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Lark is the world's largest A.I. healthcare provider, servicing more than a million patients suffering from, or at risk of, chronic disease with A.I. Nurses. We’re on a mission to improve people’s health and happiness through our digital health coach. We are the only A.I. nurse ever to become fully medically reimbursed to 100% replace a live nurse because we achieved equivalent health outcomes to live healthcare professionals - which allows for infinitely scalable healthcare. Since launch Lark has continued to receive awards and accolades for both our product, and our leadership.
 
 
✦Apple's Top 10 Apps in the World
Business Insider's most innovative companies in the world along with Uber and Snapchat
Forbes-recognized CEO, listed as #1 in Top Ten Women in Tech 

We are looking for a talented interns to join our growing team in Mountain View, CA, where you'll help build and scale the intelligent engine that is interpreting the world's health sensor data and empowering people to live fitter and happier lives. 

Exciting opportunities with the team for internships and graduate roles below: 
 
Data Analyst -  Join an exciting team that is working on generating valuable insights based on user behavior.
 

On the Data team you will:

  • Support the team's ongoing efforts around data-driven decisions 
  • Make sense of mass amounts of user behavior 
  • Ensure ongoing collaboration between engineering, product, and data 

Mobile Engineer -  This team focusing on accessibility and increasing the quality of Lark’s product! Bonus points if you love native mobile applications.
 

On the Mobile team you will: 

  • Brainstorm solutions around product features 
  • Own projects around the usability and quality improvements
  • Help optimize the product on both iOS and Android platforms 

Backend Engineer - This exciting team is doing work around effective solutions for API scalability.

On the Backend team you will: 

  • Ship robust, scalable code 
  • Help develop API efficiencies
  • Increase reliability and usability of Lark's product
  • Exciting ownership of projects

Product - Work with a team working in nuanced behavior technologies. This role is likely to focus on tackling difficult UX issues.

On the Product team you will:

  • Develop User Insights and contribute to our behavior-changing technology 
  • Create suggestions for improvement based on user data
  • Develop technology systems that support the product.
  • Work with content developers to add features or fix issues with the product.
  • Respond to product feedback requests from partners and users


Business Operations - Help Lark develop our business strategy, and jump in to help create streamlined, optimized operational efficiencies. This team requires analytical skills. 
 

On the Business Operations team you will: 

  • Support the team's ongoing strategic and market analysis efforts
  • Collaborate between departments internally to create smooth lines of communication
  • Draft proposals around efficiency improvements 
  • Work with the team to implement optimizations 
  

 

Why Lark? 

Here's some information about the exciting projects our prior interns completed:

  • Rewriting our app from Objective-C to react native
  • Building core backend features (internal notification system, push notification logic)
  • Performance engineering/optimizations on backend
  • Contributing to development of a new, refactored backend

 
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Our team works with cutting edge tools and technology related to Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. We are using NLP to process millions of meals, and accelerometer data to compute activity and sleep amounts from users' phones. Our chat AI is the most sophisticated digital health engagement tool in the world. Join us and make it even better!

 
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