Netflix are recruiting some lucky person to essentially binge-watch shows and films – it’s not even a joke.
The responsibilities include watching, researching, rating, tagging, annotating and writing analysis for movie and TV content.
Sign. Me. Up.
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The ideal candidate will be passionate about movies and TV, with a deep knowledge of the entertainment industry – oh, and it’s based in sunny California. Bonus.
The job description reads:
Do you love movies and TV shows? Are you interested in sharing unique content with viewers around the world? We are seeking an entertainment-savvy analyst to help categorize television series, specials, and movies for our 100+ million users.
You will be tagging, rating, researching and enhancing title-level metadata for the Netflix Originals catalogue in a high-volume, high-quality, deadline-driven environment. In addition, you will collaborate on special projects with cross-functional business partners, while striving to deliver delightful, trustworthy user experiences on a global scale.
The ideal candidate has a deep knowledge, five plus years experience and education in the film and/or television industry, can write efficiently with attention to detail, is comfortable using a variety of publishing tools and is thoughtful in the delivery of information while working on a diverse team.
Netflix recently announced their April additions with everything from Monty Python and the Holy Grail, to Brewster’s Millions, Jaws, American Psycho and season 10 of Ru Paul’s Drag Race, there’s a bit of something for everybody.
Netflix has now released its full list of firm favorites and new originals you’ll be able to binge on in about a week and a half from now.
As well as Monty Python and the Holy Grail, there are a further 10, yes 10, Monty Python classics, including Life Of Brian and Almost The Truth.
TV series’ you can look forward to include Suits season seven and Mad Men season seven.
Money Heist part two is also on the list and is expected to drop on April 6.
The programme, also known as La Casa de Papel, has been available on Netflix for a while now but people are really starting to talk about it.
There’s currently one season – consisting of thirteen episodes – available to stream and while there’s been talk of season two being made available on Netflix, no date has been confirmed just yet – although it’s rumoured to be May 1, 2018.
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The show’s about a ‘mysterious man, who goes by the name of El Profesor’ who just so happens to be planning on carrying out the biggest heist ever’.
He recruits a gang of eight people with certain abilities – who have nothing to lose – so he can carry out his elaborate plan.
His goal is to enter the Royal Mint of Spain and print 2.4 billion euros, but in order to do this, they need eleven days of seclusion, during which, they’ll have to deal with ‘sixty-seven hostages and the elite forces of the police’.
Fans are pretty impressed with the show with some serious recommendations, while others have called it ‘addictive’.
One fan wrote:
If anyone wants to watch a series which provides a nostalgic narcos feeling but is more prison break type of drama/crime I highly highly recommend you watch La casa de papel or known as money heist, on Netflix it’s absolutely amazing, salute la professor. [sic]
For full details about the role, visit the Netflix careers page.
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