The Gap is Hiring People to Work From Home — and Perks Include Discounts!

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Editor’s Note: This work-from-home job is no longer available.

If you’re into the idea of fashion and clothes but don’t actually want to get dressed every day to leave your house for work, you’re in luck.

The Gap Inc. is currently looking for work-from-home Customer Service Consultants to fill both full-time and part-time roles.

The Deets on These Work-From-Home Jobs

As a Customer Service Consultant at the Gap, you’ll be tasked with delivering exceptional customer service and first-call resolution to customers via phone.

You’ll act as a customer advocate, and should be able to troubleshoot, research and resolve customer concerns by utilizing a variety of resources.

You should be able to demonstrate professionalism, patience, courtesy and tact, and be able to de-escalate conflicts using empathy and problem-solving skills. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are a must, as is general computer literacy, including instant messaging and Microsoft Office tools.

You should have a high school diploma or GED equivalent and a minimum of six months’ customer service experience. Bilingual skills are a plus!

The Perks of Working for the Gap

The listing notes that employees enjoy a discount of up to 50% at Gap, Banana Republic & Old Navy and 25% at Athleta. (Just make sure your entire paycheck isn’t ending up on hangers in your closet.)

There’s no word yet on pay or additional benefits for this role, but we’ve reached out to the company and will update this post when we find out more details.

If you’re interested in becoming a Customer Service Consultant at the Gap, Inc., go here to check out the original job listing and find out more information.

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Grace Schweizer is a junior writer at The Penny Hoarder. She had to quit her first (and only) retail job because her shoe collection was growing as fast as her paychecks were disappearing.