This Booze Delivery Startup is Hiring Work-From-Home Reps at $15/Hour

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It’s trivia night.

What’s the difference between pinot grigio and chardonnay? What the heck’s a hefeweizen? What’s “full-bodied” mean? Can wine really have hints of oak?

If you know a little something about alcohol, we found a job opening you can cheers to tonight.

Minibar Delivery is Hiring a Customer Experience Associate

Minibar Delivery is a mix of Uber and your favorite bar — without the nauseating ride home.

The alcohol delivery startup is genius (in my humble opinion) and drops wine, beer and/or liquor at your door in under an hour. Currently featured products include Stella Artois, Tito’s Handmade Vodka and Goose Island IPA.

The company’s growing, and it needs part-time, work-from-home customer experience associates.

This person should be so well-versed in alcohol that they can confidently answer customers’ beer, wine and spirits questions. They’ll also answer and process incoming customer service requests via emails and phone calls.

The Perks Of Working for Minibar

Don’t worry: You won’t be thrown to the sometimes-drunken wolves.

You’ll go through a five-day, paid training period. You’ll also be encouraged to shadow a senior team leader, according to Tristan Esteibar, Minibar’s director of customer experience.

Pay starts at $15/hour.

All of your work can be done from home, or you can work at Minibar’s headquarters if you live in New York City.

Are You Qualified to Work for Minibar?

As a customer experience associate, you’ll need to be able to work with and communicate with customers — no matter how unruly they might be.

On a technical side, you must be familiar and comfortable with Microsoft Excel.

You should also be flexible in your work schedule as some hours might be in the evenings and on weekends.

Oh, and you also need to be 21 years old.

If you hit all of these hot buttons, read more about the job and apply online.

In the meantime, keep singing Iggy’s “Let’s get drunk at the minibar” line because, yeah, that’s stuck in my head, too.

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Your Turn: What’s your favorite alcoholic beverage?

Carson Kohler (@CarsonKohler) is a junior writer at The Penny Hoarder.