French Note Takers
Wordwrap Associates Inc
Toronto, ON, CA
2d ago

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Attend client conferences, seminars, workshops, classes and meetings.
  • Ensure notes are accurate, clear, concise and include all necessary information.
  • Proofread, edit and format notes after meetings.
  • Provide completed work to Wordwrap within a designated timeframe.
  • REQUIREMENTS & SKILLS

  • Must have native-level fluency in French (written and verbal).
  • Own a personal laptop with a minimum 13 screen and 3 hour battery life.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Word, experienced taking notes and typing speed of 80-100 wpm.
  • Have a positive and professional attitude, dependability.
  • Strong writing and editing skills, including proficient use of grammar.
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication and organizational skills.
  • Strong listening skills i.e. listening to multiple people in a conversation, able to block out ambient noise.
  • Focused time management skills.
  • Can meet deadlines.
  • Polite and professional when meeting with clients.
  • BENEFITS

  • Flexible work environment.
  • Learn more about business operations across multiple sectors, including banking, marketing, healthcare and education.
  • Opportunity to network with industry professionals.
  • Attend by invitation only business conferences, seminars, workshops, classes and meetings.
  • Gain knowledge and experience in note taking, transcription and office support services.
  • References can be provided upon exemplary work.
  • Compensation is dependent on skills, abilities and will vary by complexity of assignment.
  • Submit your resume to careers wordwrap.com

    Qualified applicants will be invited for a face-to-face interview.

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