Chief of Development Officer 

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You want… 

An essential role, overseeing and leading financial stability, fundraising, and company growth. By providing leadership, strategy, and management for all components of this company’s fundraising efforts, you’re a vital part of improving the quality of life for more than 200 million globally who suffer from hypothyroidism. 


You will… 

Be responsible for managing a team of 6-8 scientists specializing in electrochemistry, biology, and computational modeling. Working on-site you’ll take charge of the internal R&D department, systemizing and structuring it, essentially piloting it independently. You’ll refer directly to the CEO, providing a balanced point of view based on acquisition and development experience and business acumen.  


You’ll join… 

A digital therapeutics startup working at the forefront of microfluidics, microtechnology, and AI, developing the world’s first medical-grade home monitoring solution for patients with low metabolism – a patient group notorious for being misdiagnosed and receiving insufficient treatment. This company is well funded and the platform they create has great potential to help other patient groups in the future. 


You have… 

  • Solid management experience 
  • A deep understanding of diagnostics (ideally In-Vitro or electrochemistry) as well as the capability to develop the platform 
  • A background in R&D  
  • Ideally a PhD 
  • Knowledge of hematology 


If you want to hear more about this opportunity and the company, or if you have any questions regarding the position, please do not hesitate to contact us. If you wish to apply for the position, please send an updated version of your CV, together with what questions you might have, and we will get in touch with you soon.

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* Please refrain from including your social security number (CPR no.) in your CV.