Sedo Seeking Global Communications Manager

SedoAlthough this position likely doesn’t require a background in domain names since a communications or marketing background is more important, I wanted to post a Sedo job listing I saw in case it’s of interest to you or someone you know. Sedo has offices around the world, and I believe this position is in their Cambridge, Massachusetts office, although the location is not listed.

According to the LinkedIn job posting:

As the Global Communications Manager you will be responsible for corporate communications in the English language via the web and print in addition to PR for our products, events and features. In this hands-on role you will be charged with collaborating closely with leadership teams across our three offices (UK, Germany and USA) most importantly product management and sales to develop long term marketing communication strategies, design expertly targeted communication plans and coordinate the timely execution of all outbound communication campaigns. With this exciting position you will have the opportunity to become a major impact player through your definitive contribution in creating and managing global communication efforts This dynamic role calls for excellent marketing skills imagination, ingenuity, urgency and passion. Our ideal candidate will not only contribute on a strategic level but also possesses the marketing and communication savoir faire to write fresh and insightful content and copy in a way that inspires action in our users.

All of the job requirements and necessary experience are listed on LinkedIn, as are the benefits (but not the salary). If you know of someone that might be interested in applying for this position, you might want to send them the information.

Elliot Silver
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