Vacancy: Project Manager/Business Analyst (RADAR-base)

Who are you?

You are a true team player who can clearly define goals and interact with clients, has strong analytical skills, and can create an inspiring environment for an enthusiastic team of professionals to ensure that those goals are achieved. You love setting out strategies and product roadmaps based on what users need to run innovative studies to foster the great potential of digital biomarkers and remote patient monitoring. You feel comfortable talking to users to find out requirements and help them with the implementation of RADAR-base.

You understand the importance of close collaboration and open and clear communication and you don’t shy away from taking the big decisions that are necessary to keep the team focused on the goal. As project manager/business analyst, you contribute to the bigger vision for the team and facilitate the work of the experts to decide and deliver what they know best. You become the face of the projects and an ambassador who represents RADAR-base and its potential at conferences and meetings.

Who are we?

The Hyve is an international IT company employing data engineers, software engineers, data modelers, and consultants. We are dedicated to delivering solutions that support scientists in life sciences and healthcare R&D using open-source software, open data, and open standards. Our vision is to enhance the quality and impact of biomedical research by providing biomedical informatics solutions, and we believe that open source is the way to do this.

Currently, we are looking for an inspiring project manager/business analyst for the RADAR-base team. The team consists of full-stack software engineers, DevOps, and a sales representative. As part of a thriving open-source community, we work on exciting research projects with top-notch universities and global industry leaders to facilitate the uptake of digital health technology.

RADAR-base allows study participants to share their health data with clinicians and researchers in a secure way. RADAR-base is an open-source platform used for horizontally-scalable remote data collection. The main function of the platform is to provide modular tools for the integration of data streams from various sources (i.e., wearables, phones, apps, IoT, etc.) and to collect in real-time, process, store, manage, and share the data with researchers.

Your responsibilities

  • Create an inspiring environment and be the content lead for projects.

  • Lead communications with clients and other stakeholders to understand their needs and manage expectations.

  • Keep an overview of running projects.

  • Elicit requirements, document use cases, and lead discussion over the use of RADAR-base.

  • Oversee operations on a day-to-day basis.

  • Monitor progress and success of a project on time and on budget.

  • Address and solve impediments.

  • Be the face of the product during conferences and meetings.

  • Work with the team to help set out strategy, market research, market fit, and customer groups.

  • Be able to work both independently on a task and in a team on a project.

Must have

  • Education: MSc in computer science, neuroscience, or life science-related topics

  • Affinity with Digital Health Innovations, Research, and Patient Engagement

  • Demonstrable Project Management skills and business analysis skills

  • Experience (1-3 years) as a business analyst or project manager in software development projects

  • A strong willingness to take on challenges and an eagerness to learn

  • Great communication skills in English

  • An affinity with what we try to achieve at The Hyve: improving the world by providing biomedical scientists with excellent tools for managing their data

  • Willingness to move to The Netherlands (for applicants currently residing overseas)

Nice to have

  • Understanding of Healthcare ecosystems and a strong interest in digital technologies

  • Entrepreneurial attitude (preferably with demonstrable experience)

  • Extensive network in the pharmaceutical industry and academia

  • Affinity with:
    • Digital Health Innovations

    • Research

    • Patient engagement

We offer

  • Between 32-hour and 40-hour workweeks

  • A competitive salary and profit-sharing plans

  • A Personal Development Budget to encourage your personal and professional development

  • Travel allowance and a pension

  • A great workplace close to Utrecht Central Station (Utrecht, The Netherlands) with entertainment facilities such as a table football and a piano

  • Frequent team-building activities such as board games, city trips, karaoke nights, and outdoor sports

  • Opportunity to work with renowned research institutes worldwide

  • Opportunity to work with research departments of most of the top 10 pharma companies

For more information, please contact:

Sifra van Haaften, Talent Coach,

How to apply?

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