I’m great at reacting!
SmashNet – United States
Full-time/Part-time, $4,000 - $5,000/month
Full Job Description
React JS Developer
React Developer (Video Games, Anime, eCommerce)
Position is fully remote.
Description: React Developer to work with and coordinate closely with CTO at a successful startup. You will be developing a React.js admin dashboard for a rapidly growing eCommerce platform that specializes in live autograph sales for actors, voice actors, and social media influencers. Backend: MySQL, Node.js, AWS, Stripe. Company has a laid-back culture and developers work on a very flexible schedule. Room for career growth as company grows.
Qualifications: React.js, React Hooks, flexbox, strong material design skills, web sockets, works independently without a reliance on 3rd party packages, STRONG CSS SKILLS, extremely detail oriented, can create beautiful components without strict design specs.
Perks: MySQL, Node.js, REST API, AWS, Stripe.
Suzi’s Cover Letter:
I am a unique person. So when I saw you were looking for a reaction developer, well, hello—totally me!
I’m the queen of reactions. To me, it’s like a mini-performance. Like, I could get an Oscar every day. I’ve even created some new reactions that are sure to catch on:
Penisppointment: When a guy drops his pants and you realize he’s mis-measured… again. You smile real big with soft eyes that say: thank god for batteries, but we’ll have a little fun with this for a few minutes.
Giftfailure: When you make a frowny face, but smile with your eyes because your gift has missed the mark. You’re grateful, but lacey thongs are just so cliché.
Hello! Me and the phone? We good.
Answering Service - Medical - Remote Telephone Operator
Physicians' Answering Service – Remote
Full Job Description
Job openings for Evenings, At least One Weekend Day & Holidays.
Customer service representatives that are dependable, have excellent attendance history and type of at least 40 wpm (tested).
Applicants only in the area of Portland, OR.
Excellent spelling and grammar
Clear speaking voice, pleasant and friendly mannerisms.
Has a Windows 10 PC, PC Headset w/ Microphone, Fast Internet.
Ability to adapt and perform at a fast paced environment.
Transfer calls and relay verbal messages.
Record and deliver messages
Excellent in documentation and organization.
Perform other clerical duties as necessary.
Pay: $13.50 - $13.75 per hour
Suzi’s Cover Letter:
My phone skills are da bomb, and I’m such a good listener! I mean, that’s what my job is right now. But I want to go a little more legit, which is why I’m looking for my dream job. So, why not use my phone skills? And I might even make some new friends, because once you get to chatting with me, you’ll love me! All my clients love me.
Oh, and I’m really good at taking notes and my grammer is real good, to. I did pretty good with that stuff in school. But I did get a lot of extra credit. I think it helped that Mr. Jennings had a crush on me…
Follow my lead!
Bay Colony Railroad Corp – Boston, MA
Salary/$25 an hour
Bay Colony Railroad Corp. is looking for a Part-Time Freight Conductor
A conductor's primary responsibility is to safely coordinate train crews on a freight train, place rail cars to facilitate loading and unloading, and makeup/breakdown trains in a rail yard, customer facility or similar locations.
Candidate selected for this part-time position will cover Millis and Watuppa, MA locations.
Primary Activities and Responsibilities
Ensure compliance with all train orders, signals, railroad and safety rules and Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) regulations
Be able to safely perform all job responsibilities
Inspect all equipment on cars prior to departures
Receive and transmit information by radio and telephone
Read and understand bulletins, work orders, and switch lists
Assist with the coupling and uncoupling of cars, operate switches, and make minor repairs to railcars, including replacing heavy couplings or air brake hoses
Work with customers to ensure accurate movement and placement of cars; delivers excellent customer service by identifying customer needs and meeting or exceeding expectations
Maintain awareness of surrounding area and suspicious activity to ensure rail safety
Operate locomotive equipment through the use of remote control device
Quickly and repeatedly make precise adjustments in moving the controls of a machine or vehicle to exact positions
Comprehend color and/or hand signals and systems
Review instructions from dispatchers and other transportation employees, and discuss with locomotive engineer
High School Diploma/GED
2 years work experience or equivalent training
Must have a valid driver’s license
Must have less than 4 points on motor vehicle report
Current FRA Conductor Certification
Suzi’s Cover Letter:
Dear Musical Marvels,
I feel I have leadership abilities. And it would by my pleasure and an honor to lead your beautiful sounds! I played in the band in high school. I was *this* close to making the first row in flutes, but the other girls ahead of me apparently have good knee pads because… whatever.
I always thought the conductor was the coolest. He gets to wear that cool tux. Like, I want to wear some badass gown with a tiara and have a wand that’s all sparkly and stuff. I can keep good time and I love music. Plus, I know how to jazz up a performance. My conducting will be so legendary.
But I don’t know what an orchestra has to do with trains. Maybe concerts on the train? That would be cool.
Follow My Stick,
Twinkle, twinkle, I “thinkle” I can do this!
Elite Daily is seeking a remote, part-time Astrology writer to join its Experiences vertical. Day-to-day responsibilities include pitching and writing monthly horoscopes and evergreen zodiac-related content. Examples of the types of articles you’d work on include the spiritual meaning of a solar eclipse, which signs will have the worst month, the best matches for Sagittarius, and how you should decorate your living space, according to your sign.
Applicants should have an expert knowledge of all aspects of the zodiac, including a solid understanding of how to read individual birth charts. We’re looking for someone who is interested in what the stars can reveal about everything from the Schitt’s Creek character you are to who you are on Instagram. The ideal candidate is also creative, familiar with the Elite Daily voice, and possesses the ability to produce humorous, light-hearted, clean, and engaging content while meeting daily deadlines.
The position is part-time, remote, takes place during normal business hours (EST), and reports to the Senior Experiences Editor.
Be able to turn around 3 articles per day in a timely manner
Pitch fresh angles related to astrology
Remain flexible while meeting deadlines
Availability to work remotely 4 days a week, Monday - Friday
2+ years of relevant blogging/writing experience
Familiarity with SEO best practices
Proficiency in writing in AP Style
A deep understanding of astrology
Suzi’s Cover Letter:
I literally feel like this is written in the stars for me. My people are all holistic and zen and deep-thinkers and stuff, so astrology is my thing. Plus, my great-grandmother was some kind of showman back in some village and could read everybody. I’m good at reading people, but like in a modern way. Anywho, I bought this book on astrology years ago so I could figure out which dudes would be compatible with me and which ones to stay away from.
Here’s a sample reading thingie:
"If you’re an Aries and you’ve been a hoe, you better get to the doctor and have your jayjay looked at. Because you’re a fire sign. And there may be a fire in your panties that doesn’t need to spread. Like you apparently spread your legs one too many times."
Isn’t that great!?!?
Milky Ways and Galaxy Quests,
I'm just your average girl who wants a kick-ass life and... love! If I could be a superhero, that would be AWESOME! I'm currently a "phone actress" looking for a really cool career. Don't get me wrong-- I love giving a hand to dudes who need someone to chat with. Everybody needs somebody! But, my parents keep telling me I need a respectable job. Sigh.