• Excellent command of written and spoken English.
• Interest in hospital workflows and infrastructure. You always wanted to look under the lid of hospital IT and meet the people who manage it.
• Good working knowledge of one programming language (Python, Scala, Java or JS).
• Proven ability to deploy web-based software on remote servers or the Cloud using Docker or similar.
• Working knowledge of the core AWS or Google Cloud services.
• Skills to carry out and script elementary Linux sysadmin tasks (bash, networking)
• Ability to travel up to 25% to trade shows, conferences and customer sites to support on-site deployments and demos in hospitals.
Desirable, one or more of these would be a definite plus:
• Passion for biomedical topics
• Previous collaborative software development experience (in industry, startup or open-source projects).
• Experience from a startup or a fast-growing company
• Prior experience and interest to learn more about clinical healthcare IT standards (e.g. DICOM, HL7, FIHR)
• Prior experience and interest to learn more about cyber-security, especially as applied to hospital and patient information.
• Love of strongly-typed languages.
What you can expect:
• Fast growth, ownership & high impact as one of first employees.
• Work with serial entrepreneurs & AI experts from the University of Oxford, and globally leading clinicians - authors of medical guidelines.
• Professional development opportunities in clinical & software engineering.
• Competitive salary and benefits, including the possibility of significant equity.
• Flexible working hours from the outset. Working location may be negotiable in the future.
• Great location in Oxford’s historical center: just 5 min walk to train station, 1h to central London.
• Work permit sponsorship to the most exceptional candidates.