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OPEN POSITIONS

Motion Scientist

Job Description:

CorrActions provides human brain monitoring based on AI/ML analysis of unconscious body sub-motions. Our solution is embedded in cars to save lives, by understanding the driver and passengers' safety and wellness. 

We are looking for a Motion Scientist with scientific familiarity of the field and professional experience. Your work will be implemented in vehicles made by the world’s leading manufacturers, improving their safety.  

Required capabilities: 

  • An expert in kinesiology or related domains.

  • Deep knowledge and understanding of motion physiology, in the connection between brain signals and motion – motoric movement and cognition.

  • Understanding of the connection between EEG and motion.

  • Deep theoretical understanding between cognition and body movement, familiarity with academic papers and theoretical models correlating cognitive levels to motion.

  • Academic background, PhD and beyond.

  • Experience in high tech or medi-tech, experience in working at industry organizations methods and processes.

  • Knowledge and experience in data science, close acquaintance with Machine Learning and Deep Learning, and understanding of computational processes.

  • Ability to define industry-level data space.

  • Proven operative ability to manage trials and data collection operations.

  • Ability to examine and analyze raw collected data. 
     

Required experience: 

  • Conceptualizing theoretical models and turning them into practical guidelines. 

  • Designing, getting approved, and conducting data collection in the area of Brain-Computer Interfaces.

  • Bio-signal processing from various devices.

  • Demonstrable ability to work in multi-disciplinary high-tech teams.

  • Effective communication skills and ability to work in a collaborative environment.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Create hypotheses and data space definition and format. Design formal user studies as proof points.

  • Design experiments and conduct data collection.

  • Process the collected motion-related bio-signals from various sensors (radar, steering wheel, etc.) and summarize the results.

  • Collaborate with the CTO and the R&D team on documenting and featuring the created technologies.

  • Collaborate with the business team on customer-facing activities.

  • Publish scientific papers with findings in scientific conferences and journals.

    Join our team and contribute to shaping the future of the automotive industry by playing a critical role in scientific research.

Automotive Regulation Manager

Job Description:

We are seeking a highly motivated Automotive Regulation Manager to join our dynamic team at CorrActions. As our Automotive Regulation Manager, you will play a crucial role in researching and analyzing current regulations and standards worldwide, stay updated on future regulatory trends, and establishing effective communication and relations with regulators and policymakers. This role will be a key part of our effort to improve vehicle safety and shape the future of the automotive industry.

Responsibilities:

  • Regulatory Research: conduct comprehensive research and analysis of existing regulations applicable to driver monitoring systems. Stay abreast of relevant changes in regulations, policies, and standards at national, federal, and international levels.

  • Future Regulatory Trends: anticipate and monitor upcoming regulatory trends and governmental policies that may impact driver monitoring systems. Provide strategic insights and recommendations regarding potential implications and opportunities.

  • Compliance Assessment: assess and interpret regulatory requirements. Evaluate the impact of regulations on our products, services, and operations to ensure compliance. 

  • Regulatory Advocacy: develop and execute strategies to engage with regulatory authorities, industry leaders, and policymakers. 

  • Policy Positioning: research and analyze regulatory proposals, white papers, and requests for information. Formulate clear and concise policy positions, white papers, and responses based on a thorough understanding of the industry's needs and our company's objectives.

  • Cross-functional Collaboration: collaborate with internal teams to align regulatory objectives with business goals. Provide guidance on regulatory requirements and implications during product development and launch processes.

  • Industry Monitoring: monitor competitor activities and industry trends related to regulations and compliance. 

 

Qualifications:

  • Proven experience working in regulatory affairs, public policy, or government relations within the automotive industry or a closely related field. 

  • In-depth knowledge of automotive regulations and safety standards with a strong understanding of incumbent and future regulatory trends. 

  • Familiarity with the legislative and regulatory processes at national, federal, and international levels. 

  • Excellent analytical skills and ability to interpret complex regulations.

  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills to build relationships and effectively engage with regulators, industry leaders, and other stakeholders.

  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment.

  • Attention to detail and a commitment to ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements.

  • Flexibility to adapt to changing regulatory environments and navigate ambiguity.

  • Outstanding communication skills and the ability to effectively convey information.


 

Join our team and contribute to shaping the future of the automotive industry by playing a critical role in regulatory affairs.


To apply send CV to: jobs@corractions.com. 

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