We currently have a feed of tweets and RSS feeds that mention grants for UK schools. Your job will be to look through this feed and identify which tweets and RSS links are relevant. You will also be required to research the internet for other relevant grants that may not appear on our feed.
Once you've identified the relevant grants on the feed or internet you'll need to click the provided web links navigate to the corresponding website. You will then be responsible for copying the information from this website into the relevant fields on our database. You will be expected to edit the text you copy according to our guidelines which will be provided.
We will also proved training on how to use our twitter and RSS feed, what search terms to use when researching and how to enter the information into our database avoiding duplication. The content you've entered into our database will be reviewed by a member of our staff. If you become proficient in copying and amending content to our guidelines we will offer a further financial incentive to keep up the good work.
The right candidate for this role will have an excellent ability to research the internet, read websites, decipher information and transfer written content into our database. You must be able to read and write English at University standard.
6 freelancers are bidding on average £8/hour for this job
Hi There, I am smtechnology, I am an experience and reliable freelancer too who will do this project perfectly as per your project brief on 'Research grants for UK schools' which I read thoroughly. Thanks!
I am a native speaker with a University degree and extensive experience in writing, proofreading and editing both on and off line. I am capable of working to deadlines and believe I will succeed at this project.