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Uniregistry Hiring Director of Registrar Sales

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uniregistry-logoUniregistry General Counsel Bret Fausett shared a new job listing on LinkedIn that I thought might be of interest to someone with experience in the domain name industry. Uniregistry is looking to hire a Director of Registrar Sales based out of its Newport Beach, California office.

The brief description of the job written by Uniregistry’s Kimberly Valliere is:

We are a fast growing internet technology company looking for a hungry, talented, well versed technologically savvy Director of Sales, to assist our Sales Representative to SELL our products all over the world!

As you would expect, the responsibilities are sales focused, as are the job requirements. Domain industry or domain investment experience are not a requirement of this job opportunity, but I presume the company would be happy to talk with an interested candidate who has domain industry experience.

While the job is based in California, the job posting stated that the person who is hired will need to be able to travel internationally. I presume that business trips to Grand Cayman will be a requirement.

The LinkedIn job posting did not share any salary information, so you’ll need to contact Uniregistry to discuss that. If interested, you can apply for the position online via LinkedIn. Perhaps having and using a new gTLD domain name for your personal website and email address will be helpful!


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Comments (1)

    Michael Mann

    I dont get it though, they cant find someone to push weird gTLDs they own? or they are trying to sell .Coms ?

    February 10th, 2017 at 5:33 am

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