This Work-From-Home Virtual Assistant Job Pays Up to $20 Per Hour
If you’re looking for a part-time work-from-home job that offers a bit of a challenge, Worldwide 101 could be the company for you.
It’s hiring experienced, professional-level virtual assistants to join its team across North America and Europe.
Worldwide 101 connects business clients with its network of virtual assistants around the globe to provide not only administrative support, but also help with marketing, customer service, project management and bookkeeping.
You’ll work with clients who match your availability. You can work around your schedule, but you should be available during business hours.
This is a part-time job, 20 to 25 hours per week. Pay is $15 to $20 an hour, depending on experience, skills and seniority.
Your job would vary depending on the clients you support, including duties like:
- Scheduling meetings, conferences and travel
- Organizing travel arrangements
- Providing customer support
- Fielding client correspondence and managing emails
- Administrative support
The company is dedicated to making this more than a job. You can expect a career with room to grow and develop.
“We foster long-term partnerships, open communication and transparency with our team,” the listing states. “We have a ‘virtual’ open door policy, which means that everyone has access to our CEO’s email address, and Skype, and is encouraged to speak up, and connect with her directly, no matter what the issue.”
You’ll also have opportunities to virtually meet the team. Even though everyone is remote, you won’t have to work in a vacuum!
Requirements for Worldwide 101’s Virtual Assistant Jobs
Worldwide 101 looks for candidates with at least five years of “professional corporate experience,” including some executive assistant experience, and “impeccable references.”
You won’t receive VA training, so you should come in with basic skills and be comfortable using and learning relevant online tools.
As an assistant, you should be a great communicator, be highly organized, have strong writing skills, and be comfortable working under deadlines.
To apply: Fill out the online application here. If you make it to the next round, you’ll hear back within two weeks.
The next steps include two video interviews, psychometric testing (which assesses your professional strengths and weaknesses), as well as reference and background checks.
How to Become a Virtual Assistant
Don’t have the experience this company is looking for?
Read our guide to the skills that will help you become a virtual assistant and eight websites that will help you find virtual assistant jobs.
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Dana Sitar (@danasitar) is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder. She’s written for Huffington Post, Entrepreneur.com, Writer’s Digest and more, attempting humor wherever it’s allowed (and sometimes where it’s not).