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Senior Statistical Scientist

at PerformanceAthlytics, LLC in Houston, TX   —   Jul 05, 2014   |  
Overview
Performance Athlytics is a leading innovator in sports training technologies. We specialize in integrating patented wearable sensors and systems level software with expert coaching schedules to produce unsurpassed athletic precision. These systems allow us to build faster, smarter, and better informed athletes. We believe that whatever can be measured can be improved. Based on this mantra we have developed and are continuing to develop revolutionary technologies which help us to better understand the physiology of sports training and how to take tomorrow's athletes to the next level.

The latest creation at Performance Athlytics Laboratories is a wearable biologic sensor called "BSX" (pronounced 'Basics'). Unlike any other product on the marketplace, this innovation allows athletes to 'see into' their exercising muscle and quantify their instantaneous work load. The data generated from this novel sensor is allowing us to redefine how the world measures athletic performance.

Through BSX and our other disruptive technologies, Performance Athlytics is revolutionizing the world of sports. We are a fast-moving, close-knit, venture backed start-up company that’s looking for an enthusiastic individual to help us define the future of our company and the industry.

Performance Athlytics is based in Houston, TX.
Responsibilities
Performance Athlytics is seeking a post-doctoral scientist with at least 3 years industry experience in statistics or a related field, who has demonstrated creative work in developing models for innovative new physical analytics applications (e.g. human performance, biological systems, life science, energy, etc).
Successful applicants should have a proven and strong background in physical modeling and its mathematical and computational methods (physiological systems modeling etc.). A strong publication record is preferred as well as basic skills in software architecture, design and development including data models and data management. Applicants are expected to have keen interest in sports and the physiologic basis of human performance, and use their skills/interest in solving a wide range of related problems.
The successful candidate will work with a multidisciplinary product development team to launch our market-leading technologies and to develop innovative algorithms that are integrated with our products. This position provides a great opportunity to contribute substantially to a rapidly growing startup company, with many opportunities for career growth.
This job will be based in Houston, TX.
Experience
Doctorate Degree in Statistics or a related field
At least 3 years experience in Expert level spatio-temporal statistical analysis, high performance statistical computing, or dynamic time-to-event analysis, high dimensional data modeling methods development
At least 1 year experience in Working level knowledge in object oriented programming
Experience in advanced data processing techniques and statistical analysis for product design verification, problem and root cause analysis
English : Fluent
Skills
Experience in Human Performance testing
Experience in embedded firmware and application development
Comfortable in a small, intense and high-growth start-up environment
Demonstrated leadership and project management skills
Excellent oral and written communication skills (presentation skills a plus)
Education
Doctorate Degree in Statistics or a related field
Compensation
Salary: $75,000 - 120,000 depending on experience. We will pay more to get the right person
Available incentive stock options
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