Culture Trip is a global hyper-growth startup operating in travel, media and entertainment. We create stories that reveal what is unique and special about a place, its people and its culture. In-house creative teams work with a global network of more than 300 freelance creators to produce articles, videos, photography, illustration and animation.
From just a dozen people in late 2016, the team has expanded to more than 250. This diverse group of software engineers, product designers, data scientists, editorial experts and content creators are spread across offices in London, New York City and Tel Aviv. Alumni of companies including Google, Facebook, Expedia, Lonely Planet, Spotify, Bloomberg, Viacom, TripAdvisor and the BBC have joined recently. A recent Series B funding injection from PPF Group of $80 million has further propelled rapid growth. Monthly unique visitors to the site have gone from 4 million to nearly 20 million, cross-platform social followers have increased from 1 million to 7 million, and app downloads have leapt from 50,000 to 1.5 million. Culture Trip videos have been viewed more than 2 billion times. Culture Trip, founded by Dr Kris Naudts, has been named by Forbes as one of the fastest-growing companies to watch.
Everyone working at Culture Trip is driven by a shared vision: to inspire people to go beyond their cultural boundaries and connect with the world around them. We want to bring the world to everyone and in doing so bring everyone closer together.
The Sr. Digital Asset Management Specialist will help shape the strategy and play a pivotal role in implementing and maintaining Culture Trip's Digital Asset Management platform. This is a critical and exciting role that is focused on execution yet strategically involved in the direction of development for Culture Trip’s content management strategy by supporting and aligning the enterprise taxonomy and metadata structures to meet the organization’s future goals.
The role will span across two major phases: the initial implementation of a DAM and the integration with the BPM tools for business process and workflow automation as well as the CMS, CDN and other systems, and then the ongoing management and improvement of the DAM platform and the corresponding supporting processes.
The Sr. Digital Asset Management Specialist will be responsible for bringing order to creative content chaos, using enterprise-level DAM, BPM and Workflow Management tools as well as solid digital media library management practices, designed against efficient operational workflows.
The Sr. Digital Asset Management Specialist should strive to make content readily available to all major stakeholders in a timely fashion. The role is a blend of skills sourced from technology, workflow efficiency, media production, and archival/librarian work. Capable candidates will develop and maintain the best processes and practices for all levels of digital asset engagement across the entire Culture Trip organization.
This is a permanent position that is located in London, and it does not offer relocation.
Culture Trip is committed to equality of opportunity for all. We strongly believe that diversity of backgrounds, ethnicities, experience, circumstances, abilities and perspectives leads to a better workplace for our employees and a better product for our users.