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Karl Miller Realty, LLC

  • Company Location: 7700 Timberlake Rd, Lynchburg, VA 24502, United States
  • Company
  • Company
  • Contact info: 423-352‑7844
  • Job Type:. Part-Time/ Internship
  • Job Title:. Office Assistant/Clerk

Job description: We need a highly motivated and organized individual to help facilitate the everyday duties of a real estate, as a part-time Office Assistant. The hours are 15 to 20hrs weekly and the compensation is $18/20 per hour.

Duties include, but aren’t limited to:

  • Communication. You can listen and say information clearly when you speak or write
  • Handling incoming phone calls.
  • Updating paperwork and other documents.
  • Strong sales, negotiation, and communication skills.
  • Performing other general office clerk duties and errands.

Job functions: You will be working Remotely, and independently most days, with the ability to initiate the follow-through for task completion.

Highly Organized and Detail Oriented- The ability to organize your workflow and prioritize according. Ability to work independently combined with excellent interpersonal skills.

Interested candidates should forward their resume and cover letter to: (

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