Hark Candidate Referral Bonus Is Music to Job Seekers' Ears.
SEATTLE -- Hark, the world's largest platform for pop culture sound bites, is now presenting a generous incentive for those looking to join its rapidly expanding business. The Seattle-based startup is offering $6,000, an iPad, and additional benefits to candidates who meet certain qualifications to join their team.
To date, Hark has successfully published over three million sound bites from popular movies, TV shows, video games, sporting events and political speeches. With over 80 million monthly visits, content and traffic for the site continues to grow at an astronomical rate. Furthermore, recent partnerships with five major film studios have created a mass amount of content for the team to process, filter, and publish. Consequently, the team is looking to fill the positions of Senior Software Engineer and Public Relations Manager, among others, to help grow the Hark brand.
For detailed information regarding the "Refer-A-Candidate" program requirements and job listings, please visit the Hark website at: www.hark.com/refer-a-candidate.
Hark is the world's leading platform for pop culture sound bites, receiving more than 80 million visits each month (July 2012), with a total of two billion listens since its founding. Hark partners with major film studios (such as Paramount, Universal, Lionsgate) to provide licensed content. Content can also be shared through social media sites (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Tumblr), sent directly to mobile devices, and embedded players in websites or blogs.
Additionally, users can upload their own clips to the Hark platform, where they can be discovered and shared by the site's millions of visitors each month. Hark Mobile enables an easy-to-use interface where visitors on mobile devices can discover, search for, and share their favorite sound bites while on the go, on any device. Hark, founded in 2007 by David Aronchick and Fouad ElNaggar is headquartered in Seattle. For more information, please visit www.hark.com.
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|Date:||Aug 20, 2012|
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