About Us...

Permutive is built on the core principle of responsible marketing, which includes privacy, consent and transparency. Its Audience Platform empowers publishers and advertisers to responsibly activate audiences without any third-party access to personal data.

Permutive is listed in Y Combinator’s Top 150 companies of all time and is trusted by the world’s largest publishers and advertisers, including News Corp, Hearst, BuzzFeed, Penske Media, Future plc, The Guardian, Vox Media, Insider, Hubert Burda Media and Condé Nast International.

About the Role...

We’re looking for a Director, Business Development to join our Strategic Partnerships team. This is a high impact role that will source and drive a pipeline of deals with the largest programmatic, identity, and data companies in advertising technology. This person will report directly to our Head of Partnerships. This role will work very closely with our Product team during the partner sale and interact cross-functionally with the Product Marketing, Publisher Sales, Advertiser Sales, Customer Success, Partner Success, and Legal teams through the close of a deal. 

The Strategic Partnerships team is responsible for the Go to Market execution and delivery of partnerships that realize the company’s ecosystem strategy. With recent new product advancements, a fast-growing industry need for an infrastructure that only Permutive is positioned to deliver, and new financing and resource availability, the opportunity for strategic business development at Permutive has never been greater. 

What you'll be doing...

  • Executing deals that integrate Permutive across the Ad Tech ecosystem for mutual strategic benefit, and the benefit of our publisher and advertiser clients
  • Sourcing opportunities with net-new logos directly, via the Partner Success team, & existing logos
  • Creatively aligning Permutive principles, goals, and infrastructure with the needs of Identity, Data, DSP, SSP, CDP, and Clean Room platforms and providers
  • Working closely with Head of Partnerships to deliver the Permutive position and worldview to partner prospects
  • Driving opportunities end-to-end from qualification through to close and operational hand-off
  • Supporting calls from Partner Success to execute deals with existing partners that maximize partner revenue and other strategic opportunity
  • Partnering closely with internal stakeholders to shape Permutive solutions and engagements
  • Continually identifying and surfacing new product opportunities to the Product team
  • Constantly growing your already extensive network

What you’ll need...

  • Significant commercial experience building pipeline and closing partnerships
  • Commercial experience initiating and managing large scale, complex deals
  • Knowledge of the Ad Tech ecosystem from a commercial and technical perspective 
  • Ability to partner cross-functionally and function with relative independence in assembling deals through close
  • Significant experience building and maintaining relationships with partners within the AdTech industry
  • Regularly keeping up to date on industry trends, particularly as it pertains to post-cookie ecosystem dynamics

Compensation…

We take a structured, objective approach to salary-setting, which is based on market information, our compensation strategy, and your experience and capability as assessed through our interview process. For a candidate who fits our criteria, we'd pay around $165,000 + bonus + options.

Benefits…

  • Stock options
  • Health & dental is covered 100% for Permutive employees and 75% for dependents
  • Parental Leave Policy entitling new parents up to 26 weeks of leave on full pay
  • Everyone has an annual learning budget of $3,000 which we encourage you to use to level up
  • Time to rest and relax with unlimited paid leave (minimum expectation of 25 days annually)
  • Extensive training and development opportunities
  • 401(k) plan
  • Free access to Spill, our mental health partners

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

At Permutive, we’re taking a thoughtful, intersectional, long-term approach to diversity, equity & inclusion. We care deeply about creating an inclusive work environment that allows everyone to flourish, and we are taking continual action to progress in that direction. If you would like to read an outline of efforts we have already made towards becoming a more inclusive company as well as insight into what we are actively working on, you can find that information here.

Our approach to Remote First

Permutive is a remote first company. We also have an office presence in London and New York. From March 2022, all employees have optional access to a permanent in-person collaboration space in NYC and London. You are expected to do your primary work from home however everyone at Permutive has the option to spend as much (or as little) time as they need working from our office spaces. As a company, we gather in person at least once per quarter for different company-wide events.

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