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Junior 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 motivated software engineers (2) 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

Senior Accountant

Cognivue, Inc. is a Rochester, NY-based startup aiming to change the standard of care to routine cognitive function screening, to allow for early intervention and proper management as well as eliminate uncertainty about cognitive function.

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.

The Senior Accountant is a key member of the accounting team. We are looking for a candidate who is an independent self-starter and detail-oriented, with a positive attitude and strong work ethic. We are looking for a candidate who is based in Rochester, NY.

What you’ll be doing:

  • Work closely with Sales to process daily billings, ensuring accuracy of data flow between SaaSOptics and QuickBooks Online.
  • Manage tracking of shipped and returned inventory.
  • Facilitate semi-annual physical inventory counts.
  • Monitor customer accounts for late-payments and make collection calls to ensure timely payment.
  • Inputs Accounts Payable vendor bills with proper departmental costing.
  • Generate bi-weekly accounts payable aging report and propose payout schedule.
  • Handle internal expense reporting review, compliance, and processing within ExpenseWire.
  • Manage sales commission calculations on a monthly basis.
  • Drive the month-end close activities including journal entries, balance sheet reconciliations, revenue reconciliations, account analyses, and researching of account discrepancies.
  • Monitor daily cash by categorizing and matching cleared online bank transactions and recording customers checks received.
  • Support and play a key role in overseeing sales tax reporting and ensuring the Company is current with state registrations and various filings.
  • Process vendor 1099’s on an annual basis.
  • Perform other accounting and administrative duties as required. We are a small group and work collaboratively to support all departments.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s in accounting, finance, or related field
  • 4+ years experience in accounting, finance, or related function
  • Previous experience working with QuickBooks Online or comparable ERP systems.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office, especially Excel (vlookups, pivot tables, etc.)
  • Team player who can work collaboratively to support overall departmental and company goals.
  • Ability to handle and manage multiple priorities.
  • Excellent problem-solving and communication skills.

Nice to haves:

  • Hands-on experience with SaaSOptics, ExpenseWire, and/or SOS Inventory.
  • Experience with a subscription-based business model.

Join the Cognivue Team and Enjoy:

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

Vice President of Clinical and Medical Affairs / Chief Medical Officer

COGNIVUE is a leading CNS medical device company with the world’s first FDA-cleared device to test cognitive function. Cognivue objectively, quantitatively, and reliably identifies changes in cognitive function that could be indicative of an impairment that you may optimally treat or manage.

We are seeking a Vice President of Clinical & Medical Affairs / Chief Medical Officer to join its executive team, reporting to the President/CEO. This individual must be a dynamic, entrepreneurial physician who is passionate about bringing new technology into the healthcare market. To be effective in this role, the Vice President of Clinical & Medical Affairs/Chief Medical Officer needs to leverage their clinical and industry experience to advance innovation, develop clinical strategy and champion this patient application in business development opportunities. The Vice President of Clinical & Medical Affairs/Chief Medical Officer will have superior judgment, excellent communication skills, demonstrated leadership with the ability to mentor, a high level of creativity, willing and able to be “hands on”, and the ability to thrive in a highly collaborative startup environment.

Key Responsibilities include

· Direct the COGNIVUE medical interactions in development and marketing, with a strong emphasis on clinical validation across key clinical channels.

· Liaise with new product development, ensuring that clinical trials and regulatory submissions are performed to the highest medical standards.

· Work closely with COGNIVUE staff and department directors to ensure that the highest standards of clinical outcome are maintained.

· Author and publish manuscripts in peer-reviewed journals

· Take part in forums on cognitive health and function.

· Participate in development of clinical paradigms to establish best clinical outcomes for COGNIVUE products.

· Influence and educate Key Opinion leaders on benefits of COGNIVUE products.

· Provide high levels of support to marketing of COGNIVUE products and technology.

· Develop market opportunities for COGNIVUE products by identifying new clinical indications for COGNIVUE products.

· Lead COGNIVUE clinical consultant activities.

· Provide ethical and responsible clinical advice pertaining to COGNIVUE products, their use and interpretation both generally and specifically.

· Assist medical practitioners and researchers in the use of COGNIVUE products and in preparation of data-driven publications/presentations where requested.

· Responsible for facilitating and coordinating KOL alignment activities, including clinical program development, resources, planning and KOL related business development.

· Represent COGNIVUE in a broad arena of clinical fields: at key clinical international conferences, with major customer presentations, with Regulatory and Government bodies; both presenting and responding to presentations, actively questioning and engaging the clinical community, and addressing objections.

· Ensure communication between medical and other departments is coordinated to provide efficient and effective product quality.

· In-depth clinical and medical understanding of the COGNIVUE technology and the ability to speak fluently about it.

· Manage facilitation of COGNIVUE grant programs and continuously vet new prospective grant opportunities.

· Maintain awareness of all COGNIVUE’S trademarks and patents.

· Developing and managing annual departmental budget.

Specific Qualifications and Experience Required:

Minimum Qualifications

· MD and/or PhD degree required, preferably with Neurology and/or Neuroscience formal training.

· 3-5 years medical experience in neurology/neuroscience/cognitive health.

· 3-5 years Industry experience

· Good standing in the medical community commensurate with an experienced thought and research leader.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

· Sound knowledge of cognitive health including dementia, Alzheimer’s, concussion protocol, etc.

· Extensive experience in building and delivering presentations in medical and scientific forums.

· Extensive experience in organizing and conducting clinical trials.

· Experience in collaborating with regulatory submissions.

· Experience with a diverse team of healthcare professionals including, but not limited to, hospital medical staff, managed care organizations, and continuous quality improvement activities preferred.

· Requires extensive reading, written and verbal communication, presentation, financial/statistical analysis, and use of computer systems and software. Experience with RedCap Cloud is advantageous.

· Proven skills as an effective team player who exudes credibility and confidence both internally and externally.

· Must have a results-oriented work ethic and a positive, can-do attitude.

· Willing to accept constructive criticism and improve work output and performance (“coachable”)

· Able to travel up to 40%, with the ability to visit medical facilities. The role may be located anywhere in the United States as working virtually is an option.

Lead Development Representative

Cognivue is the world’s first FDA-cleared, computer-based solution for primary care physicians to routinely measure and monitor your brain health and detect early signs of impairment. 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.

The LDR will become an inbound lead specialist. We need someone who is ready to get on the phones and have conversations with customers, handle hot inbound leads with precision, and be able to tactically manage and organize them. We have a best in class training program, customer service team, and marketing resources at your fingertips helping assist in the process of handling customer inquiries, closing deals, and appropriately organizing leads. Ongoing coaching and development by all levels of management help ensure you have everything you need to be successful.

Core responsibilities include:

• Acts as a central receptor to 3rd party/telemarketing, lead generation transition catalyst

• Transition activity includes hot customer transfer from 3rd Party lead providers

• Advance Sales engagement on qualified leads using selling stage script

• Share and review marketing and sales content with key stakeholders

• Scheduling of product demonstration with customers and territory Account Managers

• Post demo email/call follow up with customer

• Post demo coordination of Q&A with advisory panel and/or Cognivue marketing

• Tracking and reporting on the following

• 3rd Party Lead Providers activity and lead generation trends

• Conversion tracking of leads (Key Performance Indicators reporting)

• Short customer survey on win/loss decision

• Facilitation of accurate name and address updates to Cognivue Salesforce.com

• High Rated leads, immediate call back and quick response to customer inquiries

• Able to close deals on hot high-rated leads incoming that are interested in moving forward immediately.

Requirements:

· Associates Degree and 3 years of related experience

· Bachelors degree a plus

· Eager to Learn and execute consultative sales strategies

· Read people, aggressively close where able, and tactically passive where appropriate

· Knowledge of CRM (Salesforce preferred)

· Organizational Skills

· Proficiency with technology is a must

· Proficiency with Microsoft Office

· Able to coordinate with larger sales and marketing team

· Positive attitude!

· Good verbal and written communication

· Adaptability

· Must be open to “on-call” hours on week nights for hot inbound leads 5-9PM EST (Responsibility will be shared with another LDR/Marketing)

Join the Cognivue Team and Enjoy:

· Competitive salary

· Health benefits

· 401k program

· Generous paid time off

· Flexible work environment

· Room for professional growth and advancement

· Best of all: BASE PAY + UNCAPPED COMMISSIONS!

Clinical Research Assistant

Cognivue is a leading CNS medical device company with the world’s first FDA-cleared device to test cognitive function. Cognivue objectively, quantitatively, and reliably identifies changes in cognitive function that could be indicative of an impairment that you may optimally treat or manage. It’s personalized, consistent, and reliable. We are now seeking a detail-oriented, thorough, and organized clinical research assistant to join our growing clinical/medical affairs team. In this position, you will play a key role in planning, initiating, and monitoring clinical trials to ensure compliance with procedures and protocols. You will document your findings, assist in recording research from trials, organize large amounts of data and be a conduit between Clinical Affairs and Medical Affairs, as a cross-functional team member.

This role is remote – East Coast preferred.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Helping the CMO and colleagues in the department with planning, preparing, initiating, and monitoring clinical studies and interacting with PI’s and clinical site staff to ensure the integrity of studies/ research.
  • Ensure compliance with all clinical study & research protocols
  • Using an EDC, capture clinical research data and input it into EDC system(s) accordingly.
  • Accurately transfer data from paper formats via computer, recorders, or scanners into EDC system(s) accordingly.
  • Organize and meticulously maintain spreadsheets containing large amounts of protected information.
  • Oversee clinical site activities, both remote and in person.
  • Prepare correspondence, documentation, and/ or presentation materials on findings.
  • Draft informed consent forms for studies/ research.
  • Audit active studies/ research as requested.
  • Support regulatory and medical teams in preparing documents for research activities/ studies, study implementation, and study submissions

Requirements and Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a life science, psychology, or related field, or RN in CNS practices
  • Certified Clinical Research Coordinator or Associate
  • Prior experience managing and executing multiple research responsibilities
  • Proficient computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite and strong working knowledge of EDC systems
  • Self-directed and can work independently , as well as a team player who can work collectively as part of a cross-functional team
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to multitask, prioritize, and manage time efficiently
  • Willing to travel up to 30%

Audiology Sales Account Manager, San Francisco Bay Area

If you are an assertive, competitive, and “enough is never enough” medical device sales professional… if you thrive in a fast-paced “start-up” work environment driving adoption of a new FDA-cleared, first-of-its-kind device, please keep reading…

Cognivue Inc. is a Rochester, NY based startup aiming to change the standard of care to routine cognitive function screening, to allow for early intervention and proper management as well as eliminate uncertainty about cognitive function.

Our Audiology Sales Account Managers are our first line of contact for our Audiology and ENT customers. We are seeking professionals who have experience in the hearing health industry. Cognivue offers outstanding clinical support, customer service, and marketing resources at your fingertips helping assist in the sales process. Ongoing coaching and development by all levels of management is provided to ensure you have everything you need to be successful including a focused use orientation program.

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 or have been an Audiologist or combination of both
  • 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

If you are an assertive, competitive, and “enough is never enough” medical device sales professional… if you thrive in a fast-paced “start-up” work environment driving adoption of a new FDA-cleared, first-of-its-kind device, please keep reading…

Cognivue Inc. is a Rochester, NY based startup aiming to change the standard of care to routine cognitive function screening, to allow for early intervention and proper management as well as eliminate uncertainty about cognitive function.

Our Audiology Sales Account Managers are our first line of contact for our Audiology and ENT customers. We are seeking professionals who have experience in the hearing health industry. Cognivue offers outstanding clinical support, customer service, and marketing resources at your fingertips helping assist in the sales process. Ongoing coaching and development by all levels of management is provided to ensure you have everything you need to be successful including a focused use orientation program.

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 or have been an Audiologist or combination of both
  • 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

If you are an assertive, competitive, and “enough is never enough” medical device sales professional… if you thrive in a fast-paced “start-up” work environment driving adoption of a new FDA-cleared, first-of-its-kind device, please keep reading…

Cognivue Inc. is a Rochester, NY based startup aiming to change the standard of care to routine cognitive function screening, to allow for early intervention and proper management as well as eliminate uncertainty about cognitive function.

Our Audiology Sales Account Managers are our first line of contact for our Audiology and ENT customers. We are seeking professionals who have experience in the hearing health industry. Cognivue offers outstanding clinical support, customer service, and marketing resources at your fingertips helping assist in the sales process. Ongoing coaching and development by all levels of management is provided to ensure you have everything you need to be successful including a focused use orientation program.

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 or have been an Audiologist or combination of both
  • 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

If you are an assertive, competitive, and “enough is never enough” medical device sales professional… if you thrive in a fast-paced “start-up” work environment driving adoption of a new FDA-cleared, first-of-its-kind device, please keep reading…

Cognivue Inc. is a Rochester, NY based startup aiming to change the standard of care to routine cognitive function screening, to allow for early intervention and proper management as well as eliminate uncertainty about cognitive function.

Our Audiology Sales Account Managers are our first line of contact for our Audiology and ENT customers. We are seeking professionals who have experience in the hearing health industry. Cognivue offers outstanding clinical support, customer service, and marketing resources at your fingertips helping assist in the sales process. Ongoing coaching and development by all levels of management is provided to ensure you have everything you need to be successful including a focused use orientation program.

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 or have been an Audiologist or combination of both
  • 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, Philadelphia, PA

If you are an assertive, competitive, and “enough is never enough” medical device sales professional… if you thrive in a fast-paced “start-up” work environment driving adoption of a new FDA-cleared, first-of-its-kind device, please keep reading…

Cognivue Inc. is a Rochester, NY based startup aiming to change the standard of care to routine cognitive function screening, to allow for early intervention and proper management as well as eliminate uncertainty about cognitive function.

Our Audiology Sales Account Managers are our first line of contact for our Audiology and ENT customers. We are seeking professionals who have experience in the hearing health industry. Cognivue offers outstanding clinical support, customer service, and marketing resources at your fingertips helping assist in the sales process. Ongoing coaching and development by all levels of management is provided to ensure you have everything you need to be successful including a focused use orientation program.

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 or have been an Audiologist or combination of both
  • 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

If you are an assertive, competitive, and “enough is never enough” medical device sales professional… if you thrive in a fast-paced “start-up” work environment driving adoption of a new FDA-cleared, first-of-its-kind device, please keep reading…

Cognivue Inc. is a Rochester, NY based startup aiming to change the standard of care to routine cognitive function screening, to allow for early intervention and proper management as well as eliminate uncertainty about cognitive function.

Our Audiology Sales Account Managers are our first line of contact for our Audiology and ENT customers. We are seeking professionals who have experience in the hearing health industry. Cognivue offers outstanding clinical support, customer service, and marketing resources at your fingertips helping assist in the sales process. Ongoing coaching and development by all levels of management is provided to ensure you have everything you need to be successful including a focused use orientation program.

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 or have been an Audiologist or combination of both
  • 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

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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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