Head of eCommerce

Jul 3, 2019🔗👁️ 21 21 Views

🏢 PAX Labs 📍 San Francisco, CA

💰 DOE 🗓️ Full-time 🏷️ Other 📛 No license required


About our company

PAX Labs is an award-winning consumer technology brand with a mission to establish cannabis as a force for good. Our products set a high bar for quality and, together with the PAX App, offer unique features such as safety locking, adjustable temperature and draw control. As millions of consumers try cannabis for the first time or return to it after a long hiatus, PAX believes that quality, transparency and predictability are the keys to safe, responsible use by adults.

Headquartered in San Francisco, PAX is backed by leading technology investors including Tiger Global and Tao Invest (Pritzker family fund). We are an exceptional team with hardware and software backgrounds in consumer technology, healthcare, and biotech, and are growing rapidly to deliver on our mission. Our internal culture values diversity, integrity, having an impact, and passion for the larger movement that PAX is a part of.

Job description

The PAX.com eCommerce experience presents an incredible opportunity for a savvy, strategic, analytical, and creative eCommerce leader. With a regulatory landscape that evolves daily, both domestically and internationally, pax.com eCommerce is positioned for explosive growth. As a leader of pax.com you will bring critical and creative thinking to build and execute against this rapidly evolving environment. The right leader will have deep technical and successful eCommerce leadership experience, and well as be able to think fluidly, and rapidly, as PAX launches new products, categories and markets.

Our mission is to drive a direct relationship between PAX and its customers through pax.com and other CRM touch points, with a focus on owning/growing the eCommerce P&L.

As the PAX Head of eCommerce, you will:

WHAT WE LOOK FOR IN YOU

EDUCATION

Bachelor's Degree a must; concentration in math, stats, or econ is ideal; MBA is a Plus

PAX LABS PERKS & BENEFITS

Don't let the confidence gap ( https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2014/05/the-confidence-gap/359815/ ) get in the way of applying! We'd love to hear from you.