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This Remote Customer Service Job Pays $10.50/Hour (And Comes With Benefits)
It’s not often you find a work-from-home opportunity that offers good pay, health benefits AND paid training.
If you like the way that sounds and you’re in the market for customer service jobs, keep reading — because we found that job for you.
Companies go to Granada for outsourced services such as customer support, client acquisition, data management and technical support. As a remote customer service agent for Granada, you’ll provide support to these clients regarding their accounts.
Applicants should have previous call center experience and a good attitude, because no one likes calling customer service only to get a grump on the line.
Qualified candidates should expect a pre-screening process and a webcam interview. If you get a job offer, you will then receive paid, live-web training.
Granada’s call center hours of operation are 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. CST on Monday through Thursday, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. CST on Friday and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. CST on Saturday. That means no working on Sundays! *cue hands in the air emoji*
If you live in one of the hiring states and want to snag this work-from-home job, check out the requirements below.
And if this doesn’t really sound like your thing, no worries. You can check out our Jobs page on Facebook for other work-from-home opportunities.
Remote Customer Service Agent at Granada
Pay: $10.50 per hour, with incentive opportunities
- Answering inbound calls for clients
- Calling clients for follow-ups
Applicants for this position must have:
- At least one year of call center experience
- At least two years of customer service experience
- An understanding of performance-based metrics
- Computer proficiency
- A home work space free from distraction
- A computer that meets Granada’s system requirements
- Paid training
- Medical, vision, dental and life insurance for full-time employees
Apply here for the customer service jobs at Granada. Be sure to choose your state from the list.
Kaitlyn Blount is a junior staff writer at The Penny Hoarder.