MaintainX is the world leading mobile-first workflow management platform for industrial and frontline workers. We are a modern IoT enabled cloud based tool for maintenance, safety, and operations on equipment and facilities. MaintainX powers operational excellence for 6,500+ businesses including Duracell, Univar Solutions Inc., Titan America, McDonalds, Brenntag, Cintas, Michaels, and Shell.

We've raised $104 million in venture capital following a recent Series C funding round led by Bain Capital Ventures, Bessemer Ventures, August Capital, Amity Ventures, Ridge Ventures as well as CEOs from GE, Twilio, Toast and PagerDuty.

We are looking for an Integration Platform Product Leader to work with our Platform and API team and take our developer-facing products and tooling to the next level, with the goal of supporting an ecosystem of integrations with MaintainX. 

What you’ll do:

  • Develop and execute on the vision for an API integration platform and a suite of tools that can scale our abilities to develop integrations and business logic with our partners and customers.
  • Build user-friendly developer interfaces and tools, reliable integration capabilities, and applications that work seamlessly with MaintainX.
  • Work directly with partners and external engineering team to solve real problems and co-branded launches.
  • Leverage data and user research to deliver the best solution to the right problems for our customers and our business.
  • Inspire and motivate a team of designers and engineers to achieve ambitious outcomes.
  • Work closely with the Marketing and Sales team to deliver successful GTM launches of your product.

About you:

  • 4+ years in product management with experience working on APIs, integrated B2B products and features, and developer experiences that enable the extension of core functionality
  • Experience working with partners and external engineering teams to understand user needs and use cases
  • Track record in building solutions alongside Enterprise-sized customers (5000+ employees).
  • Thrives in early-stage start-ups with the ability to balance scrappy execution for fast results alongside the creation of frameworks and processes to scale out the team.
  • Can inspire and rally a team around a clear vision, strategy and roadmap to meet specific KPI’s.
  • Strong pattern recognition, with the ability to apply existing solutions to MaintainX specific problems, without reinventing the wheel.
  • Ability to make big bets and not just optimizations depending on where we are at the company.

What’s in it for you:

  • Competitive salary and meaningful equity opportunities.
  • Healthcare, dental, and vision coverage.
  • 401(k) / RRSP enrollment program.
  • Take what you need PTO.
  • A Work Culture where:
    • You’ll work alongside folks across the globe that reflect the MaintainX values, Smart Humble Optimist
    • We believe in meritocracy, where ideas and effort are publicly celebrated

About us:

Our mission is to make the life of blue-collar workers easier worldwide by creating software that meets their needs and realities. Our product is truly life-changing for 80% of the workforce that doesn’t work behind a desk and needs enterprise-grade software at their fingertips.

MaintainX is committed to creating a diverse environment. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

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