Join the Lucida Team

Revolutionising Cancer Detection with AI

We are building a team of talented software engineers and researchers working in the domains of Artifical Intelligence, UI and medical imaging.

Being based in Cambridge, we are closely aligned with the research community both in the University and the Cambridge ecosystem.

Interested in joining our team?

Our current vacancies:

  • Software Development to Fight Cancer
  • Scientific Presales Consultant for Software to Fight Cancer

 

Software developer / senior developer (full-time or contract)

This position is for a Software Developer to work on the customer-facing aspects of our primary product – an interactive, web-based user interface which will present the results of our AI algorithms, allow users to seamlessly visualise and analyse the results, and create reports.

We work with a range of technologies spanning full stack, cloud, medical imaging and machine learning, and there will be opportunities to learn and develop your skills across these areas.

Key Skills and Essential Experience

  • Degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Maths or a related discipline
  • 2 years Python programming
  • 2 years of experience in at least one of the following: Linux (Ubuntu/Debian), cloud infrastructure (AWS, Azure and/or Google), virtualisation (VMware, Hyper-V etc) and/or Docker
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.

Preferred Skills and Experience

Experience in some of the following will be a bonus:

  • Programming in a production environment
  • Requirements capture
  • User interface design / user experience (UI/UX)
  • Front-end programming (Javascript, JS, Typescript, React, HTML/CSS)
  • Web backend technologies such as Flask, Django, PostGreSQL, MySQL, Redis, NoSQL
  • Enterprise software development
  • Enterprise medical imaging infrastructure (DICOM, PACS, RIS, EMR/EHR, HL7, FHIR)
  • Test-driven development, continuous integration and/or DevOps.

Ideal Candidate

The ideal candidate will be self-motived, good at problem-solving, able to work in a team and by themselves and to communicate complex technical ideas in simple terms. We are looking for someone who embraces agile principles and is happy to adapt to regulated medical device development.

A background in AI is not a prerequisite. You will be able to work with AI experts and a software platform that is already achieving state-of-the-art performance, to help radiologists find cancer more accurately and quickly.

Location

This role is full-time and UK-based. We support remote and hybrid working from our Cambridge offices. Some national and international travel will be required.

Application Process

Please apply directly to the Recruitment Manager at recruitment@lucidamedical.com, by sending us a CV and covering letter explaining how your skills and experience meet our requirements, outlining your background and why you are interested in this role. No agencies please.

Scientific presales for software to help fight cancer

This position is for a person to engage with prostate cancer experts to promote use of our cloud version of Pi to create an active community providing feedback and early adoption of our software.

Working closely with users you will develop your existing skills and knowledge to cover MRI, oncology imaging and machine learning. You will identify areas of collaboration and research we can exploit. This will include applying for sources of funding from grant bodies, research councils and industry.

Key Skills and Essential Experience

  • Degree in a STEM subject
  • Experience in a scientific or clinical research environment
  • Understanding of medical imaging, preferably MRI
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.

Preferred Skills and Experience

Experience in some of the following will be a bonus:

  • Understanding of image processing and deep learning algorithms
  • Digital marketing, social media or web development
  • Web analytics
  • CRM usage
  • Lead generation.

Ideal Candidate

The ideal candidate will be self-motived, good at problem-solving, able to work in a team and by themselves and to communicate complex technical ideas in simple terms. We are looking for someone who embraces agile principles and is happy to adapt to regulated medical device development.

Location

This role is full-time and UK-based. We support remote and hybrid working from our Cambridge offices. Some national and international travel will be required.

Application Process

Please apply directly to the Recruitment Manager at recruitment@lucidamedical.com, by sending us a CV and covering letter explaining how your skills and experience meet our requirements, outlining your background and why you are interested in this role. No agencies please.

 

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