The Sunday Help Wanted Section: See Who’s Hiring

Mar 13 2011

Every Sunday I thought I would post a few of the jobs available in the domain industry. This week I started with the “big boys” and I hope in future weeks to be able to build a “Help Wanted” of companies or domainers who need people to do certain tasks. The domain industry is really no different from most Internet companies when it comes to employee needs.  Engineers, SEO, Account managers, all are needed.  For you? Maybe the domain flipping isn’t working out as well as you thought. Maybe you’re like Chef Patrick and you want to learn the industry a little more by working for someone else.  If anyone is looking for employees or someone to do some work, feel free to email me and I’ll get your positions posted. And I’ll do it for free, every Sunday. Can’t beat that price.

Sedo.com

All their positions are out of Boston.

Senior Sales Consultant
In this role you will be responsible for driving new business across all critical product areas. Successful candidates are innovative, driven and entrepreneurial and will have a demonstrated ability to drive new business, develop and leverage a strong client network, and deliver repeatable and consistent business offerings with a focus on quality, creativity, and integrity.
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Sales Executive
In this role you will be responsible for driving loyalty, new business sales, and renewals while establishing high-level relationships with key decision makers and ensuring both growth and long term client satisfaction. Successful candidates are innovative, determined and execution oriented and will have a demonstrated ability to produce results, increase revenue in a metrics driven environment and leverage a strong client network.
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Business Development Director
As a Business Development Director you will be primarily responsible for developing new business and partnership opportunities for a diverse suit of products and value added services. Your role will be to identify, pursue and capture new business opportunities in addition to building continuing relationships with our existing key clients and partners as well as play an integral role in developing new ones.
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Accounting Associate
The Accounting Associate position is a unique role that encompasses many dynamic aspects of Accounting and Finance. At their core, the members of this international team are driven to uncover the best, and often creative, approach to problem solving, delivering new meanings of financial information, supporting internal departments in their accounting needs and developing new systems, procedures and departmental processes as needed for a fast paced and growing organization meanwhile keeping the best interest for company and client at the forefront of their decision making.
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Oversee.net

Quite a few positions here in both NY and LA.  Full health coverage is a nice bonus in today’s market.  Chef Patrick’s job is available as well.  Obviously they allow tats and showmanship

Director of Monetization and Analytics Monetization Los Angeles, CA
Senior Analyst Monetization Los Angeles, CA
Account Executive / Domain Name Specialist Moniker Pompano Beach, FL
UK Country Manager ShopWiki – Marketing New York, NY
Business Analyst ShopWiki – Technology New York, NY
Software Developer ShopWiki – Technology New York, NY
QA Analyst ShopWiki – Technology New York, NY
QA Engineer ShopWiki – Technology New York, NY
UI Software Engineer ShopWiki – Technology New York, NY
QA Engineer Technology – DS Los Angeles, CA
Technical Program Manager Technology – DS Los Angeles, CA
Front End Developer Technology – DS Los Angeles, CA
Chief Research Engineer Technology – Platform Los Angeles, CA
Senior Software Developer Technology – Vertical Markets Los Angeles, CA
Senior PHP / Drupal Developer Technology – Vertical Markets Los Angeles, CA
Search Engine Marketing Specialist Vertical Markets Los Angeles, CA
Analyst Vertical Markets Los Angeles, CA
Account Executive Vertical Markets Los Angeles, CA
Director of Product Management Vertical Markets Los Angeles, CA


Demand Media:

As expected they are looking for a ton of people in all different areas.

Administrative
Receptionist Santa Monica, CA
Business Intelligence
Applications Engineer Santa Monica, CA
Business Intelligence Operations Engineer Santa Monica, CA
SDET (Software Development Engineer in Test) – BI Santa Monica, CA
Content
Content Manager Santa Monica, CA
Content Manager – eHow.com Santa Monica, CA
Director of Editorial, typeF Santa Monica, CA
New Media Internship Santa Monica, CA
Photo Editor, eHow.com Santa Monica, CA
Engineering
SQL Database Engineer Bellevue, WA
Finance
Business Analyst Bellevue, WA
Senior Tax Manager Santa Monica, CA
VP, Investor Relations Santa Monica, CA
Human Resources
Human Resources Consultant Santa Monica, CA
Recruiting Sourcer Santa Monica, CA
IT
Principal Network Engineer Santa Monica, CA
Senior Network Engineer Santa Monica, CA
Senior Network Engineer Bellevue, WA
Sr Applications Operations Engineer Santa Monica, CA
Marketing
Market Development Intern Santa Monica, CA
Market Development Manager New York City, NY
Sales Marketing Manager Santa Monica, CA
Senior Marketing Analytics Manager Santa Monica, CA
Studio Marketing Intern Santa Monica, CA
VP, Consumer Marketing Santa Monica, CA
Product Development
Product Director, eHow.com Money Santa Monica, CA
Product Manager, Digital Advertising – eHow.com Santa Monica, CA
Product Manager, Registrar Bellevue, WA
Senior Product Manager, eHow.com Food Santa Monica, CA
Sales
Account Director, Southeast Atlanta, GA
Account Executive New York City, NY
Account Manager Santa Monica, CA
Account Manager New York City, NY
Ad Platforms Manager New York City, NY
Business Development Sales Representative – Inside Sales Bellevue, WA
Search Engine Optimization
Senior SEO Manager, eHow.com Santa Monica, CA
SEO Manager, eHow.com Santa Monica, CA
Technical Support
Technical Support Representative Bellevue, WA
Web Development
Front End Developer- Studio Santa Monica, CA
PHP Developer, Senior – LiveStrong Santa Monica, CA
Sr PHP Developer-Cracked.com Santa Monica, CA
UI Engineer Santa Monica, CA

Godaddy.com

There are just too many to list. You’ll have to go to the website to get all the info.  As expected.  Heavy on the engineering wants.

ICANN

Quite a few jobs here as well including Senior Meeting Planner.  The only thing worse than having to go to all those meetings is to have to plan them all

Current Listings
Communications
Compliance
Executive
Chief of Staff (OHCEOCOS)
Silicon Valley, CA, US.
Vice President, Chief Security Officer (OHVPCSO)
Any Global Location, To Be Determined
Global Partnerships
IANA
Information Technology
Meeting Planning
Senior Meeting Planner (OHSRMTGPLNNR)
Washington DC, Brussels BE, Marina del Rey, CA, US.
Ombudsman
Ombudsman (OHOMBDSMN)
Any Global Location, To Be Determined
Policy
At-Large Coordination Officer (OHALCOORDOFFCR)
Washington DC, Brussels BE, Marina del Rey, CA, US.
At-Large Regional Affairs Officer (OHREGAFFRSOFFCR)
Washington DC, Brussels BE, Marina del Rey, CA, US.
Policy Director (OHPLCYDRCTR)
Washington DC, Brussels BE, Marina del Rey, CA, US.
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4 comments

  1. Leonard Britt

    Thanks for the info – had two interviews with recruiters / agencies this week as I’m back in the market. The feedback I received from them was that the job market has picked up considerably from last year but still is below levels of several years ago. Both seemed to view my domaining foray as a slight negative so I need to address that concern in interviews. For now I would like to stay in South Florida. The last two years have been a great learning experience but it is time to go back to the real world 🙂


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      ShaneCultra

      Leonard,

      Curious as to why they consider domaining a negative other than the fact you didn’t have a “real” job during that period.

  2. Leonard Britt

    Shane – Their comment was that I haven’t been doing traditional finance / accounting in two years now and that many companies would prefer someone with “more recent experience.” It is true I have had to brush up on Excel 2007 at the library because my home computer still has Excel 2003. However, after years of experience with monthly closings, budgets, cost & return-on-investment analysis, as well as Latin American operations, I don’t believe the accounting / finance function has changed radically over that timeframe. Rather, I believe the hiatus has given me a broader business perspective, an appreciation for sales and marketing and a basic grasp of website development and SEO. OK most accounting / finance professionals aren’t tasked to do such things in a corporate environment but I actually came across one local ecommerce company where I believe my recent experience would be viewed upon more favorably. We’ll see…

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