The Daily Wire seeks a seasoned Chief Product Officer with previous experience running all Product-related activities of an established media or subscription-based company to join our Executive team in Nashville, Tennessee. In this crucial Executive position, the CPO will be responsible for the strategy and execution of all product-related activities within the company, overseeing the alignment of our Product features with the overall objectives and goals of The Daily Wire. Qualified candidates have at least eight years of experience in a similar role and thrive in a fast-paced, hyper-growth-mode work environment that requires exceptional agility, self-motivation, and strategic problem-solving skills. If you’ve got what it takes to excel in this critical position, we look forward to speaking with you!
Experience & Requirements:
Reports to: Co-CEOs
Start date: Immediate
Employment type: Full-time; Exempt
Benefits: Health insurance options (medical through Blue Cross Blue Shield; dental and vision through Guardian); Paid Time Off; 401k (5% match)
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