Careers at Openbay
Help us take auto repair into the 21st century!
Openbay is an award-winning, online marketplace for consumer automotive repair services and a provider of SaaS based software for the automotive care industry.
Our team is building the world’s most trusted and transparent automotive services marketplace to make it easy and convenient for vehicle owners to find, book and pay for automotive repair and maintenance services with car dealerships, national automotive service chains, independent shops, and mobile mechanics.
The company has been well supported by early investors such as GV (formerly Google Ventures), a16z seed, Boston Seed Capital, Stage 1 Ventures and several recent strategic investors soon to be announced. Its business model and innovative technology have received attention from several media outlets including ABC World News, BBC, Boston Globe, FOX News, World Street Journal, Reuters. Our CEO and Founder, Rob Infantino, has an established track record of success building and growing enterprise software companies.
We are currently poised for rapid, aggressive growth - seeking entrepreneurial, driven, talented professionals to join our team and help drive the business forward. Our offices and team are located in Cambridge, MA and we are expanding with several senior and junior roles in the following functional areas:
Marketing / Customer Acquisition
Engineering & Software
Sales & Customer Support
Finance & Operations
Openbay in the News
"Openbay, a website and app that gives negotiating power to motorists"
"It makes fixing and maintaining your car as easy as updating your Facebook profile"
"Openbay helps you fix your car without getting stressed or swindled."
Openbay is "quietly building an industry leading marketplace"
"Openbay can save consumers the trouble of contacting a number of local providers individually."
"Openbay vets and indexes the professionals it works with an uses competition to get customers a lower price."
OpenbayConnect in the News
Wall Street Journal
"This is just one demonstration of how in-car connectivity to the Internet could alter business models."
'Maybe even old cars could get a bit smarter, even if their owners don’t pay attention.'
"It gives consumers leverage they’ve never had before when delving into the often nefarious world of car repairs."
Detroit Free Press
"Autotrader senior analyst Michelle Krebs said. 'As cars become more connected, a whole new world of possibilities opens up.'"