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

Business Development Officer

As a Business Development Officer at Neuronostics, you will help shape our commercial strategy by working closely with our cross-functional teams. You will analyse markets, develop business cases and define product requirements whilst building brand awareness and market traction. Crucially, as the company grows, you will have the opportunity to develop and focus in areas that align with your skills, interests and personal career goals.
£30k - £38k (DoE)

Senior Software Engineer

Neuronostics is revolutionising diagnosis and prognosis of neurological conditions. We create algorithms and software which can be used to aid medical professionals gain more value from EEG data than ever before. Seeking: Mid/Senior Fullstack Engineer Stack: Python, Django, postgres, HTMX, terraform, AWS Role involves: Working alongside the CTO as the second engineer to take scientific code from our science team and get it in to the hands of our customers, help to build out the rest of the tech team.
£50k - £60k (DoE)

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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