Work From Home
Gametime Is Hiring Work-From-Home Reps at Up to $15/Hr in 14 States
This is a universal narrative, in my opinion.
You’re headed out to a concert, sporting event or festival. You’re scrambling to get ready and are about to run out the door.
Wait, the tickets!
You open your laptop. Dead. Once it charges up, click “print.” Printer out of ink. Paper jams.
OK, maybe this is worst case scenario, but I swear it always happens to me.
That’s why Brad Griffith created Gametime, a nifty mobile tool that keeps all of that buying, selling and printing mess behind a screen. The tool has launched in 50 cities — in fact, I used it to scope out tickets for the 2017 College Football National Championship.
Which means the company is hiring! Gametime needs full-time, work-from-home fan happiness associates.
Positions are available in Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Hawaii, Michigan, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Tennessee, Utah and Washington. (If you hate the state restrictions, understand them better by reading this.)
What Does a Gametime Fan Happiness Associate Do?
You’ll help Gametime customers by answering any phone calls, emails or texts with questions relating to the app. You might discuss new orders, returns or the event’s logistics.
You also might need to make a call or two — but only to follow up on customer questions.
Are You Qualified to Work for Gametime?
To become a fan happiness associate for Gametime, you must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, a strong knowledge of internet technology and — of course — a stable internet connection.
Bonus points if you have Spanish-speaking skills and/or at least two years of customer service experience.
What Should You Expect When Working with Gametime?
You’ll work from home full-time from either 6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. PST or 12:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. PST. You’ll work weekends and holidays, too.
Oh, yeah — and the pay. It’s $15 an hour plus benefits, including a 401(k) plan, monthly Gametime credits, medical, dental and vision coverage and life insurance with disability.
Carson Kohler (@CarsonKohler) is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder.