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For healthcare providers, payers, pharma and, above all, patients and their loved ones, Qynapse brings groundbreaking peace of mind to the global fight against CNS disease.

Qynapse is on a mission to advance the accuracy and reliability of CNS disease screening and monitoring in both clinical routine settings and in clinical trial applications.

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Quality and Regulatory Affairs Manager

Company:

Qynapse is on a mission to advance the accuracy and reliability of central nervous diseases (CNS) screening and monitoring in both clinical routine settings and in clinical trial applications.

Headquartered in France, in the United States and in Canada, the Qynapse neuroscience team, with the support and guidance of CNS disease experts around the world, is wholly dedicated to aspiring to build tools and software that analyze brain images and other markers of neurodegeneration to create the clearest, most accurate and reliable predictors and objective measures of CNS disorders, such as Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease.

Our FDA-Cleared and and Pending CE-marked against the new European Medical Devices Regulation MDR 2017/745 neuroimaging software platform, QyScore®, and our predictive research-use-only platform, QyPredict®, are powered by proprietary Artificial Intelligence. QyScore® produces a wide range of automated neuroimaging biomarkers to assist physicians making clinical care decisions and monitoring patients over time. QyPredict®, our predictive technology, is being designed to transform what we know about CNS disease trajectory to impact clinical trial design and outcomes.

Together, we are moving forward to a brighter and more accurate future of diagnosis and treatment for central nervous system diseases. Join us!

Job Responsibilities & Missions:

We are looking for a Quality and Regulatory Affairs Manager to drive the regulatory strategy and the quality management system for the company and its medical device software. Your missions will be to:

Ensure that regulatory requirements are fulfilled for the medical devices designed by the company

  • Implement regulatory plans and strategies for the medical device software
  • Support design control deliverables and activities related to product development projects
  • Handle the implementation of the technical file documents in agreement with international regulatory requirements
  • Prepare the application for regulatory approval of the products in conjunction with the legal representatives/authorities of the marketing countries
  • Perform a continuous surveillance of the applicable standards and regulations
  • Communicate with relevant health authorities

Manage the Quality System of the company

  • Manage the QMS according to the ISO 13485:2016 standard
  • Manage the QMS according to ISO27001
  • Adapt the QMS to international requirements
  • Write and update documents necessary to the Quality Management
  • Handle non-conformities and implement corrective action plans
  • Train the team members to the use of the Quality Management System
  • Plan and organize audits (suppliers, internal and certification)

This position will include close interactions with the Data Science, Imaging, Software Development team.

Profile:

  • Master of science degree in relevant fields
  • Experience in quality management of medical device software and/or in regulatory affairs related to medical device software
  • Experience in software development processes (Agile, V cycles …, configuration management)
  • Efficient, focused, organized & autonomous

Skills:

Required:

  • Experience with 21 CFR part 820 Quality system regulation and in the regulatory pathway for FDA clearance
  • Experience with applicable European regulations & standards: regulation EU 2017/745, ISO 13485, ISO 14971, IEC 62304, IEC 82304-1, IEC 62366-1

Required Nice to have but not mandatory:

  • Experience in software development
  • Experience with medical imaging or neuroimaging with international regulatory requirements
  • Experience with Medical Device Single Audit Program (MDSAP)
  • Experience with the General Data Protection Regulation, HIPAA
  • Experience with data science and predictive algorithms

Languages:

  • English
  • French

Contract, Renumeration and Perks:

  • Permanent contract, full-time position starting as soon as possible
  • Remuneration depending on experience

Why Qynapse?

  • Offices located in Paris downtown, fully remote working acceptable
  • Promising, impactful, and cutting-edge healthcare product
  • Fast growing company offering opportunities to explore various functions to match your profile and personal expectations

Apply by email at careers@qynapse.com by attaching a resume or a LinkedIn profile, or using the form below. Please feel free to attach other documents that could support your application.

Operations Lead

Company:

Qynapse is on a mission to advance the accuracy and reliability of central nervous diseases (CNS) screening and monitoring in both clinical routine settings and in clinical trial applications.

Headquartered in France, in the United States and in Canada, the Qynapse neuroscience team, with the support and guidance of CNS disease experts around the world, is wholly dedicated to aspiring to build tools and software that analyze brain images and other markers of neurodegeneration to create the clearest, most accurate and reliable predictors and objective measures of CNS disorders, such as Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease.

Our FDA-Cleared and and Pending CE mark against the new European Medical Devices Regulation MDR 2017/745 neuroimaging software platform, QyScore®, and our predictive research-use-only platform, QyPredict®, are powered by proprietary Artificial Intelligence. QyScore® produces a wide range of automated neuroimaging biomarkers to assist physicians making clinical care decisions and monitoring patients over time. QyPredict®, our predictive technology, is being designed to transform what we know about CNS disease trajectory to impact clinical trial design and outcomes.

Together, we are moving forward to a brighter and more accurate future of diagnosis and treatment for central nervous system diseases. Join us!

Job Responsibilities & Missions:

We are looking for an Operations Lead to deliver training and support for installation and service of our medical imaging software, designed to support the diagnosis and assessment of drug efficacy for central nervous system diseases. Reporting to the CPTO, your missions will be the following:

Software deployment:

  • Create and maintain a technical relationship with our customers’ IT services regarding workflow design, cybersecurity & software deployment
  • Lead the operational deployment of such solutions: virtual machine configuration, Kubernetes deployment, VPN/network configuration, communication with IT systems
  • Collect, diagnose, and troubleshoot technical problems and issue resolution for customers
  • Perform software maintenance, both onsite and remotely

Application:

  • Review customer’s IT environment to implement best integration solution between a customer’s PACS and other healthcare systems prior to the deployment
  • Train customers to use the software
  • Collect user feedbacks and report them into our Quality Management System

This position will include close interactions with the Cloud Architect as well as the Product, the R&D and the Marketing team at Qynapse.

Profile:

  • Engineering background in neuroscience, biomedical, pharmacology OR business and marketing background with a deep understanding of these clinical topics
  • At least 2 years of experience as Product manager, ideally in a healthcare software environment
  • Understand healthcare and clinical trials ecosystems
  • Focused, pragmatic, autonomous and proactive
  • Excellent communicator, both interpersonal and written, on both a technical and a business level
  • Comfortable working in a rapidly changing startup environment
  • Well organized and able to juggle many projects at once

Skills:

Required:

  • IT/computer sciences/healthcare informatics background
  • At least 2 years of experience as Interoperability/Application/Operations Engineer in IT, ideally in medical imaging
  • Organized and autonomous
  • Operational and proactive
  • Curious, keen to learn and to work with a multidisciplinary team
  • Excellent customer interaction skills, both verbal and written
  • Willingness to travel

Nice to have:

  • Experience with neuroimaging
  • Knowledge of network configuration: TCP/IP, VPN
  • Experience with Information Systems Integration
  • Unix and/or Linux experience
  • Experience with Clinical products and related workflow
  • MRI physics including MRI protocols set-up

Contract, renumeration and perks 

  • Permanent contract, full-time position starting as soon as possible
  • Competitive remuneration depending on experience

Why Qynapse?

  • Offices located in Paris downtown, fully remote working acceptable
  • Promising, impactful, and cutting-edge healthcare product
  • Fast growing company offering opportunities to explore various functions to match your profile and personal expectations

Apply by email at careers@qynapse.com by attaching a resume or a LinkedIn profile, or using the form below. Please feel free to attach other documents that could support your application.

Clinical Research Scientist

Company:

Qynapse is on a mission to advance the accuracy and reliability of central nervous diseases (CNS) screening and monitoring in both clinical routine settings and in clinical trial applications.

Headquartered in France, in the United States and in Canada, the Qynapse neuroscience team, with the support and guidance of CNS disease experts around the world, is wholly dedicated to aspiring to build tools and software that analyze brain images and other markers of neurodegeneration to create the clearest, most accurate and reliable predictors and objective measures of CNS disorders, such as Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease.

Our FDA-Cleared and and Pending CE mark against the new European Medical Devices Regulation MDR 2017/745 neuroimaging software platform, QyScore®, and our predictive research-use-only platform, QyPredict®, are powered by proprietary Artificial Intelligence. QyScore® produces a wide range of automated neuroimaging biomarkers to assist physicians making clinical care decisions and monitoring patients over time. QyPredict®, our predictive technology, is being designed to transform what we know about CNS disease trajectory to impact clinical trial design and outcomes.

Together, we are moving forward to a brighter and more accurate future of diagnosis and treatment for central nervous system diseases. Join us!

Job responsibilities & Missions:

We are looking for a talented Clinical Research Scientist motivated by transforming healthcare practices and outcomes for patients, with a strong scientific background and a real taste for applied clinical research.The goal is to launch and drive research studies both internally, at Qynapse, and externally with our key partners to demonstrate our products value & clinical impact. Directly reporting to the Scientific Director, your tasks will be to:

  • Design protocols for clinical and regulatory studies, supervise and take part in study execution
  • Conduct statistical analyses and interpret algorithmic results
  • Translate these findings into scientific publications and conference presentations
  • Identify and discuss new opportunities for relevant clinical studies with Key Opinions Leaders (KOLs)
  • Popularize results and extract relevant information to assist the marketing team
  • Provide feedback to the R&D team on product evolutions and performances
  • Support in client pitches and ongoing collaborations

Profile:

  • PhD in the medical or life sciences fields with Neuroscience, Neuroimaging or Neuropsychology preferred
  • Strong operational knowledge in statistics and statistical software (e.g. R, SPSS, STATA).
  • Knowledge of clinical trial design
  • Track record of publications in top-tier scientific journals and conferences
  • Experience in hospital/clinic and study coordination of at least 2 years preferred
  • Willing to travel nationally and internationally

Skills:

  • Focused, pragmatic, autonomous, dynamic, curious and proactive
  • Excellent organization, interpersonal and communication skills
  • Strong reasoning abilities, rigor and attention to detail
  • Knowledge on central nervous system diseases
  • Knowledge in neuroimaging data analysis
  • Knowledge in the scientific publication procedures
  • Machine learning background/understanding preferred
  • Fluent in English

Contract, Renumeration and Perks:

  • Permanent contract, full-time position starting as soon as possible
  • Remuneration depending on experience

Why Qynapse?

  • Offices located in Paris downtown, fully remote working acceptable
  • Promising, impactful, and cutting-edge healthcare product
  • Fast growing company offering opportunities to explore various functions to match your profile and personal expectations

Apply by email at careers@qynapse.com by attaching a resume or a LinkedIn profile, or using the form below. Please feel free to attach other documents that could support your application.

Full Stack Developer

Company:

Qynapse is on a mission to advance the accuracy and reliability of central nervous diseases (CNS) screening and monitoring in both clinical routine settings and in clinical trial applications.

Headquartered in France, in the United States and in Canada, Qynapse is wholly dedicated to building software that analyze brain images and other markers of neurodegeneration to create the clearest, most accurate and reliable predictors and objective measures of CNS disorders, such as Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease.

Together, we are moving forward to a brighter and more accurate future of diagnosis and treatment for central nervous system diseases. Join us!

Job Description & Mission:

We are looking for a Full Stack Developer to join Qynapse’s product development team. Reporting to the CPTO, your missions will be the following:

  • Develop non-scientific API and web interface
  • Develop data collector
  • Cover code with tests

This position will include close interactions with the Cloud Architect as well as the R&D team at Qynapse.

Profile:

  • A master’s degree in engineer or related fields
  • 3 years’ experience minimum

Skills:

Required 
  • Python (API Rest JSON + ORM)
  • React + redux
  • SQL
  • Docker packaging
  • Basic kubernetes manipulation
  • Agile methods
  • Automated tests (unit, validation, acceptation, etc.)
  • Fluent in English
Optional
  • Experience with startups / development studios / web agencies
  • Experience with medical imaging (FHIR / Dicom / etc.)
  • French

Contract, Renumeration and Perks:

  • Permanent contract, full-time position starting as soon as possible
  • Remuneration depending on experience

Why Qynapse?

  • Offices located in Paris downtown, fully remote working acceptable
  • Promising, impactful, and cutting-edge healthcare product
  • Fast growing company offering opportunities to explore various functions to match your profile and personal expectations

Apply by email at careers@qynapse.com by attaching a resume or a LinkedIn profile, or using the form below. Please feel free to attach other documents that could support your application.

DevOps Engineer

Company:

Qynapse is on a mission to advance the accuracy and reliability of central nervous diseases (CNS) screening and monitoring in both clinical routine settings and in clinical trial applications.

Headquartered in France, in the United States and in Canada, Qynapse is wholly dedicated to building software that analyze brain images and other markers of neurodegeneration to create the clearest, most accurate and reliable predictors and objective measures of CNS disorders, such as Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease.

Together, we are moving forward to a brighter and more accurate future of diagnosis and treatment for central nervous system diseases. Join us!

Job Description & Mission:

We are looking for a Development and Operations Engineer to join Qynapse’s product development team. Reporting to the CPTO, your missions will be the following:

  • Solve scalability issues
  • Improve high availability
  • Security monitoring
  • Customer on-premises installation
  • Workstation management
  •  

Profile:

  • A master’s degree in engineer or related fields
  • 3 years’ experience minimum

Skills:

Required
  • Docker packaging
  • Kubernetes administration
  • Terraform
  • Security (ISO 27001)
  • Shell
  • Python
  • Auto-scalability
  • One cloud provider knowledge (ideally AWS)
  • GitLab + GitLab CI
  • Linux
  • Persevering and proactive
  • Master Agile methods
  • Fluent in English

Optional

  • Experience with startups / development studios / web agencies
  • Experience with medical imaging (FHIR / Dicom / etc.)
  • French

Contract, Renumeration and Perks:

  • Permanent contract, full-time position  
  • Remuneration depending on experience

Why Qynapse?

  • Offices located in Paris downtown, fully remote working acceptable
  • Promising, impactful, and cutting-edge healthcare product
  • Fast growing company offering opportunities to explore various functions that match your profile and personal expectations
  • You may not match all the above listed skills but you are eager to learn and progress ! Do not hesitate to apply!

Apply by email at careers@qynapse.com by attaching a resume or a LinkedIn profile, or using the form below. Please feel free to attach other documents that could support your application.

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