Here are some really great remote jobs that you should definitely apply for

There a number of remote jobs available right now.

Are you on the lookout for an exciting new role at the moment? Are you also hoping to have the luxury of doing that exciting role from the comfort of your own home (or anywhere, really – we’re thinking maybe a beach somewhere when the Coronavirus pandemic is over)? 

Well then remote work might be the perfect scenario you, and if so, you’re in luck. At the moment on Jobbio, we have a number of brilliant remote jobs crying out for incredible talent! 

We’ve done a round up of some of the most exciting remote jobs available at the moment, so get applying, and get ready to start the next phase of your life.

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Consultant, Veeva.

The role as a Consultant in the Veeva Systems Professional Services group, you will have a unique level of agency and ownership in the delivery of projects, to a wide range of Life Sciences clients. You will have progressive responsibilities for analysis, design, configuration, and testing of the application with small, effective project teams. You will collaborate with a variety of customers, vendors, and Veeva colleagues while delivering high-quality solutions to drive Customer success. This is a customer facing role including travel for project milestones.

DP Specialist, Redlaw Recruitment.

A leading London law firm are looking to recruit a full-time remote document production specialist. You will be producing and formatting documents, emails and other correspondence with pinpoint accuracy. You will produce and amend lengthy and complex business critical documents with speed and accuracy while maintaining and updating entries on the document logging system. 

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Product Owner, Creativepool.

In this position, you will be responsible for delivering great new features to Numbrs users. You will be in charge of one of the pillars of the Numbrs app. Your job will be to learn everything about this domain, collect all the requirements from stakeholders, customers and the market and then build an effective product backlog. You will constantly work with UX and UI designers to translate new features from vision to detailed user stories and you will work with the engineering team to deliver the user stories on time and in the highest quality.

UI/UX Designer, Axonista.

This role is full time and either based at the Dublin headquarters or remotely from one of the following countries: Ireland, Spain or Croatia.

You are resourceful, self organising, empathic and you create good energy and enthusiasm in others. An outstanding communicator, you believe in close collaboration, sharing knowledge and learning from your peers. Open-minded and curious, you see problems as opportunities to create and build. 

Author Rebecca O'Keeffe

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