About Future

When it comes to self-improvement, making progress is much easier with access to the right support and encouragement. That’s why we believe anyone with a desire to change their health habits for the better deserves a coaching experience grounded in real expertise and human connection, no matter where they’re starting from or where their journey will take them.

We designed Future to put personal training in the palm of your hand, because forging a bond with a coach whose fitness plans fit who you are and how you want to move shouldn’t come with a prohibitive cost or a rigid schedule. Future coaches are all about understanding and uplifting any individual with a desire to change for the better, and they’re always standing by to inspire action or celebrate progress. 

Because we believe anyone has the power to make a difference with the right support structure, inclusivity and encouragement are always a part of our plan. Our team represents a wide array of backgrounds and levels of fitness expertise, but we all share a desire to play a part in creating a healthier world. If you’re ready to embrace meaningful challenges alongside great people who you can lean on and learn from (and you don’t mind working up the occasional sweat), then Future is the right fit for you.

About the Role

Our iOS 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. 

Additionally Apple Watch provides a convenient interface and tracks 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 iOS apps with the goal of making our clients more engaged & successful. 
  • Implement native user interfaces using the latest iOS programming techniques. 
  • Use knowledge of iOS 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. 
  • 5+ years building complex applications for the iPhone using Objective-C or Swift. 
  • Have worked on the development and deployment of beautiful, useful apps that are live in the App Store. 
  • A passion for code quality and craftsmanship.
  • Are legally able to work in the United States and do not require sponsorship in order to work for Future. 

Compensation, Benefits & Perks at Future:

  • Salary range: $170,000 - 190,000/year. The salary range is set based on multiple considerations including business needs, market demands, talent availability, experience, and unique skills and attributes. The base pay range is subject to change and may be modified in the future.
  • Health coverage: All employees who meet the eligibility requirements have access to comprehensive medical, vision, dental, and disability insurance + tax savings accounts
  • 401(k) plan
  • Flexible Paid Time Off
  • Future Membership: Enjoy our platform for free!
  • Health, Wellness & Development: Health and fitness monthly stipend contributes to our employees’ overall wellbeing, with access to a mental health platform, reimbursement for medical travel, and an annual learning & development stipend.
  • Remote First: Employment eligible to employees located anywhere in the continental US. No travel required.
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