At Fitbit, we’re dedicated to helping people lead healthier, more active lives. From tech enthusiasts to triathletes, everyone brings something different to the table. But we all do it for the same reason—to create products and services that make a real difference to real people.
We value open minds over egos. We treat coworkers like friends and customers like family. We do the right thing no matter what. And we have a lot of fun doing it.
Want to be a part of one of the world’s most loved brands? We’d love to have you.
We think the best part of Fitbit is the people. But if you’re curious about the other benefits, here’s what it’s like to walk a mile in our shoes.
“My team is filled with some of the smartest and most driven people I’ve ever worked with. It’s such a diverse group, from everywhere in the world, and they’re sharing their cultures and experiences with me, which makes working here deeply rewarding.”IRVIN OWENS Sr. Staff Engineer
“I’m on the Health Solutions team, where we’re pioneering health technology – we’re making health and well-being easily quantifiable and understandable. I love that I get to come to work every day, fully confident that what I do matters.”AMANDA NATIVIDAD Sr. Content Marketing Manager
“Working here at Fitbit, among industry geniuses, I feel valued, understood, invested in, listened to, and a voice at the table. It’s wonderful.”BRYN KASS HR Business Partner
“Our products make people’s lives better through smart, actionable data. That’s really inspiring, and drives me to do my best work.”DAVID LEAN Manager, Mechanical Engineering
“Hearing about Fitbit users discovering untapped potential and achieving their goals with our help never gets old. That I get to help enable them to have that personal empowerment is incredibly motivating.”HANA NESBITT Product Designer
Fitbit is an equal opportunity employer. We recruit, hire, train, promote, pay, and administer all personnel actions without regard to race, color, ancestry, religion, age, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, and medical conditions related to pregnancy, childbirth, or breastfeeding), sex stereotyping (including assumptions about a person’s appearance or behavior, gender roles, gender expression, or gender identity), sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, citizenship, marital status, medical condition, mental or physical disability, military or veteran status, genetic information, or other legally protected characteristics. We interpret these protected statuses broadly to include both the actual status and also any perceptions and assumptions made regarding these statuses. View the EEO is the law poster here and its supplement here. The pay transparency policy is available here.