Virtual Jobs & Careers Fair [Webinar]
Our Cambridge Network virtual jobs & careers fair will bring you up to speed with many of the most recent job vacancies in the area.
|Date||Friday 14th May 2021|
|Times||11.00 am onwards|
This all-day event is FREE for jobs seekers and will include company presentations and careers workshops, designed to assist you with your jobs search.
11 am - 11.10 am - Introduction from Claire Angus, Head of recruitment gateway at Cambridge Network. The virtual jobs & careers fair opens
11.10 am - 11.40 am - Headline sponsors Mission Therapeutics to give a company overview. Mission Therapeutics is an early-stage drug development company targeting the ubiquitin pathway for the treatment of kidney disease, neurodegenerative disease, rare mitochondrial diseases, and fibrosis. They have openings for a Scientist / Senior Scientist – Target Validation, a Scientist, Assay Development & Screening (12 Month Fixed Term Contract), and a Head of Clinical Pharmacology & Pharmacometrics.
11.40 am - 12.10 pm - PitPat Ltd gives a company introduction and shares their current vacancies for talented Software Developers, Cambridge-based or remote. Find out how you can join PitPat's growing team of incredibly smart app/cloud developers working on the current "must-have" accessory for dog owners.
12.10 pm - 12.40 pm - Jo Stansfield - Founder & Director of Inclusioneering Ltd and Gerald Carew - Founding Director of interSTEM recruitment join for a discussion around Diversity, Inclusion, and unconscious bias in recruitment.
This interactive session will cover flexible working, family situations, how to avoid unconscious bias during the application and interview process.
12.40 pm - 1.10 pm - PolyChord, Cambridge Network members and spin-out from Cambridge University in 2017. They are a Cambridge-based data science company with unique new technology, enjoying early growth. Join PolyChord CEO Mike Handley as he gives a company presentation with Q&A. They have openings for Data Scientists.
1.10pm - 1.30pm - Virtual Lunch break
1.30 pm - 2.10 pm - A workshop with Katherine Wiid - Career Management Coach and founder of Career Ambitions - Understanding Career Cycles: Careers traditionally had a beginning, a middle, and an end. But as we are increasingly changing careers during our lifetime, we will have more endings and beginnings than ever before. Learn how to recognise where you are in your career cycle, where you want to be, and how to turn unexpected endings into new opportunities.
2.10pm - 2.40pm - Synaptics company presentation by Lewis Turner recruitment Manager. Synaptics recently acquired Displaylink. Join this session to hear about their technology and current vacancies, including Test Engineer, R&D DevOps Engineer, Test Engineer, and C++ Software Engineer.
2.40pm - 2.50pm - Virtual Coffee break
2.50 pm - 3.20 pm - Sartorius, a company presentation.
Sartorius empowers scientists and engineers to simplify and accelerate progress in life science and bioprocessing, enabling the development of new and better therapies and more affordable medicine. They are a magnet and dynamic platform for pioneers and leading experts in our field. They bring creative minds together for a common goal: technological breakthroughs that lead to better health for more people. Nearly 11,000 employees at more than 60 production and sales locations worldwide are committed to this vision. Current job openings include Software Engineer, Front End Software Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Electronics System Engineer, Category Manager, Project Quality Planning Engineer, Master Data Specialist, Programme Manager, Product Manager, Product Manager Support, Customer Acquisition Specialist, Sales Development Representative, and a Talent Recruiter.
3.20 pm - 3.50pm - ThoughtRiver, a company presentation. ThoughtRiver addresses a fundamental problem for lawyers: you simply don’t know which part of a contract to focus on without reading it all. Their pre-screening technology automates this review process by reading the contract, answering key questions, suggesting what to do next. It works by deploying a sophisticated machine learning and natural language processing (NLP) engine which understands the contract at the sentence level. The Lexible framework then asks and answers thousands of individual questions of that contract to build a detailed picture of the obligations and rights within it. ThoughtRiver currently have openings for a Product Designer, Customer Success Manager USA, Legal Engineer and a Technical Operations and Support Engineer.
3.50pm - 4pm - Final Q & A and close
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