DoubleVerify is the recognized market innovator with the technology and tools that accurately authenticate the quality of digital media and drive ad performance for the world's largest brands. DV provides media transparency and accountability to deliver the highest level of impression quality for maximum advertising performance. Since 2008, DV has helped hundreds of Fortune 500 companies gain the most from their media spend by delivering best in class solutions across the digital ecosystem that help build a better industry. Learn more at doubleverify.com.
DoubleVerify is seeking a Senior Product Policy Manager to direct the company’s approach to content classification. The senior policy manager will work across content verticals ranging from misinformation and hate speech to crime, violence and disasters. Candidates should have knowledge of or interest in internet policy issues and media regulatory issues and/or law. They should also have excellent writing and analytical skills.
**Minimum Qualifications **
**Preferred Qualifications **
The successful candidate’s starting salary will be determined based on a
number of non-discriminating factors, including qualifications for the role,
level, skills, experience, location, and balancing internal equity relative to
peers at DV.
The estimated salary range for this role based on the qualifications set forth in the job description is between [$156,000 - $196,000]. This role will also be eligible for bonus/commission (as applicable), equity, and benefits.
The range above is for the expectations as laid out in the job description; however, we are often open to a wide variety of profiles, and recognize that the person we hire may be more or less experienced than this job description as posted.
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