Drybar Is Hiring Part-Time Work-From-Home Virtual Receptionists

The beauty chain is hiring 30 new work-from-home receptionists.

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Have you ever heard of Drybar? If not, you have now. It’s an extremely popular blowout (a smoothing process done with hot tools that makes your hair look red-carpet ready) and blow-dry chain where you can get a glamorous style for any occasion.

And now, they want you (and 30 other people) to be a virtual receptionist who works from home. Helping people get gorgeous from your couch? Sounds good to us!

So, what does a virtual receptionist do? And why can you do it from home? Well, according to the company, your job will primarily be on the phone.

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Whether it’s answering calls from incoming customers who’d like to set up an appointment or soothing unhappy patrons (hopefully there won’t be too many of those), the virtual receptionist will be in charge.

You’ll need to have a computer at home and be able to knowledgeably discuss the treatments and procedures available at Drybar. You’ll also have to be comfortable on the phone (obviously) and have an energetic personality.

Now down to the nitty gritty: Drybar is hiring in 44 states (sorry, residents of Arkansas, California, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island or Washington, your states are excluded, but California/Oregon residents, check out this Vimeo opportunity).

You’ll be required to work 15 hours between Friday and Sunday each week, as those are the salon’s busiest days.

You can set your own hours, as long as you work 15 hours between the three days. You’ll be working through a call center that’s open from 7 a.m. to midnight on Fridays and Saturdays and from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Sundays, which means your hours are super flexible.

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