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Content QA Associate

Tubi Tv

This is a Full-time position in California, KY posted September 11, 2021.

Join Tubi ( www.tubi.tv ), a division of FOX Entertainment, a premium streaming service leading the charge in making entertainment accessible to all.

Headquartered in San Francisco, Tubi is an ad-supported video on demand (AVOD) service with movies and television shows.

With over 30,000 titles from every major Hollywood studio, Tubi gives fans of movies and television shows an easy way to discover new content that is available completely free.

Tubi’s library has something for every member of our diverse audience, and we’re committed to building a workforce that reflects that diversity.

We’re looking for great people who are creative thinkers, self-motivators, and impact-makers looking to help shape the future of streaming.

Our services are currently available in the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Mexico.

About the Role:

We are looking for an enthusiastic Content QA Associate to join our growing video operations team who has solid communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills.

This candidate will need to have strong Excel/Google Sheets experience such as comparing and validating data.

The right fit will also need to have a keen attention to detail, be a quick and eager learner, and be able to multi-task well.

This is a full-time hourly position with the possibility of growing into other permanent positions.

We are currently mandatory work from home, but for the long-term we would like this hire to be located near San Francisco or Los Angeles.

Responsibilities:
Bulk of the work involves resolving various errors found on our content during initial QA review or forwarded from Customer Service (such as subtitles or audio being out of sync, trimming color bars, correcting bad thumbnails, addressing episodes out order) using various internal tools  Involves frequent reprioritization of work to handle urgent requests as they emerge as well as reviewing redelivered assets You’ll also assist with various assigned projects aimed at improving the user’s content viewing experience, such as replacing bad ad breaks, fixing descriptions or correcting bad artwork crops You’ll be expected to think critically about various issues encountered and investigate their causes as well as provide insightful feedback on tools/workflows you use and communicate what you’re seeing effectively with the rest of the Operations team (Content, Tech & Content Partnership) Great opportunity to get your foot in the door of a rapidly growing tech company and get an upfront look at how content gets onto our website.  You’ll get to watch the needle move with everything that you do
Your Background:
Proficiency with Google Sheets or Microsoft Excel Great time management Team first person User Empathy  Strong communication, organizational, and research skills Shows consistent desire and effort to dive deeper into the complexities of how various tools or processes work as you progress and take on more challenging work.

Self-motivated and self-sufficient, proactive and comfortable with a high level of autonomy  Embraces frequent change and uncertainty People with non-traditional backgrounds are encouraged to apply! 
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