Senior Computer Vision Researcher

Tel Aviv · Full-time · Senior

About The Position

Theator is a team dedicated to the alleviation of variability and disparity in the world of surgery. We do so by leveraging cutting-edge deep tech to understand what surgical best practices look like in the real world. Computer vision allows us to structure unstructured surgical footage. A variety of other AI tools help us understand context, then identify best practices to guide humans and robots and provide billions around the world with access to safe and affordable surgical care.

We’re looking for a top-notch experienced computer vision researcher to join our AI research team and play a key role in designing and implementing our ambitious projects.

If you’re a super quick study who loves to solve complex problems no one’s ever tackled before, highly motivated, passionate, with a sense of humor, fun to work with and enjoys the occasional poyke – you’re on our wish list!

You’ll be a part of our elite research team, working on challenging tasks and developing deep learning algorithms for surgical video action recognition using a unique dataset. You can expect a high sense of ownership, a lot of responsibility, and endless room for growth.

Main Job Responsibilities:

  • Implementing algorithmic modules that will be at the heart of our products
  • Constantly dealing with huge unsolved CV/ML challenges, continuously pushing the envelope
  • Keeping up-to-date on the most contemporary academic research, making sure that we’re defining the cutting edge in CV/ML in the field of surgery
  • Collaboration with world-renowned researchers that will provide guidance and support
  • The entire tech lifecycle: from proof of concept to deployment in the hands of users
  • Aiding in task prioritization, working with leading medical research teams to quickly execute objectives
  • Working with fellow CV researchers, software engineers, and our clinical team to design and implement a scalable algorithmic pipeline
  • Play a significant role in mentoring and guiding other team members


  • At least 4 years in computer vision research or engineering
  • M.Sc/PhD in Computer Science / Engineering / Mathematics
  • High familiarity with theoretical concepts of computer vision and deep learning
  • Experience with at least one deep learning framework
  • High-level competency in python development
  • Experience with software design concepts

How do you know if you fit right in? You’re frustrated with the status quo around you and are passionate about improving surgery. You’re creative, move quickly, thrive in ambiguity and uncertainty, and enjoy blazing a trail. You practice transparency. You’ve achieved momentous accomplishments in your life of which you’re extremely proud, and yet remain kind and humble. You want to be surrounded by stellar team members and work well with others. You want to leave a mark.

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