Work From Home
Ranker Is Hiring a Social Media Editor to Work the Web on the Weekend
Do you spend your weekends browsing that black hole known as the internet? One topic leads to another, and the next thing you know, you’ve got 14 tabs open and you’re knee-deep in a D.B. Cooper conspiracy theory Reddit thread.
If that sounds like you and you’ve got some pretty sweet writing skills, consider applying for this work-from-home position so you can actually get paid for your weekend internet escapades.
Ranker, the entertainment site know for its listicles that readers can upvote or downvote, is looking for a remote weekend social media editor. This is a part-time position, with hours on Saturdays and Sundays only.
As the social media editor, you’ll be responsible for creating and editing content for Ranker’s platforms, like this Weird History page. The editor will post content relevant to trending topics and will engage with the site’s audience.
Ranker covers a huge variety of topics, so applicants need to consider themselves culture junkies and must be willing to write about any subject as quickly as internet trends change, from Marvel superheroes to NBA players to Bigfoot.
Applicants should also have excellent writing and editing skills and experience engaging with a large audience via social media. Previous experience with social media programming is a plus, but it’s not a deal breaker if you don’t have it.
Weekend Social Media Editor at Ranker
Pay: Not specified
- Writing clean and snappy copy for social media on a wide variety of topics
- Engaging with Ranker’s social media audience
- Spotting trending topics and sharing relevant Ranker content
Applicants for this position must have:
- Availability to work Saturdays and Sundays
- Stellar writing, editing and communication skills
- Extensive knowledge of culture, from urban legends to world history
- Demonstrated social media savvy
- Ability to spot internet patterns and trending topics
- Photoshop and graphic design skills are a big plus
- Social media programming experience is preferred
If you’re ready to apply for this role, prepare a cover letter and don’t be scared to show who you really are. This isn’t the most traditional of jobs, and Ranker is looking for standout applicants who fit their brand.
Additionally, Ranker encourages applicants to provide anything outside of the standard resume and cover letter that will show why you’re a good fit for the role. This can include social media posts, listicles or spreadsheets you’ve made or your blog — even if it’s super niche, like a compilation of recipes inspired by Anime shows.
Kaitlyn Blount is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder. She has personally experienced the D.B. Cooper conspiracy theories wormhole.