Do you want to work at Emoderation? We are always interested in hearing from talented community managers and moderators.
If you are an experienced community manager or moderator with excellent written communication skills, confident with social media and able to juggle multiple tasks, get in touch. And if you speak more than one language, even better. If we don’t have any current vacancies, we will keep your details and contact you when a suitable vacancy arises.
For an idea of what it’s like to work at Emoderation, take a look at The Guardian’s coverage of a moderator’s day or have a look at the comments from our staff on this page.
If you are interested in joining the Emoderation team please get in touch via email only. Send your CV or resume and a covering letter to email@example.com and please also indicate how you heard about us.
We normally prefer to hear from experienced community managers and moderators but we can also provide training on professional UGC moderation, child safety online, copyright and libel issues for talented staff with other unique skills to offer.
Lead Community Manager
We’re looking for a full-time Lead Community Manager to work on a range of fantastic new projects.
You’ll be an experienced Lead CM who can set up and run with a project, who is comfortable handling creative content for big-name brands across different sectors. You’ll also be a team player who is capable of building a great team of motivated community managers.
You can find out more about the role here:
The role is home-based, but you’ll need to be within reach of our London office for occasional client and team meetings.
To apply please send your CV and a covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Freelance Community Managers (multilingual)
We are looking for skilled Freelance Community Managers who are passionate about creating compelling content in the following languages.
- Swiss French and German
You’ll need to be a top-notch copywriter, a social media whizz and have previous community management experience.
These are flexible roles, working from home, for a range of leading brands.
To apply please send your CV and a covering letter to email@example.com. Please indicate in the subject line which language(s) you can work in.
Professional moderation training
Emoderation has also been involved in the development of the industry’s first moderation foundation training course in partnership with specialist training company Moderation Gateway.
This online certified training course is packed with practical content designed to prepare students with the skills to help them become proficient online user generated content (UGC) moderators. With five assessed modules – including video and audio – students can learn at their own pace. The course also provides experienced moderators with the opportunity to gain a professional qualification.