JOB OFFER – Transcriber to Work From Home

Work At Home Transcriber (Transcription) Job

We are seeking and experienced Transcriber to work from home. This is a virtual independent contractor position. Candidates must be available to transcribe at least 3 hours of sound a week. An excellent grasp of grammar and punctuation rules is a must. Sound file lengths range from 30 minutes to 2+ hours. Compensation is $10 per 15 minutes of sound transcribed. This position is open to US-based applicants only.

* Transcription experience
* Available to transcribe at least 3 hours of sound per week
* Broadband internet access
* Excellent grammar and punctuation

*Familiarity with accessing an FTP site
*Previous experience with Express Scribe transcription software

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Work At Home Transcriber (Transcription) Job


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  1. , 07 July, 2013

    I would like to be considered for the transcriber job. I did a transcribing project in college for one class, but have not done this since. I am a competent writer and am a credentialed teacher. I graduated from Cal State Long Beach and language arts/literature and history are the genres I was strong in. Please contact me if you are interested.


  2. , 14 November, 2013

    Good Afternoon,

    I’ve reviewed your website and it offers many services that I can help with. Because of my enthusiasm for this, a tentative plan has been set for project completion.

    As a writer of web content and articles (can provide a couple of web articles I’ve written and sold), transcribing as a virtual independent contractor is a perfect fit for us both.

    You will not have to worry about time being an issue. I have a quiet at-home office where I can focus on transcribing the sound files for you.

    Understanding that editing myself can be difficult, I will complete the first draft of this project early and come back to it the next day. Punctuation and grammar are easier to catch when you put the work down and take a break.

    Please contact me if you’re interested. We can of course discuss this more at length and I can provide you with a couple of sample articles I’ve written.

    Thank you,
    Corinne A.

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