Updating this article for those who are interested to more about Rarejob. You can actually message them directly on their facebook page. Click here to go to their page.
I apologize if I wasn’t able to respond to all your comments and questions- this momma has been very busy with the move plus a new baby, so please accept my apology. If you still have questions, you can just go to my facebook page and send me a message there. 🙂
I always wanted to just stay at home and be with my kids. But then, being 7 months pregnant and earning no money made me feel useless. I somehow crave the hustle and bustle brought about by being an employee.
So to ease my boredom, I browsed the web for some work at home opportunities. And then I saw a post on a website about a company hiring English online tutors. I read through the job post and immediately sent an inquiry through email. I immediately got a response enlisting all the requirements and procedures for the application process. I scanned through it and realized that I was qualified, so yes, I applied!
The entire process to actually starting on the job may take two weeks. Let me share to you a few details:
1. Phone interview.
I received a call from a RareJob staff who verified details on my resume. This is just like any normal interview: describe yourself, your hobbies, what your plans are, and some follow-up questions. Just be ready to describe and differentiate some parts of speech and idioms.
Upon passing the initial interview, I received an email stating so and details on the next step of the application process. The email will also contain your training details. This is one great thing about RareJob, you will be guided accordingly on the steps to take through email.
3. Training via skype
My training lasted for 2 hours. It includes a brief introduction between me and the trainer, expectation setting and the mock lessons. Yes! You will be the teacher and your trainer will pretend to be the Japanese student. Just follow the guidelines and you’ll do just fine.
4. Requirements submission
I received an email right after my mock lesson stating that I passed, hooray! The email will also include the requirements you need to submit before you get to start on the job. Once you complete all that is needed, you may have to wait for a maximum of three days to get a response from the application team. It’s worth the wait, so I didn’t mind.
5. Getting hired
Again, this is through email but this time it included details about my favorite topic: wage and incentives haha! You just have to set-up a BPI or PNB account, or if you already have one then good for you!
6. Familiarize yourself with the RareJob policies, fix your schedule slots and start having your lessons booked! I will share about my first RareJob tutoring class in my next post.
It truly is a wonderful experience to know you are earning without having to leave your love ones at mercy of a nanny or a relative. It is something I hope to share to mothers everywhere.
Happy work-at-home days to come everyone!
I am no longer working for RareJob, so for questions regarding their policy, rate, employee benefits/ compensation, I do think it is best to direct such queries to RareJob’s Facebook page instead.
I would love to help as much as I can, but for such concern better ask those still with RJ 🙂 God bless!