We are hiring a Content Specialist to help us pilot experiments that will unlock opportunities to apply and scale Curation expertise throughout Twitter.
This role can be remote in the UK/US or located in our London/New York/San Francisco offices.
We are looking for a creative editorial expert with proven skills finding great content on Twitter and putting it in context; expert knowledge of content standards and ethics; and an aptitude for translating content insights into product strategies and executions.
We need a team player who can navigate ambiguity, energetically propose new ideas or approaches, repeatedly dive into new work streams, is comfortable taking risks and willing to fail often in order to learn.
The ideal candidate will be able to show high potential to work effectively with editorial, product, design, and/or engineering teams to build new things to delight and inform our customers. We’re also looking for clear evidence that someone can lead projects through definition, completion, and retrospective stages.
This is a strategic role offering a rare opportunity to help Curation redefine how information is organized and contextualized on the world’s most influential social media platform.
Success in this role is measured by:
Influencing and executing a long-term strategy for success
Using data to advance projects through multiple stages, and most importantly to drive significant product impact
Developing content experiments with XFN partners that test new opportunities and approaches to curation that deliver product impact and/or insights
What you'll do:
Help evolve Curation’s content strategy, with emphasis on launching lightweight experiments to test hypotheses frequently
Work with agility and enthusiasm as strategic priorities inevitably evolve
Deliver on team goals and road maps, and identify key findings that inform future work
Communicate team progress effectively and engagingly in multiple forums
Collaborate with cross-functional partners as part of a distributed team
Track success metrics regularly and share as needed; propose new, better metrics when appropriate