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Hourly - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
We are running an online English school and currently have 250 Japanese students, 22 teachers and now have launched in Latin America. https://global.oneswordonline.com/ http://oneswordonline.com/ Since we are going to be open 24 hours a day, we need to hire a couple of staff. The job description is below: 1. Monitor teachers every hour. 2. If the teacher is not online, call him/her via Skype. 3. When a teacher is unable to conduct a lesson, let a student know about it via Skype. This job is very simple as you can see. You just have to monitor once every hour whether teachers are online or not. If they are all online, you don't have to do anything. And you can work at home and don't have to do anything else while teachers are conducting a lesson. e.g) Teachers start a lesson every hour such as 4pm, 5pm and 6pm..... So you have to be online 10min before they have a lesson and check whether they are online or not. Our lesson lasts 50 min so after all the teachers...
Hourly - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
An international news aggregation site seeks bi-lingual writers for part-time work as Language Editors. This supplemental position is an effective resume-builder for those who work in translation, communications, and media, and works best for people who avidly consume news on daily basis. The ideal candidate will: 1. Be completely fluent in both English and the primary language of the region or country they are covering. 2. Possess a deep knowledge of both current affairs and the newspaper/media culture of the region they are covering. 3. Have the ability to quickly craft engaging, high-quality copy in English, as well as efficiently summarize the most interesting components of a long article into a brief paragraph. The duties of a language editor include: 1. Reviewing a region’s online newspapers daily and selecting any noteworthy articles, based on both the criteria we provide and the candidate’s own expertise on current affairs. 2. Writing a headline and a short summary...