We’ve seen some cool dream jobs over the years (Chicken Nugget Connoisseur, anyone?), but this Editorial Analyst job where you get paid to binge-watch Netflix might be the best one yet. (Then again, there was that one job where you could get paid $60,000 plus expenses to live in Cancun for six months. Eh, this is still pretty good.)
So, are you interested? Of course you are. Who wouldn’t be? Alright then, here’s the official job description for the position at Netflix called Editorial Analyst, Originals.
Do you love movies and TV shows? Are you interested in sharing unique content with viewers around the world? We are seeking an entertainment-savvy analyst to help categorize television series, specials, and movies for our 100+ million users. You will be tagging, rating, researching, and enhancing title-level metadata for the Netflix Originals catalogue in a high-volume, high-quality, deadline-driven environment. In addition, you will collaborate on special projects with cross-functional business partners, while striving to deliver delightful, trustworthy user experiences on a global scale.
The ideal candidate has a deep knowledge, 5+ years experience, and education in the film and/or television industry, can write efficiently with attention to detail, is comfortable using a variety of publishing tools, and is thoughtful in the delivery of information while working on a diverse team.
It doesn’t say what Netflix will pay you to do this job, but after reading that description does it really matter?
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Check out these “responsibilities.”
• Watch, research, rate, tag, annotate and write analysis for movie and TV content
• Quality assurance review of content metadata
• Timely and efficient completion of all projects
Think you can handle that?
Uh oh, this one’s going to weed a lot of people out: “Proficiency in a second language beyond English is mandatory.”