Kids Content Tagger
Like the idea of working at home? How about working at home for Netflix!? Yep – you can. This position is only part-time, you’re probably looking at 15 hours a week. And — as stated below in the description, it appears to be just a one year contract. BUT – what a nice year it would be! You could still have time for the rest of your life, family…etc and be bringing in a paycheck. A paycheck you earned, right from home.
So let’s get into all the fine details as to what a “content tagger” is and what specifically Netflix is looking for. Below you’ll be over to look over the exact job description as posted by Netflix. And remember… you saw it here first at MoneyMakingMommy.com!
Job Description and Details
This position is: Remote/Work at Home/Telecommute
The Enhanced Content Kids team at Netflix is seeking a Kids Content Tagger to join our group. Are you passionate about kids’ television and movies? Our team is driven by kids media and we are looking for someone who shares our enthusiasm! The ideal candidate has in-depth knowledge of kids’ (ages 0–12) movies and television content. Our team is responsible for determining, across the United States and worldwide: 1) which content belongs in Kids profiles and how it evolves as kids grow up, and 2) tagging Kids shows and movies with an eye toward accuracy and consistency.
In this position, you will:
Tag Kids Content. You will help categorize kids content for different ages and for hundreds of themes, including tone, storyline, character attributes, positive messages, cautionary material, etc. You will participate in weekly Kids Tagging Meetings and monthly Tagging Workshops designed to ensure consistency across tagging.
Complete Backtagging Projects. When new tags are added or removed, we will ask you to do broad back-tagging projects that look across hundreds of titles to ensure that tags are applied appropriately.
Contribute to Kids Innovation Projects. On occasion, the Kids Content Tagger will be asked to assist with special projects. This includes, but is not limited to 1) vetting titles to determine how or if they are suitable for kids, and 2) testing and providing feedback on experimental tagging processes.
The Kids Content Tagger Needs to have:
Extensive knowledge of kids TV shows and movies
Professional experience in the Kids Entertainment or Media Industry
Passion for and authentic interest in kids television and movies
Comfort learning and applying a complex categorization system to kids titles
Ability to collaborate harmoniously with a dynamic variety of team members
This is a part-time, one-year, remote position, engaged through a third-party agency. In this position, you will work about 15 hours a week.
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