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Student worker to support the Rightly Online Brand Protection Team

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Job identification

Job title: Online Brand Protection Analyst Assistant

Line of Business: Online Brand Protection

Job purpose

We are on the lookout for an Online Brand Protection Analyst Assistant who can contribute to ensuring a constant and consistent workflow within our Online Brand Protection department. You will become part of a dedicated team of analysts, developers, and data scientists, all looking to make a difference within the world of legal tech.

Main tasks and duties

  • Working alongside and assisting our senior and junior analysts in their everyday job
  • Searching the web for possible intellectual property infringements
  • Verifying and documenting infringements through our systems
  • Assisting in removing illegal content online
  • Monitoring complaints and complained listings
  • Providing help and support to other team members
  • Being involved in and participating in the overall workflow
  • Ad hoc duties as assigned

Qualifications

  • Basic computer skills
  • Fluent in English for verbal and written communication
  • Willingness to cooperate and function within a growing, multidisciplinary business

Other

You will have 1 to 2 working days a week, on Monday and Thursday/Friday.
And we are looking for someone to start early/mid-November.

 

If you have questions about the job, please contact Product Owner in Brand Protection, Timmi Kleinnibbelink Rysgaard, at tkr@rightly.io.

Please send your application to talent@rightly.io no later than the end of October 2022. We will be interviewing as applications come, throughout October.

Student worker to support the Rightly Online Brand Protection Team

Job identification

Job title: Online Brand Protection Analyst Assistant

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