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Looking for a fun, dynamic challenging digital product management role?

Then becoming the General Manager of Mansion Global at Dow Jones may be the right role for you.

The industry term for it is Real Estate Porn. Seriously. That’s because wealthy customers can’t get enough of browsing luxury real estate properties online. Few media properties are as well positioned as Dow Jones, parent company of The Wall Street Journal, to understand both the wealthy consumer who enjoys browsing multi-million dollar real estate and the the technical nuances of the sophisticated financial investment industry behind it.

To take advantage of the tremendous advertising and commerce opportunity that ultra-high-end real estate industry presents, Dow Jones introduced a brand new website called Mansion Global in May 2015. The site seamlessly integrates integrates property search and related news content, and is designed to empower international buyers to make intelligent purchase decisions and to engage the luxury real estate enthusiast. The site is presented in English, Spanish and Chinese-language editions.

As General Manager of Mansion Global, you’ll be responsible for product development and business management and developing strategies to grow revenue through advertising and commerce strategies.

This role is extremely entrepreneurial. It’s up to you to develop business strategies and priorities and execute against them. You’ll have the opportunity to work hand-in-hand with the world-class Wall Street Journal newsroom, and have tremendous exposure to management.

This role has the potential to be a real career-maker. Run your own business with the support and resources of Dow Jones behind you.

And you’ll benefit from the benefits that women on Fairygodboss say are “better than most.” Users say, “it’s a great place to work for a woman (or a man for that matter!).”

This job has great visibility to senior management and is based in New York in the global headquarters of Dow Jones, within the renowned News Corp building.

Apply to become GM of Mansion Global at Dow Jones now, or view lots of other great jobs at Dow Jones.

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