Who we are

DoubleVerify is the recognized market innovator with the technology that accurately authenticates the quality of digital media and drives ad performance for the world's leading brands. DV provides media transparency and accountability to deliver the highest level of impression quality for maximum advertising performance.  Since 2008, DV has helped hundreds of Fortune 500 companies gain the most from their media spend and helped build a better industry. Learn more at doubleverify.com.

DoubleVerify operates at a massive scale - our backend handles over 100B+ events per day and we analyze and process those events in real-time. We verify that all Ads are Fraud Free, Brand Safe, in the right Geo and highly likely to be viewed and engaged, all that in less than a fraction of a second.

We are a global company, with R&D centers in Tel Aviv, New York, Finland, Belgium and San Diego. We work in a fast-paced environment and have numerous challenges to solve. If you love solving big data challenges and want to help us build a better industry then your place is with us.

 

What will you do

You will help us discover, define, plan and execute our vision for DV’s Data Platform, used for Machine Learning, Big Data Processing and Analytics. You will interface with multiple teams to understand their domain and needs, and will work closely with the platform teams who execute on the vision and infrastructure.

  • Build cloud native, Data and ML platform products.
  • Partner with the development, data analysis, product and data science teams to identify user personas  and business use cases, translating those  to technical product requirements
  • Work with the Data platform & ML engineering teams, define their roadmaps and help them prioritize and execute their work. 
  • Setup KPIs to track progress, analyze team effectiveness and ensure that developed solutions are widely adopted by  by DV engineers and data scientists 
  • Help us rethink how we treat our data, its locality and ownership. 

 

Who you are

  • Experience with owning features and product development from conception to launch
  • Hands on SQL experience 
  • Experience working with databases 
  • B.Sc. in CS/Mathematics/any other quantitative field (or equivalent practical experience)
  • 6+ years of combined full time working experience
  • 3+ years of product management experience
  • Strong analytical skills and critical thinking 
  • Organized with rigorous attention to detail, drive for excellence
  • A team player with excellent collaboration and communication skills

Nice to have

  • Knowledge of AI / ML, and first-hand experience working with AI / ML-powered technology products

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