Job Description

As a Misinformation Analyst at ActiveFence, you use your internet-fluency, online resourcefulness, broad areas of interest, writing proficiency, investigative mindset, and hacker-like thinking to find emerging online narratives and misinformation in a variety of countries.
You enjoy finding things online, solving puzzles through difficult-to-come-by open-source data from the deep web, and have an investigative and white-hat hacker mindset. You are a proficient writer and are comfortable with a fast pace and technical environment. You are interested in and knowledgeable of European countries, politics, world events, misinformation, and emerging trends. You like to work on several topics simultaneously and learn new things. Fast.
You will be analyzing and monitoring malicious activities online while getting to their sources and distribution methods. You’ll be writing intelligence briefs and coming up with solutions to improve automation and workflow.
Advanced analysis – conducting high-level Open Source Intelligence investigations as well as creating ad-hoc reports on different topics.
Analyzing online activity in your country of expertise (here we specify our needs) and providing meaningful insights.
Research new online platforms to discover methods for automating data collection.
Monitoring third-party websites, forums, messaging app channels, and more to uncover malicious activities.


Skills and qualifications:
A pro-active and independent thinker and doer.
A quick learner of new practice areas and technological tools.
Tons of curiosity.
A methodological approach to the art of web intelligence.
Intelligence Background – an advantage.
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Fluent English and at least one other language.
Excellent Excel/Google sheets skills.
Capable of dealing with harsh content at times.
Knowledgeable politics, culture, and geopolitics

Company Description

ActiveFence is the leading tool stack for Trust & Safety teams, worldwide. By relying on our end-to-end solutions, Trust & Safety teams – of all sizes – can keep users safe from the widest spectrum of online harms, unwanted content, and malicious behavior, including child safety, disinformation, and fraud, hate speech, terror, nudity, and more.
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