GROWING BIOTECH COMPANY SEEKS NUMERICAL ANALYST
Cambridge Temperature Concepts Ltd is one of the fastest-growing
start-ups in Cambridge, and is developing DuoFertility
www.duofertility.com, a revolutionary new fertility monitor (and
associated PC software) for women. They have been featured in newspapers
such as the Daily Telegraph and the Daily Mail as ‘one to watch’, and
their product is due to launch at the end of this year.
The job would entail automatic processing of the data from thousands of
the devices in the field, through the company’s web‐based interface. R
would be used for the back‐end along with SQL, and the presentation
would likely be done in PHP.
CTC is looking to recruit someone on an initial one-month contract, but
there is very strong potential for long-term work.
The candidate must have a solid background in statistics and
programming: they must have strong skills in R, moderate skills in web
based languages and database languages such as PHP and SQL. Previous
experience of statistical analysis of large amounts of data would be
ideal. Candidates must be self-motivated, with high technical competence
and good technical communication skills.
The salary for this position is approximately £14/hr gross.
If you'd like to apply, or find out more about these placements, please
send your CV to emma(a)talentburst.co.uk. Please note that, as part of the
recruitment process, you will be required to complete a test of your
technical competency set by CTC. This will be followed by a face-to-face
Talent Burst Ltd (www.talentburst.co.uk) is an exciting recruitment
company which offers university students and recent graduates a broad
range of unique, flexible and high-calibre placements at a range of
growing, entrepreneurial and ambitious companies. NOTE:, candidates must
not attempt to contact the hiring company directly. The name of the
company is provided so that you are able to familiarise yourself with
the company before deciding whether you are interested in the position.
However, Talent Burst Ltd are in charge of the recruitment process, and
any enquiries you have should come through us.
Treasurer and Systems Administration Co-ordinator
Oxford Computer Society
07746 388 044 // northie on OxIRC
Graphic Designer Wanted
The Oxford Wanderer is a new, student run magazine that has been set up
to publish your travel experiences. We publish entertaining and
informative contributions that have a new or unfamiliar take on a place
that you've visited.
The magazine is currently looking for someone with graphic design
experience to join our team. The successful candidate will be working
alongside the current Layout Editor and would be responsible for
creating some independent design features as well as digitising others'
concepts. It is expected that the successful candidate would have some
Photoshop or equivalent experience.
If you would like to make a smaller contribution we'd also love to hear
from you. Please send any articles, photos, or artwork that you would
like to share with us to: contributions(a)oxfordwanderer.com, or check out
our website: www.oxfordwanderer.com.
Our initial print run will be of 2500 copies, but we plan to expand this
after the first edition as surveys suggest that there is demand for
more. Currently we also expect to release editions on a termly basis.
Applicants should email the editor (editor(a)oxfordwanderer.com), briefly
describing any relevant experience.
The Oxford Wanderer