MedTech Recruitment

Our transferrable technology recruitment experience has proved valuable to companies working across Medtech, Biotech and Healthtech with a desire to harness the contacts and knowledge of an engineering-led hiring Consultancy able to tap into connections, candidate assessment and deliver time saving expertise. 

Businesses working in the Cleantech, Cyber Security and AI and Data Analytics sectors have traditionally made similar decisions to partner with RWA for their technology recruitment.

For Data Scientists, Back End Developers, DevOps, Deep Learning Researchers, PhD level Research Engineers…these are IT specialists we recruit 7 days a week! It is all we do!

Our aim is for a job offer for every 2 candidates shortlisted. 

Taking care of tech recruitment within MedTech and Biotech.

MedTech Careers

A strong growth in market interest in medical technology (MedTech), biotechnology (Biotech), healthcare technology (Healthtech) and Digital Health companies - driven by an ageing population, a global pandemic and increased healthcare spending - has seen the UK companies in London, Oxford and Cambridge, leading the way in the development of:

  • medical devices

  • diagnostics and monitoring software

  • digital health tech

  • pharmaceutical manufacturing technologies

  • healthtech startups

  • medtech startups

This trend has seen MedTech and Biotech companies latch on to RWA’s 30+ year track record in software engineering / IT recruitment, twinned with our sector expertise in AI; Data analytics and with startups and scaleups.

 

Remote Working: Coronavirus Could Cause a Permanent Shift to Home Working

The Coronavirus pandemic could result in the permanent move to remote working for many people, as companies are forced to encourage home working to slow down the spread of the Covid-19 virus.

After being forced to set-up a home office and get used to using cloud remote working tools, employees will be reluctant to return to commuting to the office 5 days a week and asking if they need to do this. This might be an opportunity for huge change in the way we work.

Weaker Pound Secures Record Investment in UK Tech Sector

Fast-growing UK tech companies secured a record £5.5bn in foreign investment in the first seven months of this year, according to research for the government’s digital economy council. The study for the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) revealed that the UK has overtaken the US for the amount of investment per capita.

Funding growth was driven by US and Asian investment in private companies valued at more than $1bn, such as a renewable energy company Ovo Energy and takeaway business Deliveroo.

Women In Tech

Further to National Women’s Day on the 8th March, RWA delves into statistics to find that women are a minority in modern day tech. Despite the fact that women have always been instrumental in technology development, according to a survey by PwC, only 15% of employees in STEM roles in the UK are women and only 3% of females say that a career in tech is their first choice.

London is Home to More Software Developers than any other European City

The UK is no longer the top European destination for foreign workers - results from the Decoding Global Talent 2018 report by the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) and The Network have shown. Germany has replaced it as the European country most job seekers would consider moving to and Germany is now the second most popular work destination worldwide, behind the US.

AI’s Impact on UK Jobs In The Future #2

The CBI is calling on the government to establish a joint commission tasked with examining the impact of AI on people and jobs across all sectors of the UK economy.

Based on research it conducted into the way that technology is changing the way we live and work, the CBI said recently that it had identified three technologies - AI, Blockchain and the Internet of Things - that are set to move from the fringes to the mainstream within the next five years.

Oxford’s Tech Sector Moves Into Second Place Behind London

Oxford’s growing technology sector has helped it move into second place, behind London, in a table of UK cities ranked by total economic output.

According to the Q4 2017 UK Powerhouse report, Oxford’s output was valued at £498m and its economy £8.3bn, a rise of 2.2% in the 12 months to the end of June.

The report was produced by law firm Irwin Mitchell and the Centre for Economics and Business Research and estimates growth and job creation across 45 UK cities.

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