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Nurse Assessor - Permanent Work from Home  

Donard Recruitment - County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, UK (+6 locations)

These positions are permanently home based and will continue to be home based after COVID Work Home Work careers... From £34,000 to £38,000 per annum

from: totaljobs.com (+1 source) - 3 days ago

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Nurse Assessor - Permanent Work from Home  

UK - Test CV - Chester, United Kingdom (+9 locations)

This role comes with a starting salary of £34,000 per annum and provides standard working hours between Monday to Friday. These positions are permanently home based and will continue to be home based after... Work Home careers...

from: zoek.uk (+1 source) - 3 days ago

Nurse Assessor - Work from Home  

Donard Recruitment - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, East Midlands, UK (+9 locations)

Due to the current pandemic this role is now working from home, with the aim for f... home work... From £34,000 to £38,000 per annum

from: totaljobs.com - 3 days ago

Nurse Assessor - Permanent Work from Home  

Donard Recruitment - Hull, North Humberside, North East, UK (+9 locations)

These positions are permanently home based and will continue to be home based after COVID home working... From £34,000 to £38,000 per annum

from: totaljobs.com - 4 days ago

Work From Home Graduates & Students  

Submission Technology Limited - United Kingdom

So, whether you’re working in Marketing, Sales, IT, HR or Media this work from home position is suitable for you Getting started is simple, sign up and receive your first £5 immediately. Work from Home... working home...

from: uk.tideri.com - 3 days ago

Work From Home - £500 - £3000+ per month, Full time or Part time  

Reps.co.uk - Laugharne, United Kingdom (+5 locations)

Work on your own terms to achieve the work-life balance you need?Avon is perfect for anyone looking to work part time or full time. - Work in the mornings, afternoons, evenings or weekends. - Fits around... swift work home...

from: uk.tideri.com - Yesterday

Female Senior Support Worker  

VoyageCareSupportWorker - Hastings, England, gb

In return, we offer all the training, benefits and options for career development you would expect from a leader in our fieldBenefits:Paid DBS & HolidaysSalary scale /progression if you want itLife insurance... experience advisor work home...

from: neuvoo.co.uk (+1 source) - 2 days ago

Senior Support Worker  

VoyageCareSupportWorker - Stroud, England, gb (+1 location)

Deducted from your final salary*Some of our roles require male or female employees only, where this is indicated it is a genuine occupational requirement in accordance with the Equality Act 2010“COVID19... work home financial...

from: neuvoo.co.uk (+2 sources) - 2 days ago

Locum Care Support Workers  

Midlothian Council - Dalkeith, Midlothian, Scotland, UK

The ability to respond to situations in a calm and flexible way is essential. work home p t... £22,504 - £23,499 per year pro rata

from: totaljobs.com (+2 sources) - 3 days ago

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VoyageCareSupportWorker - Hereford, England, gb

Deducted from your final salary*Some of our roles require male or female employees only, where this is indicated it is a genuine occupational requirement in accordance with the Equality Act 2010“COVID19... doddle neighbour work home...

from: neuvoo.co.uk - 2 days ago


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  • Work – home balance Marge

    I quit my job a couple of years ago when my twins were born, I was stressed out. Now I’m beginning to look for work again, but just the sheer process is making me feel strained already. Has anybody some good piece of advice I can follow?

    • Lauren:

      Sometimes it’s got to do with your temperament or personality… If you have a tendency to getting tense easily, you’ll have more trouble controlling those anxiety feelings. I’m neither nor, but I find that there are 2 things that help me loads. Sports and lowering expectations and demands on myself, my job and last but not least my management of home.

      • Marge:

        What you say makes a lot of sense, thanks Lauren. I’ll try to apply it to my life. I think that what’s going to be more difficult for me is the home business, I’m a bit obsessive when it comes to order and stuff. Many thanks, your input has been really useful.

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  • Working from home options. Survey taker. Julia K.

    I’ve heard about survey taking as a good option to earn some money working from home. Has anybody tried it? What are the requirements? How do you qualify to be included?

    • Rachel:

      First of all, watch out for ‘scam’. 2nd be aware that you’ll get some cash, but you won’t get rich. There’s a tendency to believe that survey takers get a lot of money, enough not to have to do any other jobs, from my experience I must say this believe is an urban myth.

      • Julia:

        Thanks for your warning Rachel, I'll keep it in mind. My idea is to get some cash, not to become rich :-) Do you know how it works? or how can I qualify?

        • Janet:

          What you do is google looking for lists of paid surveys companies. Then register with those you feel comfortable with and in doing so you’ll be asked many questions to see what your interests are, your depth of knowledge of different aspects, and so on. Most only send 2 or 3 surveys a week, so the idea is to register with as many as possible.

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  • What are the best Work-at-home jobs? Kaylee

    What are the best jobs to look for if you want to work from home?

    • Evan:

      This is such an open question. Difficult to answer, it’ll depend on your previous experience and your formal training.

      • Kaylee:

        I guess you’re right. In the past I have worked as cashier in a shop for nearly two years and as receptionist in a logistics business for nearly a year. I don’t know if that would give me points to qualify for a job working from home.

        • Evan:

          I can think of customer service representative. Have you considered it? You’ll need to invest some time to become familiar with the policies and the products of a company depending on whether it’s in the services sector or in retail and from there on it’d be a question of keeping yourself up-to-date.

          • Kaylee:

            Thanks Evan, I hadn’t really thought about it. It sounds good.

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  • Are jobs to work from home that difficult to find? Madeline

    I trained as a secretary, but since my eldest daughter was born 5 years ago I’m a stay at home mum. Now when my kids are a bit older, I’d like to work part-time from home. I’ve been trying to find work for more than a month now but I find it’s quite difficult to find a job that adjusts to my times and profile. I would have thought that if you’re a secretary and your boss is forever travelling and at meetings you end up having to interact via phone and e-mail. In these cases it seems to be no problem. It looks though that if the case is the opposite, your boss is office based but you’re not in the office, the deal is not accepted. Wouldn’t it basically be the same?

    • Abby:

      I’d like to think that it’s because face to face and regular communication can be a lot more effective, but I’m not sure if this is not just wishful thinking.

      • Madeline:

        I believe it’s the latter, unfortunately. Many secretaries do their job well and punctually with their boss out of the premises most of the time, why shouldn’t it be the same the other way around? Is it a question of ‘privileges’? Of some enjoying more flexibility than others? Of some having to be ‘controlled’ while others can move freely with the assumption that some will not do their job if not supervised while other always will comply with their responsibilities? Sooo frustrating and unfair!

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  • My dream job Jobisjob

    If you could choose a dream job whether it be in your current field or something else what would it be?

    • Julie:

      home based telephonist/customer services

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