Work from home: Williams-Sonoma is hiring customer service associates in 5 states


A popular work-at-home job opportunity is back again! Williams-Sonoma is hiring full-time furniture customer service associates in five states.

Right now, there are jobs available in Georgia, Ohio, Texas, Nevada and Oklahoma.

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Job alert: Williams-Sonoma is hiring and you can work from home 

Customer service associates will work 30 to 50 hours per week and solve customer concerns such as returns, replacements, credits, orders and other inquiries.

The job pays $12 per hour and it comes with full benefits — medical, dental, vision and 401(k).

This role is likely a good fit for someone who already shops at the retailer, which specializes in kitchenware and home furnishings. Employees receive a 40% discount on most merchandise.

A high school diploma or GED is required for the position. Previous customer service experience is preferred.

Here’s the deal: Although this is a stay-at-home job, you need to live within 90 minutes of the company’s customer care center to attend some meetings and training.

You must also have a desktop or laptop computer, high-speed internet and a phone with a compatible headset.

These remote positions are filled very quickly! To see the latest opportunities, go to the career section of the retailer’s website, type “Work from home” in the job field and click “Apply filter.”


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Positions available as of April 5, 2018: 

Here’s more about this job posting from Rachel Jay, Senior Career Writer at FlexJobs, a job search site focused on telecommuting jobs, including freelance, flexible and part-time opportunities:

“Williams-Sonoma, the popular home furnishings store, is one of the growing numbers of recognizable companies that offer remote jobs. In fact, Williams-Sonoma placed number 15 on FlexJobs’ annual list of the top 100 companies with remote jobs, meaning it was among the top companies that posted the most remote jobs during 2017. The company hires primarily for remote customer service associates, which is one of the most common work-from-home job titles. Williams-Sonoma does have location requirements for its positions, which is typical of about 95% of remote jobs.”

To learn about other jobs that you can do from the comfort of your own home, see Clark’s Work From Home Guide: A list of legitimate work-at-home job opportunities!

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