Job alert: Hyatt is hiring and you can work from home

|
Job alert: Hyatt is hiring and you can work from home
Image Credit: Dreamstime
Team Clark is adamant that we will never write content influenced by or paid for by an advertiser. To support our work, we do make money from some links to companies and deals on our site. Learn more about our guarantee here.
Advertisement

UPDATE: As of March 15, this job posting is no longer featured on Hyatt’s website.

If you’re looking for a full-time job that you can do from the comfort of your own home, Hyatt has some new opportunities you may want to apply for.

The hospitality giant is looking for people to work from home as Guest Service Associates.

RELATED: Top recruiters share 5 strategies for landing a work-from-home job

Hyatt work-from-home job opportunity: What you need to know 

According to the job posting, employees will provide guests with exceptional customer service through the hotel chain’s inbound reservation process.

A high-speed internet connection and a quiet workspace are two key requirements for this gig.

In addition, ideal applicants for this job will be computer savvy, have strong communication skills, can work independently and possess the ability to perform in a sales/customer service role.

Only people who live in the following states can apply for this job:

Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Wisconsin

Pay starts at $11 per hour, with performance-based increases at set intervals throughout the year.

Virtual training classes begin April 19 and run for 12 weeks. Applicants must be able to commit to a set schedule and work full-time. The job posting lists more than 30 available shifts right now.

These jobs tend to be filled quickly! Learn more and apply now on Hyatt’s website.

RELATED: Career expert reveals 9 secrets to resume success in 2018

Advertisement
Michael Timmermann paid off his mortgage in two years. Now, he shares his money-saving tips on his blog, MichaelSaves.com.
View More Articles
  • Show Comments Hide Comments