At Job Duck, we help incredible people find amazing jobs working from home for businesses in the United States. Our job offers are for those living in Mexico, Central and South America, and South Africa. These job offers are virtual, which means that all of our team members work from their homes. Every candidate has to pass the stages in our application process to become part of our team:
Application In One Of Our Webforms
You probably caught an ad about us on Facebook, LinkedIn, or Instagram. On the other hand, maybe you were looking on a local job posting site for a virtual job and noticed one of our job offers. If you decide to click on the “apply” button, then you will surely get an email (or inbox message from the social media channel you applied to) with instructions to apply directly at a link. That’s the first stage in our application process: submit your application in that link (which you can also find HERE).
NOTE: It is extremely important to fully read the information in the link since it includes the instructions to submit an application successfully.
Once you pass the first stage (if you followed the instructions correctly), one of our Guides will contact you. Please make sure to review your email inbox; even the spam folder, because sometimes our emails land in there.
Your guide will ask you to create a profile. This profile will need to include the following: an essay, your resume, a cover letter, a 15-minute EFSET English test, and a 90-second video explaining why you are incredible. There are also specific instructions to create your profile successfully.
If we have decided not to push forward with your application after the first or second stage, you can reapply. Just make sure to do so with a different email address. We recommend you also read this BLOG to learn how to submit an application successfully.
Interview With Job Duck Team
If you pass the second stage, your guide will ask you to schedule an interview with a member of our team. Before the interview, we suggest you take time to make sure your internet is stable, all of the required equipment is working correctly, and you find yourself in a quiet place with a clear background. Please be professional and show up on time with the right attire. If you get hired, you can discuss the attire preferences with your boss later on. Therefore, you need to give a great impression and stand out from the rest in every possible way.
NOTE: If you get rejected after your interview, you can no longer reapply. This is because it means you don’t meet the requirements we are looking for.
If you pass the interview, our third stage, your guide will invite you to attend the Duck University for a week. This is a paid training where you will learn all of the virtual assistant basics.
The fifth and last day of the training, you will have to complete some assessments. In order to continue with our process, you have to succeed on the assessments.
When you pass the Duck University, your guide will schedule a call for both of you to go over the employment contract and check on any details together. The guide will also answer any questions you may have. If you accept and sign, our matchmaking team will send your profile to U.S. employers who are looking for a person with your abilities.
Interview With A U.S. Based Employer
If the U.S. employer agrees you would be a great fit for their company, we will set up another interview. This time, the U.S. employer will be the one to make the questions.
Congratulations! You’ve Been Matched
If after the interview with the U.S. employer they decide to hire you, CONGRATULATIONS! You are matched and the next step is to set up a start date.
If after the interview, the U.S. employer feels like you are not what they are looking for, don’t worry! We will continue setting up more interviews with other employers until we match you.