Hourly Rate: $15 - $20 / hr
| Duration: 1-2 weeks
| Posted: Aug 26, 2015 | Ends: 4h, 21m |
I'm writing an article on the e-learning industry and I would like some excerpts from relevant books or academic journals pulled for my research. I don't necessarily need an abstract to be written; but I would like to have a nice selection of articles/book excerpts to reference for the article. I will provide more specifics on the topic once the job has been awarded. I'm thinking the final deliverable will be a compilation of excerpts from books, links to articles if they're available to the general public, and copies of articles if they're from databases or journals that I don't have access to. If the journals are not searchable (so that I can find the relevant section(s)), then the relevant section(s) should be highlighted or noted. Please let me know what reference libraries/databases you have access to when submitting your proposal. It would be especially helpful if you have access to current e-learning/learning technology books as well. I'm looking for a quick turnaround on thi...
Hourly Rate: Not Sure
| Duration: Not Sure
| Posted: Aug 14, 2015 | Ends: 1d, 2h |
Hello I am looking for an experienced job recruiter/headhunter who can help me find jobs that are 100% work remote only. 100% telecommute. Please have a background as a job recruiter and realize that this role is specific only to finding telecommute positions, not on-site. Your job will be to search for only telecommute jobs (long-term or permanent jobs) within the fields of: research, administration, news, journalism, media, social media and other media-related areas (I have a background in research and media and I'm currently looking for work in any of these areas, doing research, copy-editing, social media, writing, or the like). Please send resume and put "TELECOMMUTE" at the top of your response message so that I know you read through this posting and are not spamming. Please also provide a detailed explanation as to how you plan to go about doing this job. Thanks!
Category: Other - Administrative...
Fixed Price: Not Sure
| Posted: Jun 01, 2015 | Ends: 2d, 3h |
PR - Description Public relations specialists, also sometimes referred to as media specialists and communications specialists, act as advocates for clients who wish to build and maintain a positive relationship with the public. Common clients often include nonprofit associations, businesses, hospitals, universities and other organizations. Public relations specialists are responsible for handling organizations functions, including consume, community, media, governmental and industry relations. They may also handle interest group representation, political campaigns, investor and employee relations and conflict mediation. To be successful in this career field it is important to understand the concerns and attitudes of the consumer, community, public interest groups and the employee. Job duties may include drafting press releases and making contact with persons in the media who can broadcast or print their material. Other job duties can include arranging and conducting programs for mai...
Category: Virtual Assistant
Preferred Location: United States