Company Description

The MapMyFitness team, a part of Under Armour Connected Fitness, is looking for a Frontend Engineer to help us build new experiences that serve our ultimate goal of making all athletes better.  

Under Armour Connected Fitness is an open platform that connects to hundreds of different devices with applications across web, mobile, and wearables. Furthermore, hundreds of developers and partners leverage the platform through our public APIs and mobile SDKs. As a member of the engineering team, you’ll be charged with creating unparalleled experiences that are used every day by millions of users across the globe.

What does this mean? We strive to build the ultimate Connected Fitness solutions, we face extreme growth while consumers continue to expect flawless experiences and instantaneous response times. Your mission will be to deliver these experiences while leveraging industry best-practices that contribute to the architecture road map. You’ll achieve this ambitious goal by working within a cross-functional team, composed of engineers, QA, designers, product, and project management.



  • Build speedy, delightful user-facing web apps to serve our community of millions
  • Lead and/or contribute to cross-functional projects to deliver on product and technical roadmaps
  • Navigate the rapidly changing web technology ecosystem to employ the best tools and techs for the job
  • Relentlessly uphold our engineering values of customer obsession, speed through efficiency, and teamwork

Experience Required:

  • 2+ years experience building web applications as a frontend engineer
  • Experience working with a cross-functional team (frontend, backend, design, product, project, and QA)
  • Strong understanding of JavaScript (including ES2015+), HTML, CSS, and related tooling
  • Built client-rich apps with a modern JavaScript library or framework (e.g. React, AngularJS, Ember.js)
  • Experience building web apps with consideration for performance and UX across browsers, platforms and devices (responsive design, progressive web apps)
  • Automated unit, component and browser testing

Bonus Skills:

  • Full stack development experience, especially with a JavaScript or python backend
  • Internationalization and localization
  • Universal/isomorphic app experience
  • Geospatial feature implementations with mapping apis (e.g., Google Maps, MapBox)
  • Experience instrumenting and monitoring production systems
  • UX or design experience
  • Interest in functional programming languages or paradigms
  • Client engagements and sales cycle knowledge
  • React, Redux, JSX, Webpack, Babel, Docker, PostCSS, ESlint, D3.js, TypeScript, Flowtype, Node.js, Express.js, Koa.js, React Native
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