I just recently received an email from Collin Brown from IRI ISG, Inc to explain the nature of this home based opportunity as a field service rep . This is not a traditional work at home job but it can be classified as part of their deployed or distributed workforce positions. If you have children at school or you stay at home and wouldn’t mind driving to stores near or around your residence, you may want to consider looking into this field. You can work a flexible schedule and be back home before the kids arrive from school. The job entails some data collection from multiple stores in geographical locations where some traveling may be involved. This company does have an immediate need for field reps to work for their company. If you are
interested in working as a part time Field Service Rep, please read the job description below and scroll down to apply online.
IRI ISG, Inc. is looking for people to join our national Field Service Representative Team. The Part Time Field Service Representative (FSR) collects consumer product data by scanning UPC codes from a variety of retail stores (grocery, convenience, drug, and mass merchandise stores) within an assigned geographic territory which is setup by city, state and zip code.
What will I do as a Field Service Representative and what does IRI ISG, Inc. offer?
The Field Service Representative scans bar code data located in store displays, shelf observations, feature ads, and promotional conditions.
IRI ISG, Inc. offers a reasonably flexible schedule and competitive hourly compensation which gives you the potential to earn more money depending on your efficiency and productivity. We also offer travel pay in accordance to IRI’s specifications along with a 401K plan and other benefits.
What are the responsibilities of a Field Service Representative?
Work hours range from 5-15 hours a week, depending on weekly projects
Use of IRI’s collection equipment (MONet device)
Answer survey questions about store conditions, activities, product displays and product counts
Accountability for your assigned MONet device and perform basic maintenance
Enter accurate timekeeping data on the MONet timesheet
Communicate schedule changes in a timely manner to your Field Manager
Some flexibility within established guidelines to set your own schedule to service stores (generally weekdays)
Effectively perform projects within deadlines and be detailed orientated
Demonstrate a willingness to cover open additional tasks as assigned
Field Service Representatives may be asked occasionally to participate in peer training
What are the qualifications for a Field Service Representative?
In addition to the above skills set, the ideal candidate must possess the following:
Reliable vehicle with proof of liability auto insurance (100/300) and a valid driver’s license
Ability to lift up to 25 lbs., reach up to 6 feet, and to bend/ stretch/ stoop and stand up to 5 hours
Ability to perform repetitive scanning operations while wearing a MONet device
Daily access to a landline phone line, digital phone line, or wireless internet connection to upload data from the MONet device. Also, candidates must own a personal home PC with internet connection and email capabilities
Basic understanding of computers including Microsoft windows
Professionalism in appearance and attitude
Strong verbal, written, communication, and comprehension skills
High school education or GED preferred
Experience involving data collection in a retail environment is a plus but not required
All interested candidates should apply online at: http://www.iriworldwide.com/Careers/PartTimeFieldServiceRepresentatives/tabid/94/Default.aspx