WooCommerce is a highly popular commerce platform on the web, powering millions of stores, including our own at woocommerce.com. In fact, one in four online stores are powered by WooCommerce, including the Burning Man Marketplace, Bjork’s official store, and the New Zealand All Blacks rugby team’s official store.
Our mission is to democratize commerce and put store owners in control of their livelihood. Therefore, our core platform is free and open-source, empowering anyone to sell anything, anywhere.
As part of the Automattic family, WooCommerce is fully distributed with no physical offices. The flexibility and autonomy that come with working from home are in our DNA, so we provide benefits and resources to support your growth while doing your best work from anywhere in the world.
We have a huge footprint, but we’re a small company. That means everyone here has the opportunity to make a visible, profound, and lasting difference while helping the store owners that rely on WooCommerce everyday.
As a Technical Project Manager - Partner Integrations, you’ll have the opportunity to help drive growth for both our merchants and WooCommerce by building key relationships with our partners in top marketing and sales channels across social, search and entertainment destinations. You’ll help scope, prioritise and manage the development of new and existing features that allow our merchants to succeed by helping them promote and sell their products across multiple channels.
Sound exciting? If so, click the "Apply" button below and fill out our application form. Be sure to include a cover letter to help us understand who you are, what excites you about this position, and what you could bring to the team. We are lucky to receive many applications for this position, so a thoughtful cover letter will help you stand out!
We are the people behind WordPress.com, WooCommerce, Tumblr, Simplenote, Jetpack, Longreads, Day One, PocketCasts, and more. We believe in making the web a better place.
We’re a distributed company with more than 1900 Automatticians in 96 countries speaking 120+ different languages. We democratize publishing and commerce so anyone with a story can tell it, and anyone with a product can sell it, regardless of income, gender, politics, language, or country.
We believe in Open Source and the vast majority of our work is available under the GPL.
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