Here at Mavenoid, we're building an AI platform for troubleshooting technical products: dishwashers, printers, robotic lawn mowers, trucks, just to name a few examples. We do this by automating repetitive, tedious technical support with a smart virtual agent. Born out of the pressure of diagnosing tanks for the Swedish Armed Forces, today our platform is used by global companies to empower their customers to repair more and replace less. Our company was founded by Palantir and Google alumni, and we’re backed by Point Nine Capital and Creandum.
WHAT YOU’LL DO
As Head of Growth, your first project will be one you'll remember 30 years from now. You will reinvent how intelligent virtual agents are distributed.
No two weeks will be the same, but your evil masterplan might look something like this:
Step 1: Experiment to figure out what customer acquisition channels and strategies work best
Step 2: Set up our mean marketing automation machine.
Step 3: Generate more (and better) inbound opportunities than sales can handle
Step 4: Mohahaha
WHO YOU ARE
You are a marketing maven who is hungry for a new challenge and being hands-on. You are great at designing experiments and making decision based on data. This role is neither static nor easily defined. It will change quickly along with our company. It requires wrestling with abstract technical concepts and thriving in an engineering culture. The right person lives and breathes marketing and can grow into a leader who will shape our organization.
Qualities we look for in all our people:
- Spikiness – You have at least one superpower, and multiple weaknesses are not just ok but expected
- Selective Intensity – You are an 80/20 person who get the right things done
- Intellectual Honesty – You are radical about truth and are candid to a fault
- Self-guidance – You don’t wait to be told what to do
WHAT WE OFFER
The upsides of joining a small company early: outsized impact, real ownership, hard problems, accelerated learning, quicker decisions, less bureaucracy, and meaningful equity combined with a market salary.