Web Search Evaluator - Argentina
Web Search Evaluator- Argentina
“Build new skills for your future and live your best life now”
Languages Required: English and Spanish
Type: Work from Home, Temporary, Part-time, Independent Contractor
Who We Are:
Appen Butler Hill is a language technology solutions and consulting firm, recognized as a global leader in the quality, range and caliber of its expertise. We are focused on helping our clients reach international markets by leveraging our expertise in over 50 languages and dialects. Our clients are among the world’s top Internet search engine companies, and we are currently seeking Internet-savvy freelance Web Search Evaluators.
If you are looking for interesting work that fits your lifestyle, you have come to the right place. As a Web Search Evaluator at Appen Butler Hill, you will be rewarded for your ability to improve the Internet search relevance results for everyone. Be part of a rapidly growing global team for the world’s top Internet search engine companies! We offer flexible work schedules, competitive pay and excellent training.
If you are a fast-thinking, flexible person who embraces new challenges and would enjoy evaluating the quality and relevance of the Internet for our top clients, we want to hear from you. We will provide you with standards and scoring guidelines, personal support and training so you can be successful.
Depending upon your commitment and skill level, opportunities for new projects and responsibilities that can increase your ability to earn are always there for you. We are moving fast … and so can your career. It’s all up to you.
Web Search evaluators work 4 hours a day (Monday through Friday) and have the flexibility to choose the hours they wish to work each day. Evaluators commit to 20-22 hours per week. Before a project assignment, evaluators complete a qualification process of 25-40 hours over a 1-3 week period. Once accepted on a project, evaluators meet consistent service levels that measure accuracy of their work.
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