Ohi is building the future of how digitally native brands engage with their customers post-purchase. We call this Instant Commerce. Our platform enables brands to position inventory hyper-local to their customers, enabling unique post-purchase interactions centered around a sub-2hr delivery experience. We currently have locations in Manhattan, Brooklyn, LA, San Francisco and Chicago, serving over 50 brands across Beverage, Beauty and FMCG categories.

As an Expansion Manager at Ohi, you will be managing the expansion of our platform to new cities and regions, including the formulation and execution of our expansion strategy and go-to-market plans. You will be part of a team that prioritizes collaboration, personal development, and getting things done. You will be part of a company that is providing consumers with a faster, better, and more sustainable experience through our platform.

Responsibilities:

  • Develop and iterate on a scalable fulfillment expansion playbook to successfully onboard new platform partners to our network and expand our geographic reach
  • Create and execute our go-to-market strategy for platform partners, including best practices for sourcing and attracting great operational partners
  • Evaluate and own relationships with current and potential partners, ensuring high quality onboarding experiences that set up both parties for success
  • Work cross-functionally with our Sales, Account Management, and Engineering teams to ensure the successful launch of new sites in our network

Skills and Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree and 2 - 4 years of relevant experience (4+ years of experience if no degree)
  • Detail- and data-oriented: very comfortable working with data, conducting analysis to prove/iterate hypothesis
  • Communicator: The ability to communicate effectively and efficiently with appropriate tact
  • Bias towards action: Enjoy turning ideas into results
  • Extreme Ownership: Enjoy leading a function or initiative and, once up to speed, working autonomously to generate superior results
  • Growth mindset: Hold a long-term perspective and value “right” over “fast”, considering the company’s growth in every action
  • Creative Problem Solver: The ability to solve problems that have not been faced before

What We Offer:

  • Great compensation package, including a mix of cash and equity incentives
  • Full benefits package with 5 weeks PTO expected, 401k, Health, Vision & Dental
  • Regular team events, both virtually and in-person
  • A highly collaborative and entrepreneurial environment

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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