Who we are

DoubleVerify brings transparency into the world of ad technology: we help content creators, publishers and advertisers to build a better ad industry: we validate that ads are viewable, protect the brands of the advertisers by understanding the context their ads are shown in, and protect them from fraud. This transparency builds trust and is the key to a viable ecosystem of high quality content, supported by ad income, accessible to everyone.

Since 2008, DV has helped hundreds of Fortune 500 companies gain the most from their media spend by delivering best in class solutions across the digital advertising ecosystem, helping to build a better industry. Learn more at www.doubleverify.com.

Job Responsibilities

As the Product Manager, Measurement Solutions you will be leading the ongoing and future efforts of DoubleVerify to bring advertising authentication and protection to every corner of the digital ecosystem. DV measurement is the most advanced in the AdTech industry and ensuring it is available everywhere will see you work with some of the largest platforms in our space and will challenge you to think creatively while maintaining high compatibility with the marketplace. The ultimate goal of the PM in this role is to provide ubiquitous services to DV’s clients whether they are advertisers, publishers or platforms.

What you will do:

  • Research, plan and execute so that DV measurement services are available wherever our clients want them. Engage in partner relationships with strategic platforms, establish trust and leverage these strong ties to sustain existing solutions and design new ones.
  • Define the technical capabilities and requirements needed for Measurement Solutions to work effectively and define SLAs and KPIs to ensure we maintain high standards of availability and scale.
  • Work proactively so that all DV services can be activated seamlessly – today and in the future – by keeping track of industry trends, technical evolution and partner roadmaps.
  • Become the organization’s go-to person for knowledge about both Measurement Solutions already in place and how best to design new integrations. Empower client services so they can effectively support customers, including basic troubleshooting.
  • Define and drive all tactical planning where Measurement Solutions are at the core. Become a key contributor to the group's strategic roadmap planning process and owner of major deliverables.

Who you are and what you have done:

  • Quickly and effectively learn and explore new topics, identify knowledge sources and understand new technologies. Be excited about learning new complex technology in an ecosystem that is constantly in flux.
  • See data analysis as an essential part in ensuring quality and agility and perform data driven decisions everyday.
  • Build close and effective relationships both within the organization and with strategic partners and clients.
  • Work effectively with different teams and people across the R&D and commercial organizations to achieve a strategic outcome.
  • Passionate about delivery and execution against strategic goals and able to define and change priorities as needed.

Icing on the cake:

  • You have experience with the ad tech ecosystem in general and campaign activation in particular. Tags sheets, macros and wrappers are not new to you.
  • You have hands-on experience in SQL and data analysis tools.
  • You have a record of delivering highly technical integrations with large partner platforms.
  • You have a record of delivering capabilities in data-heavy products.

The successful candidate’s starting salary will be determined based on a number of non-discriminating factors, including qualifications for the role, level, skills, experience, location, and balancing internal equity relative to peers at DV.

The estimated salary range for this role based on the qualifications set forth in the job description is between [$81,00 to $161,000]. This role will also be eligible for bonus/commission (as applicable), equity, and benefits. 

The range above is for the expectations as laid out in the job description; however, we are often open to a wide variety of profiles, and recognize that the person we hire may be more or less experienced than this job description as posted.

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