Last updated: March 3, 2022 (Yes, this is still active!)
tl;dr: Early-stage startup hiring a couple remote TypeScript/React/etc developers (US-timezones, please — around GMT-5 / GMT-8). We're seeking to improve people's metabolic health using new wearables and insights. Details about us, the role, and interview process below.
Levels is an early-stage startup working to improve people's metabolic health.
Poor metabolic health is a risk factor for many diseases, and few people have the right tools to create positive feedback cycles with their diet and exercise. We've seen massive value of using wearables, including continuous glucose monitors, to help behavioral change.
We're still in the scrappy startup phase, so are looking for people who are comfortable with ambiguity and having wide impact. We've been remote-first since Day 1, and care a ton about communication, autonomy, curiosity, and initiative.
We've been running a Beta pilot since 2019, and have thousands of happy paying customers who are using Levels to stabilize their energy levels, lose weight, optimize athletic performance, and learn strategies to reduce their risk of chronic disease. We're currently preparing for a public launch (with >150k people on our waitlist).
Our team is highly experienced, and has started and sold companies before. We also love learning from each other, and are looking for people who bring a new set of experiences and backgrounds to our team.
LEVELS - A Whole New Level: #39 - The Levels cultural handbook (Sam Corcos & Josh Clemente) on Apple Podcasts
LEVELS - A Whole New Level: #55 - Traveling the world & becoming a software engineer (Ben Grynol & Stephanie Coates) on Apple Podcasts
First and foremost, we're looking for people who are excited about what we're doing—you don't need to know anything about metabolic health, but should be excited to learn. We're building in an entirely new space, so you'll be able to use creativity to help us solve problems and delight our customers.
Our web stack is Next.js (TypeScript, React, node, Postgres, Redis) and we use React Native / GraphQL on mobile.
Since most of our team are generalists, we have flexibility about where you'd fit in. Here are some possibilities (none are hard requirements):