Citi, one of the world’s largest financial companies, is looking to hire a Domain Administration Analyst. The job listing was posted on LinkedIn about a month ago, and there are a handful of applicants so far. I think this job would be desirable for someone with domain management experience looking for a corporate job related to domain names.
Here’s an excerpt from the LinkedIn post that describes the job opening:
“As the CDNR SME Lead you will be a part of Citi’s Domain Name Registrar (CDNR) team, a team who is tasked with managing and overseeing all of Citi’s domain names within the internet environment and ensuring compliance with the respective country registries standards around the globe. Citi Domain Name Registrar functions provide global support to Citi businesses in the areas of domain and sub-domain names (also known as fully qualified domain name (FQDN)) registrations. CDNR Operations team is Citi’s single point of contact providing domain management services. This function enables a globally consistent management model for Citi owned domain names and assists Citi’s businesses by acting as the management interface for all the Registrars and Registries, in support of their domain requirements.”
There are no domain name-related qualifications required in the job listing, but domain name industry experience and expertise encompass some of the “Desired Skills.” For instance, the first two skills desired are directly related to domain names – working knowledge of registrars and registries and familiarity with ICANN.
The job will be in-person and based in Irving, Texas. The compensation for the job was not published, so interested applicants will need to reach out directly to Citi to learn more.
This job listing is similar to the Wells Fargo domain management job opportunity I wrote about in June.