Search Engine Evaluator

  • Job Reference: Yukon US
  • Date Posted: 20 January 2023
  • Company: Appen
  • Location: Louisville, Kentucky
  • Salary: On Application
  • Bonus/Benefits: Permanent work from home with flexible hours.
  • Sector: I.T. & Communications, Science & Technology, Bilingual/Interpretation/Translation, Media
  • Job Type: Contract, Temporary

Job Description

Evaluation Job

This position involves using a web-based tool to evaluate the quality of advertisements and other related data. You must have a strong English language understanding. You will judge ads, evaluate queries, visit web pages, and answer questions about them. The feedback provided through these ratings will help our clients improve the functionality and accuracy of their products.

 

By joining this project, you’ll not only help make a better user experience but also have the opportunity to work on other projects at the forefront of artificial intelligence for the world’s largest technology companies.

 

If you love to search the web, this is the project for you!

  • Long-term project commitment
  • Work from home setup
  • Good earning potential

 

Person specification

• Strong written and spoken fluency in English skills

• Ability to work independently with minimal supervision

• You must be eligible to work within the United States

 

Equipment needed

• A personal computer and/or smartphone device with a Gmail account

• Strong internet connection

 

Timing

• Flexible working hours (10-15 hours minimum/week)

 

Help improve search results for one of the world's largest search engines!

 

What to expect when you register:

  • Create an Appen Account
  • Complete your profile and project registration [5 min]
  • Study the provided guidelines [at your own pace]
  • Agree to confidentiality and ways of working rules
  • Pass the quiz

 

Apply through this link:

 

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