We are excited to share our brand-new Weekly Tea with Katia from Mexico. In this segment, we invite Job Duck virtual assistants to tell us what it’s like to work from home with Job Duck.
In this episode, we meet Katia, who works remotely from Mexico. Katia stumbled upon Job Duck through LinkedIn. What caught her attention was Job Duck’s commitment to recruiting diverse talent worldwide, fostering a work culture that had earned them the coveted “Best Place to Work” certification. In the interview, Katia emphasizes the importance of conducting thorough research before applying for any position. Her diligence paid off as she navigated a communicative and supportive application process. Task assignments allowed her to showcase her capabilities, and Duck University provided a platform for learning essential skills while connecting with like-minded individuals.
Working as a Virtual Assistant
After successfully completing the application process, Karla started her role as an intake specialist and administrative assistant. Her daily tasks include welcoming and registering new clients, scheduling consultations, and providing accurate information via phone and email. She expresses her genuine enjoyment of the role, highlighting the dynamic nature of her responsibilities.
One of the standout aspects of Katia’s experience is the positive work atmosphere she enjoys. Her colleagues and superiors are described as professional, kind, communicative, and supportive.
“I feel very thankful and happy to belong in a healthy work environment where everyone is focused and oriented towards goals, achievements, and excellence in customer service.” – Katia from Mexico.
As the interview draws close, Katia enthusiastically recommends Job Duck to bilingual individuals residing in select Latin American countries. She acknowledges the effort required in the application process but assures potential candidates that the journey is worthwhile.
“I highly recommend applying because it’s a lifetime opportunity to develop professionally while working from home.” – Katia from Mexico.
Watch the full episode below! If, like Katia, you have good English skills (both written and spoken), a computer, a headset, a permanent workspace at home, and are looking for a career as a virtual assistant, CLICK HERE to apply now. Also, subscribe to our Weekly Job Flash Newsletter, where you can find out what career opportunities are available!