Mike McLaughlin, Executive Vice President of Domains at GoDaddy posted a job opportunity on LinkedIn that I want to share with you. GoDaddy is looking to hire a Senior Product Manager for Domain Search Experience. The job opening is based out of the company’s Sunnyvale, California office. This job seems to be a combination of technical search expertise with a bit of marketing experience.
Here’s the description of what role the new hire will play:
The product manager will manage the experience of buying a new domain in every purchase path at GoDaddy across all devices and markets. You would help break the mold of a search results page which delivers a list of search results and build an experience which helps a customer build a digital identity.
Are you a technical product manager that loves to build brilliant product experiences used by millions of customers globally? Do you enjoy making the complex as simple (and user-friendly) as possible? Do you live and breathe everything online, and are you passionate about building the perfect digital identity across the globe? If you are willing to wake up every morning and drive this charter, we want to talk with you.
In this role you’ll be joining the Domains team, a team comprised of product, marketing, and engineering leaders who share a passion for driving next-generation products that customers love to use. You will gather and prioritize requirements, define the vision, deliver a seamless product experience, collaborate on platform innovation and refine products to peak performance. You will work closely with stakeholders, UX, design, development, marketing and support in a truly Agile approach. This person will be data-driven, iterative in approach, and relentless in delivering innovative customer-focused products. A strong engineering/platform is preferred.
We are re-envisioning how our 14M+ small business owners can start and run their businesses with many naming (TLD) options, and we’re looking for someone who wants to drive these kick-ass experiences.
This job opening seems more technical (hence the engineering background) than marketing, but perhaps someone reading will be interested or know someone interested. Job applications can be submitted via the Jobvite listing.