I’m the expert on all things brunch!
Linguistica International – Tuscaloosa, AL
Full Job Description
At Linguistica International, we meet any type of language service needs, including telephone-based interpretation, on-site interpretation, and written translation. Our services are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and our qualified professional interpreters cover over 350 languages and dialects.
Receive client-calls and answer in a professional manner
Render correct concepts and meanings between requested language and English, upholding correct rules of grammar, clarity, and tone, from one language into another
Provide clear and accurate renditions with no additions or omissions
Employ good customer service and clear enunciation, pronunciation, pleasant and professional voice as well as polite forms of expression
Remain calm during emergency calls
Ensure access to the Internet for work-related to electronic communication
Follows client’s instructions, manage the flow of the call and avoid taking over the call, as well as avoids having side conversations with the limited English speaker
Native, or near-native, fluency in requested language and English
Ability to explain cultural concepts to avoid miscommunication, and to act as a cultural broker
Ability to concentrate, stay detached from the conversation and remain neutral and objective at all times while following the client’s instructions closely
Excellent listening, retention and note-taking skills to maintain a high level of accuracy
Knowledge of industry-specific terminology; on-going study of glossaries and training materials including scripts provided by our clients
Suzi’s Cover Letter:
My pops said there was this belief once that “real men don’t eat quiche”. Like, why? Quiche is so yummy. In fact, I’ve made it my mission since childhood to make delicious quiches and get my pops to eat them – which he did—and he LOVES THEM. And he’s a real man. So, winning!
My favorite quiche is this sausage hashbrown quiche that I like to serve with biscuits. I make an awesome green chile quiche that I serve with hot sausage and salsa. I love mini, crust-less quiches.
I am a pro! So, I can identify any quiche you need me to.
Eggs in a Pie Crust,
I used to be a checkers champ!
Watco Companies – Texas
Are you looking for a career in a fast-paced environment in the most exciting industry in the world where the opportunities for growth and learning are endless?
If your answer is yes, then come be a part of the Watco team!
Not only do we offer industry leading benefits, competitive pay, vacation and 401k, we also have a top of the line training program, Watco University, to educate our team members and help them to grow their career to the next level.
Discusses the next day’s workload with the company department manager to place the labor order for drivers.
Informs of number of drivers needed.
Dispatches Mule Drivers according to work flow.
Manages logistics for all per diem cargo orders to expedite load or delivery.
Assesses export cut offs for cargo to meet ship out deadlines.
Manages all warehouse clerks to monitor production.
Communicates via 2-way radio with drivers, clerks, warehouse personnel, security guards and warehouse manager to coordinate logistics of warehouse.
Inspects all containers to verify that they are in good condition for turn in. Reports damages to maintenance department.
Receives and enters production documentation from clerks.
Required Safety Gear must be worn at all times to include: Safety vest, steeled-toe shoes, and hard hats must be worn on terminal or in yard.
Suzi’s Cover Letter:
Dear Double Jumpers,
Who doesn’t love checkers? You may think you’re good, but I’m the champion. In fact, I won a regional checkers competition when I was 10. I have the trophy if you want to see it some time. I prefer the red checkers, but I can win with the black ones, too.
I think it’s really cool that you want a uniform for your checkers people. I think there should be a professional checkers team with uniforms and it should be an Olympic sport. Maybe we could lead the way. I can design the uniforms! So many ideas…
Me and Homer Simpson love the same thing—donuts!
Donut Tour Guide
Underground Donut Tour – Chicago, IL
Part-time/$25 an hour
Underground Donut Tour is Hiring!
Are you a people person who loves donuts? Do you love showing off your city? Are you looking for a low stress job that feels like you're just hanging out with friends? If so, you might be right for this position.
The Underground Donut Tour is currently hiring in Chicago. In business for over 5 years, the Underground Donut Tour is quickly becoming one of the country’s most popular food tours (Chicago, Philadelphia, New York, Portland and Seattle). A two hour walking food tour that stops at several of the best donut shops in downtown Chicago.
In order to apply for this position, you should be:
Self-motivated and ready to try new things
A friendly, jovial person with a positive attitude
Able to meet, greet, and speak in front of groups with ease
An excellent communicator who can clearly enunciate and project your voice
Able to think on your feet and adapt to different situations quickly and easily
Able to keep a groups attention and entertain/educate them with fun facts about the tour and your city
Able to interact with various types of people and personalities with ease
Able to work weekends, and potentially Thursday or Friday as needed
Able to follow a specific routine/path to ensure consistency and quality of the tour experience
Able to present yourself in a positive, well-groomed manner to project an enjoyable, family friendly brand for the Underground Donut Tour
Comfortable standing and walking for 2+ hours while leading the tour
Legally authorized to work in the US
Additional items that are preferred, but not required:
You work in tourism, hospitality, theater, entertainment, comedy, or a related industry
You have easy access to your own transportation or public transportation, so you can pick up tours on short notice
You have some knowledge about donuts, pastries, confections, or other desserts
Suzi’s Cover Letter:
Do I love donuts or what!?!? I eat them. I make them. I buy them… and there isn’t a cream stick I won’t shove in my mouth. The donut, too! I’m really good with people, and I when I was little, I pretended to be one of the girls on The Price Is Right that looks all bangin’ and knows how to show off the products. It’s like it’s meant to be!
Plus, all that walking around will burn off the calories eating all those yummy donuts. So this is a fitness thing and a food thing, which is fantastic!
P.S. One time I made a doughkini—a bikini made from donuts—for a party. Let’s just say it was a hit!
Glazed and Confused,
OMG! Christmas is the bestest holiday ever!
Digital Santa Claus
Santa Calls – Phoenix, AZ
Contract/$75 an hour
Full Job Description
This year Christmas will be different, and the magic of the Santa and North Pole is making its debut over the internet. With malls closed around the nation, Santa's (work) home is in quarantine. It's a good thing Santa's nifty elves hammered away on the mobile application, Santa Calls. By using Facetime, and Zoom technology children all over the nation will still be able to talk to a real, live Santa Claus.
Join our team and help us make children smile and feel the magic of Christmas. We are dedicated to giving every child an opportunity to believe this Christmas.
Pass Background Check
Good communication skills
Positive attitude, warm smile, welcoming voice
Must enjoy interacting with children and families
Real Beard, Excellent personal hygiene
Ability to sit for long periods of time
Full Santa outfit
By contracting with the Santa Calls team you will be paid on a per-call basis working only part-time. You will represent the company as Santa from the North Pole.
Your duties will be to manage a call queue list and make Facetime, or Zoom calls to families and children for 2-minutes. During the call, you will be required to gather key information from the child, such as name and what they want for Christmas.
It is important to make this experience magical for the child. Not all children are very talkative, you must be able to adapt to adversity. Have readily available books, jingles, or stories to tell.
Suzi’s Cover Letter:
Dear North Polers,
Christmas is my favoritest holiday! Like, I want to have Christmas stuff all year, but I don’t feel like being shamed about it, so…
I always wanted to be Santa Claus, because Santa brings so much joy into the world! And, I think anyone can be Santa—even a chick—because it’s about your heart. It’s not about race or gender. And, I think Santa needs to recognize adults, too. I’ve dressed up as Santa many times for video chats with my male clients. They were very pleased with my fishnets and leather boots and red lingerie. Imagine how I could inspire others? So many North Poles, so little time…
Spreading legs and love,
Clusters are good. They make me think of squirrels!
Commerce Cluster Writers
Dotdash – Remote
About Your Role:
As a freelance commerce updates editor for The Spruce, you will review and revise existing commerce articles in our content management system in order to elevate user experience, according to specific project instructions and brand guidelines. Updates commerce editors must commit to 20 hours weekly.
About Your Contributions:
You will research and perform revisions or updates to commerce content directly in our content management system as needed according to specific project instructions and brand guidelines.
In some cases you will use your editorial instinct to independently assess what work is necessary on a piece of commerce content before performing an update
You will fact check and copy edit on top of any larger revisions and updates.
You have a strong background in commerce writing with current industry knowledge and relationships. You’re always on top of new trends and products. Experience covering home improvement, pet products, appliances (large or small), or children’s toys a plus, but not required.
You’re able to easily adopt an established brand voice, and you adhere to strict brand and style guidelines like a pro.
You’re comfortable working in a content management system and can work quickly, independently and accurately.
You are comfortable working remotely.
Suzi’s Cover Letter:
Dear C Effers,
I have experience writing in catalogs. Okay. One catalog. Like, really one catalog only ever came out. It was for my bestie’s startup lingerie company. But then it didn’t happen and she just did an OnlyFans thing.
But… I wrote some really good stuff. Here’s a sample:
It's an artful orgasm wrapped inside a velvet bag. The Immortal Jade Glass Dildo is individually crafted and hand blown-- and guaranteed to blow your mind. A G-spot stimulator with spiral ridge, and three balls won't miss a single, delicious spot. Use warm or cold for whatever sensation you desire.
10-inches, 4.5-inch circumference (1.5-inch diameter); dishwasher safe; hypoallergenic; chemical and odor resistant; from the Glass Gem Collection.
Right!?!?! Didn’t know I had it in me. I mean, I didn’t really have this in me…
Oh—are there going to be work squirrels?
Dottin’ and Dashin’,
I mean, Asians have been known to be maids, so…
Forsyth County – Cumming, GA
$30,295 annual salary
Locates water meters on established routes and within designated timeframes; plans efficient meter-reading route to correspond with account sequence on billing reports; drives utility truck to conduct meter-reading activities.
Reads water meters; enters water consumption data from meter into handheld computerized meter reading device; records data and confirms accuracy of readings; sequences accounts into proper order.
Tests meters to ensure proper operations and accurate readings; inspects/observes condition of meters; checks meters for leaks or illegal taps; reports any necessary repair/maintenance work.
Disconnects or reconnects water service as appropriate; turns on meters to establish water service to new customers; turns off meters to close accounts or to troubleshoot leaks.
Performs customer service functions; provides assistance and information related to meters, consumption, leaks, department procedures, or other issues; responds to routine questions, complaints, or requests for service; initiates problem resolution.
Performs manual work associated with meter reading and maintenance activities; digs around meter boxes and removes dirt/debris; pumps water from meter boxes and determines source of leaks; cleans meter boxes and glass to obtain accurate reading; removes and replaces broken meter boxes/lids; shovels materials.
Operates a variety of equipment and tools associated with meter reading activities, which may include a utility truck, radio communications equipment, handheld computerized meter reading device, meter locator, probing rod, water pump, pipe wrench, shovel, or mechanic tools.
Performs general/preventive maintenance tasks necessary to keep equipment in operable condition, which may include inspecting equipment, refueling vehicles, checking/replacing fluids, greasing equipment, washing/cleaning equipment, or cleaning work areas; monitors equipment operations to maintain efficiency and safety; reports faulty equipment.
Follows safety procedures, utilizes safety equipment, and monitors work environment to ensure safety of employees, the public, and other individuals.
Prepares or completes various forms, reports, correspondence, lost meter reports, no-backflow reports, illegal hookup reports, stolen property reports, vehicle maintenance reports, timesheets, or other documents.
Receives various forms, reports, correspondence, meter route books, receipts, maps, manuals, reference materials, or other documentation; reviews, completes, processes, forwards or retains as appropriate.
Assists in maintaining inventory of division supplies; ensures availability of adequate materials to conduct work activities; initiates requests for new/replacement materials; picks up supplies as needed.
Communicates via telephone and/or two-way radio; provides information and assistance; records/relays messages; responds to requests for service or assistance.
Communicates with supervisor, employees, other departments, customers, the public, and other individuals as needed to coordinate work activities, review status of work, exchange information, or resolve problems.
Suzi’s Cover Letter:
Dear Maids a Milking,
It has always been my dream to wear a uniform. And I already have a French maid one in my closet! It’s my most popular one! How cute would I look riding around on my pink sparkle scooter checking out meters? (Please say I can have a pink sparkle scooter!!!)
I’m good with coins and my penmanship is awesome, so writing tickets would be like little works of art.
P.S. Do I have to clean stuff, too?
Maid for This,
OMG! I love Toto!
Associate Editor, Africa
Our news team covers the most meaningful issues in the world, from eradicating malaria and polio to fighting climate change to ending poverty in our time. Our news team gets to know some of the most inspiring leaders in the world, from heads of state to celebrities to philanthropists to aid workers making a difference on the ground. Our journalists and editors produce original news stories, features, interviews, investigations, multimedia projects, OpEds, and online events and have a sustainable business model to do it. Professionals at NGOs like Save the Children, CARE, and the Gates Foundation rely on us to be in-the-know.
Do you have at least five years of journalism and editing experience? Are you based in the Africa region and willing to work remotely? Are you an energetic editor who works well across time zones on a variety of topics? Are you excited to be a part of a global, mission-driven company that has an open, teamwork-focused culture? Read on.
You're ambitious, detail-oriented, and have an open and collaborative attitude. You thrive in an environment where you're responsible for your work (but you get the support you need). You are a reliable multi-tasker who can smoothly juggle working with reporters and freelancers in a variety of locations who are writing about diverse topics, as well as taking on reporting projects of your own. You know the best way to explain complicated stories and are always looking to uncover new talent.
Suzi's Cover Letter
Dear African Africans,
I listen to that Yacht Rock station all the time when my mom’s in the car, cuz that’s her music. Something about one night with Bobby Preston in his backseat with something about “pink” and “stink”. Whatever.
Anywho, mom said I was conceived while she was listening to “Africa” and I guess that’s why I love that song, cuz it’s in my jeans!
I love everything about Toto and Africa. I could write all kinds of stories about it: the drums echoing through the night; the rains; moonlit wings; wild dogs cry out in the night.
I’m perfect for this job! I can even draw a picture of Africa in my sleep!
I’m so good at trivia!
Game Night Live – Boise, ID
Our ideal Host (MUST have reliable transportation, be 21+ and have a reliable laptop).
Is comfortable speaking to an assembly of happy beer-fueled trivia, sports and/or music fans over a microphone
Has a strong speaking voice
Can potentially host at least a show or two every week
Added bonuses: Quick wit, basic computer skills, and ability to multi-task
A typical GNL night includes. . .
Meeting new people and making friends
Creating a playlist of fun music
Engaging and entertaining the players . . .all while running an efficient game
How it works. . .
We supply our Hosts with the games and equipment they need to host GNL events
We provide our Hosts with a location to host weekly GNL events at.
Our Hosts provide a laptop, some fun tunes, and their stellar personalities.
Our Hosts are awesomely fun at these shows, getting teams to come back for more every week.
We pay a minimum of $45 for each show, and more for shows with better attendance.
This is an outstanding way to get out of the house, meet new people, and stack some extra spending cash on the side. If you only want to make a quick buck, work at a bar so you can drink, or are just a general nincompoop, then this job is not right for you.
Suzi’s Cover Letter:
Dear Night Gamers…
Who doesn’t like to play games? Seriously! And a place where you can drink! First of all, I’m great with trivia:
Q: What’s black and white and read all over?
A: A newspaper!
Besides my awesome trivia brain, I’m great with people. I was a cheerleader in high school; I’m pro at dancing on bars; and people like me! My phone actress business is successful, but I need to spread my wings and grow into a real career. Like trivia night! I mean, I could go on to hosing a game show on TV as a result!
And think of all the cute outfits I could wear. I’ve got some killer leather shorts that I like to wear with a matching bikini top. If I wear a blazer with it, that makes it professional. Because my moms says a blazer makes any outfit professional.
The Hostess with the Mostess,
I love big black… cars!
Advocacy Unlimited, Inc
We are in need of Personal Chauffeur's applying for this role will be providing friendly, professional and reliable service. The right candidates will need to consult maps or navigation devices for desired routes, checking radio or online traffic and weather reports for departure and destination locations. Advise employer or passenger of potential or existing adverse conditions and suggest alternative routes or travel time adjustments. Keeping vehicles clean and ensuring that they are mechanically sound is a plus.
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
Salary: $550.00 to $800.00 /week
transportation: 1 year (Preferred)
professional driving: 1 year (Preferred)
driving: 1 year (Preferred)
limo driver: 1 year (Preferred)
city knowledge: 1 year (Preferred)
Suzi's Cover Letter:
Dear Driving Divas,
I’ve always loved road trips. It’s my favorite way to travel! Crank up the tunes, roll the windows down, pop dem bottles! Woot! Of course, I won’t be popping bottles while driving—except for clients.
I can bring extra fun to chauffeuring, because I learned how to do all kinds of things while behind the wheel. I can put on my makeup, eat dinner, lead everyone in some karaoke… Plus, I’d look totally stylin’ in a chauffer’s cap and black suit. Except my suit would either be a skirt of shorts and a blazer. Maybe I’ll paint a shirt on underneath, depending on the occasion of the trip.
Stretched and Ready,
This is a dream job!
American Cruise Lines – Phoenix, AZ
The Cruise Director is the most visible advocate for guests and is responsible for creating a fun atmosphere on board while engaging guests at all times through a series of activities, shows, events, presentations and socializing throughout the cruise. The Cruise Director manages the entertainment, presentations, activities, events and communications on board. This leadership role requires an energetic, creative, talented individual with previous cruise/resort experience, extraordinarily polished presentation skills, collaborative approach, team spirit, and a passion for guest satisfaction.
Schedule and execute engaging entertainment, enrichment and activity programs that enhance and elevate the guest experience.
Effectively communicate to guests via the shipboard daily program, television, stage, public address system and one-on-one interaction and socialization.
Socialize with guests at every opportunity including, but not limited to, meal times and cocktail hour.
Greet guests as they depart for and return from shore excursions.
Make daily Noon announcement/update; make every effort to make all PA announcements as the “voice” of the cruise.
Meet with Excursions Director, Guest Speakers, Guest Instructors and Resident Entertainers at the start of every cruise to review scheduling.
Create the daily Ship To Shore
Host Officer Introduction and Excursion Briefing.
Assist in the delivery of the Safety Briefing with the Captain
Ensure lounges are prepared for activities, events, presentations and shows (lounge configuration, A/V requirements, etc.).
Confirm entertainers 48-hours in advance; assist entertainers and onboard speakers A/V needs.
Create and update bulletin board daily.
Work with Excursions Director to prepare folders and materials for turnaround day.
Act as company representative at pre-cruise hotels on turnaround day.
Promote onboard sales and brand loyalty by hosting re-booking events.
Oversee proper VIP guest service delivery.
Communicate and report regularly to the Home Office as to the status of the cruise, guest issues and recovery, and the evaluations of Guest Speakers, Instructors and Entertainers.
Suzi’s Cover Letter:
This opportunity is sooo me. When my gramps used to babysit me, we used to watch that old show The Love Boat. I always wanted to be Julie the Cruise Director. So cute and fun! That’s me!
I’m great at planning activities and parties. How about these ideas?
Adult ring toss: after hours, using a man’s “rod” as the rod…
Beer pong on the lido deck
Skinny Dipping with Suzi
I could even create a drink special of the day: The Rum Roofie!
Can’t wait to chat with you!
Cuisin’ & Boozin’,
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.