Posting ID : A1068526099
Date Posted : 2015-08-19
Category : Admin Office
A full time notary (9 am to 5:30 pm) is needed to notarize a steady stream of documents.
Attention to detail, reliability, and punctuality are very important, as our client relies on all documents to be handled with profestionalsm and efficiency.
You will have your own desk, and will have people coming to you throughout the day with multiple documents to sign. Some documents are urgent and will need to be co-signed, requiriung prompt attention to get them signed properly handled quickly.
While you will be quite busy during peak times, you will have some downtime throughout the day, and would be welcome to read a book or newspaper. As long as you are focused and on task when duty calls, you should find the situation not too stressful. The office has a casual but neat attire dress code.
Some light admin duties, such as filing and scanning related to the documents you notarize. You need to be organized and able be able to keep up with the work flow.
Flexibility if you need time off - ideal for those that have seasonable needs other jobs - we just ask you give us plenty of advanced notice
Pre-Tax Metrocard - Up to $ 130 monthly of your pre tax pay can be used for public transportation
Professional Notary Insurance - to protect you when you notarize work related documents
Opportunity to make extra money for special assignments working as a mobile notary, in addition to your steady full time position.
To be considered for this position, you must:
1) Be a commissioned notary public in the State of New York
2) Include the words "NYC NOTARY" in the subject line of your email - we want to see that you pay attention to details
3) Have a notary stamp. Ideally, a notary seal (embosser) too.
4) Send us a resume or CV. If you don't have one, your email/cover letter should provide information on any relevant work or educational experience.
5) Include a cover letter. The cover letter can be in your email reply, or as a separate document.
6) Have a mobile phone.
7) Be able to legally work in the United States.