OpenWeb (formerly Spot.IM) is on a mission to increase the quality of conversations online. We build technologies that create thriving and engaged communities, reduce toxicity, and increase safety - improving the quality of civil discourse and supporting independent journalism. Today, OpenWeb works with more than 700 top-tier publishers (including News Corp, Verizon Media, CBS, Fox News, Hearst, Refinery 29 and more) and hosts 100 million monthly active users.
Founded in 2012, OpenWeb has over 100 employees between New York City and Tel Aviv. We are backed by world-class investors including Insight Partners, Index Ventures, AltaIR Capital, ScaleUp, and Norma Investments. Together, we are empowering individuals to take action, and demand more from one another. We’re crafting technology that naturally brings people together and fosters healthy discussion—so they have more dinner-table talks and less shouting matches online. It starts with us. Let’s take the web back from the trolls - together. Are you in?
How You’ll Contribute:
OpenWeb is looking for an experienced Director of Advertisers Products, who will be focused on ensuring advertisers, internal advertisers BD personnel and partners have the proper products, tools and technology to lead a successful commercialization of our user-level data. You will serve as an advertisers product expert, representing the needs of advertisers as a whole within the product team and working with other PMs and relevant stakeholders to support the company’s revenue growth. Candidates should understand how to identify customer needs and business opportunities, bundle product and technology and take it to the market quickly and successfully.
- Partner with leadership to build a strategic roadmap to support the company’s goal to become a prominent advertisers partner in the Open Web.
- Evangelize the DMP program and gain “buy-in” from key stakeholders across the organization.
- Develop the necessary advertisers products and lead the commercialization of our user data.
- Work closely with adjacent product and tech teams in regards to the collection and commercialization of users data.
- Deep understanding of the ad-tech ecosystem and all of the entities that are utilized by a publisher, including brand safety and contextual solutions, DMP, advertising measurement, audience data and ad delivery platforms such as ad servers, SSPs and DSPs.
- Deep knowledge of the publishing industry and competitive landscape for publisher solutions
- Extensive years of ad-tech product strategy, product marketing, sales, sales engineering and / or business development experience.
- Demonstrated track record of building and leading a product roadmap for new data products
- Strong analytical, problem-solving, technical and strategic thinking skill
- Demonstrated ability to self-motivate, guide teams, work in teams and be flexible within a fast-paced and ever changing environment
The OpenWeb Culture
We offer a dynamic and unconventional work environment that spans from NYC to Tel Aviv, bringing together a diverse group of world class and high-caliber techies, wordsmiths, entrepreneurs, and creative thinkers. We empower every individual across our global team to be a catalyst for change and strive to create a work environment where you can have the utmost autonomy over your role and projects, from start to finish. If you want to join an innovative tech company where you can challenge yourself, have the freedom to own your work, and make a lasting impact, then you have a spot within our growing community!
OpenWeb is committed to building diverse teams and upholding an equal employment workplace that is free from discrimination. We hire amazing individuals regardless of their race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, gender identity, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, pregnancy, medical conditions, genetic information, disability, or Veteran status.
Build your skills with us as you build a better web for everyone. Join us!
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