What is Repeat?

Repeat makes it easier to buy again from brands you love online. We work with CPG (consumer packaged goods) brands to turn 1st time shoppers into repeat customers. 

We make that possible by creating personalized carts that are specific to what a shopper has purchased in the past and what is due to be reordered soon. Its all about speed and ease for the customer. 

We believe in showing what we are about over talking about it. So, go ahead and check out an example from Huron.

Our Company Values

Ownership

When problems arise, we focus on solutions instead of fault. Every employee at Repeat should feel empowered to address issues they encounter and create the company where they want to work.

Everyone has meaningful equity - we succeed or fail together.

 Respect

Kindness is paramount, and being nice is dangerous. We strive to sustain an atmosphere of trust and candor where opposing ideas are valued, and debates are frequent and compassionate.

 Growth

Our company is growing quickly, along with our user base and codebase. We take advantage of change and maintain anti-fragility with a commitment to curiosity and data-driven decision making.

We believe in career development as an extension of self-development — and vice versa.

The Opportunity

As a Product Onboarding Specialist at Repeat, you will get a front seat at what it’s like to balance building a product for a rapidly growing customer base while focusing on getting to product-market fit. You will be a detail-oriented, analytical, and creative problem solver who is driven by data and has a passion for working in fast-paced environments. 

You will work closely with the Product and Customer Success teams to make sure that brands are getting the most out of our product. 

Your first focus area will be to gain a deep understanding of how the product works today for our brands, so that you can onboard new brands to the Repeat product and ensure existing brands are seeing the most success.

This is a great opportunity for someone to gain a deep understanding of the ecommerce/cpg/direct-to-consumer industry and what it’s like to work at a startup. You will also get exposure into how Repeat uses data internally and externally as part of our product. You will get exposure to key tools in the tech startup ecosystem, including: Slack, Notion, Fullstory, Amplitude, Mode, Google Analytics, etc.

You will join a welcoming and collaborative environment with a talented team that loves working on challenging problems. This position reports to the VP of Product.

Responsibilities:

  • Develop an understanding of how the Repeat product works today both for our direct customers (brands) and the users of our product (consumers)
  • Onboard new brands to the Repeat product, optimizing for the most success 
  • Optimize performance for existing brands by analyzing performance results and identify areas for improvement
  • Explore qualitative and quantitative data to learn about how brands are performing on Repeat’s product both individually and across verticals
  • Conduct market research to help inform the product roadmap
  • Create reports to distribute learnings internally about the success of new features, vertical-level insights, etc.
  • Be an advocate for the end user (the consumer) by analyzing product analytics data

Requirements:

  • Detail-oriented, process-oriented, curious, organized
  • Strong communication essential for operating as part of a team
  • Strong team player mentality
  • Strong empathy for our customers

Perks

  • Working at a high-growth VC-backed startup where work-life balance is important
  • Budget to shop at some of our awesome brands we work with
  • Competitive salary & equity
  • Flexible work hours
  • Flexible working location: we’re a hybrid team, so you have the option to work from home and/or work out of an awesome on a startup campus in Marina Del Rey
  • Healthcare, Dental, Vision Insurance (covered)
  • Vacation is encouraged (and unmetered)
  • 401K

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