Search Engine Evaluator - Persian/Farsi

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Created: October 30, 2013


  This position is restricted to residents of Canada that are fluent in written and verbal Persian / Farsi.

Leapforce is looking for highly educated individuals able to read and write using Persian / Farsi for an exciting work from home opportunity. Applicants must be self motivated and internet savvy. This is an opportunity to evaluate and improve search engine results for one of the world's largest internet search engine companies.

Search Engine Evaluators will need to combine a passion for analysis, understanding of various online research tools and in-depth knowledge of Persian language and culture. Applicants must be detail oriented and have a broad range of interests.

Ideal Search Engine Evaluators will possess the following skills

    Have in-depth, up-to-date familiarity with Persian social culture, media, and web culture
    Excellent comprehension and written communication skills in English and Persian
    Broad range of interests, with specific areas of expertise a plus
    University degree or equivalent experience (degrees in-progress are acceptable). Advanced degrees a plus
    Excellent web research skills and analytical abilities.
    Ability to work independently under minimal supervision
    Possess a high speed internet connection (DSL, Cable Modem, etc.)

Search Engine Evaluators provide feedback on search engine results by measuring the relevance and usefulness of web pages in correlation to predefined queries, by providing comparative analysis of sets of search engine results and various other techniques.

All candidates are required to take and pass a qualification exam before becoming a Search Engine Evaluator. There are three parts to the exam: a theoretical component and two practical components. Supplied study materials can be used during the exam.

Please Note: We are unable to offer more than one Search Engine Evaluator position per household.


Published: Wednesday, October 30, 2013 21:17 UTC

Last updated: Tuesday, February 28, 2017 23:44 UTC