AI Engineer - Computer Vision
Eli is the women's health company making continuous hormone monitoring possible. We empower people to understand their body every day and improve their health outcomes across their lives. Hormones are at the core of our health, yet they remain a black box. Eli is on a mission to unlock this box by developing a product that provides real-time and lifelong insights from saliva.
We are a diverse, intentional, and fast-moving team driven by our mission. You will work with a small group of experienced engineers, scientists, and entrepreneurs who are shaping the future of at-home testing by developing and commercializing new technology. Eli is a venture-backed and early-stage startup. You can visit our website or check out recent press articles to learn more about us.
About the role
Eli is looking for an AI Engineer. You will be leading the development of machine learning algorithms at Eli and their integration with our product. Your primary responsibilities will be to:
Develop and implement advanced computer vision algorithms for image analysis and data processing.
Perform algorithmic research and development for automated detection, analysis, and interpretation of images.
Design and implement prediction algorithms for various outcomes related to women's health.
Collaborate with cross-functional teams to integrate algorithms into existing systems and optimize performance.
Ensure compliance with relevant industry standards and regulations, such as IEC62304, with the support of our team.
Document development, testing, and implementation processes, adhering to documentation standards.
This description is not exhaustive. We are looking for a leader that has experience developing machine learning algorithms for products launched on the market.
Bachelor's, Master's, or PhD in Computer Science, Data Science, Engineering, or a related field.
You have 5+ years of data science and computer vision experience in an industry context.
Your work has been integrated into products that have been launched on the market and used in a real-life context.
Experience with digital health products, medical devices, or technology designed to improve health outcomes is a plus.
Experience working in multidisciplinary teams combining machine learning, software, hardware, and biotechnology is a plus.
You are able to work both independently and collaboratively.
If you don’t exactly match the description but still believe you are the right person to join the team, please reach out. We value mindset and character.
Why you’ll love working at Eli
You’ll work with a group of talented and mission-driven people eager to improve women’s health at scale.
You’ll be part of the core team developing and commercializing the first product that collects hormonal data daily and over a lifetime.
You’ll join at the early-stage startup phase and have a wide-reaching impact in a constantly evolving and fast-paced environment.
You’ll be part of a small (<20 people), high-performing, and diverse team where everything you do results in tangible impact and shapes the company’s trajectory.
You’ll be in an environment where people drive their own work, think creatively about open-ended problems, and solve them proactively.
You’ll get health insurance (medical, dental, vision, and more) to ensure you and your family stay physically and mentally at your best.
You’ll have flexibility over your schedule and vacations. We seek to hire great people, then give them the autonomy and space they need to achieve their goals.
Although our office and R&D facilities are in Montreal, we have a distributed team. We prioritize asynchronous workflows and minimize meetings to focus on the work itself.
You and your +1 will have unlimited free access to the Bota Bota spa in Montreal to recharge.
How to apply
Sounds like you? Please send an email to [email hidden] with "AI Engineer - YOUR NAME" in the subject line, a link to your LinkedIn profile, your resume, and a short note about what you think we should know and why you are excited to join Eli.
Diversity is ingrained in our company DNA. Currently, 80% of Eli's team identify as women and 60% as part of another minority group. We are committed to building a truly inclusive environment as an equal opportunity employer.
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