It's more than the ability to say you work for the cannabis industry's leading regulatory compliance solution.

Working at Simplifya means being a part of a culture where all of the energy associated with a technology start-up is compounded by all of the energy associated with a blossoming industry. Granted, that sounds like total chaos to some and super fun to others. If you're part of the second group, we encourage you to take a look at the positions below. To apply, send your resume to Careers at Simplifya dot com!

Product Manager

The Product Manager will lead Simplifya's product vision. That’s been a de facto responsibility of our Director of Engineering and Product, but as we hit a new phase of growth we want to pass that baton to someone whose sole responsibility is steering our product. You’ll be the leading voice on what we should build and when, and work hand-in-hand with our Senior SE to ensure our development efforts are focused where they should be.
Today, we have two products maintained by an offshore development company in Sri Lanka:
  1. Simplifya, the main web app
  2. Simplifya, the mobile app (iOS only, for now)
We use JIRA for managing our development team and a mix of Confluence and Google Drive for product strategy, documentation, and roadmapping.
Expected Responsibilities
  • Manage Our Roadmap. Manage our roadmap (and at times stakeholders) while communicating when specific features are expected to be released.
  • Feature Development. Conceptualize, mock, and outline new features, and then pass them off to our dev team.
  • New Feature Communications. You’ll be responsible for the way we present new releases to clients, current and potential.
  • Writing Documentation. Staying on top of documentation for numerous internal audiences will be a constant for you.
Required Skills
  • Product Management. Help set goals and formulate the initiatives to achieve those goals.
  • Wireframing. It doesn’t matter how you do it, but the ability to get your vision across is paramount.
  • Feature writing. Story writing for agile development specifically.
  • UX. Building features in a way that makes them intuitive.
Desired Experience
  • Prior product management experience.
  • Feature Prioritization. Specifically, refining models to determine the merit of features.
  • Product Planning/Roadmapping.

Territory Lead

The Territory Lead is responsible for growing our client base and revenue through direct sales of SaaS software to licensed cannabis businesses. This role works closely with the Client Engagement, Software Engineering, and Regulatory Affairs teams to ensure we are capturing prospect and client feedback to constantly improve the product and adding compelling features.
  • Self-starter with passion and drive to independently manage the sales funnel.
  • Strong research and strategic analysis skills.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to prospect, negotiate and close accounts in a timely manner.
  • Proficient with G Suite, Google Sheets in particular, and associated applications.
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent.
  • A strong track record of business-to-business sales at a corporate level.
  • Ability to pass a criminal background check.
  • Generate new high-level leads via cold calling, email campaigns, referrals, networking events, etc.
  • Proactively seek new business opportunities in the market
  • Schedule weekly appointments (both in person and remote), preparing and delivering presentations to prospects.
  • Training clients on how to properly utilize Simplifya’s product.
  • Upsell additional features to existing clients.
  • Ensure loyalty through excellent client service.
  • 2+ years of experience in cannabis industry.
Note: The sales compensation package includes a base salary of $48K, auto and cell phone allowances, commissions, quarterly and annual bonuses, and standard medical, vision, and dental insurance benefits. Relocation is not provided.

Technical Writer

The Technical Writer is part of the Regulatory Affairs Department and primarily responsible for creating and maintaining the Standard Operating Procedure templates that appear in the Simplifya app. The content is derived from state regulations and translated for our marijuana business clients based on license type.
  • Strong reading comprehension. You must be able to review government regulations and quickly understand their intent and implications.
  • Strong writing skills. You must be able to summarize government regulations in a clear and concise manner. You must be able to convert those regulations, which can be very complex, into simple and straightforward content for our software.
  • High attention to detail. You will be expected to accurately communicate the regulatory expectations in a clear and concise manner.
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent.
  • Work efficiently and cooperatively in an environment of multiple projects and priorities.
  • Approach challenges with an innovative and positive attitude.
  • Work well both independently and collaboratively.
  • Ability to pass a criminal background check.
  • Research and analyze complex regulatory requirements based on state marijuana regulations.
  • Draft standard operating procedures that help marijuana businesses operate in compliance with state regulations.
  • Provide targeted input to the development team on ways to enhance our software.
  • Serve as a resource for Business Development and Client Engagement as needed, which may include web conferencing and occasional travel.
  • Help to develop Simplifya’s reputation as regulatory experts via industry events, blog posts and media resources, and in other opportunities as they are identified.
  • Minimum of one year of experience in a licensed medical or recreational marijuana business: cultivations, product manufacturers, dispensaries, with a strong preference for persons with experience in operations and responsibilities related to drafting standard operating procedures.
  • Similar experience in an ancillary service business (ie, a business such as Simplifya that provides a service to marijuana businesses) may be substituted for experience in a licensed facility.