Full time, Permanent
London, Remote
Posted 1 year ago
About the role We are seeking a full-time Business Development Manager to join our fast-growing health-tech startup. The ideal candidate is a natural problem solver with a passion for building relationships and achieving structured goals on a monthly basis. The role involves one-to-one interactions with prospects, so candidates must have excellent communication skills (both written and verbal) and strong interpersonal skills. As a Business Development Manager, you will be responsible for expanding our customer base by generating and nurturing leads, leading commercial plans, and building relationships with potential customers. If you are a results-driven individual with an entrepreneurial mindset and a desire to succeed, we would love to hear from you! Job description You will be given the opportunity to play a critical role in the company. Your role will directly report into a CEO. Your day-to-day activities will include:  Conducting market research and analysis to identify and create detailed business plans for commercial opportunities.  Understanding the needs of existing customers and nurturing relationships to ensure customer satisfaction and retention.  Generating and nurturing new leads through various channels.  Building relationships with potential customers via phone, email, and Zoom.  Negotiating contracts and terms of business with clients.  Attending industry events and conferences to network and generate leads. Specifications  Entrepreneurial mindset  Previous NHS or public sector experience is a huge plus  Experience of commercial delivery, leadership, management and the ability to think strategically  Experience in sales and client acquisition, CRM management  Track record of directly contributing to the growth or value of a business  Great willingness to learn and challenge yourself  Great interest in healthcare sector  Excellent verbal and written communication skills. What is MedQ? MedQ is a secure digital platform that helps clinicians to transition from paper assessment collection to remote patient monitoring. As a health-tech startup, MedQ has demonstrated great organic growth within the first year of trading and received interest from multiple NHS and private healthcare organisations. The team has recently received an investment to accelerate the growth and is passionate about bringing innovation to the healthcare industry and challenging the old-fashioned ways of thinking. Company vision MedQ empowers healthcare staff to use technology when they need it. We believe that by making technology more available, we can help to make a positive change. The goal of MedQ is to significantly contribute to the improvement of patient care in the UK. We want to provide an exceptional customer service and be the platform both clinicians and patients can trust. Why work at MedQ? If you are an ambitious professional, eager to maximise your potential, this is the right place for you. Compared to corporate environments, we believe in helping you thrive in what you are good at instead of fitting your job role in a box. We provide greater flexibility catering to your needs and increased recognition of your achievements. Other benefits include: -Performance based bonus -Performance based equity in the company -Flexible working hours -Remote working -Optional office space in Kings Cross, London -Promotion opportunities -An awesome team culture Additional benefits We’re also a part of Digital.Health London, UCL Innovation & Enterprise and Capital Enterprise startup programmes. They bring a wealth of expertise and provide a range of mentoring, learning and networking opportunities. Our values and culture 1. Innovation. We commit to our mission in making the technology more available and accessible. We embrace new ideas and are constantly seeking to improve both ourselves and our products. 2. Communication. We communicate early and often. We speak candidly and treat others respectfully. We’re transparent and always default to open communication. 3. Flexibility. We love the differences that people can bring and appreciate that everyone’s needs are unique. We embrace different ideas, perspectives and ways of working. Inclusivity statement At MedQ, we believe that diversity and inclusion are critical components for building a successful and innovative team. We value the unique perspectives and experiences that each individual brings to the table, and recognize that our differences are what make us stronger.

Job Features

Salary£35k - 45k
Hoursfull time
Contractpermanent
Application Close31 July 2023

About the role We are seeking a full-time Business Development Manager to join our fast-growing health-tech startup. The ideal candidate is a natural problem solver with a passion for building relatio...

Full time, Permanent
Hybrid, Sheffield
Posted 1 year ago
Gold Standard Phantoms (GSP) is an established spin-out company from University College London,operating within the medical imaging industry. We develop, manufacture and sell specialised test objects, called phantoms, and advanced image analysis software services for use in testing the performance of MRI scanners and ensure that they operate in a standardised way. Our devices are used by clinicians, medical physicists, and radiographers around the world, empowering them to improve the quality of the MRI images they produce to diagnose illness, and investigate and research disease and new therapies. The company is entering a new growth phase, with the planned release of new products in the pipeline, and is establishing a new base in Sheffield, South Yorkshire. This year, we will be developing a platform technology to address a limitation of MRI systems and by doing so, increase cancer diagnosis accuracy. Our success in this mission has the potential to improve cancer patient diagnosis, prognosis, and quality of live, whilst having huge savings benefits for worldwide healthcare systems. Role overview: We are currently looking for an experienced Python Developer to join our growing MedTech organisation made up of a team of engineers, scientists, and clinicians that are on a mission to enable medical imaging to move to a quantitative and reproducible scientific measurement methodology in order to revolutionise the field of radiology. Responsibilities include participating in all phases of the software development lifecycle, working within the product development team, assisting with the R&D and design of new products, as well as maintaining the product life cycle of existing products. You will play a key role in developing and releasing new technologies to all of our stakeholders, including our research and clinical customers, and even internally in the form of software tooling and IT infrastructure to help improve our productivity. If you’re a seasoned Python developer with a love for back-end technologies, we’d like to meet you. Your ultimate goal is to create high-quality products that meet an important clinical need. We are looking for someone who:
  • enjoys working in startup environments,
  • likes solving complex and interesting engineering problems,
  • thrives in taking a systematic and methodical, test-driven approach to solving problems to ensure future product success,
  • can develop and release software services,
  • can get our software in the hands of our customers and the rest of our team,
  • can help evolve our way of working. We aim to continuously improve.
  • has an appreciation for the requirement to take on an evolving set of responsibilities as our company grows,
  • wants to make a meaningful contribution to improving patient quality of life.
For this position, the following requirements apply:
  • solid Python developer with 3+ years of commercial product development experience,
  • experience in using GIT, Jira (or similar) and CI/DevOps,
  • is comfortable distributing and deploy software in one or more forms (microservices, Python
  • wheels, command line/GUI executables, Git repos, etc),
  • attention to detail and a willingness to engage with our stakeholders.
In addition, we consider it an asset if you also have:
  • experience processing medical image file formats, such as DICOM or NIfTI, or interfacing with
  • medical imaging platforms/infrastructure, such as PACS or XNAT.
  • experience integrating software with existing APIs/services, and/or writing services/APIs (REST, gRPC, GraphQL etc.),
  • experience with containers, container deployment and Linux,
  • comfort in setting up and managing IT systems (back-ups, file-sharing, system monitoring, proxys, remote access, etc) - do you run your own Homelab?
  • previous experience in microservices architectures,
  • has worked within an ISO 9001, ISO/IEC/IEEE 12207 or ISO 13485 compliant quality management system,
  • experience working within an agile environment,
  • experienced in the development/deployment of software medical devices.
What's on offer:
  • salary commensurate with experience, up to £70,000
  • full-time permanent position with 25 days annual leave + bank holidays
  • Hours of work: 40 per week
  • hybrid working (2-3 days-a-week in the Sheffield office)
  • flexible working hours and start times
  • an allowance to help you set up your home office
  • budget for any relevant training or courses
  • an opportunity to join a rapidly growing team
  • share options as per our equity incentive plan
  • cycle to work scheme (Green Commute Initiative)
Apply today to be considered for this excellent opportunity! The post is available immediately. It will be offered subject to a probationary period of 6 months and satisfactory references. When applying for this role, please provide your CV along with a cover letter and any examples you have of previous hands-on experience (GitHub portfolio if available). Submissions and direct enquiries about the position can be made to: jobs@goldstandardphantoms.com

Job Features

Salary50k-70k
Hours40hrs/week
ContractPermanent
Application Closeurgently required

Gold Standard Phantoms (GSP) is an established spin-out company from University College London,operating within the medical imaging industry. We develop, manufacture and sell specialised test objects,...

Full time, Permanent
Sheffield
Posted 1 year ago
Gold Standard Phantoms is currently looking for a Continuous Improvement Manager to join our growing MedTech organisation based in Sheffield, made up of a multidisciplinary team including engineers, scientists and clinicians that are on a mission to enable medical imaging to save more lives by improving its precision. The Continuous Improvement Manager is a newly created role within Gold Standard Phantoms, reporting to the Chief Executive Officer and with strong ties to the engineering and quality teams. You will lead Continuous Improvements across the entire organisation, covering all operating aspects of the business. Using your technical, leadership and people skills, you will drive improvements that meet and exceed the expectations of our team and partners. You are passionate about the development of others and demonstrate this through training and mentoring teams in the very latest quality methodologies and tools. We are looking for someone who
  • Assesses, monitors, and enhances business performance.
  • Analyses the efficiency and costs of existing business processes, identifying areas of improvement and facilitating change.
  • Develops process improvements, implements changes in workflows, structures, and teams to
  • increase productivity.
  • Has experience implementing the latest management methodologies.
  • Troubleshoots and improving new processes.
  • Updates process and procedure policies.
  • Takes leadership and ownership.
  • Ensures that team members have buy-in and are trained and mentored to be able to use these new systems.
  • Establishes the norms and standards of company performance.
  • Leads the implementation of the company’s quality management system.
  • Takes a high level operational view of the entire company.
For this position, the following requirements apply
  • Five years or more practical experience in Continuous Improvement Management, process
  • optimisations, operations, business management.
  • Has delivered business change, with specific practical experience in assessing, analysing,
  • developing, documenting, and implementing processes and procedures
  • A sharp eye for identifying weak points in processes and organisational structures.
  • Excellent planning and organisation skills, structured in approach
  • Excellent communicator at all levels of the organisation.
  • Strong influencer of people both at a senior and wider team levels
  • Strong collaborator - history of being a team player and team builder
  • A thorough understanding of the latest process enhancement strategies.
  • A strategic and analytical mindset.
  • Dynamic thinking and problem-solving abilities.
  • Leadership and mentoring skills.
  • Capability to work unsupervised as well as a self-starter and highly self-motivated
  • Ability to adapt and change in a dynamic working environment
  • Confidence in your abilities to lead organisation change.
In addition, we consider it an asset if you have
  • Experience working within an ISO 9001 or ISO 13485 compliant quality management system.
  • Advanced knowledge of business management software systems (for example Jira).
  • LEAN Six Sigma Yellow Belt
  • A graduate degree in business or MBA.
  • Experience within manufacturing or software lifecycle
  • Experience in leading organisational change in one or more of the following departments:
  • research and development, production and manufacturing, software development, shipping and logistics, quality assurance and regulatory compliance.
  • Excellent Project Management skills and qualification (Prince 2, PMI etc)
What’s on offer
  • Salary commensurate with experience, up to £50,000 - £60,000
  • Permanent full-time-position with 25 days of annual leave plus bank holidays.
  • Parental leave.
  • Flexible working hours and start times.
  • Opportunity to join a rapidly growing team.
  • Share options as per our equity incentive plan.
  • Cycle to Work scheme (Green Commute Initiative).
  • Ad hoc learning courses (TrainingSensei, Blinkist)

Job Features

Salary50-60k
Hours40hrs/week
ContractPermanent
Application Closeurgently required

Gold Standard Phantoms is currently looking for a Continuous Improvement Manager to join our growing MedTech organisation based in Sheffield, made up of a multidisciplinary team including engineers, s...

Full time, Permanent
Remote, Sheffield
Posted 1 year ago
We are Productive Machines Limited, a spin out company from the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre. Our aim is to help the machining industry reach the best part, faster, first time and we are on the search for Machining Physics Developers to accelerate the development of products that the machining industry needs.

What you’ll be doing

You will be driving machining excellence through undertaking the following:
  • Working with machine tools to understand and model their behaviour.
  • Developing technologies to model cutting mechanics and dynamics.
  • Undertaking research and developing technologies to predict process characteristics such as cutting forces, torques, vibrations etc.
  • Running offsite and onsite customer projects.
  • Supporting the development of machine learning models to achieve autonomy in process planning and control.
You will be a part of our core technical development team, working with and reporting to the Chief Technical Officer and Chief Software Architect.

What skills & experience you’ll bring to us

Necessities
  • You will have experience and knowledge in modelling cutting mechanics and dynamics, most likely gained whilst acquiring your Masters/ PhD degree
  • You will be an advanced Matlab programmer
  • You should have experience in running machining trials, collecting data from dynamometer, accelerometer, microphone, CNC controller and processing the data
  • You enjoy working autonomously, seeking feedback and updating on progress without requiring intensive supervision and have good fluency in English, both written and spoken.
Advantageous to have
  • Experience in programming Computer Aided Manufacturing models in CAM software such as Siemens NX, CATIA, HyperMill and Autodesk PowerMill for machining and posting CAM files to G Code
  • Programming experience in C++, Java and Python
  • Knowledge and experience in Machine learning and condition monitoring would be helpful
  • Ability to carry out tap testing would be great
  • Knowledge of Git (Github or Bitbucket) would be useful

What we offer you

We offer a competitive salary, stakeholder pension and 25 days holiday a year plus 8 English Public holidays per year - and not forgetting an additional day off for your birthday so you can spend it how you wish. We operate a hybrid working model based in our office in Sheffield, with flexible working to enhance the productivity, comfort and the well-being of our employees. International applicants are welcome.

Want to apply? Get in touch today

If the above sounds like the perfect job for you or you would like to find out more about what other roles we have on offer then please send a copy of your CV and covering email to careers@productivemachines.co.uk

Job Features

Salary£ competitive
Hoursfull time
Contractpermanent
Application Closeopen ended

We are Productive Machines Limited, a spin out company from the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre. Our aim is to help the machining industry reach the best part, faster, f...

Full time, Permanent
Remote, Sheffield
Posted 1 year ago

Productive Machines

We are Productive Machines Limited, a spin out company from the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre. Our aim is to help the machining industry reach the best part, faster, first time and we are on the search for Software Developers to accelerate the development of products that the machining industry needs

What you’ll be doing

You will be driving software development for machining excellence through undertaking the following:
  • Programming the cutting mechanics and dynamics models
  • Developing & programming software packages and protocols for the digital twin, data acquisition, transfer, processing etc.
  • Increasing code efficiency through parallelisation (For instance, OpenMP, MPI and Cuda).
  • Working with machine tool controllers to acquire data, process and learn from the data.
  • Working with Computer Aided Manufacturing Software to design and develop software which enhances the customer experience.
  • Supporting the development of machine learning models to increase capabilities of the solutions.
You will be a part of our core technical development team, working and reporting to the Chief Software Architect and the Chief Technical Officer.

What skills & experience you’ll bring to us

Necessities
  • You will have experience and knowledge in programming in C++ and C#, most likely gained whilst acquiring your undergraduate/ Masters/ PhD degree.
  • Experience in developing standalone software.
  • Conversant in Matlab programming.
  • Experience in working with agile software development platforms, such as Jira.
  • You enjoy working autonomously, seeking feedback and updating on progress without requiring intensive supervision.
  • Knowledge of Git (Github or Bitbucket) or similar.
Advantageous to have
  • Experience in programming Computer Aided Manufacturing models in CAM software such as Siemens NX, CATIA, HyperMill and Autodesk PowerMill for machining.
  • Experience in working with controllers (would be great if you worked on a CNC machine tool controller) and established data transfer.
  • Experience in edge computing and building onsite/ private servers
  • Experience in Java, Python, AWS and .NET language would be excellent.
  • Knowledge and experience in Machine learning and condition monitoring would be very helpful.

What we offer you

We offer a competitive salary, stakeholder pension and 25 days holiday a year plus 8 English Public holidays per year - and not forgetting an additional day off for your birthday so you can spend it how you wish. We operate a hybrid working model based in our office in Sheffield, with flexible working to enhance the productivity, comfort and the well-being of our employees. International applicants are welcome.

Want to apply? Get in touch today

If the above sounds like the perfect job for you or you would like to find out more about what other roles we have on offer then please send a copy of your CV and covering email to careers@productivemachines.co.uk

Job Features

Salary£competitive
Hoursfull time
Contractpermanent
Application Closeopen ended

Productive Machines We are Productive Machines Limited, a spin out company from the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre. Our aim is to help the machining industry reach the ...