Arabic Search Engine Evaluator Jobs In Sharjah | Centific

  • Full Time
  • Sharjah, UAE
  • 19000 AED / Month


Arabic Search Engine Evaluator Jobs In Sharjah | Centific

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At Oneforma, we are excited to announce a new long-term project called Milky Way! As a participant in this project, your role will be to evaluate the quality of queries made by internet users while navigating through different MAP applications. By participating in this project, you will contribute to the development and optimization of map and geo-localization applications, ultimately improving the accuracy and intuitiveness of maps in terms of location, search functions, and more!

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As an evaluator on our team, you will be part of a diverse and international community with members from all around the world. You will have the opportunity to work remotely and earn a steady and long-term income from the comfort of your own home.

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  • Native or Fluent Arabic Speaker: We are looking for individuals who have native or fluent proficiency in Arabic.
  • Based in UAE: You must currently be based in the UAE and have been living here for at least 5 years. This requirement ensures that our evaluators are familiar with local businesses, points of interest, colloquialisms, and more.
  • Availability: You should be available for at least 20 hours per week. The best part is, you have total flexibility in deciding when and where you work!
  • Fluent in English: As all guidelines and certifications will be in English, fluency in English is essential.

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