Careers at Neuronostics

At Neuronostics our team is growing as we expand our technical development and market validation. We are looking for individuals motivated by our cause and who want to work in a dynamic and collaborative work environment, where curiosity and innovation are encouraged and rewarded.

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Current Opportunities

Lead Software Engineer

Neuronostics is looking for a talented engineer to join the team at our current stage of having a regulated product on the UK market, and seeking to maintain a good service for our customers, as well as build upon the existing functionality.
Up to £85k DoE

Chief Medical Officer

As our chief medical officer, you will be a practising neurologist or consultant neurophysiologist with a strong interest in how new technologies can be developed and deployed in healthcare settings. You will be motivated by a desire to optimise diagnosis and management of neurological conditions. With a strong understanding of epilepsy and differential conditions, you will additionally lead the company’s journey into other neurological conditions such as traumatic brain injury and dementia. You will have a strong clinical network and be comfortable negotiating with key stakeholders. We envisage you continuing to hold a role within the NHS or another private healthcare provider.

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At Neuronostics we are driving the innovation and science of digital biomarkers. We are on a mission to improve the lives of people with neurological conditions. If this mission resonates with you, please send us your CV at

Working at Neuronostics

We are based at the Engine Shed in the heart of Bristol. Conveniently located by Temple Meads Station, we are a part of the internationally recognised SetSquared incubator. It’s an exciting place to work and our success means we are growing rapidly.

"At Neuronostics we focus on careers, not jobs. Working collaboratively, we want to empower you to achieve your goals and through that achieve our mission: a better life for people with neurological conditions."

Professor John Terry
Managing Director