Mobile Notary / Flexible Hours / Work At Home / Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin
Certified Mobile Notary Service (https://certifiedmobilenotaryservice.com)
is now seeking someone to fill the position of a Mobile Notary to work in
the U.S. only. Please call us to consult at 405 568 7539.
ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES:
Accurately read and follow the release instructions in your clients’
Properly sign/stamp title documents and match/attach all other
Notify the supervisor/lead of any exception issues or questions.
Assist others as necessary.
HS diploma or GED. Some college experience is preferred.
0-2 years of Notary public experience.
Able to work under minimal supervision.
Introductory knowledge of subject matter is preferred.
Ability to type 35/+ WPM.
Excellent time management skills and organizational skills.
Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work well with people
throughout the organization.
Willingness to maintain a professional appearance and provide a
positive company image.
Must be able to work non-traditional shifts which meet the needs of
the team and company.
Ability to perform under minimal supervision and meet expected
Willingness to adhere to company policies and rules.
Pass the training course.
JOB REQUIREMENTS: Computer, Internet, and a home office set-up.
COMPENSATION: $125.00-$200.00 per loan signing appointment
• Contract work
• Flexible schedule
SIGN UP TODAY IF YOU WANT TO GET MOBILE NOTARY SIGNING JOBS!
To find out more about being a Notary Signing Agent and the packages that
we offer Mobile Notary Signing Agents, click the link below.
Please give us a call to speak with a live notary specialist at (405) 568-
7539 or click the link above if you would like to discuss the notary
marketing options, schedule a booking, and/or get help with getting
started with your notary signing services.
To expedite your registration submission, you can simply register online by
selecting the right options on your application that you are seeking for your
Please reference agent ID CMNSBeckyW whenever you call or sign up on your
Notarize loan signing documents.