6 Work-From-Home Jobs Open Right Now (and They’re Not All Customer Service)

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These days, it seems like everyone wants (or needs!) to work from home for one reason or another.

Maybe you want to spend more time with your kids, maybe the traditional office environment doesn’t work for you or maybe you’re retired and just want a little supplemental income.

Whatever the reasoning, we here at The Penny Hoarder believe everyone should have the opportunity to make their life what they want it to be, and a work-from-home job could be the first step in that process.

Today, we’ve found six different work-from-home jobs for you to check out, and with everything from accounting to transcribing, there should be something for everyone!

And if you’re looking for an awesome work-from-home opportunity but none of these seem to fit the bill, be sure to like our Jobs page on Facebook. We share all kinds of interesting work-from-home job opportunities there!

6 Different Work-From-Home Jobs to Apply For Today

Check out these six work-from-home job opportunities to see if one of them is right for you.

1. Medical Intake Coordinator at HealthCare Strategies, Inc.

HealthCare Strategies, Inc. is a health-care management service and technology platform for self-insured businesses.

The company is currently looking for a temporary, full-time medical intake coordinator to facilitate requests for medical services and benefit plans.

As a medical intake coordinator, you’ll answer and document calls, resolving client questions and communicating outcomes to the proper medical professional when necessary. During these calls, you’ll determine if authorization is required for requested services, collect caller demographics, provide education and technical support and refer callers to applicable company products.

You should have strong written and verbal communication skills, demonstrated problem-solving and multitasking abilities, strong computer skills and the ability to counsel members based on policies, procedures and plans.

Experience in a health-care setting and/or a call center environment is preferred, as is a knowledge of medical terminology.

This is a full-time, Monday-to-Friday position lasting from mid-August through December.

Pay and benefits for this position are not listed, but we’ve reached out to the company and will update this post when we hear back.

To apply for this job, go here.

2. Customer Service Representative at Talk2Rep

Talk2Rep is a call center and customer contact organization.

The company is currently looking for a customer service representative to be the go-between for customers and the businesses that Talk2Rep represents.

You’ll answer customer questions and resolve problems, research and explore solutions and escalate unresolved issues to the proper channels via chat or phone.

You should be able to type between 30 and 50 words per minute and research information using provided tools and the internet. You should have exceptional communication skills and should be able to multitask.

A high school diploma or GED equivalent is required. Experience in sales is a plus.

You should have a secure, wired internet connection and a Windows operating system.

Pay and benefits for this position are not listed, but we’ve reached out to the company and will update this post when we find out more information.

To apply for this job, go here.

3. Accounting Clerk at CBRE

CBRE is a commercial real estate services firm.

The company is currently looking for an accounting clerk to perform clerical accounting procedures for both accounts payable and receivable.

You’ll reconcile and maintain both internal and external accounts and perform invoicing and billing processes. You’ll also process transactions such as disbursements, expense vouchers and cash receipts, enter data into the financial system, prepare reports, validate transactions and investigate and report irreconcilable differences.

You should have excellent communication skills, good organizational and analytical know-how and the ability to correspond and convey financial information to non-financial users. You should be able to interpret a variety of data and instructions in written, oral, diagram and schedule form.

You should have a familiarity with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and Financial Accounting Standards Boards regulations, and a familiarity with financial terms and principles.

A high school diploma or GED equivalent is required. You should have a basic knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and financial software systems.

Pay, benefits and specific hours for this position are not listed, but we’ve reached out to the company and will update this post when we hear back.

To apply for this job, go here.

4. Seasonal Customer Care Specialist at Nordstrom

As a full-time seasonal customer care specialist at Nordstrom, you’ll communicate with customers via phone, chat, email and social media to ensure they’re getting quality service “when they want it, and how they want it.”

You should have excellent written and verbal communication skills, be able to work in a fast-paced environment and demonstrate conflict management skills while maintaining professional composure. You should also have a basic understanding of computer systems and be able to troubleshoot minor technical issues.

You’ll have to score successfully on two skills assessments and will need to complete the required online training class, which will take place Monday to Friday for three weeks. Experience in a retail environment is preferred.

You’ll work a set schedule with occasional required overtime based on business needs, but you should also be available to work peak hours around the holidays and during severe weather. Schedule flexibility is expected.

Pay is $14.65 per hour, and you’ll receive incentive opportunities. If you work through the entirety of the season, you’ll be given a $250 completion bonus.

The company offers a benefits package that includes medical, dental and vision insurance, an employee discount and an employer-matched 401(k) plan.

To apply for this job, go here.

5. Overpayment Analyst at Parallon

Parallon helps make health care business and clinical operations more cost-effective.

The company is currently hiring a full-time overpayment analyst to validate discrepancies and  initiate and monitor refunds.

You should have excellent written and verbal communication skills, and strong interpersonal skills, as well as the ability to foster strong customer relations. You should be proficient in Microsoft Office and should be able to perform basic mathematical equations, balance and reconcile figures and transcribe information accurately.

A high school diploma or GED equivalent and at least one year of related experience are required.

Pay and benefits for this position are not listed, but we’ve reached out to the company and will update this post when we hear back.

To apply for this job, go here.

6. Voice Captioner at VITAC

VITAC offers captioning and audio description services across a variety of platforms.

The company is currently looking for a part-time voice captioner to produce verbatim transcription of spoken word into text.

You’ll produce near-instantaneous transcriptions using speech recognition technology. You’ll do this by planning ahead and researching scheduled programs to ensure correct spellings of related names and events and by participating in ongoing training as needed.

You should be able to write and speak English clearly and should be experienced with developing and maintaining a dictionary of news vocabulary. You should also have a solid knowledge of news and general culture.

You should be proficient in Microsoft Outlook and should have some technical familiarity with computers. You should have a secure, wired internet connection. A voice writing certification and a specialization in broadcast captioning are preferred but not mandatory.

Candidates will be invited to Denver, Colorado, to participate in onboarding and initial training. After that, this is a remote position.

In addition to an hourly base-pay (no word on the exact amount yet, but we’ll update here when we hear back from the company), you’ll receive incentive opportunities. This position is part time with the opportunity to go full time in the future.

Benefits for full-time employees include health insurance, a 401(k) plan, disability and paid time off.

To apply for this job, go here.

Grace Schweizer is a junior writer at The Penny Hoarder.