Work from Home Transcriptionist (Remote Contract Position) (Work from Home)

By | September 5, 2019

Work from Home Transcriptionist (Remote Contract Position) (Work from Home)

Who: SyncScript – a transcription firm focused in business, market research and insurance transcription.

What: Transcriptionists at all skill levels based in the US. Successful team members are reliable typists who possess a strong attention to detail, good typing speed and a love for grammar. A love for learning new things doesn’t hurt either – topics of transcription run from dog owners to keynote speakers and everything in between.

Where: Your house or wherever you choose! This is a work-from-home position. We do require that contractors reside in the US.

When: Up to you! Transcriptionists have the flexibility to set their own schedules, working as much as they’d like. We ask that you are available for a minimum of 3 sound hours per week.

Why: SyncScript values your work! We are building a team of contractors looking to earn money and also have a flexible work schedule. The standard rate of pay is $.57-$.63/audio minute. Rates will vary based on assignment type.

At SyncScript, we work hard to create a team environment for our remote team. Here’s what our team has to say:

“As a graduate student, it is so hard to find a job that can fit into my hectic schedule. SyncScript allows for the flexibility I need and offers an interesting and unique way to earn extra income. The staff are incredibly friendly and extremely understanding of our busy lives and the process couldn’t be easier.” – Julianne N.

“Working as a transcriber and proofreader for SyncScript has been such an awesome surprise for me. I started just as a way to make some extra money for our family, but it turns out I love transcribing and I also love love love the personal touch and “atmosphere” that I’ve found.” – Lyndsay S.

Position Requirements:

Microsoft Word 2007/2010
High Speed Internet
A typing speed of 70+ wpm
98% accuracy

How to Apply:

All applicants are required to take a 7-minute test file and a short grammar test. Note that the audio file test takes about 45-60 minutes in general to type, so please be sure to set aside this amount of time. You will become faster with experience, however if you find the audio test portion is taking you much longer than an hour, this may not be the best position for you.

Visit our website for more information on the position and to access the test information:

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