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WTS EnergyLouisville, OH
  • $20 - $25 an hour - Part-time
  • WTS provides proctoring services to its clients around the nation and we are looking to expand our proctor network in your area.
  • Proctors physically oversee and monitor exams being taken by individuals that are seeking to become certified in a variety of specialty skills to enhance their abilities and careers
  • Business professional in areas like education, accounting, legal, medical, finance, engineering, marketing, etc
  • Military – Active or veteran and spouses
  • Law enforcement, civil service
  • Employment of professional organization – e.g. nonprofits, AMA etc.
  • Previous proctoring experience
  • Professional work experience – project managers, coordinators, executive assistants, administration
  • Basic computer skills
  • Proficient/fluent in the English language
  • Strong verbal communication skills
  • Available via phone and email
  • String attention to detail
  • Good conflict resolution skills
  • Strong observational skills
  • Punctual, reliable and ethical
  • Proctoring assignments are ideal for individuals that are looking for or are happy to work on an ad-hoc
  • & part time basis.
  • Job Type: Part-time
  • Salary: $20.00 to $25.00 /hour
  • Louisville, OH (Preferred)
  • Mid-Day, Morning (Required)
  • Please review all application instructions before applying to WTS Energy.

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