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SVP of DSP Sales « FreeWheel

SVP of DSP Sales

FreeWheel is hiring a New York-based VP of DSP Sales and Account Management, reporting to the Global GM of the Markets Business Unit. This is a key member of the global Freewheel leadership team. The successful candidate will be responsible for overseeing global Demand Side Platform operations in support of FreeWheel’s Supply Side Platform technology and Marketplace offerings. This includes DSP sales (new-name and existing), relationship management, and account management. This team is focused on integrated demand partner success by evaluating new partners and following through on strategic opportunities with existing partners by leveraging market insights, buyer analytics, and deep industry relationships. This role would ultimately be responsible for developing and executing the global strategy for DSP partners, delivering against revenue and market share objectives, and acting as the lead for relationship management with our programmatic partners’ key decision markers.

The ideal candidate for this position has demonstrable experience managing a global demand-side programmatic business and has cross industry partner contacts at senior levels.

Key requirements


This position will require frequent and meaningful interaction with FreeWheel senior leadership. To be a leader in this environment will require the ability to quickly connect the dots between all functions, and have a deep understanding of FreeWheel technology, service offerings, and capabilities. An ability to successfully manage a smart, diverse, and extremely ambitious team (existing and new) is critical

In addition, we highly value individuals who are:

Life is short. Work someplace great.

FreeWheel offers a dynamic, flexible work environment with competitive salary and benefits packages. The challenges we solve are serious, but we’re not. We have fun every day because we love what we do. We are on a mission to shape the future of television and this is your chance to be part of it. Want to join the team that’s already thinking about what TV is going to look like five years from now?