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Offline sean_monaghan

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We are looking for engineers to join our team in developing portable brain imaging to diagnose brain injuries at point of care. We have several roles for electronics engineers (both digital and analogue) and mechanical/optical engineers. Details for all roles are here.

Brain injuries are the second largest cause of death globally. Cortirio aim to save lives by developing low-cost, wearable brain imaging to diagnose brain injuries at the bedside or the roadside.

We’re developing cutting edge infrared imaging that uses a high density emitter-sensor array in a challenging signal to noise environment.

You’ll be joining a tight-knit team with a good mix of autonomous and collaborative work. We recently won funding from the National Institute of Health Research and we’re growing rapidly.
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Offline Andy Watson

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Re: Electronics, DSP, mechanical and optical engineer roles (London, UK)
« Reply #1 on: July 07, 2021, 04:03:54 pm »
"Details for all roles here" ...  at least they might be if you'd embeded the link without the quotation marks ;)

https://cortirio.com/#hiring
 
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Offline sean_monaghan

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Re: Electronics, DSP, mechanical and optical engineer roles (London, UK)
« Reply #2 on: July 07, 2021, 04:59:50 pm »
Whoops! That serves me right for not checking when swapping back to bb code rather than markdown!
 

Offline RJHayward

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Re: Electronics, DSP, mechanical and optical engineer roles (London, UK)
« Reply #3 on: July 09, 2021, 04:06:14 am »
Hey, guys:
   Please don't force me to sign up a GOOGLE ACCOUNT !!!
   ARRRRG !
   (I use another semi-monopoly for email)
Oh well... See ya'll later
 

Offline sean_monaghan

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Re: Electronics, DSP, mechanical and optical engineer roles (London, UK)
« Reply #4 on: July 09, 2021, 02:33:21 pm »
The forms for technical experience shouldn't require a Google account? Though it is their suite we're using for in-house (non-tech) documents
 

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Re: Electronics, DSP, mechanical and optical engineer roles (London, UK)
« Reply #5 on: July 12, 2021, 04:35:11 am »
Sean: (respectfully, hope first name is OK here)
  I tried to place a couple entries, on work experience, and here is what happened:
    Clicked in the highlighted 'provide background details' and (smart phone) screen went to
   "docs.google.com" plus it noted 'must be signed in'.
Sooo, I clicked on 'SIGN IN', and the familiar Google dialog on that page offered to let me use 'my Google email' account. The pretense being that only Google provides email. Actually, I use yahoo, but that won't work. Some folks ask what's the big deal ?
   I have email, and previously spent lots of time / energy simply trying to put 'Yahoo' system email, on my Google phone. All personal 'pet peeves' aside, this is business, right ?
   And so, to conduct my/our business I am required to drop my email carrier, and re-adopt the Google carrier / host. What happens, when Yahoo takes that tactic: forcing only user@yahoo.com as (a job applicant). Then, I would switch back, I suppose.
   But I don't, instinctively, comply. It's an animal instinct, perhaps. Ever try to push a cat through a doorway, into a room, no obvious danger anyway?
Maybe over-reacting in this post, sorry, but it's business
and I simply react to mandatory where there is no common sense justification.
Plus, I had a bit of extra time, to extend courtesy of explanation, (rather than simply walking away.)
Thank you.  - Rick
 

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Re: Electronics, DSP, mechanical and optical engineer roles (London, UK)
« Reply #6 on: July 12, 2021, 11:36:16 am »
Hi Rick (happy with first names, but also thanks for asking!)

I've just tried the process again going via incognito windows this time, and see the login prompt now -- hadn't realised that bug was baked in to how Google Forms works. Thanks for taking the time to break down what was happening at your end.
 
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Re: Electronics, DSP, mechanical and optical engineer roles (London, UK)
« Reply #7 on: July 12, 2021, 01:45:45 pm »
Hi fellas, and gals:
   Sorry, I forgot to give helpfull tip, regarding the three job experience catagories, just mentioned:
   The first two items got me further when I clicked, butthe third did not:
  That was "SeniorEngineer, for Mixed signals" choice.

(My excuse: I've got two rambunctious PUPPIES in the house: MAJOR DISTRACTIONS (lol).
 


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