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PAVA – Start Up
**Not sure if they went under within their first year or what. I cannot seem to connect to their site anymore.
The virtual assistant resource page on my site is very popular — so I realize this is something my readers are interested in and I am always looking to add more too it. Today while researching job leads for the job board, I came across a new virtual assistant hiring site and wanted to pass it along to you ASAP.
PAVA or Premier Assist Virtual Assisting
One of the new virtual assistant resource companies on the scene — they are making themselves known! Clients are enjoying PAVA’s push to make their virtual assistant service more personal. Clients love that. PAVA also requires their assistants to have college educations — which for many needing an assistant, is an important factor.
Do They Pay Well? Are There Requirement?
There pay reportedly starts at $10 an hour. This is nice! Many companies are not starting their assistants out at this high a rate. As well, assistants must live in the United States and as I mentioned, have college educations.
But there are some great perks and benefits with PAVA that might interest you if this is the type of work you’ve done in the past or are wanting to do in the future. The offer weekend and holiday pay. They even over over-time pay differentials! Their site mentions a pay increase after 12 months too. And there is no cost to assistants that work for them.
The best part, in my opinion is that you can set your hours. It’s one of the most flexible jobs I’ve come across in the work at home category. Flexibility is a must for most of us.
What is There Hiring Process?
It’s pretty straight forward. You’ll need to register/apply and then you’ll proceed to a preliminary interview. If all goes well — you’re put into the pool of qualified assistants and PAVA will begin the match up process and notify you via email or phone when they find good matches for your particular skills/profile.
So there you have it. They are new, but they are eager to compete in the market of virtual assistants. They are certainly work a try if this is the type of work you’re interested in. Because they are fairly new, it’s a good time to jump in and throw your hate in the ring!
Here is a link to their site for more info and to apply.