Our team brings together different disciplines to help make a positive difference to mental health. The more angles we can consider mental health from, the more we will see.
Here at COMPASS, we are united by our commitment to improving patient experience and outcomes in mental health care. Below are stories from our passionate team, as well as information about our thriving internship programme, and our current job vacancies.
Unfortunately, we cannot sponsor employment visas and can only accept applications if you have employment rights in the country to which you are applying.
Our internship programme
We are always looking for people with a passion for mental health and neuroscience to join our thriving internship programme. We offer an entrepreneurial environment and the opportunity to work with experts on groundbreaking innovation.
We have welcomed interns from institutions such as MIT, UPenn, UCL and Cambridge, working across different functions, including R&D, Clinical Operations, Patient Access, Business Development, Communications, and Technology. Each intern is offered the opportunity to join our alumni programme to stay connected as they continue their journey and career.
See below for the personal stories of some of our recent interns. To apply to our programme, please send your CV with a covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
COMPASS’s values of compassion, trust, innovation and collaboration have been central to my internship.
“My internship at COMPASS went above and beyond my expectations”
"COMPASS has made me reflect on the importance of believing in the projects you’re working on"
60 seconds with…
…COMPASS. Each month we speak to different members of our team about their work, life and passions. If you have an interesting question for our team, email us at email@example.com.
"I'm most proud to have completed a sprint triathlon. Just surviving the open-water swim made me feel like I could do anything!"
"The best place I’ve ever visited is the North Norfolk coast!"
"I would love to experience the feeling of free-fall despite the thought of it currently terrifying me..."