Work from Home Jobs & Extra Cash – Aug. 19, 2019
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Customer Service Rep / Insurance Services – AAA: Los Angeles, CA area for on-site training. Applications must be submitted by August 20th to be considered for the September 3rd training class. “Earn $17.00 – $18.36 per hour + benefits! $1,500 sign on bonus with an approved insurance license; You’ll need 1+ years of customer service experience (call center experience, sales experience, insurance experience, and insurance licensing is a plus); A High School Diploma or GED required/ Some college preferred; Successful completion of pre-employment assessments, background and drug screening.”
Spanish Interpreter – LanguageLine Solutions: Work at Home position in US/Canada. “The Spanish Telephone/Video Interpreter is responsible for handling calls on demand, and renders the meaning of conversations between the Spanish and English speakers. The interpreter breaks the communication barrier in a the wide range of industries that LanguageLine Solutions serves: Healthcare, Government, Insurance, Financial, Utilities, Travel & Hospitality, General Business, Law Enforcement, Court, and 911. Fluency in Spanish and English and skilled in the associated cultural dynamics; Ability to provide cultural competency and assess regional and accent differences to find ways of communicating with the LEP; Excellent listening, retention and note-taking skills to maintain a high level of accuracy during interpretation.”
News Reporter – Bustle: “Bustle is seeking a part-time reporter who’s hungry to go beyond blogging to report on the issues in news and politics that affect our audience of millennial women and gender nonconforming people. This role involves reporting out insightful angles on the news of the day that go deeper than an aggregated news brief. The reporter will cover a broad range of items pegged to the general news cycle, including in the areas of reproductive rights, gender equality, women in politics, crime, tech and business news, and more. The ideal candidate is able to deliver reported pieces and analysis on tight deadlines; is comfortable picking up the phone to do daily reporting and break news; and has a keen eye for spotting the Bustle angle within a national news story. And like any member of a news team, this person will also pick up breaking news briefs as required.”
Survey Takers – OpinionsUSA: Take surveys on a wide variety of topics from food, health, and shopping to financial services and politics. Pays in gift cards for Amazon, Target, Starbucks and other major brands. Get at least a dollar for every survey, the company says.
Work from Home Customer Service Reps Needed at TTEC – TTEC is hiring Customer Service Reps in most states. Sorry, but the company says it’s not hiring from the following locations: CA, ME, MD, NJ, RI, WI, OR, WA, NY, CT, MA, VT, HI, AK, DC, AZ, CO, KY, NV, OH, IL or the Virgin Islands. No college required. The main requirements are a HS diploma or equivalent and at least six months of customer experience. It’s not clear from the listing if these openings are full-time, part-time, or both. If we hear more we’ll update!
Editor – ComicBook.com: “ComicBook.com is looking for a new editorial team member who is passionate about geek culture. An ideal candidate is a self-starter who works well in a team environment and has strong communication skills. This team member is well versed in all things Marvel, DC, Anime and beyond. In this role, you play a key part in our news desk, with general coverage assignments – assigning, editing, and publishing content across multiple platforms. Editors are expected to balance writing (as needed), line editing, and assigning content to writers during their shifts.”
Call Center Specialist – Walgreens: Orlando, FL area. “Responsible for a high volume of inbound and outbound calls with customers, physician offices, patients or third party providers about the company’s products or services following standard SOPs and procedures, working under direct supervision. Ensures all contacts receive efficient and courteous service. Duties may vary based on assigned department.”
TV Writer – Inverse: “Inverse is seeking part-time TV writers for its entertainment section to explore the fictional worlds that make up our favorite TV series. If you’ve found joy in describing the themes or meaning in Game of Thrones and Stranger Things, or realized you have a talent for drawing new connections in your writing, you may be a great fit for the position that requires a thoughtful approach to writing about television. The job offers the opportunity to become a daily voice in the broader conversation around what’s going in our favorite TV shows, whether they are streaming on Netflix, HBO, or Hulu, or will appear on Disney+ or Apple TV+ in the coming months. The ability to cast a critical eye at high-profile shows or champion the criminally underwatched when few others are is also expected.”
Take Surveys & Short Polls for Toluna — Toluna pays in points redeemable for PayPal cash or checks, or (if you prefer) gift cards for Amazon, Walmart, Target and other major brands. Daily sweepstakes and other ways to earn are included. Not for core income, but can help with frills or bills.
Staff Writer – PopCulture.com: “The Writer will be primarily responsible for writing daily news desk articles that include but are not limited to reality tv news, celebrities, and general trending news. The writer will work with the PopCulture editorial and content team, in a fun and fast-paced media-centric agile environment. As a writer, you will be responsible for producing a set amount of articles each day while also being able to recognize content lanes that continue to grow PopCulture’s influence in key areas. 2+ years of professional experience, with a broad range of skills and experience in online content writing and distribution.”
Get Paid Up to $50 to Download Nielsen’s App – Nielsen (The TV/Radio ratings company) – “For each mobile device you register you will receive up to $50 a year,” the company says. For consumer trend data, Nielsen will pay you to install an undetectable app on your smartphone, computer or tablet. The app follows your web use. Your name is separated from the data, and devices run as usual. User IDs and passwords are not collected, the company adds.
Administrative Coordinator – Voting Rights Lab: “The Voting Rights Lab is searching for an Administrative Coordinator to support the work of our virtual team. This is a remote position and can be based anywhere in the United States. The Administrative Coordinator will report directly to the Chief Program Officer and will support the entire leadership team. What we’re looking for in you: At least 2-3 years experience in an administrative or support role; Someone who sees problems and immediately starts thinking about creative ways to solve them; Ability to not only work remotely but also juggle lots of technology to create a collaborative team environment across time zones and busy schedules; An ability to work independently and manage multiple projects simultaneously.”
Get Paid for Your Receipts – ReceiptPal: If you’re looking for extra cash, you can snap your receipts and send them to ReceiptPal. They pay in Visa cards and (if you prefer) gift cards for Amazon, Walmart, Target and other major brands. Also runs weekly sweepstakes.
Sourcer – Babylist: “Babylist is seeking a contract Sourcer to help grow our mighty team. You will use tools, data, and some creativity to collaborate on targeted recruiting strategies and build solid candidate pipelines. You’ll work closely with the Head of Talent on open roles and requirements, best practices, and keep an eye for quality over quantity. You love finding the perfect candidate, you’re insightful and curious about our business needs, and excited about working with a data-driven, user-centric company with a deep regard for work/life balance. This will start as a four-week contract with a focus on key technical and non-technical roles. BA/BS degree or equivalent preferred
2+ years experience sourcing in-house or agency; Comfortable with LinkedIn Recruiter, Lever ATS (HireTual, Gem, or any other sourcing tools is a bonus); Experience sourcing for technical positions with high standards for talent (Software Engineering, Mobile Development, Product Management).”
Sell Your Old Cell Phone (Even if it doesn’t work) – YourRenew: This site buys and sells used smartphones. Per their site, they will pay you even if your device isn’t worth anything. If you have a badly damaged or really old phone, they say they will still pay you to send it in for recycling using their free shipping label.
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