Have you seen what’s new at Ask.com? As we pursue continued growth for Ask’s exciting, new Q&A Content Business, we are seeking an experienced Director of Product or Sr. Product Manager to lead new feature development and site optimization, especially focusing on content discovery and recommendations. You’re work will impact multiple properties across desktop, mobile [...]
The Sr. Product Manager, Content will work closely with UX, Engineering, Analysts, and Content Production teams to drive product initiatives based on the Content team’s goals and user feedback. This position will report directly to the Sr. Director of Product Management, Content.
Label, analyze and evaluate large quantities of language data using qualitative and quantitative methods. Draw connections and derive insights from the data. Translate your findings into actionable insights to help make choices and recommendations that will drive what we develop. Work closely with other analysts, to help data scientists, software developers and product stakeholders develop new data-driven products and to improve existing products.
This position is to support a classification system built internally that requires a new architecture and substantial support for a linguistic data analyst. You will be responsible for evaluating existing training data, cleaning and pruning as needed, as well as doing research to find more data when needed. In addition, this position will be responsible for verifying performance of the classification system, including performing analysis on performance to aid the Data Scientists and developers in improving both precision and recall.
We are looking for fearless leaders with direct experience in successfully delivering exceptional web search technologies, from ideation through development to launch. If you are looking for a career-shaping role that blends innovation, profitability and scale, join our team.
The Sr. Product Manager, Content Management will be responsible for developing Content Management tools that help us to manage millions of pages of content. They’ll work closely with UX, engineering, and content managers to create quality tools based on the Content team’s goals and user feedback. This person will have worked at large media sites or other large Internet publishers and be well versed in CMS, publishing workflows and data management. Technical product management skills are preferred.
Ask.com is expanding its global footprint and now has a presence in 25 countries. We are looking for native language speakers of Dutch, Polish, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Turkish, Indonesian, Thai, Hebrew, and Vietnamese with a passion for the Internet to help evaluate and improve our foreign language sites. The work will include site evaluation, translation, market research and language analysis. It is a great opportunity to gain practical skills and contribute to Ask.com’s international business.