If you want to be part of a team that is revolutionizing urban transportation, making it more affordable and accessible; if you have strong product marketing experience working on new product launches and making a big impact; if you love owning and solving complex problems in unpredictable environments, this is the right job for you!
LimeBike Regional Operations Managers (ROM) are strategic, organized and driven. A successful ROM has their finger on the operations pulse and is the central resource point for your region’s operation teams and GMs. This is a hands-on role that interacts with the software and product team. While the focus is operations related, the ROM is a jack of all trades and ultimately works closely with GMs to grow markets and assist operation teams to optimize workflows. This is not a typical 9-5 job, and this is a role where you can effectively communicate and operate anywhere. The Regional Operations Manager is energetic, entrepreneurial, and most importantly not afraid to get their hands dirty!
Manage end-to-end operations in multiple markets by advising, growing, and optimizing local teams.
Wear multiple hats such as: conducting market research, marketing, and launching new cities.
For launching markets, you’ll oversee the recruiting, operations, business development, PR, policy, communications, and much more.
Interact with hardware and software team to design and develop operational procedures.
Planning, executing, and meeting quarterly goals on key business metrics.
People first: you’ll have a relentless focus on making the LimeBike experience as good as it can possibly be for riders. This will include identifying areas for operational improvement as well as identifying new opportunities to reach potential candidates and to grow relationships with existing members.
Team building and management skills: you are a dynamic leader and excellent in project management.
Excellent interpersonal, presentation, and writing skills.
Experience in helping companies identify improvements in key process areas and in assisting with implementing those improvements.
Ability to thrive in all conditions, anywhere from a local warehouse to a city’s council office.
3-5 years of demonstrated success in retail management / sales / general operations / technology, ideally in a startup or other fast-changing environment.
MBA preferred, but not required.
Up to 75% travel required.