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Cartoonist – January 29, 2013

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Love to doodle and make cartoons for your kids? You can make a career out of it without leaving the comfort of your own home.

AB Split Testers is currently looking for a full time cartoonist to join their ranks. Applicants must have 2-5 years experience as a cartoonist, a  keen eye for details, excellent free hand and adobe creative skills (must be able to create vector based images), and must have the ability to work under pressure to meet deadlines.

Cartoons from Bob Stein - Future of the Book

Cartoons from Bob Stein – Future of the Book (Photo credit: Annie Mole)

The accepted applicant will have the following responsibilities:

  • Sketches and submits cartoon or animation for approval.
  • Develops personal ideas for cartoons, comic strips, or animations, or reads written material to develop ideas.
  • Makes changes and corrections as necessary and finishes drawing.

For interested applicants, you can email them here with the following details.

  1. Samples of cartoon work you have done in the past
  2. Your expected monthly wage
  3. Your availability and Flexibility (what hours you can work)
  4. Your Skype ID
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Author: Julia Jasmine Sta Romana

I'm a writer, enterprise development trainer, activist, full-time mom and part-time superhero. Currently working as 1) VA/content development for Onlinejobs.ph 2) contributor for GMA News Online and Mindanation. 3) internet right activist for Dakila.ph 4) trainer in training for ADFEC 5) co-founder of the Davao Virtual Assistants Association. I like to write about science and technology, parenting, food, society and my advocacy. On my free time I will be found * in school, taking my MBA, * scheming with my sisters on how we can save the world on our free time (Powerpuff!), * playing with our family dogs, * finding the easiest (laziest) way to do chores, and * cheering my daughter as she practices playing her trumpet, off key

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