Who we are

SFR Medical provides written medical reports for UK police forces to use in the investigation and conviction of violent crimes. We have been in existence for over a year – our proprietary solution has resulted in 3,500 reports and reduced waiting times for the production of medical reports from several months to five days (and at times to less than one hour).

What we’re looking for

We’re looking for someone with strong organisational and customer service skills who has the desire to be a part of a social entrepreneurial venture. The CRM is an integral position to our business as you will be the day-to-day contact for our clients, who are UK police officers. A key to your success will be your ability to build relationships and trust with both our clients as well as hospital secretaries. The secretaries provide the data that we need to write the reports that the police request, so it’s essential to maintain a good rapport with them.

You must be extremely detail-oriented with a positive, can-do attitude, and willing to learn. It’s essential that everything you present is professional, grammatically correct, timely, and authentic.

Attending training (which we provide) is mandatory.

Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Monitor and track all report requests (via email and our proprietary software platform)
  • Interface with police officers and hospital secretaries
  • Assign reports to medical transcribers
  • Coordinate quality checks for the Head of Operations/COO
  • Collect feedback from all points of contact
  • Use Hubspot to track contacts and interactions
  • Assist in the creation of monthly invoices
  • Attend weekly on-site company meeting in person

Other things to note:

You will be handling extremely sensitive information, so you will need to adhere to specific security and safety protocols, as well ensure that your actions are GDPR compliant.

We are looking to fill both part-time (4 – 5 hours/day) at £800/month, as well as a full-time (7.5 – 8 hours/day) at £1,500/month, positions. Each position will start as an initial 3-month contract to be expanded to longer term after the trial period is completed.

Applications will be taken on a rolling basis, and start dates are contingent on how long the interview process takes. Candidates can expect to meet with 2 – 4 current SFR Medical employees as well as partake in a writing exercise.

Both paid positions have enormous potential upside, ranging from the ability to make a real impact on the criminal justice system to getting experience in an early-stage entrepreneurial venture with founders who are passionate about what we’re doing.

Work can be performed remotely, on a computer that we will provide.

How to apply

Please send your CV and a short cover letter, highlighting why you’re interested in this role and/or what experience you have that is relevant, to contact@sfrmedical.com.

About us

SFR Medical is a social entrepreneurial MedTech start-up based in London.

Victims of violent crimes often don’t get justice because the system fails – there is a communication and data gap between UK police forces and the NHS. Through an innovative and secure solution, we navigate the interface between the two government entities to provide medical evidence, evidence which is needed to charge a suspect with a crime and bring them to justice.

Our trained medical transcribers translate medical notes into court-ready evidence that is provided to the police at a price that is affordable, in a time frame that is acceptable, and with the quality that is needed. In doing so, we save lives by preventing revenge crimes and criminal justice system failures. We have reduced medical evidence processing times by up to 96%, a statistic we hope to improve through the introduction of an end-to-end software solution in 2020.

Minimum commitment:

8 – 10 hrs/week
September – January 2020
Start date ASAP

What we’re looking for

If you are a qualified accountant and want to work for a cutting edge and exciting start-up, then this could be the job for you. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter who can hit the ground running, building base line transactions into financial information. You will ultimately help shape the future of our company's financial needs.

This is an unpaid position with enormous potential upside, ranging from the ability to make a real impact on the criminal justice system to learning from an experience CFO to getting experience in an early-stage entrepreneurial venture from founders who are passionate about what we’re doing.

There is an opportunity for this position to evolve into a full-time role (salary and benefits TBD) for the right candidate.

Responsibilities: Finance, Accounts Payable & Receivable functions

  • All HMRC payments including PAYE VAT, SEIS, EIS, etc.
  • Provide sound, reliable and meaningful monthly reporting including P&L, Balance Sheet, and variance to budget analysis reporting
  • Develop meaningful KPI's
  • Report on monthly cash flow – monitor and interpret cash flows and be able to predict (or comment on) future trends
  • Develop financial management mechanisms that minimise financial risk
  • Conduct reviews and evaluations for cost reduction opportunities
  • Discuss trends, variances, opportunities and potential risks with the leadership team, on an ongoing basis
  • Ensure all audits are managed smoothly – create audit timetable and packs in conjunction with auditors, Innovate UK grant monitors and others

Desirable skill sets: Professional recognised accountancy qualification ACA, ACMA, ACCA

  • Accounting experience preferred
  • Thorough knowledge of accounting principles and procedures
  • Experience in providing information to management
  • Proactive problem-solving ability and initiative
  • Strong attention to detail and an investigative nature
  • Ability to work as part of a team and build strong working relationships, as well as independently

Nice to have skills:

An understanding of the criminal justice system, contacts in U.K. police forces and/or experience in the public sector.

How to apply

Please send your CV and a short cover letter, highlighting why you’re interested in this role and/or what experience you have that is relevant, to contact@sfrmedical.com.