Work From Home

Become a Customer Service Rep in Washington, D.C. and Make Up to $15.50/Hr

This gig is for job hunters living in or near our nation’s capital.

Colonial Parking, a commercial parking company, is hiring a customer service associate in the Washington D.C, area. This full-time work-from-home job pays between $14 and $15.50 per hour. In this role, you’ll use a phone-queue system to answer incoming calls from Colonial Parking customers to resolve issues.

Applicants need at least a high school diploma and a minimum of three years of customer service experience. You’ll attend in-person training for two-to-three weeks at Colonial Parking’s D.C. office before transitioning to working from home. You’ll still be required to attend in-office meetings when needed.

Your home office must be a quiet, distraction-free workplace with telephone and high-speed internet connections.

Please note that you’ll need to pass a pre-employment drug test before receiving a job offer.

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Customer Care Associate at Colonial Parking

Pay: $14-$15.50 per hour

Responsibilities include:

  • Assisting customers on the phone using an incoming call-queue system.
  • Sending internal emails to different departments.
  • Working to resolve customer issues with one call.

Applicants for this position must:

  • Live in or near the Washington, D.C., metro area to attend new-hire training for about three weeks and weekly or monthly meetings every week or month thereafter.
  • Be available during flexible weekday hours.
  • Have a high school diploma (associate degree from a two-year college or technical school preferred).
  • Have a minimum of three years of customer service experience.
  • Have previous experience working with a high-volume multi-line phone system (call-center work preferred).
  • Have a basic understanding of Microsoft Office and email (a plus).
  • Have a high-speed internet connection.
  • Have a quiet, distraction-free workplace in your home.
  • Pass a pre-employment drug test.

Matt Reinstetle is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder.