About Future

1-on-1 personal coaching is incredibly effective for pro athletes, actors, and wealthy people. It's also outrageously expensive and often out of reach for normal people. Our leadership team came together from Apple, Airbnb, Nike, Google, and the NBA to invent an entirely new way to train.

Future pairs you with a world-class trainer (a real human) who creates a customized training plan for you every week. Your remote coach tracks your progress and is always just a text away, ready to adjust your plan, share nutrition tips, or just say hi.

Our team comes from a diverse range of backgrounds and fitness levels. What we all share is a passion and excitement to build something truly meaningful.

About the Role

Our Android app guides the heart of our customer experience. It is here that our clients communicate with their trainers, get the advice and guidance they need, and spend the vast majority of their time while engaging with us.

Join us in building unforgettable fitness journeys for our Android users by leveraging latest technologies and frameworks - Kotlin, Jetpack Compose, Retrofit, and MVVM/MVI.

Additionally, you will be building our Wear OS app to provide a convenient interface and track a client's workout activity down to individual movement patterns that can be analyzed by the trainer and modeled for performance.

You will:

  • Contribute to the development of our Android apps with the goal of making our clients more engaged & successful.
  • Implement native user interfaces using the latest Android programming techniques.
  • Use knowledge of Android development to help guide design and engineering decisions.
  • Work with product managers, designers and full-stack engineers to help shape the vision of our mobile and desktop products.
  • Solve challenging engineering, scaling and performance issues.

You have:

  • Extensive and relevant hands-on experience in software engineering. 
  • 3+ years building complex Android applications.
  • Solid knowledge of Kotlin. 
  • Have worked on the development and deployment of beautiful, useful apps that are live on the Google Play Store.
  • A passion for code quality and craftsmanship.
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Life at Future

  • Join a diverse, passionate & driven team of all backgrounds
  • Accelerated growth potential. We rapidly advance team members who have an outsized impact
  • Competitive salary & equity packages
  • Comprehensive health benefits (medical, dental, vision) to fit your needs
  • Wellness & Work From Home subsidies
  • Flexible vacation policy

Equal Employment Opportunities at Future

We are committed to building a future where every member of our community, is healthy, cared for, and advancing forward together. Future is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate based on gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, age, civil or family status, disability or race.

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