Uniregistry is looking to hire a domain broker. The company posted a job opportunity on LinkedIn and is seeking to hire an Inside Sales Representative on its Domain Brokerage team. This domain broker job will be based out of the company’s Grand Cayman office, and a relocation package is offered to all new employees.
As one would expect with a domain name brokerage job opening, the candidate needs to be great at sales. Here’s more about the opportunity directly from the job listing:
“The successful candidate will have a proven track record of high volume sales and bring with them a solid base of computer experience, the ability to close phone sales and to manage an ongoing stream/lead pipeline using our custom CRM system.”
Although domain industry and domain name brokerage experience is not a requirement for this job opening, the company mentions that “previous experience in the domain name industry is preferred.” Perhaps someone working at a different industry company – or even a domain investor working alone would have an interest in applying for this job opening.
There are quite a few exceptional domain brokers who either currently work at Uniregistry or gained experience working at Uniregistry in the past. There are millions of domain names listed for sale in the company’s marketplace, and Uniregistry founder Frank Schilling’s domain portfolio is also listed for sale at Uniregistry. This means that Uniregistry brokers work with selling some of the best domain names on the market.
As of the time of publication, LinkedIn states that there have been fewer than 25 applicants for this job opening.
Must be able to find suckers who are willing to pay 20 times more than the average normal selling price.