HERE Chinese Annotator
SUMMARY OF JOB
The HERE Chinese Annotator position performs detailed web research for geographical points-of-interest (POI), using resources like official websites, review sites, online search, etc for HERE Corporation. Annotation is a measure for how well our HERE mapping software is performing. If there are any HERE map changes being implemented, Annotation informs us if those changes are better or worse for the User. As an annotator, you will help to: 1) determine the possible intent of user-entered map searches, 2) determine the value of the POI being returned as a map listing, and (3) confirm information about POIs using web-based research. This position is for anyone who lives in and can legally work in the US.
All work is done remotely through an online portal website. Annotator work is then reviewed by Annotation mergers. All Annotators follow task-specific annotation guidelines. Within that structure, workers must be creative and open-thinkers in terms of web-based resources needed to perform their work. All data is displayed through specific task templates through the online portal website.
An Annotator is an Individual contributor. Annotators work independently and remotely. Some workers, after high-performance assessments, are trained as “mergers”, doing higher level work than normal Annotators wherein they review previous Annotator work, provide final ratings, and provide feedback to Annotator as necessary. All Annotation work is done anonymously through username on the online portal website– no Annotator knows the personal information of other Annotators.
IMPACT DECISION MAKING
Workers make decisions based on the utility provided by the search responses, or the correctness of the attributes associated with a POI. Collectively, this data allows the HERE Team to make informed changes to the HERE map software and for database quality.
Disclaimer: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of HERE Annotation employees.
High school diploma. Proficient at utilizing a variety of web resources and with computer usage. Literacy in Chinese Mandarin is required with Cantonese being highly desirable. Language proficiency in Thai and Arabic is also desirable, but not a requirement. This position expects around 20 hours of annotation work each week.
HERE is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, parental status, religion, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status, and other legally protected characteristics.