Are you ready to join the fight against cancer and improve the lives of millions?
Engineer data pipelines that feed our deep learning AI?
Be on the frontline of deploying our latest applications to our clinical partners and customers?
Join the Optellum team and help us shape the cancer care of tomorrow!
Software Engineer Infrastructure/Systems (Medical Software)
- Help bring to market AI solutions that will improve cancer care in thousands of hospitals.
- Deploy and configure product releases to cloud and partner sites.
- Engineer company computing infrastructure: security, scalability and cost-effectiveness.
- Develop, maintain and deploy data pipeline tooling, from sourcing to curation.
We are looking for people who:
- Are passionate, have initiative and produce high quality work.
- Have strong problem solving & analytical skills, while being at ease handling multiple responsibilities at once.
- Are strong communicators who positively influence a small, highly productive team.
Required, you must have:
- Proven ability to deploy web-based software on remote servers and on the Cloud using Docker or similar.
- Working knowledge of the core AWS or Google Cloud services.
- Programming in scripting and database languages.
- Skills to carry out and script elementary Linux sysadmin tasks (bash, networking)
- Data analysis skills to support the effective import, verification, edition and audit of data.
- Excellent command of written and spoken English.
Desirable, one or more of these would be a definite plus:
- Curious about hospital workflows and infrastructure. You always wanted to look under the lid of hospital IT and meet the people who manage it.
- 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.
What we offer:
- 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 possibility of 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.