Celestial is reaching for the stars

Join us to lead a revolution

Team up with us to engineer a giant leap for humankind

We’re looking for a few engineering stars to take our novel radiotherapy system to the next level. Galileo 4π offers to transform the future of cancer treatment. If you are a top engineer with deep expertise in complex medical systems, this is your chance to break free and make a personal impact on history as part of our leadership team.

Countdown to launch

The plan is to complete the design of the prototype system, both hardware and software, to submit a clinical version of Galileo 4π for 510(k) approval in 2020.

We have been on target with each of our milestones. Celestial Oncology is a spin-off from Dr. Ke Sheng’s renowned research group at the UCLA Department of Radiation Oncology. Funding for development has included a $2 Million National Cancer Institute Phase II SBIR grant in 2017 and a seed round in 2018. We closed a $6 million Series A investment round in early 2020.

Collaborate on game-changing innovation

You’re experienced at integrating hardware and software, avoiding the pitfalls and addressing inevitable bugs resourcefully. You’re collaborative and know how to inspire a team. Join us to take radiation therapy into an entirely new sphere with revolutionary hardware, revolutionary software based on cutting-edge algorithms, elegant Apple-like simplicity for users, and flexibility.

Opportunities available

Join the team in a leadership role at our offices in Silicon Beach (Santa Monica, California).

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Senior Software Engineer

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