Working from home can be great for someone who’s self-motivated and performs well with little supervision. If you’ve been looking for the perfect way to maintain your current lifestyle, work flexible hours and still manage to bring home some money at the end of the day, a remote position could be the perfect opportunity for you.
A retailer called Alan’s Factory Outlet is hiring for one such position, and it offers $16 an hour as the starting rate. So, there’s even a chance you’ll make a good bit of money when you apply for something like this!
This job, specifically, is for a Customer Service Sales Representative role. You’ll be in charge of handling customers’ phone call and emails Monday – Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The job listing mentions that a quiet work environment is best. The ability to return and answer 60 to 100 calls and/or emails a day is best. So, this is definitely a position that will keep you on your toes.
Qualifications include three years customer service or sales experience, at least an associate’s degree, and characteristics such as trust worthiness, honesty and loyalty.
Interested? Of course you are! Here’s just a little bit of background about the company. Alan’s Factory Outlet has been providing storage solutions for over 13 years. Building, garage, car port, gazebo — they’ve got you covered. Literally. The family-owned company is based in Virginia (but, still, the position they are hiring for can be located anywhere).
You can apply for the position via the Indeed job posting. If they’re interested in pursuing you as a candidate you can expect several interviews via video and over the phone as well as online tests and a background check.
Up for the task? Head on over to Indeed to apply today! At the time of publication, the job was posted only nine days ago, so there’s still plenty of time to toss your name in the ring. Let’s get you a work from home job, shall we?
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[h/t: The Penny Hoarder]