This Fast-Growing Company is Hiring Part-Time Agents to Work From Home
Want to work for one of the nation’s fastest-growing companies?
Even better, you’ll get to create your own schedule — and work from home!
Here’s what you need to know…
How to Work Part Time for GLOBO
So, what the heck does the company do?
GLOBO helps people “communicate in almost any language with a comprehensive suite of translation & interpretation services, via one simple platform,” according to its Twitter profile.
Although I’d never heard of the company before, it has great reviews on Indeed: a 4.3/5 rating from nearly 200 people. It also made Inc.’s list of fastest-growing companies (we’re #32 on it)… so I thought this job was definitely worth sharing with you!
Right now, GLOBO’s hiring call center agents to work both during the day and overnight. You’ll take inbound calls, most of which will “involve connecting the caller with a telephone interpreter” through the company’s software platform.
To be eligible, you’ll need at least one year of experience in “customer-facing call center operations,” good writing skills and a “track record of quick problem solving and follow-through.”
Other requirements include strong customer service and organizational skills, a positive attitude, quick typing ability and rock-solid reliability.
The position pays approximately $10 per hour, GLOBO’s talent manager Katelyn O’Brien told me over the phone. She said the overnight position pays more, but didn’t reveal how much.
As a part-time call center agent, you’ll work fewer than 30 hours per week — on a schedule determined by you and GLOBO. Though the job is part time, O’Brien said there’s potential to move into a full-time position (with benefits) down the road.
In total, O’Brien estimates the company will hire five people. The deadline is rolling, so get your application in soon if you’d like to be considered!
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Susan Shain, senior writer for The Penny Hoarder, is always seeking adventure on a budget. Visit her blog at susanshain.com, or say hi on Twitter @susan_shain.