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Business Development Manager — New York

Sum­ma­ry: The Busi­ness Devel­op­ment Man­ag­er is respon­si­ble for the find­ing new prospects, on board­ing and day-to-day man­age­ment of ReviMedia’s lead buy­ing clients in mul­ti­ple ver­ti­cals, includ­ing insur­ance and auto­mo­tive. The Busi­ness Devel­op­ment Man­ag­er reports to COO and will be work­ing close­ly with the mar­ket­ing man­agers and devel­op­ment team to increase bot­tom line rev­enues. Activ­i­ties: • Devel­op new busi­ness by find­ing new clients • Man­age rela­tion­ships with key lead buy­ers • Ana­lyze per­ti­nent data such as: lead infor­ma­tion, lead qual­i­ty and lead per­for­mance Addi­tion­al activ­i­ties and respon­si­bil­i­ties include: • Build­ing and main­tain­ing rela­tion­ships with adver­tis­ers • Explor­ing new busi­ness oppor­tu­ni­ties and expan­sion to new mar­kets • Project man­age­ment of new require­ments Knowl­edge and expe­ri­ence: • Sales, both find­ing new prospects and sell­ing on cur­rent accounts • Ana­lyt­i­cal: ana­lyze data and make deci­sions on infor­ma­tion gath­ered • Man­ag­ing key client accounts • Good knowl­edge of MS Office (Word, Excel, etc). Excel­lent knowl­edge of Excel a plus • Lan­guage knowl­edge: Eng­lish Require­ments: • Two to three years expe­ri­ence in sales and/or account man­age­ment • Bachelor’s degree in Mar­ket­ing or Com­mu­ni­ca­tions • Inde­pen­dent, Ana­lyt­i­cal, Full Ini­tia­tive, Enthu­si­as­tic, Pro­fes­sion­al If you’re inter­est­ed in being part of our grow­ing sales and mar­ket­ing team in New York,…

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Web Engineer SeatGeek New York NY

The Overview Seat­Geek is look­ing for folks who are smart, curi­ous, and love build­ing web apps. Most of our cur­rent team is pret­ty full-stack capa­ble, so we don’t have par­tic­u­lar holes we’re try­ing to fill. Rather, we need to expand our team so that we can deal with the chal­lenge of con­stant­ly improv­ing a site that already serves mil­lions. We believe in deploy­ing code into pro­duc­tion every day, a flat engi­neer­ing team, rapid iter­a­tion, and an intense focus on user expe­ri­ence. We build most new fea­tures as stand­alone web ser­vices, and we open source them when­ev­er we can. If that’s intrigu­ing to you, drop us a line. What We’re Look­ing For Expe­ri­ence build­ing web apps. The more the mer­ri­er. We’ll be most inter­est­ed in check­ing out what you have built. Pas­sion­ate about web apps and code: You are opin­ion­at­ed about how soft­ware should work, inside and out Expert with at least one lan­guage (French does not count), and good with sev­er­al oth­ers The Tools We Use You absolute­ly do not need expe­ri­ence with all of these, but we thought you might be curi­ous: Lan­guages: Python, Ruby, and PHP (Sym­fony) Data­s­tores: MySQL, Mon­goDB, Elas­tic­Search and Redis Serv­er: Nginx, w/ Uni­corn and…

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Mobile Product Lead at BuzzFeed in New York, NY

Buz­zFeed is look­ing for a prod­uct leader to take our Mobile apps to the next lev­el. We’re a new kind of media com­pa­ny for the social world. Our tech­nol­o­gy pow­ers the social dis­tri­b­u­tion of con­tent, detects what is trend­ing on the web, and con­nects peo­ple in real­time with the hottest con­tent of the moment.  Our site is a rapid­ly grow­ing hub for media that reach­es over 20 mil­lion month­ly unique vis­i­tors and our net­work tracks an addi­tion­al 300M uniques. This role will report direct­ly to our Head of Prod­uct. This job is based in our NYC offices, and we offer com­pet­i­tive com­pen­sa­tion and stock option pro­gram. You Will: Over­see prod­uct for our iPhone, iPad, Android apps, and con­tribute as well to Mobile Web Work close­ly with mobile devel­op­ment team to imple­ment mobile-native ver­sions of web fea­tures Inno­vate new mobile-cen­tric fea­tures and expe­ri­ences for social con­tent Mon­i­tor and dri­ve mobile growth met­rics, work­ing close­ly with our growth team Work with design­ers to improve and main­tain app expe­ri­ence and visu­al design and brand­ing Experience/Skills: Design­ing and ship­ping beau­ti­ful, func­tion­al, suc­cess­ful iOS and Android apps Demon­strat­ed abil­i­ty to design and ship prod­ucts with great user expe­ri­ence Under­stand intu­itive­ly the lat­est devel­op­ments in mobile UI design and…

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Data Engineer New York

Chart­beat is a real-time ana­lyt­ics ser­vice designed for real-time action used by every­one from The Wall Street Jour­nal to Al Jazeera. We’re democ­ra­tiz­ing data by putting it in the hands of peo­ple who need it to make deci­sions and take action — right now. Our Meat­pack­ing Dis­trict, Man­hat­tan Office is look­ing pret­ty damn good at three years old. We’re full of incred­i­ble tal­ent, fund­ed by some of the top investors in the world (Drap­er Fish­er Jurvet­son, Index Ven­tures and Beta­works), and we’re grow­ing. Fast. Our Team We’re an eclec­tic team of cir­cum­nav­i­gat­ing polar explor­ers, nunchuk-wield­­ing data sci­en­tists, pint-sized Kansan prod­uct queens, Dan­ish hack­ers and freak­ish­ly strong design­ers. We have opin­ions. We’re expect­ed to share them — right and wrong. And that’s how we build amaz­ing things togeth­er every sin­gle day. We’re a start­up, and we all have a stake in the busi­ness. So we work hard, but we trust you to work the hours that it takes to give us the best of you — 9am or 9pm. We don’t track vaca­tion because you can either make a deci­sion on that with the good of the com­pa­ny in mind or you prob­a­bly aren’t right for us any­way. You Data is…

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Product Manager Product Development | New York, NY

Prod­uct Devel­op­ment @ Axi­al­Mar­ket At Axi­al­Mar­ket, the Prod­uct Devel­op­ment Team leads the way in prod­uct inno­va­tion. We are the dri­ving force respon­si­ble for con­cep­tu­al­iz­ing, shap­ing, and launch­ing new prod­ucts. At the core of our work is an authen­tic com­mit­ment to doing what­ev­er max­i­mizes suc­cess for our user base. At Axi­al, we call our users “Mem­bers”.  We strive to learn every­thing we can about them — their needs, their behav­iors, their lives.  This informs every deci­sion we make and every prod­uct we ship. The Prod­uct Man­ag­er Role Prod­uct Man­agers at Axi­al­Mar­ket lead the ideation process, define the prod­uct, and work with Engi­neer­ing to launch new prod­ucts and fea­tures. Prod­uct Man­agers are part of a mul­ti-dis­­­ci­­pli­­nary team of prod­uct devel­op­ment, design, QA, and UX pro­fes­sion­als who col­lab­o­rate close­ly with each oth­er to build prod­ucts that touch mil­lions of peo­ple. Prod­uct Man­agers at Axi­al­Mar­ket are data-dri­ven, crit­i­cal thinkers with a strong under­stand­ings of tech­ni­cal appli­ca­tion devel­op­ment, the right design sense, and an excep­tion­al abil­i­ty to inter­pret user behav­ior and intent. Respon­si­bil­i­ties: Dri­ve all stages of the prod­uct devel­op­ment life cycle. Deeply under­stand the mar­ket oppor­tu­ni­ty and iden­ti­fy the needs of our “Mem­bers,” to cre­ate new and improve exist­ing Axi­al­Mar­ket prod­ucts Effec­tive­ly strate­gize, orga­nize,…

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