May 16 2018 16:00

Open to all students, from any discipline, from the University of Oxford and Oxford Brookes University

Looking to stay in Oxford after you graduate, or over the summer? This fair, co-hosted by The Careers Service, brings together employers and local start-up companies from across Oxfordshire, all with vacancies for full-time jobs or internships.  if you're interested in working with an Oxford startup, spinout or other company, come along and find out more at on Wednesday 16 May, at the Mathematical Institute in Oxford.  

There will be over 30 employers, from a range of sectors, looking to hire people with a variety of backgrounds and skills. There will also be a panel discussion before the event, called "Startups, Skills and Staying in Oxford", with speakers from Oxbotica, Serelay and MeVitae.

The panel starts at 4pm, with the fair running from 4:30-6:30pm.  

Come and chat to exhibiting recruiters, listed below. More information about each recruiter is available in the booklet handed out at the fair.

  • Adaptix Ltd
  • Animal Dynamics Ltd
  • Archangel Imaging and Archangel Lightworks
  • Aurora Energy Research Limited
  • BioCarbon Engineering Limited
  • Brill Power
  • Camerons Accountancy Ltd
  • Consultant Connect
  • Conversis
  • Diffblue
  • Edtopia
  • First Touch Games
  • Fourtold Ltd
  • Fuel3D
  • HT2 Labs Ltd
  • ICAEW
  • Jacari
  • LMC International Ltd
  • Metaboards
  • Newton Europe
  • Oodle Car Finance
  • Open Cosmos
  • Oxbotica
  • Oxehealth Limited
  • Oxford International College
  • Oxford international Education Group
  • Oxford Nanoimaging Ltd
  • Oxford Royale Academy
  • Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership (OxLEP)
  • OxMet Technologies
  • P1vital Limited
  • Pamoja Education
  • PROIMMUNE Limited
  • School Space
  • Serelay Ltd
  • The Society of Young Publishers
  • Spyre Labs
  • Teach First
  • thisislanguage.com
  • Torchbox
  • VeriVin Ltd

No registration necessary, just turn up on the day!


Panel Discussion: "Startups, Skills and Staying in Oxford"

Speaker bios:

Riham Satti, MeVitae
Aamir Aziz, Oxbotica
Roy Azoulay, Serelay
 
Riham Satti is a TEDx speaker, multi-award winning business leader, and entrepreneur. Recognised by Forbes as ‘Female Founder Taking the UK by Storm’, Riham’s main interests lie in leveraging technology to unleash human potential and human intelligence. She co-founded MeVitae in 2014, and now involved in several women in tech initiatives; founder of Linkedin’s Women in Tech group and director at TechTonic Women. Riham holds two postgraduate degrees – Clinical Neuroscience from the University of Oxford and a Master of Engineering in Biomedical Engineering from Imperial College London.
 
Aamir is a Senior Software Engineer at Oxbotica, with expertise in Computer Vision, Robotics and building large scale software systems. Aamir has lead a number of projects at Oxbotica, such as developing Oxbotica’s first 4×4 autonomous vehicle and proving the Selenium autonomy system in a range of environments – from cities and warehouses to quarries and off-road. He currently works on the localisation and mapping technology that is fundamental to all of Oxbotica's autonomous vehicles. His  research interests lie in robot vision and long-term localisation and mapping. Aamir completed his undergraduate degree in Engineering, Economics and Management at New College, Oxford University.

Roy is the Founder & CEO of Serelay, an Oxford based startup developing Trusted Media Capture – camera capture functionality for mobile phones in which the output media (photo/video) can be queried for authenticity of content (has one pixel changed since capture?) and context (when/where did the original capture event occur?). Prior to founding Serelay, Roy has set up Oxford University's startup incubator from idea to having taken in over 70 ventures, supporting $40M raised across the portfolio and the incubator's first 2 exits. Before coming to Oxford Roy held technical roles in Sansa Security an Israeli software startup which was later acquired by ARM. Roy holds BSc. degrees in Physics and Computer Science from Ben Gurion University and an Oxford University MBA. 

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