aSweatLife Jobs

Experienced Full Stack Developer

aSweatLife is looking to bring on a full-stack developer to enhance its tech capabilities. If you believe everything is better with friends and are looking for an opportunity to grow your career in a startup environment where you will do something that really matters, this could be the role for you.

We’re looking for someone with strong technical design and architecture skills who isn’t afraid to get their hands dirty to provide quality code and technical efficiency. This role will include effort estimation, risk analysis, proof of concept research, coding, testing, and roll-out planning. You will be enabled as a leader to identify opportunities to leverage frameworks, libraries and best practices. Candidates must have experience as a senior engineer or team lead and be well-versed in react-native, ruby on rails, postgres, and elastic beanstalk.

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aSweatLife Writers (contractors in New York City, Los Angeles, Dallas and Portland)

Are you a creative communicator with a unique voice? aSweatLife is bringing on writers in a few key cities to help us create unique content that fits into our rules to live by and fulfills our mission.

What’s our mission? To connect people through fitness and to help those people live their best lives. At aSweatLife, we’ve spent five years creating a community that believes that fitness is the catalyst for living their best lives. What’s a “best life”? It’s whatever gets you out of bed in the morning, makes you happy and drives you. It could be killing it at work, being the best parent you can be, building better and stronger relationships or a mix of a few of those things.

Our team of writers are a lot like our readers – they’re busy, most of them have a career outside of aSweatLife – and they’ve found that they’re a lot closer to living their best life when they fit in sweat into their busy schedules.


Are you ready to join #teamaSweatLife? Email [email protected] with a resume (or just a description of what you’re up to), a few ideas of what you’d like to write and why you think you’re a fit. Let’s start the conversation.