Neurophysiology Scientists – Sydney Region

About us

Seer is developing technology to revolutionise the diagnosis and management of neurological conditions, with a special focus on epilepsy. Our mission is to deliver deep personalised clinical insights and advance patient experience with leading-edge technology.

The Role

There are two positions available within the clinical neurophysiology team. The first is for a lead scientist with extensive expertise and experience who will perform and review ambulatory video EEG-ECG recordings, complete routine administrative tasks and provide direction and training to junior staff. The second position is a junior role in which you will be expected to perform tasks independently and will be provided with ongoing mentoring and training.

Key Responsibilities

As a Neurophysiology Scientist with Seer you will independently perform the following:


  • Measure patients using the EEG international 10-20 system

  • Connect and disconnect ambulatory video EEG patients

  • Securely transfer and manage patient data

  • Maintain data integrity via remote log in / contacting patients via telephone

  • Perform minor equipment maintenance

Reporting and Reviewing

  • Independently review and annotate prolonged ambulatory video EEG recordings

We have obsessively high standards

  • Complete a Seer scientific report outlining your findings

  • Communicate findings with reporting neurologist

  • Complete allocated EEG studies within 1-week time-frame

Administrative tasks

  • Contact patients and coordinate bookings

  • Liaise with neurologists regarding booking times and report completion

Travel / Call Outs

  • Travel to satellite offices to connect/disconnect patients

  • Onsite call out – if equipment cannot be fixed remotely

Neurologist Interaction

  • Visit neurologists to raise awareness of the service

Key Capabilities

We are looking for people with a strong theoretical and practical understanding of electroencephalography. The successful candidates will work well independently, have exceptional communication skills, cope with tight deadlines and be able to work in a very dynamic environment.


  • Full drivers licence

  • Excellent interpersonal, communication and organisational skills

  • Comfortable with technology

  • Capable of meeting tight deadlines

  • Self-directed and takes initiative


  • At least two years’ experience in clinical neurophysiology is desired

  • Experience reviewing EEG data and identifying abnormal/epileptiform activity is essential

  • Experience reviewing long-term EEG data in adults is essential, and paediatric experience is desirable


Salary range: $70k-$90k negotiable depending on experience, plus 9.5% superannuation.


Moran New, Talent Acquisition Manager

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