Opzer.co is hiring a Remote Workflow Automation Specialist
We are looking for an experienced Workflow Automation Builder who can understand our client's problems and build reliable automations and integrations using low-code tools like Zapier.
WHO WE ARE:
We at Opzer.co have helped 50+ clients automate more than half a MILLION tasks. We help service and education companies leverage automation and put the systems in place to scale their business faster (and with less overhead).
This role will start as a contract initially -- with the potential to scale full-time within 3-6 months for the right candidate. We require you to have some overlap with the EST working hours.
Big pluses if you experience one or more of the following:
Google Apps Script
Coding (Javscript and/or Python)
Although candidates with little automation-specific experience (< 1 year) can be considered, you must have the engineering and analytical skills to solve problems.
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Salary and compensation
$30,000 — $80,000/year
🌎 Distributed team
🏖 Paid time off
📚 Learning budget
👀 No monitoring system
🎅 We hire old (and young)
How do you apply?
Fill out the application, and IF you're a promising candidate, expect to:
Receive a response from us within 2-3 business days
Record a short video to introduce yourself
Complete a short test project (paid)
Attend video interviews to discuss the role and your experience in detail
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