AirMap is looking for a strong team player with a very positive attitude who has strong experience in requirement and feature definition for a two-sided platform product. In this role you will be responsible for AirMaps developer experience and our billable products, owning all aspects from onboarding to API- and service design. This role will work internally with engineering, marketing and business development as well as externally with developer, operators and Air-Navigation-Service-Providers at global scale to define and deliver platform products. This is a highly visible role with high impact on AirMaps growing business and UTM-Technology (Unmanned Traffic Management) ecosystem at large.


  • Research and design APIs and services to fit a variety of customer needs from developers and drone operators to ANSPs (Air Navigation Service Providers)
  • Lead AirMaps developer efforts, work cross functionally with internal and external stakeholders to create experiences that make AirMap easy to use and integrate with
  • Own AirMaps billable product lifecycle through planning, design, implementation, testing, and deployment
  • Translate market requirements into product requirements suitable for Engineering and other teams to take actions

You may be a good fit if some of the following describes you:

  • Have 4+ years experience in platform or billing product roles and a BA/BS degree in computer science
  • Thrive in ambiguity, AirMap is a startup operating in a new space. We are solving problems for the first time with little or no examples.
  • A love for the details, the ecosystem is complex and designing UTM services requires going deep and understanding and balancing a myriad of dependencies
  • Highly technical, you aren’t afraid to get into the weeds to fully understand a problem even if it requires a little coding to wrap your head around
  • Proven ability to perform strategic planning and priority setting for platform and/or billing products
  • Have a track record of implementing and managing cloud-based subscription billing solutions (such as TRACT from goTransverse or similar products) or have worked with usage-based billing solutions with real-time usage tracking and service fulfillment/service delivery management

Bonus points if:

  • You own a drone
  • You are intrigued by maps and geospatial problems
  • You're multilingual and like to work with the world
  • Experience in B2B billing complexity, API monetization integration pattern, Billing on behalf / Third party billing
  • Passion for, or background in aviation

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