Careers

About us

Brainomix is an award-winning University of Oxford medical imaging start-up, developing cutting edge technology to improve the treatment of stroke patients. We are building a world-class software product to be sold in multiple international markets, and to accomplish this, we believe in creating a first-class working environment for the whole team.

Software Engineer

The role

We are looking for an experienced Software Engineer with expertise in developing high performance, reliable software systems and applications in C++ and Python. Our systems are typically deployed in hospitals, and integrate with radiology systems such as CT scanners and PACS, so any experience working in this kind of environment may be beneficial. You will be joining the existing Brainomix software development team, working with our algorithm, UI and software engineering experts.

This role is a full-time, permanent position, based in Oxford, starting in May 2018 or as soon as possible thereafter. Applicants should have permission to work in the UK.

Your skills

You will have an in-depth understanding of modern software development practices, including source control, issue management, and code review. You should be comfortable with common data structures and algorithms used in day-to-day software development, and know how to debug and optimise programs. In particular, the following skills are essential:

  • Modern C++ programming
  • Python programming
  • Experience with SCM and issue management
  • Ability to work in a collaborative development environment, including peer review of code

The following skills are also desirable:

  • Knowledge of database design and concepts
  • Experience with concurrency (multi-threading and distributed applications)
  • Image processing (implementation and optimisation)
  • Web service development and deployment
  • Cross-platform or Linux development
  • Experience working under quality management systems (e.g. ISO 9001, ISO 13485)

It would also be beneficial (but not required) if you have experience with some or all of the following systems and technologies:

  • Django web framework
  • Git source control
  • ITK medical image analysis toolkit
  • DICOM medical imaging protocol
  • Ubuntu Linux
  • Jenkins CI

You will be given a significant share of responsibility for the development of features of core Brainomix products, and an ability to work as part of a small team is essential. The role will also involve occasional contact with customers, so a positive attitude and excellent communication skills are important.

How to apply

If you wish to apply for this role please email your CV and a covering letter outlining your salary expectations and current notice period to Laura Kerley at careers@brainomix.com. The closing date for applications is Monday 26th February 2018.

Marketing Associate

The role

We are looking for an experienced Marketing Associate to work on a variety of high impact and highly innovative projects and campaigns for Brainomix. We require a dynamic individual with a strong media network and expertise in clinical messaging. The ideal candidate will have experience of developing and implementing PR and digital execution for clinically focused campaigns across different geographic markets. We’re looking for someone who thrives on developing engaging stories, sharing the positive impact of the company’s offer both to a general audience and also medical professionals.

Your skills

For this role you will need:

  • An understanding of clinical workflows; proven experience of working with clinicians and hospital communication teams
  • Ability to execute competitor analysis to inform PR strategy and to support product differentiation
  • Writing and producing impactful customer case studies; experience of interpreting scientific publications
  • Supporting company presence at conferences and health seminars
  • Experience of new product launch campaigns
  • Create comprehensive communications and social media strategy and tactics to better connect with company’s audience
  • Maintain the brand’s "voice" across all platforms
  • Design dynamic graphics for use on different media platforms to further enhance branding and messaging
  • Cultivate media relationships, including compiling and updating contact databases
  • Work closely with our product management, marketing, and sales team to field inquiries with key analysis that influences the direction of our product offerings as well as the way we market and sell them
  • Interact with executives to ensure messaging and positioning is appropriate, timely and consistent with overall strategy
  • Develop and edit print and electronic communications

Skills required:

  • 2-3 years of prior Public Relations experience with a Clinical messaging/Healthcare background.
  • A proven track record in delivering successful health-PR campaigns across multiple platforms.
  • Strong project management skills working across peers and teams.
  • Strong organizational and analytical skills – extremely high attention to detail, able to manage multiple time-sensitive projects concurrently.
  • Experience in forming quality media relationships and managing vendors.
  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills, attention to detail as well as exuding a highly professional presence.
  • Fast learner with passion for technology.
  • Qualified to degree level – BA/BS in Communications, Marketing, Public Relations, or Journalism are advantageous

How to apply

If you wish to apply for this role please email your CV and a covering letter outlining your salary requirements and current notice period to Laura Kerley at careers@brainomix.com. The closing date for applications is Monday 4th December. Interviews will be held in the week commencing 11th December.

Deep Learning Researcher

The role

We are looking for a first-class medical imaging researcher to join our technology team, developing cutting-edge image processing and deep learning algorithms to improve acute stroke diagnosis. You will take a leading role in researching the fundamental science and algorithms that contribute to the company’s core IP. This is an exciting opportunity to bring the latest medical imaging research into real-world use.

This role is a full-time, permanent position, based in Oxford, starting in May 2018 or as soon as possible thereafter. Applicants should have permission to work in the UK.

Your skills

You must have an excellent understanding of state of the art medical imaging technology, with a PhD in a relevant research area, or otherwise demonstrate outstanding research ability. Recent work with contrast and non-contrast CT, or MRI image analysis would be particularly desirable, especially in brain imaging or stroke-related fields. Other skills we are looking for include:

  • A good core knowledge of computer vision and image processing algorithms, particularly filtering, image registration and classification techniques
  • Experience with developing deep learning algorithms for image analysis
  • Active participation in the medical imaging research community
  • Programming expertise in Python
  • An ability to clearly communicate complex ideas and systems, both to technical colleagues (e.g. software developers) and non-technical audiences, both verbally and through graphical or textual content
  • An ability to generate creative ideas and solutions to real-world problems, based on a deep understanding of the problem domain
  • Data science skills, including data preparation, cleaning, and scripting

You will be given a significant share of responsibility for the underlying technology behind Brainomix products, and you should be able to work independently on complex problems. However, team members are expected to work together to find elegant solutions to issues from all areas of the company, so clear communication is vital.

How to apply

If you wish to apply for this role please email your CV and a covering letter outlining your salary expectations and current notice period to Laura Kerley at careers@brainomix.com. The closing date for applications is Monday 12th March 2018.