We're looking for great people!
If you'd like to help build an enterprise software company, whose customers already include some of the world's largest consulting firms, we'd love to hear from you!
Are you one of the people below?
VP of Engineering - read full profile
The VP Engineering role is mission critical for Airts as we scale. Our engineering team has been predominantly led by our CEO so far, but as we grow this is becoming untenable. To flourish in this role you must be a great engineer but more importantly an exceptional leader.
Senior Software Engineer - read full profile
You thrive on solving problems and care more about shipping solutions than gilding lilies. You are collaborative and open to challenge. Backend? You're fluent in C# (or Java). Frontend? You're fluent in JS / Angular / HTML / CSS. What you bring to the party over and above these skills is what sets you apart - tell us which technologies excite you and the cool stuff you've done with them.
Enterprise Account Manager - read full profile
You are committed to seriously high levels of customer satisfaction, with a proven background in managing and expanding enterprise accounts (because that's what you love doing!). Bonus points if you've worked with Professional Services firms and/or large financial institutions, but more important is your years of experience in a sales or account management role within a software company.
Front-end Designer - read full profile
You understand user journeys and needs and are keen to share your ideas of how we can be better. You're uncompromising in your defence of UX and able to to simplify without dumbing down. Your job will be very simple: ensure our users love Braid.
Enterprise Salesperson - profile coming soon
You have sold six- or seven-figure deals, or can prove you're capable of it. You are a self-starter, active networker, and strong relationship builder. Your proven track-record is thanks to your ability to generate leads, qualify hard, and manage all stakeholders attentively throughout an often lengthy buying cycle. You regularly demonstrate continuous improvement and hold yourself accountable to very high standards.