Helping people with computers... one answer at a time.

I'm almost always looking for a few motivated, intelligent and hard working individuals (and who isn't?) to help grow Ask Leo! and make it even more successful.

All jobs are hourly, at rates that will be determined based on your demonstrated skills, abilities and reliability. While a minimum or initial pay rate might be specified, there's actually no ceiling - the more value you can add, the more valuable you become and pay would increase in proportion.

I must stress that honesty and reliability are key - should you be hired I'll need to be able to count on you and your abilities, or the position will quickly come to an end no matter how good you are in other respects. I've learned the hard way that if it appears that the job is not a fit it's best to move on quickly - not being able to count on you is definitely "not a fit".

For the most part, unless specified otherwise, I don't care where you live or what hours of the day you work as long as neither interfere with your ability to do the job.

I must point out that if a role calls for English writing skills (and most will), then you must meet that criterion.

Please note that you must follow any instructions presented and clearly demonstrate that you meet any criteria listed. If some instructions are vague ... well, that might well be on purpose. Applications that fail to follow instructions will simply be ignored, as properly following instructions is key to any job. If your application shows promise, someone will be in touch with the next steps in the application process.

It's my intention that all positions be exceptional opportunities for growth and education. If you're the ideal applicant you love to learn and will have ample opportunity to grow your skill set in areas related to technology and web publishing.

All positions require a non-disclosure agreement and a work-for-hire agreement. You are responsible for your own equipment and internet access. You must take appropriate steps to keep your computer and data secure, and of course you should backup appropriately.

Work for Leo to see the current list of positions.

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Leo Leo A. Notenboom has been playing with computers since he was required to take a programming class in 1976. An 18 year career as a programmer at Microsoft soon followed. After "retiring" in 2001, Leo started Ask Leo! in 2003 as a place for answers to common computer and technical questions. More about Leo.

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