Ferrum is currently building out the Partnerships team and is seeking an experienced Market Intelligence researcher. The role is for a part-time, 20 hours a week contract individual contributor, with the potential to convert to full-time at the end of the contract.
You think healthcare can be better and want to have an impact in the industry. You are customer-obsessed. Healthcare is an exceedingly complex industry, and hospitals are complex organizations. We’re seeking someone who can engage AI developers and can get them excited about the
You are inventive and resourceful. You know how to find quality information and the right stakeholders to engage.
Key Job Responsibilities:
- Market Research, and build out a market intelligence program/process regarding the existing market landscape of Healthcare AI applications
- Vendor Sourcing: Identify and initiate connections to new opportunities with key partners/solutions in the AI healthcare space that align with Ferrum’s business objectives
- Integration and validation support: Leverage clinical experience and knowledge to streamline algorithm integration and deployment
- Build and mantain reporting for areas of responsibility
- 1+ years experience in Healthcare AI
- 1+ years experience in customer/vendor facing role
- Bachelor’s Degree
- 2+ years of experience in Program/Project Management
- Strong company research and market research skills
- Exceptional interpersonal and communication (both written and verbal) skills.
- Ability to partner effectively and influence without authority on behalf of your customers
- Experience working with platforms, SaaS, or SaaM
- Medical Background, Pre-Med, Radiology
- Experience in Recruiting/Market Research/Consumer Insights/Analytics
- Thrive in an innovative, fast-paced environment, can roll up your sleeves, work hard, have fun, and get the job done
- Comfort learning new tools and technical concepts quickly
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to apply.
Ferrum’s team is first and foremost, mission-driven. Our mission is to help hospital systems close care gaps that lead to subpar healthcare for patients, and the work that you do will ultimately help get technology into the hands of health systems to improve the quality of the care they provide.