Training is M-F for 7.5 hours a day and times will vary based on location. At my time of hire I got a list of schedules to choose from for post-training, but desirable hours are taken very quickly. It's unlikely you will get weekends off or one of the 9am-6pm slots. However, flexible scheduling, splits, and part-time are options. Expect to work more than you're scheduled in case you happen to get longer calls.
Very flexible and always worked one on one with schedule for the 2 week period
Working for afni it aswome but there was some flaws there as well people are somewhat always the problem when it comes to chat centers or any call center but the only thing i didnt like bale the company was they let me go after i had my baby i had a doctors not ststing that i needed 8 weeks instead of 6 and they couldnt allow that so they let me go
They are great 8-4:30
Stay away if you are a college student serious about finishing your degree. They tend to set up shop in college towns in hopes of attracting younger part-time employees and converting them into working for them full-time. If your schedule conflicts with theirs, they will not work with you unless they benefit. Work-life balance is also horrible; even at part-time hours, you'll be too exhausted mentally to do anything else outside of work.
Open 24 hours per day
Depends on the department you are in. Told to expect late nights when you first start and for earlier hours to become more available as you gain seniority but that doesn't seem to be true.