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About the Position
IP Operations is part of Twitch Legal and is an enforcement team responsible for helping Twitch navigate global safe harbor laws, curbing unauthorized intellectual property uses with the appropriate policy and operational measures, and guiding rights holders and creators through our policies that are designed to meet those aims.
The IP Operations Analyst’s primary responsibilities are reviewing and responding to legal requests and inquiries from rights holders and creators. To do so you will be analyzing, problem solving, communicating dynamic and unique fact patterns, and maintaining the team’s domain expertise.
This is a 100% remote position based (APAC/EMEA).
Intake and process continuously inbound copyright related requests and inquiries from external parties, including review, analysis in accordance with our policies and guidelines, and using internal service tools for resolution.
Collaborate and problem-solve with cross functional partners throughout Twitch.
Develop domain expertise on the Twitch service ecosystem of user-generated content and emergent behavior of creators, rights holders, and other external stakeholders.
Contribute to programmatic initiatives in compliance, proactive measures, stakeholder management, and team infrastructure as needed. Participate in improving procedures, tooling, and strategies as a subject matter expert.
Attention to detail and the ability to conduct and communicate analysis around ambiguous fact patterns that require interpretation.
The ability to collaborate efficiently on time-sensitive issues.
A commitment to continuous improvement in solving new and existing challenges.
The ability to independently problem solve efficiently and proactively.
Experience in copyright or user-generated content enforcement.
Location(s): Remote (EMEA) and Remote ( APAC)
Contract Length: 9 months
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at Twitch. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.