Our Services team works in our Detroit and Ann Arbor offices on different client projects. Check out our list of open positions to start the application process.
OnSite team members work with our clients at their location. And, since you’re part of Detroit Labs family, you’ll have access to career development, mentorship, and be a part of a great group of people.
What We’re Looking For
The application and hiring process at Detroit Labs is different than most. Our “Getting To Know You” (or GTKY as we call it) questionnaire tells us more about you and your experience than your resume. If you’re looking for more information on what we are looking for specifically, please check out our blog post.
In other words, we’re free of kings and micromanagers. Our team members are self-directed and own their projects. We trust everyone to get their work done, no matter how they choose to get there.
Build diverse projects
We’ve created beautiful apps for clients ranging from small startups to Fortune 50 companies—many of them local to Detroit. You get to work with emerging technologies to solve a variety of challenging problems.
Work with a top-notch team
If it hasn’t been said already: we value our people. Detroit Labs is filled with the smartest, most self-motivated, creative individuals, so that you never stop learning and building. Great people make for a great culture.
Influence our growth
Established only in 2011, Detroit Labs is still a young company. We care deeply about the caliber of people we bring on because each one helps shape who we are. You influence the direction we take.
Learning never stops at Detroit Labs. Our team has interests in every subject imaginable. You may find yourself learning a new programming language or tinkering with hardware on Friday Hack Days. Each team member gets a conference budget so they can share their expertise with the greater community.
Make great things
We develop software, but we’re also makers (and builders, authors, artists, and hackers). On any given day, you could be building a robot in our hardware lab, or huddled over an app that’ll be touched by thousands of users. We take joy in constant creation.