NOAH shares the following opportunity that might be of interest to community members. Please keep in mind that NOAH is not affiliated with this job opportunity and all questions should be directed to Dina Rosenbaum.
Remote Job Opportunity!
The Carroll Center for the Blind is working with an international company who is seeking audio analysts to help with quality assurance for its AI-based audio search engine.
No experience is necessary, but individuals must be experienced computer users and have a working computer, reliable internet connection and good comprehension skills. The work involves listening to podcasts and radio shows and using an online interface to relay information about the quality of their search engine and segmentation process.
This is part-time work and can be done remotely. Character traits such as professionalism, reliability and aptitude are rewarded; scheduling flexibility is an advantage.
Work is conducted via an accessible user interface that is available through Google’s Chrome web browser at pre-arranged times. Following successful completion of the training period, freelancers are given scheduled work hours, their work is monitored, checked and feedback is provided in between sessions.
Freelancers are paid a base hourly rate of US $15.00 per hour and are required to complete an IRS W8 or W9 form as necessary and sign a work agreement document.
For more information please contact Dina Rosenbaum by email or phone at 617-969-6200 Ext. 238.