You are a thoughtful, execution-minded individual that is interested in building process and structure into our high-growth company. You call yourself a "generalist" and as the inaugural member of the ops team you will balance people ops, biz ops, strategy, and a growth project or two. Through this work, you will sit at the center of our scaling challenges over the next 12-18 months.
We're seeking an execution oriented generalist that is deeply interested in software.
You will refine how we manage the business: evaluating each piece of our cost structure from credit card expenses to our benefits programs. The understandings you build through this process will allow us to establish new process and partners to move forward more efficiently. As a direct report to our CEO you will also take on open-ended project based work that is focused on the long term growth of the business. This includes, but will not be limited to, user research, partnerships, and business development. Founders don't scale, and this role is the first step toward designing a world class organization around our product obsessed team.
This is an example of how you can give your job descriptions some life. At Air, we use this section to highlight our company mission, values, culture, and personality.
Our goal is to help teams collaborate with photo and video.
Air is a productivity tool focused on media management. Creative teams love our product because it helps them capture and organize the photos and videos that drive their business. On Air, image recognition and color search create structure where needed and flexible workflow tools support creativity and conversation. Our goal is to align your content with the way you work: in a time crunch and on the go.
We're a cast of characters that love engineering, product, and design. We use to work out of a warehouse in Brooklyn, but today we're scatted across the country. Our goal is to reconvene in New York during Spring 2021.
We desperately miss NYC...
The winner of our remote pancake cook-off
Regular game nights (exotic Zoom backgrounds mandatory)
Virtual happy hours because we miss Other Half and all of our local bars