Victoria’s Secret Hiring Domain Manager

I saw a job posting on LinkedIn that might appeal to someone with domain name industry experience and expertise. Victoria’s Secret is looking to hire a Brand Protection Domain Manager. This position is eligible to be remote with periodic travel requirements. Victoria’s Secret is based in Ohio.

While there are no requirements for domain name experience, this role might be suitable for someone who is familiar with the domain name industry. Here’s an excerpt from the job posting that describes the job opportunity:

“The role of the Online Enforcement and Domain Name Manager (Manager) is to assist with acquiring new domains, dispute offending domains, and facilitate currently owned domain assets. The Manager will also protect our brands from the activity infringing our intellectual property by filing relevant complaints. Common abuses encountered include: counterfeit goods, misuse of trademark or copyright rights, evaluating unauthorized distribution of legitimate goods for action. The Manager will be collaborate with team members in management to identify risk and recommend solutions. This is a managerial position and will supervise an investigator. The role is eligible to be fully remote with periodic travel on a quarterly basis or occasionally more frequently.”

If you’re interested in applying for this job or know someone who might have an interest, you can find the job listing on LinkedIn.

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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