Mindful movement. It’s at the core of why we do what we do at Alo—it’s our calling. Because mindful movement in the studio leads to better living. It changes who yogis are off the mat, making their lives and their communities better. That’s the real meaning of studio-to-street: taking the consciousness from practice on the mat and putting it into practice in life.

We are so inspired by the people we surround ourselves with and we aspire to have the same be true for them. That’s why we work to make the Alo culture authentic to a yoga lifestyle —Our office is located in the heart of Beverly Hills in close proximity to shops and restaurants. Our building was designed by world-renown architect I.M. Pei — there’s plenty of natural light, open space with a co-working vibe, an in-building gym, calming yoga and meditation studio and an indoor tree spanning 3 floors.


Alo Yoga is seeking an engineering lead to help the engineering team day to day, solving problems for the dev team and providing cross-functional support to our partners. This is a people-facing role – not a solitary coding job. You will evaluate presented business needs and lead architecture discussions to determine the best solution(s) for the problem taking into account time to build, complexity, resource costs, and future maintenance costs. Be able to discuss tradeoffs and areas of flexibility with business stakeholders to refine a plan together. You will also serve as the scrum master and manage releases. You’re comfortable mentoring other team members to help increase their skills and technical abilities.


  • You will be spending about half your time on coding and the other half on the above leadership duties. The ideal candidate is excited about both of those parts of the job, and interested in self-improvement in both areas.
  • Write code:
    • Work as part of a team of designers and developers creating and maintaining themes, features and services for our storefront using front-end technologies, Shopify’s APIs and Liquid template language
    • Use modern Web technologies and frameworks to design and develop both front-ends and backend services supporting functionality to be leveraged by our Shopify storefront, informational sites, or internal tools
    • Help design and build backend services to expand our capabilities outside the Shopify feature set.
    • Create clean, efficient and, most of all, maintainable code
    • Create great ecommerce experiences, both via custom development and the smooth integration of pre-existing solutions such as Shopify apps
    • Work with your teammates to familiarize the department with new technologies and skills, as required
    • Collaborate with our UX/UI designers to improve usability and accessibility of our designs
    • Collaborate with our product partners to help scope work and inform the planning process
  • Work with your teammates to familiarize the department with new technologies and skills, as required
  • Collaborate with our UX/UI designers to improve usability and accessibility of our designs
  • Collaborate with our product partners to help scope work and inform the planning process
  • This is a position with real career growth potential. Managing the dev team is a possible, but in no way mandatory, next step for someone who succeeds in this role.
  • Evaluate presented business needs and lead architecture discussions to determine the best solution(s) for the problem taking into account time to build, complexity, resource costs, and future maintenance costs
  • Mentor other developers on the team to increase their skills and abelites


  • Have 7+ years of experience in web application development or software engineering in a medium-to-large enterprise environment using modern frameworks
  • Hold a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Computer Information Systems, Engineering, or another technical field, or equivalent work or military experience
  • Demonstrably highly proficient programming in 2 or more modern programming languages: ES6+/TypeScript (Modern Javascript), Ruby, Python, Java, Go, (modern) PHP, C#, C/C++, etc.
  • Be able to debate the merits of the languages you know and what makes them a good or bad fit for a given project
  • Be able to build and maintain CI/CD pipelines (Build, test, deploy)
  • Be able to build Docker images for new brand-new projects and set up local, build/test, and production images
  • Have understanding of concepts of cloud computing using Azure, Google Cloud, or AWS and able to compare and contrast managed services (e.g. database) vs. operating servers yourself
  • Understand the concepts of localization as it applies to web and mobile application development in the ecommerce vertical
  • Have experience working with high-performing teams using Agile and Lean methodologies and frameworks
  • Have excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Understand the purpose and functions of accessibility mechanisms (distinct from a list of generic “rules” to be followed) and how to build an accessible website or mobile app in 2021 which both passes accessibility tests and is also actually usable and useful to a universal audience.
  • Care about your craft and have opinions about the “right” way to do things with technology
  • Have a strong understanding of (and be opinionated about) browsers, devices, OS, and other user agent interoperability and compatibility concerns
  • Have a track record of championing quality engineering - be adamant that all code is written in a way that can be tested both with unit tests and end-to-end tests
  • Have expertise with programming.
  • Understand what REST is, and what GraphQL is.
  • Understand principles of Service Oriented Architecture – what is it, beyond a buzzy acronym.
  • For a mobile-centric developer, have experience programming with Swift or Kotlin
  • For a web-centric developer, have expertise with JavaScript ES6+/TypeScript, native DOM interfaces, CSS3/SCSS.


  • Generous employee discount for Bella+Canvas, Alo Yoga, and free membership to Alo Moves, with access to hundreds of streaming fitness and yoga classes with top instructors
  • Competitive medical, dental and vision plan options, and enhanced additional benefits such as free virtual access to mental health providers and new parent support for employees and dependents
  • 401K with company matching
  • Free treats, all day, every day! Stay fueled with complimentary cold brew, kombucha, and healthy snacks.
  • Daily yoga classes at HQ taught by some of the best yogis in the world in addition to an onsite gym equipped with best-in-class equipment
  • Free yoga classes at any of our Sanctuaries
  • Dog friends welcome at HQ!

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