We are looking for Content Analysts to screen and assess user generated content for website suitability based on established guidelines. The position entails using web-based applications to read user generated content, and then to make decisions about posting the content based upon a set of guidelines. Content analysts are the heart of what we do at Bazaarvoice (For more information, visit http://www.bazaarvoice.com), and ensure that quality, honest, authentic feedback makes it to our clients’ websites. A large amount of reading is required, so excellent reading comprehension is a must.
Content Analysts will work a minimum of 12 hours per week. Up to 30 hours can be worked, anytime during the week (Monday to Sunday). Native level proficiency in French is required.
Key Job Responsibilities
Maintain appropriate failure and character-per-hour rates
Attend all required training sessions and teleconferences
Accept and internalize constructive criticism from other team members in a professional manner
Proactively reach out to the appropriate parties for assistance as needed
Follow protocol regarding all correspondences and processes with Bazaarvoice employees and contractors
Communicate and execute in a professional manner congruent with Bazaarvoice’s culture and tenets
Bachelor’s degree or comparable distinction
Ability to work 12-30 hours per week.
Professional working proficiency in English and native-level proficiency in French
Possess a computer with up-to-date software and Chrome
Be available for 2.5 weeks of paid training beginning September 21, 2016.
Proficiency with e-mail applications, online messaging services and forums, and Web applications, including Firefox
Proficiency with Office applications, including Word, Excel, and Outlook
Exceptional communication skills
The ability to adapt to our and our clients’ changing business needs
The capability to quickly assess content for suitability based on established guidelines and codes
The capacity to accurately apply all appropriate codes to received content
Display job-related dexterity and situational awareness expected of a team member