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Language Learning Moderator/Social Posting 
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resume-library  |  United States  |  

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PARTNER-3XSGBC
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United StatesUnited States (US)
Category:
Language/Learning
Work Type:
Permanent
Work Time:
Full Time
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job,united-states,resume-library

Description 

Language Learning Moderator/Social Posting

Part-Time Gig (1-2 minutes per day) Nebula Software Corp. is offering a paid gig for intermediate language translators, future educators, or any bilingual students to act as moderators within our newly launched HeyPal language exchange app. We are looking to develop professional working relationships with bilingual students from all cultures as they post to our public language learning social platform. These posts must have an overall theme that is culturally driven with focus on language learning and teaching others about your native country or culture. Some Notes: -Paid weekly - Initially offering $2.5/post with a maximum of 10 posts per week. Posts can be as short as 10-15 words or as long as you'd like. As you work with HeyPal over time, pay rate will increase based on metrics such as user engagement and following. Currently looking for French, Italian, Spanish, German, Japanese, Portuguese, or Hebrew... but accepting those who speak many other languages as well! -Must have iPhone (Android version available Sept.) -Posts required to be some combination of photos, voice notes, and text posts. Photos can be of anything you choose from pictures of your country to meals to anything more personal if you desire. Posting will take 1-2 minutes per day. We will provide some initial content ideas if needed -No requirement to personally communicate with anyone but we encourage some back and forth discussion within the language board to help people learn your native language -App is free to download and use -Position available immediately -Unique Opportunity to meet people abroad and create connections with language-learners worldwide