Clark Fork Communications Review
Clark Fork Communications provides high quality, professional and confidential transcription, data processing and market research services to their international clients. The company provides these services with the help of hundreds of home-based workers across the United States.
Attention all researchers, editors and transcribers! If you’re in the market for an exciting and satisfying at-home opportunity with a solid, reputable company, Clark Fork Communications has exactly what you’re looking for! Continue reading to learn how easy it is to get started as an independent contractor.
Currently, Clark Fork Communications has openings in their transcription department for home-based corporate and legal transcriptionists. To qualify for this great opportunity, you must be at least 18 years old, a citizen of the United States and be currently living in the United States. While previous transcription, administrative or legal experience is recommended, it’s not required. There’s still opportunity for newcomers to start their careers at Clark Fork.
Remember, this opportunity involves working from home so this means that you’ll need to set up your own home office. The company’s technical specifications are pretty standard for their type of work. You’ll need a PC running Windows XP or higher, high speed Internet access, the Microsoft Office Series, a good quality headset and a digital foot pedal.
You may not have a foot pedal lying around the house. If not, you should certainly add it to your shopping list. Not only do all transcription positions require one, but it’s definitely worth the investment. They’re great little devices that enable you to work up to four times faster! This allows you to do more work in a day and earn more cash as a result. Sounds good to us!
When you’re ready to apply, put together a resume detailing your work history and experiences as well as a few references. Be sure to put this in the body of an email. The company states that attachments will not be opened. Your email should also address the following: any previous transcription experience, your hours of availability, place of residence and an explanation of why you’d make a great home-based transcriptionist. Once you’ve finished writing your email, send it over to firstname.lastname@example.org.
It won’t be long until you receive a response from Clark Fork. The company asks all applicants to complete an online transcription test. Once you complete and submit your assessment, it may take a couple weeks before they get back to you. Be patient and they’ll be in touch as soon as possible.
Once you’ve been brought on board, you’ll be asked to attend a few online training sessions to familiarize yourself with the company’s software and processes. Soon after that, you’ll be assigned a client and begin receiving a number of detailed transcription assignments. Make sure that you follow these directions closely and ensure that you have it complete by the time and date that is specified.