Director of Product Management, Brand Suitability Products
Director of Product Management, Brand Suitability Products
Location: New York
Reporting Relationship: VP, Product Management for Brand Safety and Geo
Founded in 2008, DoubleVerify (DV) is the leading independent provider of marketing measurement software, data and analytics that authenticates the quality and effectiveness of digital media for the world’s largest brands and media platforms. DV provides media transparency and accountability to deliver the highest level of impression quality for maximum advertising performance by bringing transparency and accountability to the market and ensuring ad viewability, brand safety, fraud protection, accurate impression delivery and audience quality across campaigns to drive performance. DV has helped hundreds of Fortune 500 companies across every major vertical, including financial services, telecom, automotive, retail, CPG, travel, luxury and pharmaceuticals gain the most value out of their media spend by delivering best-in-class solutions across the digital ecosystem. Learn more at doubleverify.com
The Product Director, Brand Suitability Products, is a highly visible role that will own and deliver new product development of DV’s world-class Brand Safety and Brand Suitability solutions, as well as the core systems that support DV’s measurement. As a Director of Product Management, you’ll lead a team of Product Managers and Product Analysts building systems that filter and monitor billions of impressions per day, thereby providing brands and publishers accurate and safe results in any digital environment, including Web, CTV and Social.
In this role, you will be responsible for the Brand Suitability product roadmap, ideate innovative features, formulate product strategy, assess the competitive landscape, collect requirements, work closely with engineering teams, and evangelize product capabilities internally and externally. You’ll manage other Product Managers and help lead a cross functional team that creates products for advertisers and publishers across the digital landscape.
The ideal candidate is data driven, has a strong technical understanding, able to drive decisions from large amounts of data, and has extensive product management experience. Leadership skills and outstanding analytical skills are crucial for this role.
- Manage and grow a team of product managers.
- Lead the ideation, technical development and launch of DV’s Brand Suitability products.
- Overall responsibility for the successful execution of the product.
- Lead roadmap creation across all Brand Suitability and Core Measurement products.
- Collaborate with other product and engineering teams in order to ensure successful launches.
- Define and analyze metrics that inform the success of products.
- Collect feedback and functional needs from internal teams and customers, and develop product requirements accordingly.
- Strong analytical skills and critical thinking
- 10+ years of combined full time working experience
- 5+ years of experience in Product Management
- 2+ years of management experience with direct reports under your guidance and leadership.
- Successfully led new product development driving all aspects from concept to launch.
- Hands-on experience with SQL
- Bachelor’s degree in a Technical field
- Experience with product lifecycle management in a B2B setting
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