Job alert: This work-at-home customer service gig pays up to $18/hour

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Job alert: This work-at-home customer service gig pays up to $18/hour
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Want a work-from-home job that pays pretty well? If customer service and sales are your specialties, you may be interested in applying at VIPdesk Connect.

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The U.S.-based call center provider is currently looking for full-time and part-time customer service representatives. Employees will schedule appointments and refer customers to home improvement contractors in the HomeAdvisor program.

Here are some of the responsibilities, according to VIPdesk:

  • Upsell and cross-sell to increase customer experience and convert inquiries into firm referrals for HomeAdvisor
  • Attend training to obtain pertinent information about HomeAdvisor and their products and services
  • Apply high-quality customer service guidelines while servicing customers

VIPdesk is seeking applicants with at least one year of sales experience, the ability to work weekend hours and at least a high school diploma or GED.

You must live in one of these states to apply:

  1. Arizona
  2. Colorado
  3. Florida
  4. Georgia
  5. Illinois
  6. Indiana
  7. Maryland
  8. Nevada
  9. New Jersey
  10. New York
  11. Ohio
  12. Texas
  13. Utah
  14. Virginia

Since this is a remote position, VIPdesk requires that employees have a home office in a separate room where there’s no noise. Internet and computer requirements are also listed on the company’s website.

The job pays up to $18 an hour, which includes an hourly rate plus incentives. Learn more here.

Read more: Work From Home Guide: A list of legitimate, work-at-home job opportunities

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