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Partnerships (Junior/Senior Roles)

Montreal, Canada

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Scooters. Bikeshares. Carshares. Ridehail. Transit supports them all, letting you plan trips around them, track their locations, and (in some cases!) even pay for them. To our users it appears like it’s powered by magic. But if you come to Oz and pull back the curtain, you’ll realize Transit is powered by people like you: making agreements, phone calls, emails, texts, pitches, and presentations to mobility partners across the world.

Those partners are one of the reasons that Transit is becoming the most powerful platform for urban transport. We’re the official transit app of some of North America’s biggest transit agencies, like the MBTA in Boston, the STM in Montreal, the VTA in Silicon Valley, and MTA in Baltimore. Complementing our transit agency partnerships are our partnerships with emerging mobility companies: the ones installing scooters on the sidewalk in the dead of night, the ones strapping electric motors onto shared bicycles, the ones creating dynamically-routed carpools in real-time.

By joining our partnerships team, you’ll be responsible for making sure those shared mobility services are available to Transit’s users. We’ll need all your brains, heart, and courage to pioneer Transit’s shared mobility strategy, negotiate with new shared mobility partners, and deepen existing relationships. You’ll tackle micromobility from the macro scale—while also diving into the details when required. If you succeed at this role? You’ll be a prime reason that Transit manages to displace millions and millions of trips by car.



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Compensation & Benefits

We believe in the importance of an inclusive and diverse team. We welcome people of all ages, genders, ethnicities, orientations and backgrounds to apply.

How to apply: Send your resume, a brief explanation of why you want to work for Transit, links to any online presence you’re particularly proud of (blog, Twitter), and any other information you find relevant to [email protected].