Entry Level WWII Research Assistant wanted.
The World War II Research & Writing Center is looking for a dedicated research assistant for a (hopefully) long term working relationship. Assistant will help with report creation, proofreading, online research, some writing for website articles, and possible online course proofreading and testing.
Expect to need your services 10-20 hours per month to start. This will be refined as we discover how well we work together.
This is a work-from-home contractor position. Candidates are expected to have their own internet computer. Communication will be via email, phone, and Skype.
Compensation: $15 per hour. No benefits. Compensation may increase as job duties expand.
If this sounds like you, please apply with a résumé in PDF format. Résumés will be reviewed in a timely manner so that we can invite the strongest applicants to interview with us.
Résumés can be sent to: Jennifer Holik at firstname.lastname@example.org. Résumés will be accepted until Friday 23 March 2018.
Must be a U.S. Citizen.
Must be at least 18 years old.
Must be native English speaker and have great internet skills
Must have typing proficiency.
Must be experienced in using Word and Excel and comfortable using video calls/conferencing.
Impeccable digital communication skills, spelling, and grammar.
Self-motivated, efficient, maintains confidentiality.
Knowledge of genealogy research and WWI, WWII, Korean War research might be beneficial but not required.
- Résumé demonstrating relevant experience and dates the experience was obtained (cover letter optional).
- At least three references.
The World War II Research and Writing Center helps clients Find the Answers to their military research questions. We use our unique talent and capacities bringing to life a soldier’s story by new research techniques provides a rare glimpse into a soldier’s personal life. The facts we unravels about his web of relationships provide family members a chance to revisit their soldier’s never-told-before story and ‘personal war journey’ in a new way. In doing so, it allows family members to live their soldiers’ pain and glory – memorialize their stories through writing – ultimately, serving as a tribute to their sacrifice; and a testament to our great country.
Learn more at http://wwiirwc.com