Purpose: Lead and manage the execution of clinical studies within Owlet
About Owlet: At Owlet, we are making a real difference in the lives of parents and their infants everyday through cutting-edge technology on the forefront of wearable tech, internet-of-things, and big data. Owlet Baby Care is the award-winning startup that transformed the baby industry in 2015 with its first-of-its-kind Smart Sock baby monitor. After creating its own category within infant health, Owlet became widely recognized by top tech experts, Pediatricians and over one million parents using the product as a solution to keeping their babies safe and happy through technology.
We are looking to grow Owlet’s Clinical Research Department by adding a Clinical Program Manager. Owlet’s Clinical Research Department intends to demonstrate clinical and economic advantages of using Owlet’s products as continuous monitoring devices from Pregnancy to the first 5 years of a child’s life - from reinforcing safe sleep habits and improving parental experience to understanding better infant health.
The ideal candidate will have a strong background in clinical research and be interested in building a career in biotech. A successful candidate will be a motivated self-starter, with a positive attitude and effective communication skills who thrives in a fast paced environment and has the ability to adapt to change quickly.The candidate will be aligned with the six fundamental pillars of Owlet’s culture: 1) Ownership, 2) Solutions Oriented, 3) Collaboration, and 4) Passion, 5) Courage to Speak Truth, 6) Humility.
Required Skills and Experience:
Education: BS or equivalent, in a biomedical, life science or related field of study
Owlet employees participate in quarterly evaluations that include:
Owlet Baby Care, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, protected veteran status, disability status, or any other characteristic protected by law.