The Media Monitoring Analyst provides The Rendon Group's (TRG) staff and clients with real-time information as it relates to our clients’ specifications. We are looking for someone to average around 24-32 hours per week and work on a rotating schedule. New hires generally work a mix of evening shifts (3 pm to 11 pm) and weekend overnight shifts (11 pm to 7 am).
The analyst reads and analyzes open-source and proprietary news pieces, determines their importance based on the clients' requirements, and compiles notifications and reports based on these requirements. The analyst also facilitates communication between TRG team members around the globe and supports TRG programs as needed. Training will be provided.
Work for this 24/7/365 operation is generally executed alone and outside core business hours. Support is needed on overnights, weekends, and holidays. This position pays $15/hr during day shifts and $17/hr during overnight shifts. This position is not eligible for benefits.
A candidate with a BA (MA preferred) in international studies, area studies, communications, public relations, or a related field.
Strong analytical skills and a robust interest in international affairs/politics. International ‘news junkies' will enjoy this position.
Candidates with a working proficiency in another language, particularly Arabic or Spanish, will be prioritized.
Must be reliable, trustworthy, and have the ability to multitask, meet deadlines, and know how to prioritize.
Please attach a cover letter and resume to the application. A writing sample is helpful but not required until later in the application process. Please submit online or email akasper (at) rendon (dot) com.
About the Rendon Group:
The Rendon Group is a leading international strategic communications firm with experience planning and managing strategic and tactical communications programs in 91 countries across Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East.
The Rendon Group values and takes pride in our diversity. Women, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.