4 Companies (Including HSN) Need Work-From-Home Reps. Here’s How to Apply

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Working from home is awesome — but you probably already knew that.

I mean, that’s why you’re here, right?

You’re looking to snag an awesome work-from-home job that will allow you to stay home with your kids, your pets, your fridge — whatever it is you value most in this world. And I don’t blame you, not one bit.

Below, you’ll find a bunch of work-from-home jobs that give you the freedom and flexibility to live your life the way you want (i.e. without the miserable commute and the cruel torture device that is a pair of pants).

4 Work-From-Home Jobs That Are Open Right Now

Check out these four work-from-home job opportunities that you can apply for today!

1. Customer Service Representative at VIPdesk

VIPdesk is a U.S.-based call center provider.

The company is looking for part-time customer service representatives to assist customers via phone by scheduling appointments or referring them to different contractors in the HomeAdvisor program. You’ll also be tasked with upselling and cross-selling to customers and converting inquiries into referrals.

You must possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent, although some college is preferred, and should have at least one year of prior customer service experience. You’ll also need a quiet home-office environment and a stable internet connection. You can see the rest of the technical requirements here.

You should have excellent communication and computer skills, and an interest in home repair services is a plus.

Applicants should live in one of the following states: Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Texas, Utah and Virginia.

There are a variety of available shifts which you can learn more about here, but you should also be prepared to work at least one weekend shift. Part-time employees can work up to 29 hours each week.

This position pays up to $18 per hour (a combination of an hourly base rate plus incentives).

Go here to apply for this job.

2. Customer Service Representative at HSN

HSN, the Home Shopping Network, is looking for full-time customer service representatives to work from home.

You’ll field inbound support calls, answer customer questions and solve issues that are often complex. You should be able to use active listening to relay customer needs and independently determine the best course of action.

You should also be able to troubleshoot and make decisions that will best serve the customers and the company.

You must have a high school diploma or GED equivalent, and prior customer service experience is a plus. You should also be an excellent communicator and possess exceptional computer skills (including Microsoft and Outlook) and organizational abilities.

You must have a high-speed, wired internet connection, a telephone headset and a standard, wired telephone service with a home number.

Applicants should live in or around the Nashville or central Tennessee area (acceptable area codes include 931 and 615).

While the position is full-time, there is no information on specific schedule requirements, pay or benefits included in the job listing. We’ve reached out to the company to find out more information, and we’ll update this post when we find out.

Go here to apply for this job.

3. Customer Service Specialist at LearnDash

LearnDash is a WordPress plugin that that helps people create, manage and sell online courses.

The company is currently looking for a part-time customer service specialist to provide technical support to users.

You’ll field questions, troubleshoot and research and guide customers to a solution. You’ll also be in charge of maintaining and updating documentation and addressing pre-sales inquiries.

A good fit for this role will be competent with WordPress, have a proven track record in customer service and will have a basic proficiency in CSS and HTML. A bachelor’s degree is preferred but not required.

You must be located in North America.

There is no pay included in the job listing, but we’ve contacted the company and will update this post when we find out more information.

Go here to apply for this job.

4. Client Experience Specialist at Toptal

Toptal is a network of the top freelance designers, developers and finance experts that helps businesses hire “top talent.”

The company is looking for a full-time client experience specialist to work directly with clients to identify, address and resolve issues and drive client processes and initiatives to better the client experience.

You should have exceptional communication skills, the ability to build strong professional relationships and a history of successful client interactions. You should be independent, proactive and persistent. Knowledge of the software development field is a plus.

Applicants can be located anywhere.

There is no information about pay or benefits included in the job listing, but we’ve reached out to the company and will update this post when we hear back.

Go here to apply for this job.

And if you’re looking for even more awesome work-from-home jobs, be sure to like our Jobs page on Facebook! We post new opportunities there all the time.

Grace Schweizer is a junior writer at The Penny Hoarder.