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Radix Hiring Registrar Partner Manager

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Radix RegistryI want to share a domain industry job opportunity that was sent to me. Radix Registry is looking to hire a Registrar Partner Manager for the US, Canada, and Latin America markets. The job opportunity was just posted on LinkedIn.

Here is some of what the job entails, according to the job description:

“Radix is looking to develop a deeper level of engagement with the global distribution channel (registrars) for its new extensions. As a Registrar Partner Manager, you will be responsible for our partners in the US, Canada and Latin America. Your job is to a) ensure a wide distribution network in the local market and b) evolve those channel relationships into strategic partnerships. The job involves frequent travel and road-trips across your region to ensure that you build a good working relationship and rapport with our partners.”

If you aren’t already aware, Radix has applied for 29 new gTLD extensions, making it one of the larger applicants. It is a part of the Directi company, which was recently acquired by Endurance International an independent company, which was not acquired by Endurance when that company acquired Directi. You can learn more about Radix in an interview I posted with its founder, Bhavin Turakhia.

There are quite a bit of job requirements for the ideal candidate, and domain industry experience is certainly not required. I am sure that it would be helpful for the ideal candidate to be knowledgable about the domain space, so perhaps someone with domain industry ties would have an interest in applying.

If this sounds appealing to you, you can learn more about the job opening on the LinkedIn page. It appears that the job opening will be based in the US, although it doesn’t say which office.


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Comments (4)

    Nick Nelson

    To clarify, while the Directi group was acquired by EIG. The registry was carved out of that acquisition from my understanding.

    February 18th, 2014 at 11:50 am

      Elliot Silver

      I thought so, too, but here’s where I saw the information about Endurance:

      “As part of the SEC filing, Endurance unveiled “plans on buying Directi for between $100 and $110 million,” according to a report by Domains.com. “In buying Directi, Endurance would also get Radix Registry which has 29 active new gTLD applications of which 26 are in contention.”

      http://www.thewhir.com/web-hosting-news/endurance-international-group-files-for-400-million-ipo

      February 18th, 2014 at 11:53 am

      Sandeep Ramchandani

      Hey Elliott, So thewhir’s article made an inaccurate assessment of EIG’s position in Radix. I can confirm that Radix is completely independent at this time.

      In reply to Elliot Silver | February 19th, 2014 at 3:12 am

    BullS

    Radix,

    At this moment,I am available for the position but due to high demand for my expertise it is advisable to contact me as soon as possible.

    Regards,
    Bulls
    CreativeCEO
    “BullS”- website of the year

    February 18th, 2014 at 12:01 pm

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