Fair Play Proctor

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About Us

Chess.com is one of the largest gaming sites in the world and the #1 platform for playing, learning, and enjoying chess.

We are a team of 375+ fully remote people in 45+ countries working hard to serve the global chess community. We are also growing fast, with more than 80 million players and a large base of happy premium members.

We are a tech company. A gaming company. A content company. And we do it all with passion and commitment to the game. Above all we prize our mission-driven, flat, life-celebrating, no-corporate culture, and we look forward to meeting you and learning more about what you can bring to the team.

About You

If you’re a confident communicator with a passion for fair play, an interest in competitive chess, and the ability to focus and remain observant for the duration of a tournament, you could be the person we’re looking for!

What you’ll do

  • Ensure that players’ cameras are set up correctly and accurately, so that they’re clearly visible
  • Perform other checks to ensure players are not receiving any outside assistance
  • Monitor players’ cameras to ensure fair play rules are being adhered to at all times
  • Maintain contact with players to hold them to our fair play rules and regulations (for example, making sure players (re)join Zoom calls, remove headphones, switch their cameras back on, etc.)
  • Communicate clearly and with empathy across linguistic and cultural barriers, making sure your message is conveyed with confidence and persuasion
  • Be observant and aware of (or willing to learn quickly about) technologies related to fair play

Preferred Skills

  • You are a strong communicator
  • You have an understanding of Chess and Chess tournaments
  • You can be assertive and respectful
  • You are empathetic towards other cultures
  • You have familiarity with Zoom and Video calls

About the Opportunity

  • This is a part-time, contract position
  • We are 100% remote (work from anywhere!)



You can learn more about us here:

https://www.chess.com/blog/erik/how-chess-com-s-100-person-virtual-team-works-together

https://www.chess.com/about

We look forward to meeting you!