Read me first: we're looking solely for Berlin-based, native-level speakers in any of the following languages (additional languages are beneficial):
Those not based in Berlin are encouraged to apply for our remote Streamer position.
Chatterbug is entering a new chapter in our mission to bring language learning into modern times. We've already helped thousands of students speak a language for real with our tutors, but we want to take the human element of learning even further. Introducing Chatterbug Streams.
Streams is a new mobile app which brings live streaming into the Chatterbug ecosystem. Each bitesized livestream covers a fun, relevant topic - from Tinder dates to animal idioms - and includes real-time quizzes, vocabulary cards and live chat. It's playful, engaging, and above all - human.
Read more and find app store links here: https://chatterbug.com/streams/
This is your chance to become one of our early Streamers and shape the direction of a product that will become central to learning with Chatterbug, and - we hope - the future of language learning.
Chatterbug is an inclusive company - we embrace difference and strive for equality. We are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, identities and perspectives. We particularly encourage parents, women, people of colour and LGBTQIA+ to apply. We’re striving to create a safe environment that’s inclusive to everyone.
Hit the button below! If you have a CV, please feel free to upload it, but we're more interested in why you think the Streams project might be a good fit for you.
You're based in Berlin and speak Spanish, French, German or English at a native level.
In addition to the above, you speak English fluently and have an intimate understanding of language learning
You love to entertain, tell stories, or teach and feel comfortable in front of the camera. Acting or theatrical experience is very advantageous!
You're good at experimenting, improvising and rolling with the punches. This is a new project with lots of room for trying things out
Experience using live streaming software (e.g. Streamlabs) is valuable, but not essential