Digital Threat Researcher (Vietnamese language)

Location: Leeds, United Kingdom

The Role

Crisp are on the lookout for passionate Researchers that want to help us fight toxic, illegal and criminal content online!

Using a variety of tools, search engines and proprietary technology, you will uncover and report on crucial issues surrounding current affairs that pose risk to social media and platforms in given country. Proactively investigating upcoming ‘potential issues’ with backing of reporting and evaluation of how big of an issue it is / will become if not discovered / dealt with, will be at heart of your daily activities.


  • Bi-lingual
  • Knowledge of Social Media
  • Deep interest and knowledge of current affairs of given language country
  • Investigative skills
  • Natural curiosity
  • Organised
  • High writing and verbal skills (both English and second language)
  • Analytical mindset
  • Problem solver
  • Pro-active


  • 25 days holiday + Bank Holidays
  • Critical Illness and life insurance cover
  • Healthcare Cash Plan
  • Fruit on Mondays
  • Breakfast or beer and pizza on Fridays!

About Crisp:

Crisp Thinking’s mission is to protect Global Brands, children and social platforms from Social Media risk. At Crisp we believe that everyone should be safe from unwanted User Generated Content online. We are a high growth company that already works with and protects the world’s biggest brands and social platforms.

Crisp comprises hundreds of expert consultants in linguistics, moderation, psychology, data protection, law and regulation supported by world leading proprietary software and empowered by knowledge and expertise to intervene decisively to protect brands from social media risks in minutes, 24/7 across the globe.


'This work meets the requirements in respect of exempted questions under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, any applicants who are offered work for this organisation will be subject to an enhanced check from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS). This will include details of cautions, reprimands or final warnings as well as convictions. A criminal record will not automatically bar a person from successfully taking up this post.”