We have openings for a developer in Fredericton and a training and research assistant in Halifax in the edition of Jobs of the week.

Beauceron, a cybersecurity company in the New Brunswick capital, is looking for a senior software developer, while Halifax-based DGI Clinical is seeking a training and research assistant.

Beauceron began in 2015 when a group of cybersecurity experts tasked with protecting the University of New Brunswick decided to try a new approach to measuring, managing and monitoring cyber risk. It recently closed its first round of investment funding and is currently working with a dozen early adopter customers to refine its technology ahead of a full version launch later this summer.

DGI Clinical is focused on the provision of tools and techniques for patient-centered research and health care. DGI has a focus on individualized outcome measurement and works with clients to build SymptomGuides.

The Jobs of the Week column features openings posted on the Entrevestor Job Board, which focuses on jobs in technology, innovation and startups in Atlantic Canada. The Entrevestor Job Board helps match job openings and candidates in the tech and start-up communities and is operated by Entrevestor and Alongside.



Senior Software Developer

Beauceron seeks to change the current cybersecurity story of endless breaches, hundreds of billions of dollars stolen and frustrated companies and organizations seeking a better way to manage their cyber risk. Its aim is to turn clients’ greatest source of vulnerabilities – people, process and culture – into their greatest security assets, allowing them to become more resilient in the face of growing online threats.

The company is looking for a talented, passionate web front-end developer to join its team. This person will be a key member of the team, and will help Beauceron develop innovative new features and functionality as well as providing support to its growing customer base. He or she must provide leadership and guidance on web application design and user experience approaches and best practices. The job includes working closely with the rest of the team to design and implement product features, and designing and creating rich, responsive user experiences using modern web technologies. Beauceron wants someone with five years of industry experience in front-end web development and a university degree, community college or private college diploma.


DGI Clinical

Training and Research Assistant

DGI’s training and research assistant will participate in development and launch of SymptomGuides, working in partnership with the company’s diverse portfolio of pharmaceutical clients. Specific tasks will include project management, documentation, development of training materials, facilitation and training. Immediate responsibilities will include a leadership position rolling out a newly established SymptomGuide in 15-20 clinics across the USA. Travel will be required for this position.

This person must manage training programs; train clinic personnel; review and prepare materials and communications for successful training implementation; and summarize and provide appropriate feedback when necessary. He or she will work in partnership with key pharmaceutical sponsors and other stakeholders to develop new, review, and/or revise training guides and instructional material for programs, SOP’s, training standards, quizzes, evaluation forms, proficiency standards and other training documents as needed.

The skills required for the job include planning and coordination, an understanding of health and science, and the ability to ensure confidentiality and work in an ethical manner.