If you’re looking for a way to work from home and still earn a decent income, well, Worldwide 101 could be here to save the day.
Worldwide 101 supplies “premium virtual assistants for founders & executives,” and is currently seeking Virtual Assistants to help out with things like scheduling meetings, organizing travel arrangements, handling customer service requests and more for their business clients.
This can, of course, all be done remotely from the comfort of your home or your local coffee shop. Oh, and did I mention that the pay is $15 to $20 an hour depending on experience? Sounds nice, huh?
The job is part-time and requires 20 to 25 hours per week. Does this sound like it could be your dream job? Here’s more from the job description:
“Where other VA [virtual assistant] companies focus on providing entry-level admin support, we focus on providing high-quality business-level support across a variety of disciplines. Small-business owners certainly need admin support, but they also need help with marketing, customer service, project management, book-keeping and much more. Our assistants have a rich professional background and bring a wealth of training and experience with them so that they can make a real contribution to our client’s business success.
Our approach is highly personalized, carefully matching team members with clients based on skills and personality for a long-term relationship.
The team member assigned becomes an integral part our client’s operations. We believe in creating a win-win relationship for both client and assistant so that it is a rewarding relationship for both. To find out more about Worldwide101 and the services we offer please check out the Worldwide101 website, and read about our approach to quality backed by our 100% guarantee.”
According to the job description, to succeed in this role you’ll need “strong professional background in administration, customer service, marketing, or project management, an interest in learning new skills, and a stable home-office environment.”
To apply, you’ll first have to answer a list of detailed questions about your experience and background—what types of software you’re familiar with, why you’d be a great fit for the company—that kind of thing.
But, once that portion is filled out, you’ll be in the running for a very comfortable job that you can do from your couch. Not bad for a day’s work!
[h/t: Penny Hoarder]