gTLD Job Opportunties


I think there are many people that have an interest in the domain space, and some would prefer to work on the service side rather than as a full time domain investor.  From time to time, I’ll share a job opportunity that I found somewhere that looks like it could be of interest to someone reading my blog. There are many companies hiring right now.

I thought it would be interesting to share some of the job openings at gTLD registries. It seems that most companies involved in that space are bullish, and some are hiring.

Listed below in alphabetical order are some of the companies and organizations currently hiring, along with a link to the job or career section on each company’s website. Some of the positions are more technical (developers) and some are more business oriented (marketing).

Some companies (like Donuts) do not have a career or job page on their website, so I don’t know if they are currently hiring. Donuts does have an email address on its contact form to inquire about employment.

If you know of other companies in the new gTLD space that are currently hiring, feel free to post a link to those opportunities in the comment section.

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  1. Job openings now..

    Anyone remember how the NASDAQ crash and the .com bubble back in the day.

    Excitement, Jump up and down and guess what a major collapse..

    1 to 2 percent of .confusion will make it through.

    But all of this is great for the domain bizz, LOL…

  2. Good to see hiring in the GTLD services space. You’re in marketing Elliot and you and I both know that it will take some time and effort to rebrand from domains into a GTLD specific services provider. That is of course if everyone keeps substituting GTLD for domain 😉

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