3 Night & Weekend Jobs Paying $15.38 - $30.77 per Hour to Work from Home!
Content Writer Overnight REMOTE - USA / GLOBAL – GLOBAL INSIGHTS / FULL-TIME
Cision employs the brightest, most passionate people in the tech industry. We’d love for you to join our growing team! We invest in our people through training and professional development while supporting you along the way—all so you can meet your career goals. To us, the most important measure of our success is yours. Nights-Option 1: Wed. evening - Mon. early morning; off Tue. and Wed. - preferred option Nights-Option 2: Thur. evening - Tue. early morning; off Wed. and Thur. Bulletin Intelligence: A news-monitoring and analysis boutique within Cision, Bulletin creates bespoke, expert-curated briefings and dashboards for approximately 150 of the most demanding clients in the world; chief executives who are household names, and their Comms and other teams. Client contracts are for as much as $1mm per year. Annual client-retention rates are typically in the mid-90% range. Bulletin was acquired by Cision in March 2017. Location: This is a remote role within the US. The company’s analysts are able to use the company’s cloud-based software to work anywhere in the U.S. that has a high-speed internet connection. Responsibilities: Our Media Editors live at the intersection of digital information, public policy and markets and apply layers of sophisticated human judgment to the information explosion in order to deliver the essence of what our clients -- a who’s who of government and corporate leaders -- need to know to start their day. Media Editors work overnight, utilizing complex proprietary software, to scour tens of thousands of sources – mostly news, but also white papers, financial analyst reports, market research, business opportunities, etc. – and distill their core findings into quick-read briefing. Each briefing service is created specifically for each client, focused on (if govt) its unique mission and (if corporate) its company, competitors and industry. A successful Media Editor can distinguish between critical, important and non-essential information and must be able to provide insightful briefings that allow senior business executives to begin their day ful