Do you want to work at Emoderation? As a fast-growing global social media agency, we are always interested in hearing from talented community managers, social media managers and user generated content (UGC) moderators who are passionate about creating an engaging online experience.
And if you speak more than one language, even better – many of our clients are leading international brands who engage with their customers in multiple languages.
Flexible working hours and locations
Our amazing team is based around the globe, not quite from Antigua to Zanzibar, but pretty much everywhere in between. As a distributed workforce, we offer the opportunity to work flexible hours across different time zones. This suits our staff, it suits us, and it suits our clients.
If you are interested in joining the Emoderation team please send your CV or resume and a covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will contact you when a relevant opportunity arises.
We normally prefer to hear from experienced community managers, social media managers and moderators but we can provide training on professional UGC moderation through our partnership with Moderation Gateway, and expert training on leading social media platforms.
Emoderation is looking for an experienced Social Media Community Manager to work on German Social Media projects on a full-time basis. The role is based in our client’s Bremen HQ and you’ll be working with brands like Milka, Mikado and Oreo.
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To apply, please send your CV and covering letter to email@example.com, quoting the reference number CM-LCM-0115G in the subject line.
Professional moderation training
Emoderation has helped develop the industry’s first moderation training course in partnership with specialist training company Moderation Gateway and we are proud to offer this professional training to all our moderators. We will be pleased to consider applications from individuals who have passed the Moderation Gateway Foundation Course.
For an idea of what it’s like to work as a moderator at Emoderation, take a look at The Guardian’s coverage of a moderator’s day