong value proposition messaging

· Accelerate adoption and increase sales of the Cognivue technology to a

wide customer base

· Meet or exceed sales goals and metrics that are consistent with the position

· Professionalism is required at all times, upholding Cognivue’s core

values, while working in an entrepreneurial and fast-paced environment

Requirements:

· 3-5 years sales experience in the audiology industry

· Bachelor’s degree or Hearing Instrument Specialist Certification along with 3-5 years industry sales experience

· Eager to learn and execute consultative sales strategies

· Relationship driven Closer

· Knowledge of CRM (Salesforce preferred)

· Entrepreneur approach to selling

· Positive attitude!

· Excellent verbal and written communication skills

· Adaptable

· Valid driver’s license & reliable transportation

Join the Cognivue Team and Enjoy:

· Room for Professional Growth and Advancement

· Healthcare Coverage

· 401K

· Bonuses! Contest Money!

· Paid Vacation Time

Best of all: BASE PAY + UNCAPPED COMMISSIONS!

Apply Online

Audiology Sales Account Manager, Chicago, IL

Cognivue Inc. is a Rochester, NY based startup aiming to elevate the gold standard of cognitive care.

Cognivue® is the world’s first FDA-cleared, computerized test of cognitive function: a risk assessment screening tool that identifies changes in cognitive function that could be indicative of early dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease. A breakthrough in stemming the global epidemic of late-life cognitive decline, Cognivue ® is a quantum leap over decades-old question and answer testing, enabling a rapid and objective solution to measure and monitor brain health, and detect the early signs of dementia.

Responsibilities:

· Professionally and expertly sell a new technology, and change clinicians and physicians behavior through strong value proposition messaging

· Accelerate adoption and increase sales of the Cognivue technology to a

wide customer base

· Meet or exceed sales goals and metrics that are consistent with the position

· Professionalism is required at all times, upholding Cognivue’s core

values, while working in an entrepreneurial and fast-paced environment

Requirements:

· 3-5 years sales experience in the audiology industry

· Bachelor’s degree or Hearing Instrument Specialist Certification along with 3-5 years industry sales experience

· Eager to learn and execute consultative sales strategies

· Relationship driven Closer

· Knowledge of CRM (Salesforce preferred)

· Entrepreneur approach to selling

· Positive attitude!

· Excellent verbal and written communication skills

· Adaptable

· Valid driver’s license & reliable transportation

Join the Cognivue Team and Enjoy:

· Room for Professional Growth and Advancement

· Healthcare Coverage

· 401K

· Bonuses! Contest Money!

· Paid Vacation Time

Best of all: BASE PAY + UNCAPPED COMMISSIONS!

Apply Online

Audiology Sales Account Manager, San Francisco Bay Area

Cognivue Inc. is a Rochester, NY based startup aiming to elevate the gold standard of cognitive care.

Cognivue® is the world’s first FDA-cleared, computerized test of cognitive function: a risk assessment screening tool that identifies changes in cognitive function that could be indicative of early dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease. A breakthrough in stemming the global epidemic of late-life cognitive decline, Cognivue ® is a quantum leap over decades-old question and answer testing, enabling a rapid and objective solution to measure and monitor brain health, and detect the early signs of dementia.

Responsibilities:

· Professionally and expertly sell a new technology, and change clinicians and physicians behavior through strong value proposition messaging

· Accelerate adoption and increase sales of the Cognivue technology to a

wide customer base

· Meet or exceed sales goals and metrics that are consistent with the position

· Professionalism is required at all times, upholding Cognivue’s core

values, while working in an entrepreneurial and fast-paced environment

Requirements:

· 3-5 years sales experience in the audiology industry

· Bachelor’s degree or Hearing Instrument Specialist Certification along with 3-5 years industry sales experience

· Eager to learn and execute consultative sales strategies

· Relationship driven Closer

· Knowledge of CRM (Salesforce preferred)

· Entrepreneur approach to selling

· Positive attitude!

· Excellent verbal and written communication skills

· Adaptable

· Valid driver’s license & reliable transportation

Join the Cognivue Team and Enjoy:

· Room for Professional Growth and Advancement

· Healthcare Coverage

· 401K

· Bonuses! Contest Money!

· Paid Vacation Time

Best of all: BASE PAY + UNCAPPED COMMISSIONS!

Apply Online

Audiology Sales Account Manager, New York, NY

Cognivue Inc. is a Rochester, NY based startup aiming to elevate the gold standard of cognitive care.

Cognivue® is the world’s first FDA-cleared, computerized test of cognitive function: a risk assessment screening tool that identifies changes in cognitive function that could be indicative of early dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease. A breakthrough in stemming the global epidemic of late-life cognitive decline, Cognivue ® is a quantum leap over decades-old question and answer testing, enabling a rapid and objective solution to measure and monitor brain health, and detect the early signs of dementia.

Responsibilities:

· Professionally and expertly sell a new technology, and change clinicians and physicians behavior through strong value proposition messaging

· Accelerate adoption and increase sales of the Cognivue technology to a

wide customer base

· Meet or exceed sales goals and metrics that are consistent with the position

· Professionalism is required at all times, upholding Cognivue’s core

values, while working in an entrepreneurial and fast-paced environment

Requirements:

· 3-5 years sales experience in the audiology industry

· Bachelor’s degree or Hearing Instrument Specialist Certification along with 3-5 years industry sales experience

· Eager to learn and execute consultative sales strategies

· Relationship driven Closer

· Knowledge of CRM (Salesforce preferred)

· Entrepreneur approach to selling

· Positive attitude!

· Excellent verbal and written communication skills

· Adaptable

· Valid driver’s license & reliable transportation

Join the Cognivue Team and Enjoy:

· Room for Professional Growth and Advancement

· Healthcare Coverage

· 401K

· Bonuses! Contest Money!

· Paid Vacation Time

Best of all: BASE PAY + UNCAPPED COMMISSIONS!

Apply Online

Audiology Sales Account Manager, Seattle, WA

Cognivue Inc. is a Rochester, NY based startup aiming to elevate the gold standard of cognitive care.

Cognivue® is the world’s first FDA-cleared, computerized test of cognitive function: a risk assessment screening tool that identifies changes in cognitive function that could be indicative of early dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease. A breakthrough in stemming the global epidemic of late-life cognitive decline, Cognivue ® is a quantum leap over decades-old question and answer testing, enabling a rapid and objective solution to measure and monitor brain health, and detect the early signs of dementia.

Responsibilities:

· Professionally and expertly sell a new technology, and change clinicians and physicians behavior through strong value proposition messaging

· Accelerate adoption and increase sales of the Cognivue technology to a

wide customer base

· Meet or exceed sales goals and metrics that are consistent with the position

· Professionalism is required at all times, upholding Cognivue’s core

values, while working in an entrepreneurial and fast-paced environment

Requirements:

· 3-5 years sales experience in the audiology industry

· Bachelor’s degree or Hearing Instrument Specialist Certification along with 3-5 years industry sales experience

· Eager to learn and execute consultative sales strategies

· Relationship driven Closer

· Knowledge of CRM (Salesforce preferred)

· Entrepreneur approach to selling

· Positive attitude!

· Excellent verbal and written communication skills

· Adaptable

· Valid driver’s license & reliable transportation

Join the Cognivue Team and Enjoy:

· Room for Professional Growth and Advancement

· Healthcare Coverage

· 401K

· Bonuses! Contest Money!

· Paid Vacation Time

Best of all: BASE PAY + UNCAPPED COMMISSIONS!

Apply Online

Audiology Sales Account Manager, Portland, OR

Cognivue Inc. is a Rochester, NY based startup aiming to elevate the gold standard of cognitive care.

Cognivue® is the world’s first FDA-cleared, computerized test of cognitive function: a risk assessment screening tool that identifies changes in cognitive function that could be indicative of early dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease. A breakthrough in stemming the global epidemic of late-life cognitive decline, Cognivue ® is a quantum leap over decades-old question and answer testing, enabling a rapid and objective solution to measure and monitor brain health, and detect the early signs of dementia.

Responsibilities:

· Professionally and expertly sell a new technology, and change clinicians and physicians behavior through strong value proposition messaging

· Accelerate adoption and increase sales of the Cognivue technology to a

wide customer base

· Meet or exceed sales goals and metrics that are consistent with the position

· Professionalism is required at all times, upholding Cognivue’s core

values, while working in an entrepreneurial and fast-paced environment

Requirements:

· 3-5 years sales experience in the audiology industry

· Bachelor’s degree or Hearing Instrument Specialist Certification along with 3-5 years industry sales experience

· Eager to learn and execute consultative sales strategies

· Relationship driven Closer

· Knowledge of CRM (Salesforce preferred)

· Entrepreneur approach to selling

· Positive attitude!

· Excellent verbal and written communication skills

· Adaptable

· Valid driver’s license & reliable transportation

Join the Cognivue Team and Enjoy:

· Room for Professional Growth and Advancement

· Healthcare Coverage

· 401K

· Bonuses! Contest Money!

· Paid Vacation Time

Best of all: BASE PAY + UNCAPPED COMMISSIONS!

Apply Online

What I love about Cognivue is the amazing team of people who care about you professionally and personally. Here, you’re not just working for a great company, you’re working for a great cause too.

Melek

The innovation that Cognivue brings to the medical field is incredible and will have a lasting effect on how we handle the aging of our loved ones. I’m excited to be a part of this long-awaited revolution!

Peggy

Testimonials

This is the next step to bringing value to my community by promoting cognitive health and using this device to conduct cognitive screenings.

Amina Abubakar, PharmD, AAHIVP.

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