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#1 tessieca


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Posted 06 November 2014 - 03:32 PM

I am looking to re-fill a very part-time (9-12 hours a week) position with unskilled labor (clerical, can be trained easily) for minimum wage.  I have thrown in gas money for those who have to travel far.


In the past I have had high school students after school a few days a week or college students supplementing other part-time income or class load. 


The work is detailed, repetitive filing, copying, scanning, etc. with the potential to do more interesting work as they can handle. 


I am very flexible with scheduling, which is one reason it's a good job for a student - because they can reschedule if they have a big test or social event.  But, they also need to be someone reliable and responsible enough to stick with their planned hours unless they have let me know they're changing. 


I also need someone who can work without supervision because I am often not in the office for a variety of reasons, so after initial training, independent work will be essential. 


Confidentiality is paramount, so no gossips or busy bodies. 


Lastly, my office is small, so I need someone with a personality at least as pleasant as mine so that we can work together. 


PM me for my direct email address if you think you know of a potential employee.

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#2 Mr EForce

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Posted 30 December 2014 - 03:56 PM

Is this position filled yet ?

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