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Old May 8th 2019, 07:35 AM   #1
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Work Remotely for Ducati Omaha!

If you're looking for a side gig to make a few extra bucks to buy cool stuff for your bike, this might be YOUR opportunity!

My helper who I had adding products to our web site the past few years is not going to be available to do it any more due to a new full-time gig he landed. So I have an opportunity for someone who LOVES Ducati Superbikes and is in tune with all of the latest upgrades available for them. This is all computer work, so it can be done from anywhere, but it does need to be a U.S.-based person for tax purposes.

Qualifications:
1) IT Experience - Preferably a programmer (my former life also) or other person who "gets it" when it comes to e-commerce database parameters and cataloging without needing excessive explanations or training. If you've maintained your own web site before, or something along those lines, that would be great. If you've worked with SHOPIFY or similar e-commerce sites before, consider yourself a front runner!

2) Free Time - Need someone who can spend a few hours here and there whenever new products come out that need to be added to our web site. This would all be remote work on your time frame. The better and more valuable you prove to be at it, the more things I can throw your way.

If you're qualified and interested, shoot me a PM with how many hours a week you think you'd have available, and your background that makes you qualified for this.

Thanks guys!
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Old May 8th 2019, 02:41 PM   #2
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Time I've got plenty of. Programming/IT work experience, I've got none of lol. Darn.
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Old May 8th 2019, 03:14 PM   #3
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Time I've got plenty of. Programming/IT work experience, I've got none of lol. Darn.
I have the exact opposite problem. Lol.
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Old May 8th 2019, 05:49 PM   #4
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I have neither, but i’m motivated.

Problem is, my current gig has some sort of exclusivity deal...
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Old May 8th 2019, 06:27 PM   #5
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I'm not really liking the "Can't Do" attitudes here!
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Old May 8th 2019, 06:56 PM   #6
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I never said i cant do.

I'd be more than willing to learn n preoccupy some time (20+ hours per week) if I could be taught some basics to do the job. Maybe even skype type of training. I'm highly motivated for sure. If you're willing to work with me, I want the job!
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Old May 9th 2019, 07:29 AM   #7
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I never said i cant do.

I'd be more than willing to learn n preoccupy some time (20+ hours per week) if I could be taught some basics to do the job. Maybe even skype type of training. I'm highly motivated for sure. If you're willing to work with me, I want the job!
Unfortunately this is not the type of deal where ground-up training can be offered, some level of experience with web site maintenance, e-commerce, etc. is required for it to work efficiently. I just don't have the time to do all of the work myself, which means I also don't have the time to do the training.
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Old May 9th 2019, 02:04 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by jarelj View Post
If you're looking for a side gig to make a few extra bucks to buy cool stuff for your bike, this might be YOUR opportunity!

My helper who I had adding products to our web site the past few years is not going to be available to do it any more due to a new full-time gig he landed. So I have an opportunity for someone who LOVES Ducati Superbikes and is in tune with all of the latest upgrades available for them. This is all computer work, so it can be done from anywhere, but it does need to be a U.S.-based person for tax purposes.

Qualifications:
1) IT Experience - Preferably a programmer (my former life also) or other person who "gets it" when it comes to e-commerce database parameters and cataloging without needing excessive explanations or training. If you've maintained your own web site before, or something along those lines, that would be great. If you've worked with SHOPIFY or similar e-commerce sites before, consider yourself a front runner!

2) Free Time - Need someone who can spend a few hours here and there whenever new products come out that need to be added to our web site. This would all be remote work on your time frame. The better and more valuable you prove to be at it, the more things I can throw your way.

If you're qualified and interested, shoot me a PM with how many hours a week you think you'd have available, and your background that makes you qualified for this.

Thanks guys!
Jarel, pretty cool that you're offering it on this forum for the members. I wish I was retired from the military life so I can do job like this. lol
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Old May 10th 2019, 04:28 AM   #9
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Jarel, pretty cool that you're offering it on this forum for the members. I wish I was retired from the military life so I can do job like this. lol
Somone on here would be perfect for it because you're all Superbike owners who are engaged in keeping up with the latest accessories that are available for the bikes!
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