Website manager and virtual assistant

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Web, Mobile & Software Dev Web & Mobile Design Posted 3 years ago


Less than 30 hrs/week
More than 6 months

Start Date

January 4, 2013


We are looking to fulfill a key role in our company. We are a leading printing company with more than ten years in business. Candidate must be available to work between 9am to 1pm eastern standard time.

Must be available right away by Skype, phone and email.

Must have a good English level. Enough to talk to some of our customers online.

Must be fast, work oriented with a fast Internet connection. Daily work consist but is not limited to

-Add products to our ecommerce website made in magento.
-Produce and design banners and graphic design of multiple printed and web pieces.
-Use remotly one of our servers that has enfocus switch to manipulate automatic flows that handle orders coming from our website, this experience is not required, candidate will read software manuall and will be trained by one of our staff on this.
- We have several projects that involve extensions, you will coordinate the development of such extensions with the programers in charge.
-Maintenance of our SQL database
- Troubleshsooting of any issues that arise in our website.
- Help our sales rep with files and orders coming from magento, small tweaks on products and customers on backend
-Daily export of website orders to myob using one of our servers
- Basic knowledge of Javascript is a plus
- Help our customers on using our website over the phone
-Knowledge of Printing is a plus

This position is part time but it will be full time if we find the adequate candidate.

Lots of room to learn new technologies and develop on a fast paced environment

Long term development position

Skills: english, design, myob

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