This Startup Is Hiring an Art Lover to Work From Home for $15 per Hour

Museum Hack employees pose in front of a statue in a museum.
Photo courtesy of Museum Hack

Say goodbye to being a starving artist.

We just found a way you can work for a creative and artsy company — from the comfort of your own home.

Museum Hack, a startup that runs quirky private museum tours, is hiring a sales representative.

How to Get an Artsy Job With Museum Hack

As you can read in our interview with the founder, Museum Hack is turning the traditional museum tour on its head. It offers “highly interactive, subversive, fun, non-traditional” tours of museums in major cities such as New York, Washington, D.C. and San Francisco.

Right now, it’s hiring a remote sales representative whose duties will include meeting monthly sales goals by communicating with potential corporate clients via phone and email, as well as putting together proposals as necessary.

The full-time position requires at least one year of experience in B2B sales and customer service. You must also have a home office with a personal computer and reliable Wi-Fi.   

Previous experience with web-based services (Google Docs, Gmail, Google Calendar, Slack, Xero, PandaDoc, Base CRM) is also desired; if you’re familiar with them, be sure to mention it in your cover letter.

You must be based in the U.S. and able to work scheduled shifts Monday through Friday, between 9 a.m. and 8 p.m. EST. Applicants must also be available to work at least one weekend per month.

The job pays $15 per hour plus a monthly commission, with occasional “performance-based rewards and incentives.”

Want in on the action? Click here to apply.

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