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About Brain Power

Brain Power, LLC, is a mission-based neuroscience tech startup headquartered in Cambridge, MA, with strong ties to MIT, Harvard, and Stanford. We make gamified, AI-based wearable systems to help assess and coach people with brain-related challenges. 

Our flagship product suite, for Autism, includes apps that help children (or adults) learn what other people are feeling; deliver videogame-like coaching on face-directed gaze; tutor reading and conversation skills; help users reduce repetitive motor behaviors and underlying stress; give teachers and parents numerical progress reports; and much more. We have successful customers living in 10 countries, and in schools in the US. 

Our systems run on smartglasses such as Google Glass or competing headsets from Epson, Intel, and others. (Note: Google (X) recently released the third version of Glass. Brain Power is one of their few partners (listed here), allowing us to resell the device and access many resources specially for partners.)

We also have developed apps that address needs related to traumatic brain injury, job (re-)training, job coaching, eldercare, and objective measurement of behavior in support of clinical trials. Our overall aim, that binds these together, is to unlock the potential of the challenged brain. We are a truly and deeply mission-focused company.  

If you are are passionate, sharp, and have the skills and aptitude we need, there is a place for you at Brain Power!

Join our Mission; join our Team!

Our Culture

At Brain Power, we are passionate about improving the world, treating each other with respect, and working very hard to bring our mission to reality. We focus on high-tech, science-based products, yet we believe that the human-human interactions they foster are where the magic happens. We also practice what we believe, for instance by employing people on the autism spectrum. You will work closely with the Brain Power founder and core staff, in teams and individually, in our well-equipped, windowline office space overlooking Boston and Cambridge. You will work on products that will be rapidly put into use by children and adults who can benefit.

Work in a fast-moving, award-winning startup company, take on big projects, and see children smiling in new ways at their parents because of your code or other work!

Accolades

We have been covered by over 250 press outlets; we have won over a dozen awards for science, business, and humanitarian work; we employ people with autism; we fill our Team with some of the brightest and most passionate minds; we have won multiple U.S. federal grants; we have performed clinical trials and published a dozen+ scientific papers; our alumni often go on to jobs at Google, Dropbox, Facebook etc.; our staff of PhD scientists, doctors, engineers, artists and more have worked tirelessly for years to build products that help children and adults; we have partnerships with Google, Amazon, Affectiva; and MIT, Harvard, Massachusetts General Hospital, Stanford, and more.

Our Offices

Our headquarters office is in Cambridge, MA, at the center of the tech ecosystem of the east coast. We are nearly on the MIT campus and surrounded by companies like Alphabet / Google, Facebook, Microsoft, as well as major biotech and pharma companies.

Our building is extremely fun and dynamic, and is a hotbed of fast-growing companies. The kitchen on each floor has abundant food, coffee, teas, soda, cookies, ice cream sandwiches, fresh fruit, cereals, and other food all the time (yup, 24/7!), a fantastic vibe, happy/social hour events, and funky workspaces with cool views.  

Perks and Benefits:

  • Mission-driven company and passionate team
  • Fast-paced work environment – Never boring
  • Award-winning, market-accepted product
  • Competitive salary
  • Health insurance: medical, dental, and vision
  • 401(k)
  • Opportunities to grow, and to advance your career
  • Mentorship including from acclaimed scientists
  • Be at the cutting edge of several revolutions::   Augmented reality   •   Artificial intelligence   •   Neurotechnology   •   Human Brain Research   •   Machine Learning   •   Big Data   •   Cloud Computing   •   Wearable Computers   •   Gamification   •   Mobile/Remote Health   •   Digital Medicine (software as therapy)   •   Assistive Devices   •   The Future of Work   •   Behavioral Analysis and Intervention   •   Neurodiversity   •   Educational Technology   •   Serious Games   •  
  • Meet the children (& adults) you are serving
  • Professionally-run Scrum team for software development
  • Opportunities to author peer-reviewed scientific papers
  • Nearby or on-site gym, yoga, and massage facilities
  • Access to Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC) co-working office spaces in Cambridge, Boston, Philly, Miami, St. Louis, Providence, Rotterdam, Tokyo, and 40 more cities to come.
  • Fully stocked kitchens w free food, coffee, & drinks 24/7
  • Located immediately above the subway train (Kendall Square, on the Red Line)
  • High floor with great views
  • Parking garages nearby 
  • World-class opportunities for networking & career development  
  • Professional photo/video equipment and editing software
  • Happy hours, trivia, field trips and outings, and a friendly vibe
  • Frequent tech talks and coding/hacking/VR meetups in the same building, or across the street at MIT
  • Neuro-diverse workplace and colleagues
  • Ability to witness and help run clinical trials.
  • Deep connections with MIT, Harvard, Mass. General Hospital, Stanford;  and Google, Amazon / AWS, and Affectiva. Immerse yourself in ideas and foster collaborations! 

Our positions

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Engineering and Technical

VP Engineering

Brain Power is actively seeking a Vice President of Engineering with exceptional experience and success in designing software architectures, implementing CI/CD, and leading a team of developers. 

Your responsibilities will include continually improving the architecture of complex production code, managing the continuous integration and deployment cycle, managing and mentoring the development team (including interns, mostly from MIT), contemplating emerging trends in software development and how Brain Power’s mission can benefit from them, and attending conferences and professional development courses.

Brain Power’s engineering team practices Agile/Scrum. You will manage a team that translates validated customer requirements and solves technical challenges related to a novel wearable educational device and associated apps (wearable and mobile) for students with autism.

At Brain Power, you will be doing work that really matters: your code will have a real and tangible impact on children and adults on the autism spectrum – to empower them to climb toward self-sufficiency.

About You:  (ordered approximately by importance)

  • You love complex problem solving and always embrace a challenge
  • You have developed and released native applications for mobile / wearables, and/or web
  • 5+ years coding experience in 2 or more companies
  • Experience on 2+ Scrum teams
  • Expertise in Scrum/Agile
  • Startup mentality. Ability to thrive in, and lead, a small team
  • Your ability to optimize our codebase spans from low-level code efficiency to high-level architectural choice and even product feature choice
  • You have a desire to mentor others
  • Strong Expertise with the SDLC and an understanding of the DevOps, release, and build process
  • Skilled in implementing and maintaining continuous deployment practices
  • Exceptional organizational, multi-tasking, detail-orientation, and project completion skills
  • Expertise in C++, Java, Ruby, or other Object-Oriented programming languages
  • Strong grasp of Object Oriented design principles
  • Expertise in Git and GitHub
  • Expertise in Android development  
  • Cross-platform and cross-device support and responsive code
  • Expertise in device and network connectivity
  • Skilled with using RESTful APIs to integrate mobile applications to server side systems
  • Familiarity with mobile or wearable apps that use computationally intensive AI and CV components
  • Expertise in code that interacts with mobile/wearable device sensors and device-specific features
  • Familiarity with developing for AR or VR

Responsibilities:

  • Initially, learn the current architecture, chosen stacks/platforms, and roadmap of our current and future products
  • Improve the architecture and high-level organization of our product and its major components
  • Manage the software development team
  • Mentor young developers. Mentor interns. 
  • Travel to conferences and learn the newest development trends and methods
  • Mentor team members to efficiently translate design specifications into functional software
  • Contribute actively to the codebase wherever there is the greatest need
  • Help maintain code quality, organization, and automatization
  • Collaborate with the rest of the engineering team to design and launch new features
  • Assure that team members document their work well
  • Maintain an ongoing architecture diagram at several levels of abstraction, for interaction with management
  • Contemplate limitations and strengths of hardware and software platforms we use, to invent new solutions and refine current ones
  • Assure that our apps efficiently use common modules and patterns, and have a common look-and-feel
  • Help improve our continuous build and release process focusing on scale and efficiency
  • Participate and give feedback in design and code reviews with other developers

For benefits, perks, and an overview of Brain Power, please refer back to Brain-Power.com/Jobs

Brain Power is proud to be an Equal Opportunity employer. If you’re ready to join the team at Brain Power as our VP of Engineering, please fill out the application below. Best of luck!

 

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Full-stack Web Engineer + AWS

Brain Power is actively seeking a talented Full-Stack Web Engineer with AWS Expertise, to expand and maintain our web-based analytics dashboards that provide progress data to children, parents, therapists, and researchers. Contribute to impactful work and see the benefits directly. You will have the opportunity to attend relevant training sessions and events to bolster your skills. You will also have a host of perks, as outlined at the top of this page!     

Responsibilities:

  • Design overall architecture of the web application.
  • Maintain quality and ensure responsiveness of applications.
  • Collaborate with the rest of the engineering team to design and launch new features.
  • Maintain code integrity and organization.
  • Document your work. Represent your code graphically for strategy meetings.
  • Understanding and implementation of security and data protection

Required Background:

  • Passion!
  • At least 3 years of web server development experience, and/or experience building client-side web applications
  • Knowledge of, or practical experience with, AngularJS, Backbone.js or comparable MVC Javascript framework
  • Knowledge of relational database dialects (MySQL, SQLite, PostgreSQL) or similar DB management systems
  • Experience with cloud deployment services (AWS, GCP, Azure, Heroku)
  • Particular experience with AWS, especially newer products such as AI and machine learning products
  • Solid understanding of UI/UX design and implementation, with emphasis on maximum usability and mobile-first responsive design
  • Extensive experience with standard front-end web technologies HTML, CSS, jQuery, JSON, AJAX.
  • Extensive experience with API design and deep understanding of RESTful principles, with emphasis on engineering scalable, simple server-side applications
  • Experience working in Linux server environments
  • Experience with Saas/LESS CSS preprocessor
  • Familiarity with version control systems (Git, SVN, etc)
  • Startup mentality

Brain Power is an equal opportunity employer.

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UX Designer

Brain Power is actively seeking a UX Designer with excellent skills in modern design and UX for web apps and mobile/wearable apps.

Preferably, your mobile design experience will include “serious games” or educational games. Preferably, your web app experience will include information or portal type applications, such as a hospital information systems or financial/analytics dashboard type web apps. (These are similar to the types of UX design projects you will have an opportunity to shape at Brain Power.)

Your daily work will include designing, wireframing, presenting, and iterating user flows and user interfaces. You will collaborate closely with our Engineering team and our Product Management team. We have both a Design scrum and an Engineering scrum even though we are a small team, so you will have a well-managed and disciplined software development pipeline to integrate with. Yet, you will be our only full-time UX engineer and will have a lot of ability to shape our award-winning and humanitarian product. You will be translating validated customer requirements into refinements to the UX of our novel suite of mobile and wearable apps for students with autism, and web-based data dashboard system that allows their teachers to monitor their progress.

Therefore, at Brain Power, you will be doing work that really matters: your designs will have a real and tangible impact on children and adults on the autism spectrum – to empower them to climb toward self-sufficiency, and to streamline and assist the duties of their teachers.

About You:

  • You are passionate about design and eager to make a difference
  • You are willing to learn continuously, and will be happy to interface directly with customers/users to be sure you feel their needs tangibly
  • You are skilled at market UI/UX research
  • You are an expert in UX principles, trends, and best-practices
  • You have developed or significantly contributed to commercially successful web portals and/or mobile games
  • 5-7 years experience in 2 or more companies
  • Startup mentality, and ability to thrive in a small team
  • Skilled in generating designs and final mock-ups that Engineers can build without rounds of questions
  • Expertise in UX best-practices for different devices and platforms and customer demographics.
  • Comfortable interfacing with all stakeholders in a software design and development process
  • Deadline-oriented
  • Exceptional organizational, multi-tasking, and project completion skills
  • Strong attention to detail, as well as to the gestalt
  • Will stay till the job is done
  • Preferably, experience in designing software for the school market

Responsibilities:

  • Create functional and appealing software designs
  • Combine artistic talent with product and marketing research
  • Work with Product Management to refine designs and secure final approval for release to Engineering
  • Work with customers directly (school administrators and teachers) to understand their constraints, needs, pains, familiar software designs, and goals for our product.
  • Work with users directly (autistic children, as well as their teachers) to understand their constraints, needs, pains, familiar software designs, and goals for our product.
  • Work directly with the CEO/Founder to learn the neuroscience / psychology driving the wearable and mobile app components of our product, and the overall vision of the mobile, wearable, web, and instruction components of our product suite. 
  • Collaborate closely with the Engineering team
  • Refine and support the Brain Power style guide(s) – global and platform-specific
  • Create wireframes that Product Management can review and give feedback.
  • Convert approved wireframes to finalized graphic designs ready to become code
  • Document your work well
  • Represent your work graphically for scrum meetings; and for demos to the team after every sprint
  • Participate and give feedback in design reviews with other team members

For benefits, perks, and an overview of Brain Power, please refer back to Brain-Power.com/Jobs

Brain Power is proud to be an Equal Opportunity employer. We care deeply about diversity and inclusivity. We seek talented teammates from a wide variety of backgrounds, experiences, and/or personal identities who are equally committed to cultivating a work environment of respect and kindness.

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Senior Game Designer

Brain Power is actively seeking a Senior Game Designer with deep skills in design/UX for games as well as some experience in coding games. Preferably, your experience will be in games for mobile, and in “serious games” or educational games. Your daily work will include designing, wireframing, explaining, focus-group-testing, and full-graphics mocking up our psychology-informed games. You will be on a scrum team. You will be translating validated customer requirements and solving technical challenges related to a novel suite of mobile and wearable apps for students with autism.

At Brain Power, you will be doing work that really matters: your code will have a real and tangible impact on children and adults on the autism spectrum – to empower them to climb toward self-sufficiency.

About You:

  • You love problem solving and always embrace a challenge
  • You have developed or significantly contributed to commercially successful games
  • 5-7 years coding experience in 2 or more companies
  • Experience on 2+ Scrum teams
  • Expertise in Scrum/Agile
  • Startup mentality, and ability to thrive in a small team
  • Deep expertise in game design principles and UX
  • Deep expertise in game coding and game engines
  • Expert-level skills with Unity3D
  • Expertise in C#
  • Expertise in code that interacts with mobile/wearable device sensors and device-specific features
  • Strong grasp of Object Oriented design principles and implementation skills
  • Skilled in implementing and maintaining continuous deployment practices
  • Skilled with modern build and deployment pipelines
  • Cross-platform and cross-device support and responsive code
  • Experience with the SDLC and an understanding of the DevOps, release, and build process
  • Expertise in Git and GitHub
  • Exceptional organizational, multi-tasking, and project completion skills
  • Strong attention to detail and correctness in code and communication
  • Preferably, expertise in VR/AR development
  • Preferably, expertise in ARKit and/or ARCore

Responsibilities:

  • Implement software functionality as per communicated design
  • Translate design specifications into functional software
  • Maintain quality and ensure responsiveness of applications
  • Help maintain code quality, organization, and automation
  • Collaborate closely with the rest of the engineering team
  • Convert graphic designs and wireframes to modular elements in code
  • Document your work well
  • Represent your code graphically for daily scrum meetings
  • Fix bugs and optimize existing features
  • Interface your code with our APIs, web app, and overall platform architecture
  • Help improve our continuous build and release process focusing on scale and efficiency
  • Participate and give feedback in design and code reviews with other developers

For benefits, perks, and an overview of Brain Power, please refer back to Brain-Power.com/Jobs

We care deeply about diversity and inclusivity. We seek talented teammates from a wide variety of backgrounds and experiences who are equally committed to cultivating a work environment of respect and kindness. Brain Power is proud to be an Equal Opportunity employer. If you’re ready to join the team at Brain Power as a Senior Software Engineer, please fill out the application below. Best of luck!

 

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Senior Mobile Application Developer (with Android expertise)

Brain Power is actively seeking a Senior Mobile Application Developer with exceptional experience and success in coding and supporting mobile applications. Importantly, the successful candidate will have excellent native Android app skills including demonstrated low-level and code-optimization talents.

Your daily work will include designing, writing, testing, reviewing, debugging, deploying, and maintaining the functionality of the code. You will work on a scrum team. You will be translating validated customer requirements and solving technical challenges related to a novel wearable educational device and associated apps (wearable and mobile) for students with autism.

At Brain Power, you will be doing work that really matters: your code will have a real and tangible impact on children and adults on the autism spectrum – to empower them to climb toward self-sufficiency.

About You:

  • You love problem solving and always embrace a challenge
  • You have developed native applications for mobile and/or wearables
  • 5-7 years coding experience in 2 or more companies
  • Experience on 2+ Scrum teams
  • Expertise in Scrum/Agile
  • Startup mentality, and ability to thrive in a small team
  • Expertise in mobile UX principles
  • Expertise and deep experience in Android development    (please discuss this in your cover letter)
  • Device-specific and low-level skills and code-optimization in Android environment
  • Expertise with mobile or wearable apps that use computationally intensive AI and CV components
  • Cross-platform and cross-device support and responsive code
  • Skilled in implementing and maintaining continuous deployment practices
  • Skilled with modern build and deployment pipelines
  • Expertise in device and network connectivity
  • Expertise in C# or Unity is preferred but not required
  • Experience with the SDLC and an understanding of the DevOps, release, and build process
  • Expertise using RESTful APIs to integrate mobile applications to server side systems
  • Expertise in Git and GitHub
  • Exceptional organizational, multi-tasking, and project completion skills
  • Strong attention to detail and correctness in code and communication
  • Strong grasp of Object Oriented design principles and implementation skills
  • Expertise in code that interacts with mobile/wearable device sensors and device-specific features
  • Preferably, expertise in developing for AR or VR

Responsibilities:

  • Implement software functionality as per communicated design
  • Translate design specifications into functional software
  • Maintain quality and ensure responsiveness of applications
  • Help maintain code quality, organization, and automatization
  • Collaborate with the rest of the engineering team to design and launch new features
  • Convert graphic designs and wireframes to modular elements in code
  • Document your work well
  • Represent your code graphically for daily scrum meetings
  • Fix bugs and optimize existing features
  • Interface your code with our APIs, web app, and overall platform architecture
  • Help improve our continuous build and release process focusing on scale and efficiency
  • Participate and give feedback in design and code reviews with other developers

For benefits, perks, and an overview of Brain Power, please refer back to Brain-Power.com/Jobs

Brain Power is proud to be an Equal Opportunity employer. If you’re ready to join the team at Brain Power as a Senior Mobile Application Developer, please fill out the application below. Best of luck!

 

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Sales and Marketing

Sales Account Manager

Brain Power provides a breakthrough educational technology solution that enables middle school and high school students with autism and ADHD to better succeed in school and in life. We are making the transition from being focused on product development to becoming a product company. We have spent the last half year or more selling to visionary, early adopter beachhead customers in a disciplined way. In the process we have been able to achieve some early customer success. We have defined the benefits, quantified the value proposition, and we now pretty well understand the Decision-Making JURY.

As we see it, the buying process is driven by the school Superintendent or the person she/he designates. The JURY is typically composed of:

  • The Superintendent / designee
  • The Director of Special Education or Student Services
  • The Principal of a school for the first pilot
  • The Director of Instructional Technology
  • One or more champion Teacher

Sales Account Manager candidates will be pleased to know that we already have in place a dream team of Customer Success professionals, and a reasonably well documented and annotated Sales Pipeline. We have one full time experienced Product Manager, helped by additional marketing support staff who drive the marketing processes, including organizing events and speaking engagements, as well as writing success stories and white papers.

We are now carefully recruiting a small focused sales team of experienced, missionary Sales Account Managers to bring in new business and lead our go-to-market initiative as the first two sales hires. Candidates must have several years of experience successfully selling novel solutions to our jury before. Our target focus for the remainder of 2019 is Massachusetts, so preference will be given to Sales candidates who know our initial territory.

Candidates who have sold to the Jury outside New England will definitely be considered, and we already have some delighted customers in Connecticut, Texas, and beyond.

This is a unique opportunity for a proven missionary Sales Account Manager to leverage your network in the American K-12 education or special education fields. You will design and execute our sales strategy in the months and years ahead, while further refining a repeatable sales process. You will report to the CEO, Dr. Ned Sahin, and work closely with prospects and customers to deeply understand their needs and provide input into the Brain Power product/service strategy and marketing process.

About Brain Power:
Brain Power, LLC, is a mission-driven, neuroscience-based tech startup headquartered in Cambridge, MA, with strong ties to MIT, Harvard, and Stanford. We make gamified, AI-based wearable systems to help assess and coach people with brain-related challenges. Our systems run on smart glasses such as Google Glass or competing headsets from Epson, Intel and others.

Our flagship product for Autism includes apps which:

  • Give children and adults prompts as to what other people are feeling, delivering videogame-like coaching on face-directed gaze
  • Enable/improve reading and conversation skills
  • Help users reduce repetitive motor behaviors and underlying stress
  • Give teachers and parents numerical progress reports and notifications when a child’s behavior changes
    Document results for students on different parts of the autism spectrum.

Responsibilities:

  • Manage complete sales process from prospecting to close, developing strategies to build pipeline, qualify leads, close business, and grow existing customers in the K-12 market
  • Manage contract negotiations, and close the business. This applies to pilots and multi-year licenses
  • Help prospects to understand and assess opportunities to add value through the integration of Brain Power’s assistive technology solutions
  • Working with prospects and clients, define criteria which will be used to measure success
  • Demonstrate strong listening skills and be a standout resource, bringing company resources to bear to help prospects and ensure client success
  • Build long lasting relationships with superintendents, principals, and relevant administrative decision makers over the phone and in-person
  • Meet with prospects and customers to conduct in-person presentations/demos
  • Collaborate effectively with Product Management, customer success, marketing, and development teams
  • Utilize our salesforce automation and CRM tool (HubSpot) to effectively track and report on your activities, provide data driven pipeline reports, progress to quota, and maintain constant communication with customers and Brain Power management
  • Accelerate customer adoption
  • Achieve goals to ensure company revenue objectives are met
  • Perform with the utmost integrity – Brain Power believes honesty with our customers is central to our mission and is ultimately in everyone’s best interest

About You:

    Bachelor’s degree

  • 3-10 years of full cycle selling experience to our Jury (prospect through close)
  • Ed-Tech sales experience, special education preferred
  • Track record of meeting and exceeding sales quotas in this industry
  • Knowledge of budgeting and decision-making process within the K-12 market
  • Passion for sales and education
  • Self-motivated and results oriented
  • Ability to multi-task, prioritize, and manage time effectively
  • Willingness to travel often and spend time face to face with prospects and customers in Massachusetts and beyond
  • Competitive and entrepreneurial
  • Strong spoken and written communication skills

Benefits of joining the Brain Power team:

  • Mission driven and highly collaborative team
  • Competitive compensation package with a combination of base and bonus
  • Vibrant office in the heart of Cambridge, MA
  • On-site gym, yoga, and massage facilities
  • Access to Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC) co-working office spaces in Cambridge, Boston, Philly, Miami, St. Louis, Providence, and Rotterdam (more cities to come).
  • Office location offers convenient parking and sits directly above the MBTA Red Line Kendall Square T stop
  • If you are interested in joining the team at Brain Power as a missionary Sales Account Manager, send your resume and LinkedIn link to job-applications@brain-power.com

    Brain Power is proud to be an Equal Opportunity employer.

    Product and Project Management

    Customer Success Manager

    Brain Power is actively seeking a passionate, high-octane, and positive Customer Success and Outreach Manager to assist with the post-sales success workflow of our company, develop strong customer relationships, and promote retention and loyalty. You will be in charge of ensuring customers are onboarded effectively, feel supported if they encounter issues, engage frequently with our products, and provide organic testimonials via social media and word of mouth.

    Additionally, you will own the implementation of our strategy to identify the most successful customers, then develop and motivate them to be evangelists to generate and onboard new customers. Our customers are school districts, and you will interface with school administrators and teachers. Teachers include general-education teachers, full-inclusion teachers, special education (substantially separate) teachers, and STEM teachers. Specialists will include OT’s, SLP’s, BCBA’s, ABA therapists, PT’s, transition coordinators, adjustment specialists, college and career readiness coordinators, and others.

    At Brain Power, we care deeply about each customer and are looking for an empathetic listener with abundant charisma and fire in her/his soul, who can actively pursue and cultivate strong and lasting relationships, and be the friendly face customers know and trust.

    Responsibilities:

    • Do initial and continuing research on our customers’ needs, and our technological solutions (current and in-development)
    • Initial interviews with customers to get up to speed. Then build relationships and trust:
    • Travel to customer sites
    • Train teachers and specialists to the point where they are comfortable with the technology and will achieve full success.
    • Determine the criteria for success, in partnership with each individual school district or school.
    • Listen to and incorporate the specific goals of each customer, incorporate them into your training plan and success criteria, and gently adjust goals and expectations if they are outside the realm of the solutions that the customer has purchased.
    • Email and call customers regularly (a proactive not reactive approach)
    • Conduct webinars and open-house events
    • Scrutinize feedback and data from all the above, and from product-usage tracking, customer feedback/contact forms, web hits, social media, and campaigns
    • Analyze all the above feedback to reveal trends, risks, success factors, and best practices
    • Funnel insights above to customize our offerings and our sales cycle to meet each current and future customer’s unique needs
    • Serve as a product expert. Provide technical support and training
    • Facilitate testimonials and evangelism by customers
    • Instigate social media presence and virality, for instance via competitions and campaigns
    • Influence lifetime value through customer satisfaction and reduced churn
    • Map customer journey and identify opportunities for improvement
    • Set and follow goals for full lifecycle: customer reach, onboarding, success, retention, and peer-to-peer evangelism
    • Measure and communicate effectiveness of your full-lifecycle efforts. Define and establish system for tracking metrics and create a cadence for review with upper management
    • Identify highly successful customers
    • Create network and SOPs for successful customers to assist prospects and to be rewarded / motivated for their efforts

    Required Background and Skills:

    • Passion!
    • Charisma, fire, earnest and untiring energy, and infectious positive attitude!
    • Excellent communicator, high EQ, and also creative, analytical thinker
    • Strong ability to use data, and to design experiments/tests, to inform all decisions
    • 2-3 years of experience in a customer-centric role such as: Customer Success, Account Manager, Customer Support, Sales, or Evangelist
    • Bachelor’s Degree
    • School or ed-tech expertise
    • No can’t-do people. You must be a “can-do”, or better yet “will-do”, or in fact “already-did” person!
    • Ability to work collaboratively and also independently, to multitask, and to take initiative
    • Strong proficiency in analytics tools such as Google Analytics, Hubspot, or the like
    • Expertise in industry-standard metrics of performance
    • Strong proficiency in collaboration software such as Google Drive, Trello, Slack, and MS Office software
    • Commitment to completing the task given, and going above and beyond
    • Attention to detail
    • Previous sales experience (upsell, full-cycle); software sales preferred
    • Excitement for Brain Power’s mission and purpose
    • Willingness to ask questions that reveal ignorance, and to learn from the answers
    • Startup mentality

    Brain Power is an equal opportunity employer.

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    Senior Technical Product Manager

    Brain Power is actively seeking a skilled Technical Product Manager to lead our flagship products and assure that customer needs are translated into detailed technical requirements, and ultimately a profitable product.

    You must “get out of the building” often and immerse yourself in the daily life and struggle of our customers (special-education teachers, and school administrators such as principals and superintendents). Your daily work will include interfacing with the marketplace and interfacing with our internal teams including Engineering as well as Design/UX and Marketing. You will assure that our development processes and marketing are on target, to meet the needs of customers and other stakeholders. You will also look after profitability of the product.

    The ideal candidate will have succeeded previously in a Product Manager role, AND will have been a technical contributor previously such as a software developer. You must have a technical mindset to understand and help manage an internal engineering team. Yet, you must also be extremely strong in terms of social, networking, and analysis skills needed to assure product-market fit.

    You will be doing work that has a purpose and humanitarian impact. The closer you succeed in matching the capabilities of our product(s) with the needs of our intended beneficiaries, the more you will positively affect how children and adults on the autism spectrum learn and achieve greater dignity and self-reliance.  

    Responsibilities:

    • Build detailed specifications of our new wearable and mobile applications.
    • Break down large projects into specific, actionable tasks.
    • Gather information about stakeholder needs and behaviors through regular user interviews, including patients, families, clinicians, and others.
    • Actively get out in the marketplace and learn to speak and feel the needs of the customers and other stakeholders. Immerse yourself! Know their inner drama.
    • Combine market-derived insight with knowledge of our internal team, to develop an accurate and useful picture of our several customer segments and other stakeholders. Communicate this to the whole team and infuse it into project plans and feature prioritization.
    • Manage software development through the full lifecycle and work closely with our Engineering, Design, and Marketing team members to ensure that specifications, deadlines, and quantitative goals are met.
    • Build systems to make our product development process more efficient and scalable.
    • Leverage data to advocate for stakeholder needs as we develop and adjust our prioritization.
    • Actively and frequently survey the other entities in our field(s) and keep us in touch.
    • Maintain a pervasive focus on bringing the FUN and WOW to our digital experiences.
    • Encourage metrics-based optimizations to the program — striking the right balance between fixing bugs while enhancing and launching new features.
    • With your team, research and present competitive and best-practice analyses.
    • Be a leader in Digital, setting the quality bar high and encouraging collaboration and other behaviors which result in the best and most innovative experiences for our users.

    Required Background and Skills:

    • Passion!
    • You have professional experience working on digital and/or educational content for kids, specific experience in product management a plus.
    • You are organized and detail-oriented; you can build a comprehensive spec and confidently answer questions from engineers during implementation.
    • You have substantial understanding of web trends and experience authoring requirements that deliver video, desktop experiences, mobile/tablet experiences, content management, user tracking, etc.
    • You can empathize with our users and collaborate with Design, QA, and Engineering to ensure that features meet user needs; you’re a tactful and practiced user interviewer.
    • You are a quick learner, you like asking questions, and you know how to juggle priorities.
    • You have the ability to work in a fast-paced environment and adapt to the demands of all levels and types of production duties.
    • Startup mentality

    Preferred/Nice-to-Have Skills:

    • A personal connection to and/or interest in autism
    • Major leadership experience
    • Strong UI/UX mobile application experience, particularly for apps targeted towards children and families
    • Experience with mobile game development and/or user engagement monitoring
    • A passion for creative development of children’s educational content, particularly for teaching social and other basic life skills

    Brain Power is an equal opportunity employer.

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    Senior Project Manager

    Brain Power is actively seeking a Senior Project Manager. You will be involved in all aspects of managing the project(s), and you should thrive in a fast-moving environment with a lot of tasks moving in parallel. Your daily work will include tracking progress of each team member and action item via project-management software and personal meetings; reporting and summarizing to your supervisor and to the CEO; creatively finding ways to increase efficiency; and diving in and getting many tasks done.

    The ideal candidate will have abundant energy, infectious optimism, deep knowledge of a range of modern digital project-management tools, high organized and streamlined workstyle, and demonstrated ability to take complex projects to completion. You will be doing work that really matters, and every feature you manage will directly affect how children and adults on the autism spectrum learn life-skills and climb toward self-sufficiency. You will have the opportunity to attend relevant training sessions and events to bolster your skills. You will also have a host of perks, as outlined at the top of this page!  

    Responsibilities:

    • Develop highly visual digital charts of project milestones
    • Manage the process of ensuring the timely completion of deliverables
    • Schedule and facilitate project planning meetings in an efficient and constructive manner
    • Understand stakeholder needs and manage the creation of AR/VR content.
    • Work directly with our partners to get them to introduce Brain Power products into their practice.
    • Handle the reporting regarding partners, leads, and revenue.
    • Learn and help implement processes and reporting requirements for projects supported by federal grants.
    • Work on advertising campaigns to reach stakeholders.

    Required Background and Skills:

    • Passion!
    • Willingness and excitement to learn and to ask questions.
    • Strong experience and expertise with modern, cloud-based project-management software.
    • Strong experience and experience with Salesforce, Google Analytics, and A/B Testing.
    • Excellent communication, interpersonal, organizational and team building skills, business judgment, and proven expertise in directing the efforts of a technical staff.
    • Knowledge of business functions and understanding of business operations, strategies, and objectives.
    • Strong presentation and written/oral communication skills.
    • Strong analytical and problems solving skills.
    • Exceptional organizational, multi-tasking, and interpersonal skills
    • Startup mentality

    The ideal candidate will also have several of the following qualifications:

    • Professional experience managing product development (MBA preferred).
    • Experience in an Edtech company or education industry.
    • Experience in the medical device industry.
    • Experience in the AR/VR and/or assistive technology industry.
    • Experience working with people with autism.

    We are an equal opportunity employer. No phone calls or recruiters, please.

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    School Technology Coach /or/ Technology Integration Director

    Brain Power is actively seeking a Technology Coach who has been in a Technology Coach or Technology Integration Director position in a K-12 public school district in the U.S. (preferably in Massachusetts). [Please do NOT apply if you have not held one of these positions in a U.S. public K-12 school, with no exceptions.] 

    Your responsibilities will include traveling among school districts immediately after they purchase Brain Power’s products and working with their IT departments to integrate our solutions into their technical infrastructure (WiFi, MAC Address filtering, port handling, etc; and any SSO systems and the like). You will also help train teachers and special-education specialists to ensure that issues or questions arise, they can either directly troubleshoot them or interface efficiently with the school IT department.

    At Brain Power, you will be doing work that really matters. You will be empowering teachers to seamlessly use tools that have been clinically validated to have a tangible positive impact on students with social-emotional learning challenges (including children and young adults on the autism spectrum or with ADHD).

    About You:  (ordered approximately by importance)

    • You love complex problem solving and always embrace a challenge
    • You have worked in K-12 education for 4+ years.
    • You have held one of the positions listed in the first part of this job’s description. 
    • Ability to travel around the state whenever schools need initial onboarding or down-stream help.
    • You have demonstrated ability to quickly gain trust and working relationships with classroom teachers, IT and AT professionals, and administrators at the Principal or (Assistant) Superintendent level.
    • You can train busy teachers, including ones with minimal prior tech experience, on new technologies in a way that makes them excited and un-intimidated to implement the technology in their classrooms. 
    • You understand and embrace the startup mentality. Ability to thrive in a small team, work hard, and get varied tasks done flexibly.
    • You have deep experience with technology and educational technology

    Responsibilities:

    • Learn our augmented reality software / hardware platform in great detail. 
    • Interface with Instructional Technology and Assistive Technology departments in school districts who are our customers, or who are actively testing our system
    • Interface with the teachers who are implementing the system in their classrooms
    • Train and coach teachers, with a goal of 100% success, and 0% fear, intimidation, resentment, or neglect of the technology
    • Help generate training material for online instruction and for in–person instruction
    • Help generate reference materials for teachers to refresh their knowledge occasionally or to refer to when a specific need arises
    • Travel extensively, to school districts in Massachusetts
    • Recognize patterns and frequent questions among our customers and their needs. Generate new materials to address these. 
    • [description still in progress]

    For benefits, perks, and an overview of Brain Power, please refer back to Brain-Power.com/Jobs

    Brain Power is proud to be an Equal Opportunity employer. If you’re ready to join the team at Brain Power as our VP of Engineering, please fill out the application below. Best of luck!

     

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    Scrum Master

    Description coming soon.

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    UX Designer

    Brain Power is actively seeking a UX Designer with excellent skills in modern design and UX for web apps and mobile/wearable apps.

    Preferably, your mobile design experience will include “serious games” or educational games. Preferably, your web app experience will include information or portal type applications, such as a hospital information systems or financial/analytics dashboard type web apps. (These are similar to the types of UX design projects you will have an opportunity to shape at Brain Power.)

    Your daily work will include designing, wireframing, presenting, and iterating user flows and user interfaces. You will collaborate closely with our Engineering team and our Product Management team. We have both a Design scrum and an Engineering scrum even though we are a small team, so you will have a well-managed and disciplined software development pipeline to integrate with. Yet, you will be our only full-time UX engineer and will have a lot of ability to shape our award-winning and humanitarian product. You will be translating validated customer requirements into refinements to the UX of our novel suite of mobile and wearable apps for students with autism, and web-based data dashboard system that allows their teachers to monitor their progress.

    Therefore, at Brain Power, you will be doing work that really matters: your designs will have a real and tangible impact on children and adults on the autism spectrum – to empower them to climb toward self-sufficiency, and to streamline and assist the duties of their teachers.

    About You:

    • You are passionate about design and eager to make a difference
    • You are willing to learn continuously, and will be happy to interface directly with customers/users to be sure you feel their needs tangibly
    • You are skilled at market UI/UX research
    • You are an expert in UX principles, trends, and best-practices
    • You have developed or significantly contributed to commercially successful web portals and/or mobile games
    • 5-7 years experience in 2 or more companies
    • Startup mentality, and ability to thrive in a small team
    • Skilled in generating designs and final mock-ups that Engineers can build without rounds of questions
    • Expertise in UX best-practices for different devices and platforms and customer demographics.
    • Comfortable interfacing with all stakeholders in a software design and development process
    • Deadline-oriented
    • Exceptional organizational, multi-tasking, and project completion skills
    • Strong attention to detail, as well as to the gestalt
    • Will stay till the job is done
    • Preferably, experience in designing software for the school market

    Responsibilities:

    • Create functional and appealing software designs
    • Combine artistic talent with product and marketing research
    • Work with Product Management to refine designs and secure final approval for release to Engineering
    • Work with customers directly (school administrators and teachers) to understand their constraints, needs, pains, familiar software designs, and goals for our product.
    • Work with users directly (autistic children, as well as their teachers) to understand their constraints, needs, pains, familiar software designs, and goals for our product.
    • Work directly with the CEO/Founder to learn the neuroscience / psychology driving the wearable and mobile app components of our product, and the overall vision of the mobile, wearable, web, and instruction components of our product suite. 
    • Collaborate closely with the Engineering team
    • Refine and support the Brain Power style guide(s) – global and platform-specific
    • Create wireframes that Product Management can review and give feedback.
    • Convert approved wireframes to finalized graphic designs ready to become code
    • Document your work well
    • Represent your work graphically for scrum meetings; and for demos to the team after every sprint
    • Participate and give feedback in design reviews with other team members

    For benefits, perks, and an overview of Brain Power, please refer back to Brain-Power.com/Jobs

    Brain Power is proud to be an Equal Opportunity employer. We care deeply about diversity and inclusivity. We seek talented teammates from a wide variety of backgrounds, experiences, and/or personal identities who are equally committed to cultivating a work environment of respect and kindness.

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    Lab Manager

    Brain Power is actively seeking a technical Lab Manager to manage a wide range of administrative and technical tasks. This job is similar to a “Lab manager” position in a typical academic or medical research lab at a university or hospital, if you are familiar with that role. Your daily work will include researching technical products and solutions to Brain Power needs, data entry, scheduling, basic IT and SysAdmin tasks, finding ways to optimize the team and processes, managing online accounts and services, communicating with team members including senior staff, communicating with vendors and suppliers, keeping checklists and records, running errands, and various tasks that come up from time to time.

    You should be highly energetic, creative, technically-minded, extremely flexible, extremely organized, experienced in Trello, Slack, Google Drive, Dropbox, and/or other productivity and co-working packages, digitally native in everything you do, a great multi-tasker, and absolutely committed to getting the task at hand done.     

    Responsibilities:

    • Develop a routine and process for checking in with members of the staff.
    • Research products, needs, and solutions – usually technical.
    • Keep projects on time and do coordination, in conjuction with project leads: for projects such as IRB and grant submissions and publishing scientific papers.
    • Help manage our file server and basic network.
    • Communicate with partners.
    • Communicate with vendors.
    • Meet with senior staff members and translate their needs and words into relevant text or email drafts.
    • Run errands.
    • Generally keep things running smoothly.

    Required Background and Skills:

    • Passion!
    • Strong analytical and problems solving skills.
    • Strong English communication skills.
    • Commitment to completing the task given, and going above and beyond.
    • Extreme attention to detail.
    • Respect for Brain Power’s mission and purpose.
    • Strong experience and expertise with Trello, Slack, Google Drive,  Dropbox, and common digital products.
    • Excellent communication, interpersonal, organizational and team building skills, business judgment, and proven expertise in directing the efforts of a technical or research staff.
    • Willingness to ask questions that reveal ignorance, and to learn from the answers.
    • Startup mentality

      Brain Power is an equal opportunity employer.

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