Have A Degree In Media? Netflix Wants You To Binge WatchBy Jane Reed, UniversityHerald Reporter
Are you looking for a job that brings you the comforts of watching shows without the hassle of doing actual work? Netflix might just have a job for you.
Netflix wants to pay you to binge-watch kids' movies and shows all day long. And you can do these and still work from home. ABC 13 calls it a dream job for most people. Netflix is looking for a "Kids Content Tagger."
The Kids Content Tagger is part of their Enhanced Content Kids team. This position is available for those who are willing to take a part-time job for one year. You are required to work as a remote employee - which means you can work from home.
What does it take to be a Kids Content Tagger in Netflix anyway? The Tagger first of all needs to have extensive knowledge of kids TV shows and movies. The individual must be passionate when it comes to having an interest in this genre. The Tagger must also be comfortable in learning and applying a complex categorization system to kids titles. And just because the Tagger works at home, that does not mean he works alone. He will need to work harmoniously with the Content team.
The typical shows that are in this genre includes knowledge of shows between the ages of 0 to 12 years old. But that does not stop there, the Tagger may be asked to join special projects that can be beneficial to talent and career growth. The tagging process will be explored fully.
Maybe those times that you binge-watched all those favorite cartoon shows and movies will be put to good use through Netflix.
Do you have a background in kids' entertainment? Or a degree in media? Or just passionate and love children's entertainment and are willing to work about 15 hours a week? Then check out the job posting here.
Want to know how this works? This man binge-watches for Netflix, below: