Monday, 25 August 2014 00:00

Assistant Match Virtual Assistant Jobs

Virtual Assistant provides their customers with virtual assistants to help with the day to day running of their business.

They have no information on the website about conditions for virtual assistants so you will need to fill out their application form to find out more.  However, they have a page with pricing for their clients so you can probably get an idea of payrates by assuming you would get half of what they charge the client: http://www.assistantmatch.com/pricing/#sthash.RdcdoFdl.dpbs

The  main areas they cover are:

  • Organization and maintenance
  • Marketing and growth
  • Coordination
  • Customer service and relationship building
  • Personal assistance

Contact them directly to find out details about pay and the hours you can work: www.assistantmatch.com

 

Published in Supporting

Language Line Solutions hire video interpreters, over the phone intrepreters and on-site interpreters for over 200 dialects.

Apply to become a telephone interpreter at www.languageline.com

Additional Info

  • Type Freelance, Telecommute Job
  • Eligibility International
  • Investment required? No
Published in Translating
Saturday, 26 April 2014 00:00

Verbalink Transcription Jobs

Verbal Ink has ongoing recruitment of transcription and translation staff.
 
They only accept submissions via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and resumes must have a cover letter and be in Microsoft Word or PDF format.
 
You don´t need extensive experience, but you will need transcription software and a foot pedal.

Check out the latest work from home jobs at www.verbalink.com

Additional Info

  • Type Freelance, Online, Telecommute Job
  • Eligibility International
  • Investment required? No
Published in Transcription Jobs
Sunday, 28 July 2013 20:07

Job Listings for Coaches


Christian Micklesen has set up a website dedicated to job listings for coaches.

The coaching industry has experienced huge growth over the last few years, but getting new clients is the biggest obstacles for new coaches. Unlike freelancing, where you can find sites with thousands of jobs to apply to, coaching clients have to be attracted via marketing, advertising and salesmanship.

Selling yourself can be one of the hardest parts of starting any business, let alone a coaching business, and until you have some experience behind, it can seem like an uphill struggle.

At joblistingsforcoaches.com, employers can place an advert on a website targeted to coaches. Coaches have the advantages of searching targeted opportunities, instead of trawling through general jobs boards.

There are only a limited number on their at the moment, but with backing from Christian Micklesen, it is sure to be only a short time before the numbers increase. It is well worth signing up to get priority updates as you might find a great opportunity from one of the listings.

There is no charge, you only have to sign up with your email address.

Go to www.joblistingsforcoaches.com and be the first to know about new job listings for coaches.

Published in Coaching