Looking for a home based scheduler position!

Anyone know who has an open position? I tried with a closer look but got denied for some reason. I've been shopping with them for years :-(. The only other ones I have found are not based at home and that's what I need. Thanks!

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Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 04/11/2018 11:56PM by eyespy.
Well eyespy, the OP probably already went through all that since they applied with ACL and got denied.
Good luck with that.

"There's so much trouble in this world; surrounded by miracles" - Citizen Cope
It wouldn't be my personal choice to be a scheduler, but I hated being an editor and being stuck at home is not my thing. Different people have different needs (small children, transportation issues, etc.).
I am not aware of any MSC looking for a scheduler but you may want to send an email to different MSCs and express your interest. Turnaround is high so you may get lucky. I would email to 10-15 companies and see what the response is. If nothing, email again next month or in two months.
Yeah, maybe she could replace a certain shady scheduler that has been discussed a lot on the forum lately!
@JASFLALMT wrote:

Yeah, maybe she could replace a certain shady scheduler that has been discussed a lot on the forum lately!

JASFLALMT, don’t get me started Lol

Sukilove, I get a lot of emails from schedulers at crazy hours, I would assume most of them work from home.
I inquired but got bo response from an MSC looking for one. I wanted to mnow how the pay is. I know Editors are paid per report so of course the more they review and more quicjky, the more $$ per hour for them. How does it go for schedulers? Is it an hourly pay or more a fee based position? Bonuses to book as many shops quickly as possible?
@Sukilove wrote:

You would be surprised. I’ve contacted 6 so far and they all are in offices.

Ok I see. Yes, I am surprised! I guess I assumed it would mostly home-based. I worked as a scheduler but my experience was not really great as I earned $70 for two months worth of work. I worked for the above mentioned company that has a funky way of scheduling shops and communicating with schedulers. My motivation went from 10 to 0 in a very short time lol but you should keep trying. I would contact 6 more companies, and 6 more. If you have motivation, you should try and see. Btw you should be paid by scheduled and conpleted shop. Good luck!
If you're over 80, you might try applying with Maritz ;-).

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You would have to live in Kansas since theirs are all in-house as well. I know you were being facetious iShop. I actually had a scheduler call me a few weeks ago from Maritz who sounded like she was in her 20s. I about fell down in shock.
@JASFLALMT wrote:

It wouldn't be my personal choice to be a scheduler, but I hated being an editor and being stuck at home is not my thing. Different people have different needs (small children, transportation issues, etc.).

I have done both. I preferred to schedule, since I didn't know how awful the reports were until later. Plus, I did not have to fix them. Editing was tough.
I think I’ve had some emails from Ann Michaels looking for schedulers. Can’t remember how recent but worth a try.
Amusement Advantage was looking to fill both positions recently. I applied for a scheduler position but did not get hired. Same for ACL. It's probably a good thing, as I think the editor position would fit my personality better.
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