Acoustik Musik, Ltd. is looking for a someone to do our Ebay sales and help with our audio/video work. We need someone who can work 10-15 + hours a week. The work schedule is somewhat flexible and we offer a relaxed working environment. We are located 1 mile west from Route 58 on West College Street. It would be helpful if you had your own vehicle for trips to the Post Office and UPS. If not, a vehicle can be provided. (We pay mileage for use of your vehicle.) You must have a valid US driver's license with no chargeable offenses.
Your main duties include researching pricing for items, creating listings for items on a program we use that is called Garage Sale, photographing the items, calculating shipping costs, packaging items, and interacting with customers through our eBay store. You will also be working on audio and video projects as needed. Other duties as assigned.
A working knowledge and experience with eBay and or audio video work would be to your advantage. You must have good Mac/PC computer skills. You should be very dependable and detailed oriented and the job requires consistency and initiative. You should also be self-motivated and be able to multitask.
Salary is $10.00 per hour to start.
We try very hard to work around your schedule conflicts but showing up is important. This is not a full time job and you will be paid as a 1099 Independent contractor. We are looking for a young person 18 to 24 years old. A recent college graduate who is staying in Oberlin and who needs a part time job would be a prime candidate.
Interviews start soon so send us an email with your resume/qualifications. We will look forward to talking to you within the next week. Please let your friends know about this job.
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