Now Hiring: 5 Companies Looking for Work-From-Home Reps (Benefits are A+)

Updated January 3, 2017
by Carson Kohler
Junior Writer
Remote customer service jobs

Wouldn’t it be nice to check off a New Year’s resolution before January 1?

You’d eliminate a huge cloud of pressure and receive the satisfaction of checking off a task from your list — my favorite. Plus, you can deliver the good news to your prying aunts and uncles at the dinner table.

And major bonus? You won’t have to return to the office in 2017. Rather, you’ll be working from the coziness of your home.

5 Work-From-Home Customer Service Jobs Open Right Now

Make a list and check it twice. You’re going to want to apply to these work-from-home jobs before the clock strikes midnight on New Year’s Eve.

1. BoldLeads is Hiring a Customer Success Champion

BoldLeads creates software that connects real estate agents with homeowners who are looking to sell. It needs a customer success champion who will work with clients via phone calls to help them use the software efficiently and effectively.

You’ll also be the bearer of good news by gathering success stories and best practices. You’ll hopefully increase client renewal rates.

To succeed? You’ve got to be outgoing and full of energy; you need some written and verbal communication skills; and you should have at least a year of customer success/support experience. You also need some understanding of real estate.

Most importantly, you must reside in Arizona to be qualified.

The pay is $18 an hour, and the job listing says you’ll get some benefits.

For more information, visit We Work Remotely. You can apply for the job at applicants@boldleads.com — but read the directions first.

2. Dyson is Hiring a Customer Experience Specialist

Yup, it’s Dyson — like the vacuum.

The big brand needs an online advisor to assist in the customer service realm. Your main jobs include providing online customer service via email and live chat, monitoring social media for actionable content and questions and filling in other areas as needed.

You need a high school diploma and a minimum of two years in customer service. Plus, a year or more of experience in online customer service would be nice. You should also be social media savvy.

Pay has been deemed “confidential” on its site, so read about all the qualifications then apply. And inquire about pay. Maybe even negotiate.

3. InVision is Hiring a Customer Success Manager

We wrote about this company in another work-from-home round-up when it was seeking an agent. Now, it needs a customer success manager.

InVision describes itself as a design collaboration platform (that doesn’t require a single line of code — score!). More than 2 million designers, product managers and marketers use its product, including big names like Twitter, Uber and Evernote.

It was also voted one of Glassdoor’s best places to work in 2017.

As its customer success manager, you’re in charge of helping people utilize the InVision platform by showcasing best practices and engaging with the design community.

You need design experience. You should know your way around Photoshop and Sketch, for example. You should also be experienced with InVision and other prototyping tools.

The salary is competitive and the benefits are nice: stock options, premium health coverage, a Macbook Pro, membership at a health club of your choice, unlimited books from Amazon, unlimited Starbucks card (?!) and half-day Fridays.

Read all the information on InVision’s Workable page. Qualified? Apply, and start sippin’ that sweet Starbucks sooner than later.

4. Part My Ride is Hiring an Operations Generalist/Customer Champion

Are you a gearhead? Even if you’re not, this seems like a pretty sleek work-from-home gig.

Part My Ride is a startup automotive company that sells used auto parts online. Right now, it needs a “high-level, strategic thinker and problem solver” to jump in as a customer champion.

Your job will include handling phone calls, chats and emails; processing orders; following up with customers; and anything else that might pop up.

You’d work full time, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Central or Mountain Time. I reached out about pay, so I’ll update this if I hear back.

Interested? Find more information at Remote OK, and email your resume along to jobs@partmyride.com.

5. Tapingo is Hiring a Support Associate

Tapingo delivers food on college campuses in the U.S. and Canada, but now it’s looking to expand and is on a mass hiring spree.

As a work-from-home support associate, you’ll resolve customer issues, operate the company’s management system and generate recurring reports — to name a few responsibilities. You ought to be a self-starter who can handle customer complaints gracefully.

Oh, and you’ll work alongside some insanely awesome people like an astrophysicist, a world-champion swimmer and an ex-Google mate. No pressure, though.

The salary is deemed “competitive,” and the benefits seem incredible: stock; Apple or PC equipment; paid time off; medical, dental and vision insurance; and life insurance and disability benefits.

Take a look at all the fun stuff on its website and apply there!

Your Turn: What are your New Year’s resolutions?

Carson Kohler (@CarsonKohler) is a junior writer at The Penny Hoarder. After recently completing graduate school, she focuses on saving money — and surviving the move back in with her parents.

by Carson Kohler
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