GoDaddy Hiring Director of its NameFind Portfolio


NameFind is the domain name portfolio company owned by GoDaddy. NameFind owns hundreds of thousands of domain names following acquisitions of several large domain portfolios (Uniregistry, Marchex, Berkens…etc.).

GoDaddy posted a job listing for a Director-level position with NameFind, according to a tweet from Paul Nicks, VP of the Aftermarket at GoDaddy:

According to the job posting, “The NameFind business is in search of a leader to manage one of the most valuable portfolios in the world as a part of the world’s largest premium domain reseller.” This is a new role within GoDaddy’s Aftermarket division.

Domain industry experience is a requirement for this position. In fact, the first bullet point under experience is “Previous experience in Domain and Aftermarket industry.” I know of several people who would be well qualified for this position.

The new hire will be able to work remotely from anywhere in the US or Canada. GoDaddy has large offices in Arizona, California, and Massachusetts, so the applicant could potentially work from one of these offices once people begin going back to the office on a regular basis. The person who is hired will report to Paul Nicks.

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