- San Francisco
- Ruby on Rails
Elevate Labs is on a mission to improve people's minds.
The ability to write well and speak eloquently deeply affects your trajectory in life, regardless of profession. Unfortunately, many people leave high school and even college extremely unprepared in these areas. We developed our flagship mobile app, Elevate, to help bridge this gap, through 35 games (and more on the way) that teach concrete cognitive skills. Elevate has over 25 million downloads and has received numerous accolades, including Apple’s App of the Year award.
The Elevate app was just the beginning. We’ve recently launched Balance, a personalized meditation app, that helps people with their stress, sleep, focus, and much more. It’s a truly customized experience that makes meditation more accessible to millions of people.
Join us in creating the future of products that help people live healthy, joyful, and productive lives.
We're looking for an experienced Head of Engineering to lead our growing engineering team. Ideally, this person will be someone with deep technical depth, management experience, and curiosity who also has experience bringing mission-driven teams together. This role will report directly to the CEO.
We build the world's best cognitive training tools.
Our flagship app, Elevate, was the recipient of Apple's App of the Year award and Google's Editors' Choice distinction. It has been downloaded more than 25 million times, helping users around the world build critical communication and analytical skills.
We've recently launched Balance, a meditation app that will focus on improving other areas of the mind, including stress management, sleep quality, and much more. It's a truly personalized experience that makes meditation more accessible to millions of people
We value a proactive attitude towards work and a deep focus on customer satisfaction. We care deeply about developing products that make people happier and more productive.
- Ruby on Rails
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