The Sr. Director, Product Management, Programmatic and Platform Products is a critical and highly visible role that will own and deliver products for DV’s world class Programmatic and Platform product suite. DoubleVerify processes billions of real-time transactions a day, hence performance and scalability considerations would guide you throughout each project. In this role, you will be responsible for crafting product roadmaps, ideating on innovative new products, formulating product strategy, assessing competitive landscapes, conducting customer and product discovery, working closely with engineering teams, and evangelizing product capabilities internally and externally.

The ideal candidate is data driven and has extensive product management experience as well as deep programmatic domain experience.

Role Responsibilities

  • Manage a team of 6 Product Managers and lead the ideation, technical development and launch of DV Programmatic and Platform Products
  • Understand strategic and competitive position and deliver products that are recognized best in the industry.
  • Lead roadmap creation across multiple publisher products
  • Collaborate with other product and engineering teams in order to manage dependencies and ensure successful launches
  • Define and analyze metrics that inform the success of products
  • Contribute to industry thought leadership by conducting webinars, speaking at conferences, and developing white papers

Minimum Qualifications

  • Strong analytical skills and critical thinking
  • 10+ years of combined full time working experience
  • 7+ years of experience in Product Management with most of those years in B2B space
  • 3+ years working at a DSP, SSP, programmatic buying platform, or trading desk
  • 3+ years of management experience with direct reports under your guidance and leadership
  • Successfully led new product development driving all aspects from concept to launch
  • Prior experience working on a data products such as BI, data analytics, data visualizations, or data measurement
  • Prior product management experience working on a SaaS based enterprise product

Preferred Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in Quantitative/Technical or equivalent preferred
  • Deep knowledge and experience with programmatic advertising technologies such as RTB, prebid, SSPs, DSPs
  • Hands-on experience with SQL and data analytics tools
  • Passion for customer focused product development
  • Experience collaborating and working with UX on mocks/prototypes, customer research, usability studies, personas, customer journey maps

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