Xerox is Hiring Tons of Reps Across the U.S. (The Benefits are Awesome!)

Updated November 10, 2016
by Dana Sitar
Staff Writer
Customer service jobs

If you’re interested in working for Xerox, but missed out on its work-from-home positions, we’ve found more opportunities that might be a fit.

Xerox is hiring several customer care assistants for call centers across the U.S., including this seasonal position in Lexington, Kentucky. It promises Saturdays off and $13.75 an hour.

As a customer care assistant, you’ll support customers via phone or email, troubleshooting problems with existing services and recommending products to better serve their needs.

Requirements for Xerox’s Customer Service Jobs

You don’t need a degree to apply for this job, just a high school diploma or GED — plus stellar customer service skills and about six months’ in-person or over-the-phone customer service experience.

You’ll also need basic typing skills. Specific word-per-minute requirements vary depending on the client, but we’ve seen requirements around 25-30 WPM — which is doable as long as you’re not hunting and pecking.

Depending on your credentials, Xerox also has openings for a range of virtual jobs, including management, information security and recruiting.

Xerox Employee Benefits

Xerox’s full-time positions come with some great perks!

Several job listings note these employee benefits:

  • Medical, dental and vision coverage
  • Educational assistance
  • Paid time off
  • Company discounts at local restaurants and gyms, plus discounts on cell phone service, auto and travel, international theme parks and more

To apply: Find a position near you, and fill out your application online.

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Your Turn: Will you apply to work for Xerox?

Dana Sitar (@danasitar) is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder. She’s written for Huffington Post, Entrepreneur.com, Writer’s Digest and more, attempting humor wherever it’s allowed (and sometimes where it’s not).

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