Trademarkia is a website I use occasionally to perform trademark-related searches. This morning, I noticed a job listing the company posted on LinkedIn that could be of interest to someone with domain registrar expertise. Trademarkia posted a job listing for a Lead Developer for ICANN Domain Registrar Integration.
From what I gather, Trademarkia is looking to build an in-house domain name registrar, and the new hire will be the lead person for its development. Here’s an excerpt from the post that details the job description for this role:
“As the Lead Developer for ICANN Domain Registrar Integration at Trademarkia.com, you will play a pivotal role in the expansion of our platform into a full-fledged ICANN Registrar. You will work closely with our existing GoLang and React tech stack-based e-commerce system to integrate domain registration and trademark services seamlessly. Your expertise in building ICANN domain registrar websites and in-depth knowledge of ICANN rules and regulations will be critical in ensuring our compliance and success.”
This position appears to be highly technical, so a qualified candidate would be someone who has worked in a senior role at a domain registrar. Interestingly, it looks like the company is planning to offer 100,000 free domain names to attract new customers. For instance, one of the key responsibilities listed is to “[o]versee the technical aspects of offering free domain names to the first 100,000 registrants, ensuring compliance with ICANN guidelines.”
If you or someone you know might have an interest in this new role, you can have a look at the full job posting on LinkedIn.