At Ironclad, we're on a mission to empower legal teams to do great things for their organizations. We're building software that takes the pain out of administrative work, freeing legal teams to focus on legal work and drive business strategy.
Contracts are the most important unsolved problem in modern business. Every company, in every country, in every industry runs on contracts, but managing these contracts slows companies down and costs them millions of dollars.
At Ironclad, we’re reimagining contracts. We’re turning them from rate limiters on the business to accelerators. L’Oréal, Staples, MasterCard, and leading innovators use Ironclad to collaborate and negotiate on contracts, accelerate contracting while maintaining compliance, and turn contracts into critical carriers of operational business intelligence. We’re backed by leading investors like Accel, Sequoia, and BOND, and we’re a Fortune Great Place to Work.
We are open to hiring for this role in our San Francisco and Remote hubs.
About this role: Too often, legal teams are asked to do more with less. They are desperately in need of solutions that allow them to scale their skillset, especially when it comes to the traditionally high touch process that governs contract creation, negotiation, and approval.
Ironclad transforms contracts into workflows through automation. Workflows make contract creation easy, and help streamline coordination by translating real-world business processes into software. Workflow Designer is where the magic begins - it’s where our users build the logic behind their workflows.
Workflow Designer is consistently cited as one of the top reasons why customers love Ironclad, but we’re just getting started! We are looking for a PM for the Workflow Designer team to define the future of how legal teams create and control contracts through Ironclad. We have some really exciting projects ahead of us, and you’ll be joining a company of smart, driven, and low-ego teammates from places like Salesforce, Google, Dropbox, Palantir, DocuSign, Zendesk, and Harvard Law.
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