Careers at Cambridge Cognition

Across our teams of neuroscientists, software developers and business professionals, our diverse talent portfolio works together to improve the health of people around the world through better cognitive assessments and technologies to support clinical trials.

Why join the team?

We are passionate about what we do and the difference it can make. We support the incredible people we have across our business through individual career development, excellent compensation and benefits, as well as thriving to make our business a great place to work.

Make a Difference

Our work supports academic and clinical researchers develop new and improved treatments. Our assessments, software and technologies have reached over a million patients in more than 250 diseases.

Develop & Grow

Working together with your line manager, you’re in control of your personal development, professional training and career progression, supporting you in acquiring the skills you need to excel.

A Great Place to Work

Office-based, hybrid or remote, we are constantly looking for ways to improve our workplace to encourage better collaboration, creative thinking and supporting your mental wellbeing.

Hear from the team

Rachel Lees

R&D Intern

PhD student Rachel Lees joined Cambridge Cognition on an industry placement in May 2022. Here she reflects on her experience.

Francesca Cormack

Chief Scientist 

Q&A with our Chief Scientist’s about her career journey and why virtual clinical trials is such an exciting area.

Naomi McPartlan

Clinical Project Coordinator

We chatted to Naomi about her role, her career to date and what advice she has for anyone thinking of a career in clinical trials and health technology.

Benefits

Competitive paid holiday

Private healthcare

Pension scheme

Hybrid working

Share options

Mental health support

LinkedIn feed

Charity of the Year

Every year we select a charity to support, raising money through social activities, physical challenges, and volunteering opportunities. We are especially passionate about supporting charities that promote mental wellbeing and who provide support for people affected by neurological disorders – both the patients themselves and their families.

Ready to apply?

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Ready to apply?

Find your perfect role below and submit your covering letter and CV to hr@camcog.com.

As Legal Counsel, you will provide legal advice to the CFO, CEO, and Leadership teams. You will be the first point of contact for all legal support and will regularly collaborate with Commercial, Science, and Finance teams as well as others, particularly through reviewing commercial contract terms and supporting negotiations. You will be a key individual helping us to grow our business, while at the same time protecting our business security, helping to mitigate risks from reputational, legal, regulatory or compliance issues across our global footprint.

Working pattern: Full-Time – Monday to Friday – 37.5 hours per week
Work location: Office Based (note that the current expectation for office-based employees is a minimum of 2 days in the Bottisham office per week)

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