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Lead Android Engineer

London, UK, potential for 1-2 months in Innsbruck, Austria

At MotionMetrics, we’re working to create digital sports coaching experiences. Our first product is Carv, a digital skiing coach that blends hardware, software and real-time audio instruction to teach people the sport of skiing - a world first across sports.

We are looking for an experienced Android engineer to join our team as either a contractor or a full-time hire. This is an outstanding opportunity to have product ownership and help us grow Carv into the Android market.

The Company

Carv is the world’s first ski product that teaches you how to improve ski technique. It’s the ideal companion for any skier who wants to perfect their skiing. After breaking the Kickstarter sports wearables record in 2016, Carv launched in 2017 and has since coached thousands of skiers. Developed alongside Olympians and approved by The Professional Ski Instructors of America, Carv gives skiers an overall Ski:IQ™ which compares your ability against the rest of the Carv community, allowing skiers to compete with family, friends and even the pros.

Advisors and investors include:

  • SOSV Ventures

  • Steve Rechtschaffner (former CCO of EA Games Canada, creator of SSX Tricky and US Freestyle team member)

Here’s what the press are saying

“Carv is surprisingly addictive” - Financial Times

“The biggest testament to Carv’s coaching abilities is that I could see my skiing improving in only a few hours.” - 5* review in Stuff Magazine

"The speed with which real-time coaching was ironing out the wrinkles in my technique was striking. There’s no other way to get feedback quite like this. Instructors can only give you a debrief after your descent — and even then it will be based on what they suppose is going on in your boots. Carv’s coaching comes straight from the sole." - Sunday Times

Job Description

About the role:

Over the past two ski seasons, we’ve collected terabytes of skiing data covering tens of millions of skiing turns and user instructions. We are looking for a seasoned Lead Android Engineer to port Carv’s iOS digital ski coach over to Android so we can help everyone ski better.

You will be working with a tight knit team of people who take pride in producing high quality work. Your primary focus will be to own the delivery of the Carv Android app.

The successful candidate will have a passion for engineering, as well as sports, finding the right tool for the job, and making an impact on the business.                                                                                                        

In the role, you will:

  • Work directly with the CTO
  • Have end-to-end ownership of the Android app
  • Port an existing Swift app over using Android best practices
  • Test your creation on the slopes!

Our candidate is someone who has:

  • 5+ years of experience developing for Mobile
  • 3+ years of experience developing for Android
  • Well versed in Kotlin
  • Always looking into new technologies to improve their productivity and code quality
  • Apps in the Play Store that they are proud of
  • Experience with setting up and maintaining CI/CD pipelines

Experience with the following will be a bonus:

  • Foreground services
  • Android BLE
  • Android NDK
  • iOS development and Swift code

Location

Our head office is in Brixton, London where most of the team are based throughout the year.

Over winter, you’ll have the opportunity to work from our Mountain HQ in Innsbruck, Austria with access to some of the world’s best ski resorts. You’ll also have access to the company flat out of peak skiing season.

Duration

Full time or contract, immediate start available.

Remuneration

Our salary range for the role is £50,000 - £80,000 per annum depending on experience, plus meaningful stock options.

Applications

Please send a CV and short covering email to rollo@motionmetrics.co.

 

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