About the Role
We are seeking a Platform Operations Manager as part of the Platform Operations team who will be the owner of the metadata and artwork ingestion and presentation process, and holistically, content quality validation across the platform.
This role will be responsible for capturing, evaluating, troubleshooting and guiding content metadata and artwork related issues throughout the pipeline, and while the role will be focused on the verification of TRC content metadata quality, more comprehensively, this role will establish proactive and reactive workflows that scale with efficiency with the optimum user experience being the measure of success.
The Platform Operations team views content through a global lens, this role will have touch points across all content on the broader Roku platform.
Efficiency will be a core theme for this role, and the ability to communicate with multiple lines of technical and business teams will be highly valued.
The Manager will be hands on with creating, monitoring and improving dashboards, communicating to various stakeholders and record keeping / documentation needed to support global and TRC initiatives.
The goal will be to improve our content monitoring efforts in order to mitigate and resolve issues as well as to ensure content is delivered and monetized effectively and at scale.
What you'll be doing
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The Roku Culture
Roku is a great place for people who want to work in a fast-paced environment where everyone is focused on the company's success rather than their own.
We try to surround ourselves with people who are great at their jobs, who are easy to work with, and who keep their egos in check.
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