Hilco Streambank posted a job opening on LinkedIn that might appeal to someone with domain industry experience and expertise. Hilco is looking to hire a Domain Business Leader. The person will help the company build a domain name brokerage business and will help manage the domain name assets of the company and its clients.
Hilco Streambank specializes in the sale of assets owned by companies going through bankruptcy proceedings. I wrote about one of the company’s domain name bankruptcy auctions earlier this year after winning AllOut.com. Hilco has sold many domain names in this manner, and the company also manages its own portfolio of domain names.
Here’s an excerpt from the LinkedIn job listing describing what the company does and what the company is seeking in a candidate for this position:
“We are regularly called upon to broker domain names on behalf of clients and are looking to continue to grow that line of business by bringing on a leader whose efforts would be dedicated to serving these clients and finding new ones. We also own and manage a portfolio of hundreds of domain names and are seeking opportunities to grow that portfolio. We are seeking an entrepreneurial leader who can build and execute a business plan to leverage Hilco Streambank’s opportunity in this space.”
The company is seeking to hire someone with domain name experience. “Previous domain brokerage or portfolio management experience is preferred,” is mentioned in the qualifications section of the job posting. From the looks of it, the job will be based in New York City. I am not sure what the company has been doing regarding remote work, so prospective applicants will want to reach out directly to ask.