What you’ll do
- Identify and substantiate playlist hypothesis for Czech Republic, Hungary and Romania.
- Curate and maintain playlists in a variety of genres for a variety of audiences, moods and moments.
- Understand and gain insight of consumer behaviors by analyzing data and analytics.
- Listen to music from a wide range of genres and identify appropriate programming opportunities.
- Collaborate with a global editorial team on a variety of projects and programming initiatives.
- Work cross-functionally with other internal teams to fulfill company strategic goals and cross-functional projects.
- Provide a strong, unbiased editorial voice to create a first-class user experience.
Who you are
- At least 5 years of experience in the music industry, programming music for TV, radio or other media networks, where connecting and serving audiences with artists, creators and music in today’s music landscapes have been an integral part of your job and missions.
- You have a deep knowledge of music and culture, with a focus on Czech Republic, Hungary and Romania.
- You’re able to demonstrate a strong understanding of – and experience with – Spotify as a user and fan.
- You are numerate and adept at analyzing and interpreting data and using it to set goals.
- You possess a perfect level of written and spoken Czech and English (Hungarian or Romanian language skills are a plus).
- You have a deep understanding of music from across all genres and styles and a keen sense of what makes music appropriate for different situations and an ability to identify great songs to fit.
- Finally, you’re a great teammate, adapt well to change, and always have a positive attitude.
Please attach your resume in English.
We are proud to foster a workplace free from discrimination. We strongly believe that diversity of experience, perspectives, and background will lead to a better environment for our employees and a better product for our users and our creators. This is something we value deeply and we encourage everyone to come be a part of changing the way the world listens to music.