See yourself loving your job.

RightEye’s culture is authentic, hardworking, enthusiastic and built on the wicked smarts, savvy and passion of some genuinely nice people. Those who are inspired to make a difference in the world. Those who get fired up by groundbreaking technology and the opportunity to change people’s lives. So if the folks who work at RightEye sound like your kinda people, it may be time to jump on board. (Hint: Check out our open positions, below.)

Open Positions

Education/K-12 Strategic Business Development Executive

Bethesda, MD

We are looking for a seasoned Education/K-12 Strategic Business Development Executive to join our growing team.

Working within our business development team, you’ll be responsible for all aspects related to sales, ensuring perfect product fit, aligning product pricing, and developing a go-to-market strategy for the Education Vertical (K-12, Higher Education, Professional Schools). You will work closely with RightEye’s marketing, direct sales, and product development teams, as well as other stakeholders, to ensure successful market penetration.

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Mid-Level Software Engineer

Bethesda, MD

RightEye is an exciting, and cutting-edge eye-tracking solutions company looking for qualified candidates for a Mid-Level Software Engineer position.

We are gearing up for even faster customer growth. This is your chance to get on the ground floor of one of the region’s most cutting-edge and fast-growing B2B technology companies. Recently, RightEye won a coveted Innovations Award at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) and was named Emerging Tech Company of the Year by the Maryland Tech Council.

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TEDx Talk

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TEDx Talk

The Doc Rocks at TEDx

RightEye's Dr. Melissa Hunfalvay explains how our eyes are a window to our health.

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