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Jhon Isles
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2 months ago

Cuando se trata de salir adelante y tienes la voluntad de ganar, vamos a llamarlo gran potencial de carrera! Imagine being able to get answers to your health plan questions from someone who speaks the same language as you do. Or, the opposite, not being able to get the answers. At UnitedHealth Group, we want our customers to get those answers by speaking to one of our Bilingual Representatives. If you’re fluent in English and Spanish, we can show you how to put all of your skills, your passions and your energy to work in a fast – growing environment. 

At UnitedHealthcare, we’re simplifying the health care experience, creating healthier communities, and removing barriers to quality care. The work you do here impacts the lives of millions of people for the better. Come build the health care system of tomorrow, making it more responsive, affordable, and equitable. Ready to make a difference? Join us and start doing your life’s best work.SM

Nevada Residents Only: The hourly range for Nevada residents is $16.54 – $32.55 per hour. Pay is based on several factors including but not limited to education, work experience, certifications, etc. In addition to your salary, UnitedHealth Group offers benefits such as, a comprehensive benefits package, incentive and recognition programs, equity stock purchase and 401k contribution (all benefits are subject to eligibility requirements). No matter where or when you begin a career with UnitedHealth Group, you’ll find a far-reaching choice of benefits and incentives.

Apply today! - https://uhg.hr/BIlingualSpanishLasVegas

#jobsearch #hiring #unitedhealthgroup #hiringnews #interview #resume #motivation #bilingual #spanish

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Sally Molina
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Me pasa mucho que al final de la semana hablo lo que he bautizado como 'broken English'. Mi cerebro se cansa de pensar en inglés/traducir/entender... ¿Te pasa? It happens to me a lot: I'm bilingual, but at the end of my work week, my brain is exhausted, and I speak "broken English." Sometimes, managers are out of patience too... bad combination. #question #bilingual #Latinx #English #advice #Español

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Tactical Arm Response at Mjayeli Security

I am available you can let me know

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@Sally Molina Hello Sally, some advice that’s helped me with this is to watch a movie or show that you’re familiar with in the language you’re hoping to learn with subtitles on at first and then eventually omitting the subtitles. This isn’t a full proof teaching method but can help to reinforce what you’ve already learned, hope this helps. 👍🏼

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Sally Molina
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Siempre he pensado que por más "mal" que hablemos el inglés, hacemos más que el que habla solo 1 idioma. No sientas nunca vergüenza de tu acento o no ser completamente bilingüe. ¡Sigue adelante, sigue practicando y aprendiendo!

https://www.linkedin.com/posts/ted-conferences_the-benefits-of-a-bilingual-brain-activity-7049802959672528896-kbIC

#motivation #advice #bilingual #DosIdiomas #Latinos #Latinas #Unidos

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dustin charles
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over 6 months ago

I am currently fielding a lot more responses to my resume than I had anticipated. But in my field, with my education and experience, it makes a lot of sense for me to be able to find remote work (software/engineering).

My neighbor has asked repeatedly for help in finding her work that she can do from home. She is a single mother of a child not quite old enough to stay at home. Her work experience comes almost exclusively from an on-site role with the Salvation Army.

I did make an attempt to receive alerts for something that matches her hospitality/general experience, but what does reach me through those alerts feels sketchy.

Is there really anything out there? Have companies really started moving away from call centers, for example, or would looking for something of that nature be a fool's endeavor, even now?

It seems unlikely, from my point of view, if one is not skilled in tech or is not a HIPAA-certified clerical worker who already has ties to some healthcare organization, or something along those lines. I hope for my neighbor's sake that I'm just too into my field to know what opportunities are opening up outside of it, so I'm reaching out to ask.

Thanks for your time/responses. #workfromhome #jobsearch #advice #bilingual

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Katie Garcia
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Bank Call centers LOVE bi-lingual employees. Usually get more $

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Telework

Yes/Si' but you have to work your fingers to the bone.

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Yessenia Ballesteros
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This is probably going to sound more like a venting post but I promise it is not that. I have come so close to being hired by a couple of interpreting companies, interview goes great, language assessments, great, and once we get to the actual start date, I am ghosted by the hiring manager. I got an “As soon as I have an official start date, I will reach out and let you know.” And then nothing. I wish I had closure, because both times have seemed so promising. A simple text or email just letting me know it wasn’t going to work out or someone fit the job better. The fact I haven’t heard back keep me hopeful that maybe I’ll get an answer but the realist in me knows enough time has gone by and I need to continue my search. My family and I lost our home, due to the increase in rent everywhere. We are having to live separately at the moment and it’s been very difficult for us an our children. However, without a second income there is no way we are going to be able to afford to rent a place together again. I am bilingual in English and Spanish, have over 8 years experience in customer service. I’ve worked call centers, medical offices, pharmacies, etc. I consider myself to be a great asset to any company, I am friendly, a fast learner and really hopeful that someone might give me the opportunity to prove that. I am seeking a job from home as I have two kids and can not afford child care under my current situation. My resume is available upon request. Any pointers? Some guidance in the right direction? Any and all help is greatly appreciated.

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Here's a customer service / call center positions for "Public and Enterprise Health Associate". These are temporary/contract remote positions. Bilingual English/Spanish language proficiency is required.

The Company

Vault Health has been at the forefront of men’s health and when the COVID-19 hit our country our leaders knew they needed to act fast to help. By partnering with RUCDR Infinite Biologics (now Infinity Biologix) and Spectrum Solutions, Vault was able to provide the first FDA authorized saliva-based test for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, to our communities. Our test is a physician ordered and reported saliva-based test, which has the same accuracy as swab-based tests. We offer both virtual and onsite tests to our patients.

Job Summary

  • 100% Remote/work from home opportunity (you can be located anywhere within US)

  • 5 openings

  • Start Date: 01/10/22 to 04/09/22 (or longer)

  • Contract length: 2-6 months

  • Pay rate: DOE ( depends upon experience)

About the Role: We're looking for a Public and Enterprise Health Associate who is excited to connect with current and prospective customers and to deliver exceptional service. In this role, you will think on your feet to devise creative solutions to problems that arise or escalate, as appropriate. You will field calls and messages from customers and work with various teams including operations, medical teams, and vendors to provide an incredible end-to-end customer experience.

Job Requirements

•Bachelor's degree or higher is required

•1 - 3 yrs Call Center or Contact Center work experience (0 to 1 year related internship experience will be considered)

•1-3 years experience in a Customer Service (CS) or Health Associate role

•Bi-lingual in English and Spanish required

• Excellent communication skills ( listening, empathy, kindness) to interact with consumers

• Flexibility to work evenings, weekends, holidays as needed

•Full Covid19 vaccination

• Applicants must be already authorized to work in the US for any employer

To Apply: Send an updated resume to me asap at: christd@mustardseedcareers.com. Job Reference: REL-PH5-CSR

#workfromhome #jobsearch #callcenter #customerservicejobs #healthcare #hiring #bilingual

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natalia jacobo
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over 6 months ago

mi problema es que no tengo conocifiento del lenguaje en ingles. #bilingual

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Enrique Cuevas
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over 6 months ago

¿Podran conseguirme una Visa para trabajar con ustedes? #bilingual

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