Runway is building a first-of-its-kind platform for teams to track, automate, and collaborate on their mobile app releases. The tool is already used by industry-leading mobile teams to ship some of your favorite apps for food delivery, fitness, finance, and more!
We’re a small but mighty team of ex-mobile engineers building tools for mobile teams – and there’s a lot to do! Everyone on the team works hard, learns something new every day, and gets things done. We have a strong culture of transparency and collaboration, and you won’t be working away in a silo. You’ll be valued, respected, and your work will matter.
We’re a distributed team spread across multiple continents, with an NYC center of gravity.
This is a first hire for a content department and this role will work with the Head of Growth and CEO to drive increased awareness and adoption of the Runway platform. The main focus of the role will be to continually publish and spearhead Runway’s thought leadership on various topics related to mobile development through blog posts, whitepapers, case studies and more. Specific expectations for the role:
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Managing content team Being a public resource and thought leader for Runway’s mission
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Why you should join Runway
Runway is building a first-of-its-kind tool for teams to track, automate, and collaborate on their mobile app releases.
Managing mobile app updates has typically been a frustrating and costly exercise of performing tasks across a range of tools (e.g., GitHub, Jira, your CI environment, the command line), herding cats on Slack to get everyone on the same page, and manually updating a 50-line release spreadsheet. And there’s often even more inefficiency than teams realize, from a steady drip of small tasks and context-switching.
The Runway team has firsthand experience with the problem. We’ve designed, developed, and released native mobile apps at companies like Rent the Runway, Kickstarter, and ClassPass, and we came to recognize that there was an opportunity to streamline and automate much of the process; to go far beyond traditional CI/CD workflows in fostering meaningful collaboration, de-risking development, and empowering teams to spend their time building great features instead of managing releases.