We are looking for highly organized and analytical individuals to join their Content Research Team. The work is 100% remote and project-based (20-30 hours per week depending on the project) with schedule flexibility.
The Content Research position will entail:
Researching state education and school district websites for information about their various school policies and offerings including their learning mode options, COVID mitigation plans, and school schedules
Classifying and categorizing findings in a spreadsheet or database
Working with the Account Management team to service issues for clients and partners
The position requires strong computer, research, and analytical skills and being able to efficiently use a variety of different software programs. Having a good understanding of school and community life is also essential. The role requires maturity, organization, attention to detail, and creative problem-solving.
We have hired extensively among professionals returning to the workforce after a break and continues to be open to those types of candidates. This position is perfect for someone looking to re-enter the workforce who has volunteered or been active in the community and offers a great foundation in the data and digital media industries.
Burbio's CEO and co-founder is Julie Roche, a mother of four children who learned coding and project management while on a "break" from full time work. The company has a track record of hiring people returning to the workforce.
Burbio.com is a fast growing data service with a powerful local event aggregation technology that is used by clients for business intelligence and consumer engagement. Burbio's technology aggregates millions of events from school, government, library and community organizations and keeps them automatically updated. Our clients include some of the largest digital platforms, corporations, and consulting firms in the US, in addition to Federal agencies, think tanks and academics. Burbio's data is used by partners to gain critical insights across everything from forecasting demand, studying the effects of Covid 19 on school openings, and informing residents of local events. During Covid 19 Burbio created the School Opening Tracker, and Burbio’s unique insights have been cited by media organizations including the New York Times, CBS, CNBC, Bloomberg, The Washington Post, Politico, Axios, CNN, Fox News and The Economist. Burbio's K-12 school data has been the foundation of research published by the CDC, Stanford, Brown, Dartmouth, Tulane, Harvard Medical School, and more.