Work From Home
Work Flexible Hours as a Transcription Editor for Net Transcripts
Do you hear that? This audio transcription gig is calling your name.
Net Transcripts, a transcription service, is hiring business and conference transcription editors and proofreaders who can correct errors in transcripts produced by speech-recognition technology.
Previous experience working with corporate financial information is a plus.
This is a contract job with a recommended schedule of 60 minutes of work each day Monday through Friday, although midweek availability is essential. The posting also notes that the job includes many rush orders that require 15 audio minutes be edited in an hour.
You’ll need to be ready to begin immediately and have the required equipment, including noise-canceling headphones and an Infinity USB-2 foot pedal.
Business and Conferencing Transcription Editor/Proofreader at Net Transcripts
- Editing drafts of transcriptions done by speech-to-text technology.
Applicants for this position must:
- Be a native English speaker.
- Have citizenship and a residency in the U.S.
- Complete an assessment to demonstrate editing and accuracy skills.
- Be able to type 75 words per minute. (You can take a free speed test here.)
- Have excellent grammar skills.
- Be able to produce transcripts with 98% accuracy.
- Work on a PC with Microsoft Windows 10 with a minimum of 8GB of RAM.
- Use Chrome v70+ as a web browser.
- Have high-speed internet (minimum 15Mbps).
- Have noise-canceling headphones and an Infinity USB-2 foot pedal (or willingness to purchase them).
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Matt Reinstetle is a former staff writer at The Penny Hoarder.