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Document Control Specialist


PAX is a leading global cannabis brand on a mission to enhance people’s lives, delivering well-being through pure products, unique experiences, and an unparalleled passion for the plant. For more than a decade, PAX has provided products that are simple, enjoyable, and trusted by millions. PAX has been recognized for its brand, culture and products by The New York Times’ Wirecutter, TIME, Fast Company, GQ, Gear Patrol, mg Magazine, High Times, and many more. PAX is committed to making a positive impact through PEACE BY PAX, its purpose-driven platform supporting social reform, safe access and sustainability. 

We are incredibly excited about the progress of the movement, the tremendous growth of the industry, and inspired every day by our opportunity to help change lives through cannabis. Our culture is focused on putting people at the center of everything we do, making an impact together, and having fun along the way.

Our team has an unparalleled passion for the plant and has helped build business at the forefront of consumer experience and well-being, including Apple, Google, Uber, Fitbit, Constellation, Honest Company, Beauty Counter, Eaze, Curaleaf, Wyld and more. PAX has raised over $430MM in capital from leading consumer and technology investors and is available for sale in some capacity in more than 40 countries around the world.


PAX Labs is looking for a Document Control Specialist to support our Hardware Engineering and Consumables teams. This role is highly cross-functional, as the DCS must work directly with individual contributors across the organization to ensure all product data is captured and controlled appropriately. Flexibility and creativity are crucial to synthesizing the many different elements of product development documentation into a coherent product record.

  • Manage all product and supplier data in the context of the PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) system
  • Build and track completion of engineering change orders (ECOs) in the PLM system
  • Conduct research within the existing product record to support suppliers and fellow team members
  • Attend relevant program meetings to anticipate team needs
  • Actively defend the integrity of the PLM process and product record
  • Identify gaps and inefficiencies in processes, and write proposals to close them. Manage implementation of process changes, ensuring buy-in from all stakeholders.
  • Act as project manager for limited-scope, documentation-focused programs such as bundle offerings or seasonal colors

This role is remote, and based on PST working hours, but local candidates are encouraged to apply. Some evening hours may be required to communicate with East Asian suppliers during their workdays. Occasional travel to the SF headquarters will be necessary as well.


  • Obsessive attention to detail
  • Strong communication skills
  • Very strong organizational skills
  • Ability to track multiple separate tasks to completion with minimal oversight
  • Ability to accept and own responsibility for your work
  • Experience with PLM systems (Arena, Windchill, Propel, etc.)
  • Experience performing research in a technical field
  • Experience with project management in a technical field


  • Experience with Arena PLM specifically
  • Knowledge of the consumer electronics Product Development Process
  • Programming experience in VB and/or JSON interoperability


  • BS/BA Degree


  • Competitive compensation, equity & bi-annual performance reviews
  • Fully funded comprehensive medical, dental, and vision coverage
  • 401K plan
  • Generous PTO policy 
  • Paid Parental Leave
  • Monthly wellness reimbursement
  • Cell Phone reimbursement
  • Employee Purchase Program for discounted PAX devices
  • Weekly catered lunch, endless snacks and beverages
  • Dog Friendly HQ in the Mission District of San Francisco
  • Employee Assistance Program including access to online legal support


In addition to the benefits above, this role has a pay range between $55-65k + equity. This pay range represents what we believe, in good faith, this role will pay. The final pay will depend on many factors, including years and depth of experience, level, and location of the employee. We only expect to pay the top of the range in rare and exceptional circumstances, for candidates that far exceed the requirements and expectations of the position.


  • Put Consumers First - We are here to enhance their lives. We put their needs first in everything we do. We work together to deliver unique solutions for their benefit.
  • Build a Community - We are active and beneficial builders of a global community. We collaborate together to support sustainability, well-being and social equity efforts—both internally and externally—to establish cannabis as a force for good.
  • Innovate with Passion - We are passionate about enhancing the cannabis experience by making it positive, accessible and intuitive. We set the standards, innovate for consumers and find the yes as a team. 
  • Be the Solution and Collaborate - We work as a team to achieve winning outcomes, knowing we each individually are the solution, but can only succeed together.
  • Lead with Humility and Transparency - We stay open and humble in everything we do. We value learning from each other, and cultivate transparency in our culture and products.

We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodation.

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