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Project Manager, Neurology and Rare Diseases

Operations | Remote | Full Time

Job Description

We are excited to hire a Project Manager for our fast-growing Neurology and Rare Disease Business Unit.  The successful candidate will execute project deliverables with pharmaceutical companies and patient advocacy groups. This will be a key player on out team and will work directly with the Neurology and Rare Disease Business Unit Head as well as other cross-functional teams to get stuff done and will engage with all parts of the organization.

About Us:

Ciitizen’s mission is to provide Earth’s 7.3 billion citizens with control of their complete health information and give them the choice of sharing it with whomever they want. Period. With this new ownership, patients can share their health history with caregivers, share for second opinions, and with companies/researchers who may hold the answer to their treatment.

All patients have a right to all of their health information, yet existing portals pull only minimal clinical information from a fraction of health care institutions. Current “interoperability” initiatives leave the patient out of the picture and often rely on armies of manual labor to extract key health insights from unstructured textual data—an expensive model which doesn’t scale.

In the near future, citizens will walk into a clinical facility and, with a simple tap of a mobile device, release their health information to themselves, where Ciitizen normalizes unstructured data from across the healthcare ecosystem into actionable visualizations for patients, their caregivers, and clinicians.

Ciitizen has assembled an all-star team, led by its CEO, Anil Sethi (last company was sold to Apple) and is backed by a strong investment team led by Andreessen Horowitz and general partner Vijay Pande.


  • Develop detailed project plans to monitor and track progress across all neurology initiatives
  • Coordinate internal resources across functions with the business development, operations and marketing teams to deliver against project requirements
  • Be the “owner” of the project including proactively escalating challenges to team leads and management
  • Speak to patient advocacy groups, patients and caregivers worldwide
  • Maintain strong working relationships across teams internally and with clients and partners internally
  • Support research and partnership projects to help get stuff done across the board


  • Minimum 2 years relevant experience
  • Excellent communication skills both internally and externally
  • Very strong project management and proven ability to plan and prioritize work to meet commitments
  • Excellent understanding and ability to work in Google Sheets/Excel 
  • Strong organizational skills with attention to detail and multitasking skills
  • Bachelors degree (or equivalent) the field of Social Sciences, Economics, Business Administration or a related field is required

Bonus Points:

  • Healthcare experience a bonus 
  • Experience working with research projects, statistics, data, or quantitative sciences preferred 
  • Proactively anticipate or quickly react to opportunities and challenges 
  • Identify, secure and employ resources needed to achieve results


  • On a mission to revolutionize healthcare
  • Culture of doers
  • Venture backed, Series A equity
  • Generous Benefits, Discretionary Time Off