WearOptimo™ (www.wearoptimo.com) is a biotechnology ‘skunkworks’ led by Mark Kendall, with the mission of advancing wearable healthcare sensing toward clinical outcomes. Our minimally-invasive and pain-free devices are applied to the skin, accessing key signals/information in the body. Our high-performance, interdisciplinary team comes from around the world, with expertise in technology, science and commercial backgrounds. We are united in our passion and commitment to help tackle important healthcare challenges with practical solutions.
We are continuing to grow WearOptimo’s™ exceptional R&D team, with three new roles:
In all positions we seek applicants who can find pragmatic innovative solutions to technical challenges in a fast-paced enterprise/start-up environment, with limited resources and time. Additionally, experience with R&D in commercial enterprises, and/or translating technologies out of an academic setting into a commercial environment would be a distinct advantage.
If the idea of working at WearOptimo™ is of interest, and you think you would be an excellent fit with any of these roles, then please click on an appropriate role advertised below to submit your application. Applications close on July 2, 2019.
Take part in developing new wearables for clinical medicine – taking our sensors and driving our product from the laboratory to clinical trials and to commercial healthcare technologies. Put your skills to work on something that matters – not incremental – and will have a big impact, save lives and change healthcare.
You will be developing the electronic instrumentation for our sensors and wearable platform as part of a multidisciplinary team of scientists and engineers. Additionally, signal processing and analysis will be part of this role. Put your skills to work on something that matters – not incremental – and will have a big impact, save lives and change healthcare.
Use your experience in cleanroom nano/micro fabrication on the design, modelling, fabrication and testing of new MEMS wearable sensors for medicine. Put your skills to work on something that matters – not incremental – and will have a big impact, save lives and change healthcare.