This position is not currently taking applicants but I will remove this and make an announcement when they start looking again
Location: Online Remote
Requirements: Native English speaker with a Bachelor’s Degree. Able to interview students 20-30 hours a week between the hours of 8am-11pm Beijing time. Preference towards those who can work nights and weekends (China time).
Desired Qualifications: Experience with Zoom, flexible and organized, past experience conducting admissions interviews
Company Details: Vericant is a fast-growing education tech startup company that provides university admissions interviews to Chinese students. These interviews are recorded and sent to US college admissions officers to review as part of the application process. This allows Chinese students to not only prove their fluency in English, but also explain their activities, academic interests, goals and passions in a way that they wouldn’t have an opportunity to otherwise.
Salary: $10 USD (65 RMB) per interview, which translates to $20/hour.
Each interview is 12-15 minutes long but is scheduled for 30 minutes of your time. This allows you to get the Zoom call set up and take a small break between interviews.
Other Job Details: This position is for the summer, with the option to extend into the fall if you’re interested!
Why Here? If you’re looking for a great part-time online position that will give you a bit of income over the summer, this is the perfect place to look. I will personally be conducting interviews for them over the summer and fall, so if that’s not enough to convince you, I don’t know what is!
Watch a real interview
If you want to watch a real Vericant interview, just click this link here which will take you to an example interview on their website.
How to apply
Please apply by emailing your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Remote Interviewer Application”. You are welcome to say in the interview that Richelle from Adventures Around Asia sent you.
Please do not apply using the form below. Unfortunately, I can’t turn it off!