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Research Associates

We're looking for Research Associates to manage our growing portfolio of product implementations and tests in field for advanced biomonitoring technology.

This is your opportunity to join a dynamic, fast-growing team building cutting-edge digital health technology. Sound like something you could get behind?

Keenly Health is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace dedicated to pursuing and hiring a diverse workforce.


Who You Aspire to be

Even though our job description may seem like we are looking for a candidate with a very specific skill set, the role will be tailored to the person who applies and joins. We have targets we will expect you to hit, but there is plenty of room to get creative. We encourage you to apply if the statements below align with your personal and professional goals...

  • You are motivated by helping execute a rigorous product validation strategy,developing key insights and capabilities, and collaborating across the company to reach shared goals.
  • You are passionate about growing and optimizing a technology’s impact on health and wellness, and understanding the processes that affect it, such as technology performance, usability and uptake, use case scenarios, and value-based care.
  • You are driven to help a high-performing science-development engine and are eager to gain expertise in data collection.

You're resourceful and adept at managing project tasks. You have experience working in small teams and effectively collaborating with roles such as nurses and physicians, engineers, and professors, to empower the science-dev team members to execute projects.

You're motivated to always keep learning and experimenting. You'll be responsible for rolling out pilots in elder care settings as well as conducting internal technology evaluations. It if interests you, you can also work to develop new clinical applications.

You'll be working alongside product managers, clinical integration and success managers, engineers, and data analysts. You don't need to be an expert in those things, but you should take an interest in their roles and what they bring to the table.

You will work independently yet collaboratively, and will travel to clinical sites. Reliable transportation preferred.

You value attention to detail, but also visions and missions. At Keenly Health, your work will have a disproportionate impact on the business.

You’re excited about working with people of different ages and capabilities. Getting in front of strangers may generate some anxiety, but is never a showstopper for you. This exposure will allow you to inform product roadmaps and benefits to patients, providers and care delivery.

You're an effective data manager and communicator. You'll use written summaries and reports to communicate findings, and inform strategic plans of the science-development and full team. Translating data into a meaningful story is an art and we encourage creativity alongside best practices and standards.

Things you might do

Keenly Health is a small, fast-growing company with global aspirations, so you'll likely get experience on many different projects across the organization. That said, here are some things you'll probably do in your day to day:

  • Execute and own implementation and validation projects in clinic, community and the lab. You will coordinate activities and people in order to collect necessary data.
  • Collaborate with the executive team and product managers to build the long-term vision and execute effective short-term plans validating a revolutionary health technology.
  • Measure and report results of product implementations and tests.
  • Help organize and train an effective a team of analytic minds whose work is exceptional and who are used to plugging holes.
  • Collaborate, on a weekly cadence, with a mix of people to execute business, scientific and technology development goals.
  • Contribute ideas and improvements that may be well-established but new to the team, or novel in every respect to drive technology performance and impact.
Contact If you are excited about the role and opportunity to work on an early technology, then reach out to Chantal Kerssens, PhD: