Here’s a list of 10 cool telecommuting jobs listed on Craigslist:
- Part Time Research and Outreach Associate / Intern
- Part Time — Admin & Operations Assistant — Telecommute $500-$1,000 (Midtown)
- Freelance PHP
- Writer needed for comedy webcast
- Personal Assistant Needed for Busy Comedian/Producer (Chelsea)
- Experienced Medical Transcriptionists/Editors Needed Immediately
- Do You Love Food and Travel?
- Speech Writer / Global Business
- financial researcher needed
- RECRUITER – CONTRACT
Hope it helps get you thinking and looking for opportunities that might be the perfect fit for YOU.
When originally posted, these jobs I found were linked to the postings on Craigslist. But just as any classified ads, once the jobs are filled, the posting is removed. So I’ve removed the dead links from here as well! To find more jobs like this – where telecommuting is an option – you’ll find advice at Using Craigslist to Find Telecommuting Jobs, something I wrote last summer, and on How To Find A Job On Craigslist, advice from Kevin Donlin.
Here is another job opportunity!!
Connect with Convergys…
Reduce the stress of commuting and make the transition to working comfortably in your own home. Convergys offers work from home Customer Service opportunities.
You could be receiving a stable income (hourly wage), quality benefits and paid time off.
For more information or to APPLY TODAY, visit http://www.convergysworkathome.com
At first glance this looked questionable. The site (convergysworkathome.com) looked a bit rough in Firefox (my browser of choice) but it does appear a bit better in IE7. The domain is, however, owned by the same folks that own the http://www.convergys.com site. That site has it’s own “careers” section, so I’m not sure why the company would go through the trouble of creating a new micro-site format instead of simply including the information in its current pages and format, but I’ll give them the benefit of the doubt for now.
The main site (convergys.com) has been in existence since 1998 so there’s some longevity there. Still, I’d love to hear from anyone who’s ever actually worked there as a customer care agent. It sounds like an okay opportunity–if you don’t mind talking on the phone.
I have been with Convergys for 8 years now. I started as an agent taking calls in center. I was promoted to Supervisor and I had a work at home team. My agents loved the program and so did I.
Jeri – Nice to hear from someone who’s got first hand knowledge and longevity with a company. Thank you for commenting here!
Editor’s Note: Convergys is centered in Cincinnati, Ohio and employs nearly 75,000 in over 70 countries. They provide customer care and HR resources to over half of the Fortune 500 companies. To become a Convergys Remote Agent (from home) you’ll need a PC that meets defined minimum standards, cable or DSL high speed internet access, a noise-cancelling USB headset, and a fairly quiet place at home to work. You can learn all about it at the Convergys Work at Home Portal on their corporate site.
Nothing seems to be easier than seeing someone whom you can help but not helping.
I suggest we start giving it a try. Give love to the ones that need it.
God will appreciate it.