User Data Collection Technician (Part Time)

  • Nymi
  • Toronto, ON, Canada
  • Mar 25, 2022
Part time Data

Job Description

Nymi is a venture-backed company building innovative wearable security products. Our flagship product is the Nymi Band, a unique wearable that authenticates the wearer using their cardiac signal (ECG) to provide continuous, authenticated presence in smart environments. Nymi enables wireless user proximity & presence solutions, removing the need for physical interaction with IoT, mobile and computer applications for identification, non-repudiation, personalization and intent for any transactions.

As a startup, our high-performance team is both talented and motivated. Our team delivers complete solutions for a number of large customers by developing software and hardware with considerable breadth (SDKs, Applications, Wearable Devices), on a wide variety of platforms (Windows, OS X, Linux, iOS and Android).

Nymi is looking for a talented and motivated individual to assist the Research team. This part-time position, located in the heart of downtown Toronto, will focus on user data collection and design validation testing of our next-generation product. We’re looking for a highly motivated individual who is a professional, detail-oriented, team player, and is interested in working in a fast-paced start-up environment.

Key Responsibilities

  • User data collection with our next-gen hardware and custom software
  • Pilot testing improvements to on-board sensor suite
  • Organizing user study data
  • Generating data collection summary reports
  • Basic hardware troubleshooting

Skills & Experience

  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Able to complete procedural tasks with consistent results
  • Comfortable working independently and taking ownership of data collection
  • Experience conducting user studies considered an asset
  • Basic knowledge of programming (able to modify existing code) an asset
  • Familiar with using Windows or Mac OSX command prompt
  • Familiarity with Linux command prompt an asset


  • Varying schedule, typically 20 hours a week for 3-6 months