We’re looking for talented engineers to focus on building a great user experience in our Android and IOS CREW apps using React Native. You may also hack our AWS infrastructure using Python, API Gateway, Cognito, and Aurora. You will collaborate with teams from across our small company including software and industrial designers, marketing, and world class coaches and rowers. You will help shape our architecture and help define interfaces for our rowing machine and cloud infrastructure.
You are a senior engineer with 4+ years of development experience. You have 1+ years of experience writing production-ready Android and/or IOS apps and are fluent in JS and JS frameworks. Experience with React Native (or ReactJS) would be a plus. But we also value the ability and desire to jump in and learn quickly, even without prior experience with a specific technology.
CREW by True Rowing is building Hydrow, a beautiful, quiet, state-of-the-art rowing machine which we will start delivering in the Spring of next year. Live and on demand HD video on a 22 inch screen. Virtually row on the most beautiful rivers around the world. From your home join on the river video classes with world class instructors and world class rowers. Individual and team competitions. Performance tracking. Community. Under $2k.
You have the opportunity to shape a company that will disrupt the fitness industry. We got started in December 2017.
We welcome diversity and actively seek applicants who can bring a variety of backgrounds and perspectives to the team.
CREW is well funded and offers competitive salaries, benefits, and early stage equity.
Bruce Smith is our CEO. Bruce is a passionate rowing visionary. As Executive Director, Bruce built Community Rowing to be the largest rowing club in the world. He is a US Rowing Coach (Bronze at 2015 Worlds). As a rower, Bruce has won a Head of the Charles and a Canadian Henley.
Chris Paul is our CTO. CREW is his tenth startup. CP is a novice rower looking forward to Bruce's coaching. CP has captained his sailboat across the Atlantic and solo sailed to Bermuda.