As a Video Content Analyst, you will evaluate the content that is uploaded to the platform and verify that the shared content is compliant with the app’s rules and policies. Should users share content that displays hate speech, undesirable symbols or violent behavior, you can block this content and thus guarantee a safe environment within the platform for users.
- Overhaul of online videos in streaming service.
- Removal of Inappropriate Content.
- Screening for sensitive content (hate or harassment, violent content, nudity).
- Assess each case according to the guidelines.
- Ensuring a safe experience for users on the platform.
- Review of ads according to target audience.
About the company
Our client in Lisbon is an international company with employees from different countries. As a Video Content Analyst you will be part of a friendly, international team and you will take care of the shared videos on different platforms. Before starting, you will be trained intensively, this will take up 2 months and is completely paid. Here they will teach you everything from the work processes to the guidelines you need to follow. Your salary corresponds to the local salary, if you already have previous experience in this area you can also get a higher salary directly, otherwise you will get a salary increase after 12 months. In addition, the company offers you meal vouchers, a shuttle service to get to work, snacks, coffee and soft drinks etc.. You will also be offered a certain amount of wellness hours, where you can take time to relax. Next to this, you can also profit from yoga and kickboxing classes and rooms to your disposal for taking a nap during the night shift.
Enjoy the relaxed lifestyle of the Portuguese
Embark on the adventure of a lifetime and discover what Portugal has to offer! Traveling by train or bus from Lisbon is very easy and cheap and allows you to explore the country at your leisure. You are guaranteed to love the Mediterranean climate, the unique charm of the country combined with the relaxed Portuguese way of life. Lisbon gives its residents the most hours of sunshine in all of Europe. Young and old meet on the boulevards to toast drinks, enjoy the sun and listen to live music. If you like it more sporty, you can also take part in a course and learn to surf. Lisbon inspires with its art, great sights, restaurants, shops and cafes. Eating out here doesn’t have to be expensive. The so-called prato do dia (the dish of the day) is always a good and cheap choice. A cup of coffee or a glass of wine is also much cheaper here than in Germany, as is using public transport. You can always find inexpensive bargains at the local markets, whether it’s clothing, bread, vegetables or fish.
Our favourite reasons to live in Lisbon
It's surf o'clock
Lisbon is located near the sea with some amazing beaches, which gives you the perfect opportunity to try to learn a new hobby: surfing! After you’ve practised the art of surfing, you can relax at one of the many beach clubs for some more seaside fun.
Explore the many local markets
Exploring the local markets in the city is an amazing experience. These markets offer local produce, artisanal goods, and unique Portuguese specialities, amongst which are cheeses, exquisite honey, and high-quality olive oil. Additionally, during the festive season of December, different neighbourhoods host a Christmas market!
Discover Lisbon's vibrant nightlife
Lisbon has loads of cafés, bars, and clubs for you to enjoy. Many of you have probably heard of the creamy pastry ‘Pastel de Nata’… Well, did you know that there is a Pastel de Nata shot? 🥃 An absolute game changer! Tip: try out ‘Sneaky Sip Lisbon’, this is a hidden cocktail bar that is only accessible through a secret door behind a photo automate. Don’t forget the password: BASEMENT.
Join Lisbon's expat community
Lisbon has the biggest expat community in the whole of Portugal! For this reason, it’s very easy to join an expat group, meet new friends and expand your network.
Pay a visit to Parque Urbano do Jamor
Lisbon has many parks available for you to explore new sports, from tennis courts to archery ranges. The greenest and biggest park is Parque Urbano do Jamor. This park has a canal in which you can kayak, and it also has a climbing wall for the daredevils among us!
What do you get?
What is required?
Why our recruiters love this destination
No, this isn’t possible as the company is looking for candidates who want to engage themselves for at least a year.
Yes, as there is an international culture within the company it’s required that you speak English to a good level.
Yes, for this position it’s required as the company doesn’t offer any visa support.
This is possible in case you look for your own accommodation and the landlord allows it.
No, a diploma is not required.
Our recruiters are ready to guide you through this application process!
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