International Remote Staff clients expect no less than the best from you

At you'll realize that being an independent contractor is as competitive as any other corporate jungle so you need to always be on top of your game. If you posses the work qualities listed below or if you think you have it inside you to explore, then offshore work is for you.


  • Highly Motivated
    You should be inspired and enthusiastic in doing and dealing with your work. You should like what you're doing or have a deep reason why you are doing it.
  • Fine-Tuned Organizational Skills
    Since no one will be there to check on you every second, you have to be able to check yourself. Check and list down all the tasks to be done, identify priorities and make note of task that has already been finished.
  • Knowledgeable and Familiar with different Software
    Being knowledgeable about a software is one thing, but we are looking for quick learners that are not afraid to try different software.
  • Self disciplined
    Working from home can be distracting with friends and family members coming in and out of the home. You need to manage your family and home during work hours. You have to inform your friends that you work from home and that you can't accept visitors during working hours.
  • Able to make independent decisions
    You should be confident enough to accept ownership of your tasks and results. If a decision is to be made, and you're capable of making that decision, then make it or be proactive and decide to contact the person who can make the decision. Don't sit around and wait.
  • Quick Study
    It's not about what you know it's more about how quickly you can learn and adapt that will make the biggest difference in your job.

  • Self-Starter
    You should be able to manage yourself and your workload without needing a manager behind you pushing you to do something all the time. Once a task is delegated to you, you should be able to use your resources and talents to deliver result.
  • Able to Multi-Task
    Often you may find your self doing a number of things, your ability to stop and start where you left off is vital.
  • Can Quickly Adapt to Changing Scenarios
    You should be able to adjust to new things. You should be the person who's open and willing to accept change. Be aware that we cannot avoid change or encountering new things wherever we are.
  • Capable of Troubleshooting basic problems
    Your ability to search online and resourcefulness in identifying problems will benefit you when it comes to solving problems.
  • Meets deadlines and works well under pressure
    Pressure is inevitable; keeping a cool head in these times helps you and the team to keep moving forward. As soon as you start blaming other people or things going wrong around you, you will find yourself slipping and affecting your time management ability. Keep focus on priorities and you will do well.