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Hiring Now: 4 Remote Customer Service Jobs For Different Skill Levels

Well hello there, all you aspiring work-at-homers.

Today I want to pass along some great job leads with four companies that are leaders in their industry. And what I like about today’s jobs is the selection of options available to you.

Sure, all three of these jobs are in Customer Service, but you have your choice of working full or part-time. Week days or week ends. Employee or contractor.

Just want something that’ll get you through?  We got you covered.  Want a more tech-y Customer Service job? Found one!  How about one that supports blog designs or blogging tools?  Here’s one has your name on it.

So, without further delay…

Hiring now: 4 remote customer service jobs


Here Are 4 Work at Home Customer Service Jobs You Can Apply For Today



On the “not too much experience needed” side of things, Deal Dash is looking for a Customer Support Specialist to work remotely. Today, this job is open to people living in Minnesota, USA (other countries, too). But don’t fret! Deal Dash frequently hires so if you don’t live in Minnesota I urge you to check back.
This job is a fantastic option if you don’t have too much experience under your belt. At the very least, though, you should have advanced computer skills, fast typing fingers, and excellent written and spoken English skills. This is a phone/email/chat kind of customer service job so you can be assured your day will be anything but routine. You can apply here.




  Automattic is well-known for its “distributed team” attitude. I think they actually love it that all their employees work remotely. Today, they’re looking for a Happiness Engineer who is passionate about helping people (tip: that was a keyword phrase to include on your resume). You will guide users through the use of Automattic’s products, such as WordPress, Jetpack, and Gravitar as well as troubleshoot bugs and craft support documentation.

Do you have basic knowledge of HTML and CSS? Are you willing to learn all you can about their products ? Yes? Awesome!  You can apply for this job here.

One more thing about Automattic’s remote Customer Service job: They expect you to have “an understanding of the 24/7 nature of support and a can-do attitude to help with weekend, holiday, and/or evening coverage. “

But (according to them)…

Fear not! We understand that some folks are able to have more flexible schedules than others and we strongly support being able to craft schedules that help you take care of your own needs, as well.


Customer service skills checklist




  Modern Tribe is a company that provides technical support via their online forum for WordPress plugins. Today they are hiring someone to work about 10-15 hours a week helping customers with their tech-y – and not-so-tech-y – issues of their install of The Events Calendar. This is a freelance gig that starts off paying $15-$25 an hour with annual raises.

You should know HTML, CSS, Javascript, PHP and be able to provide examples of code you have written. I suppose this is to prove you can accurately answer customer questions because they will raise code-related concerns.

Interested in this job? Get it here.




If you want something a bit…uh…easier…then, Tapingo might be a good company to look at. This is a fast growing start-up company that streamlines e-commerce and mobile technology. Today, they are hiring Customer Service Representatives to work at home doing what they love – proved top-notch service.
There are a few stipulations: They are currently hiring in Reno, Nevada; Phoenix, Arizona, Atlanta, Georgia; and Salt Lake City, Utah, AND these positions require you are available to work nights and weekends.

But, if you’re ok with all that, this is a pretty straight-forward work at home Customer Service job.

And it offers benefits.

So, if you have past experience in a restaurant, retail, hospitality industry, or anywhere else that qualifies as customer service, you just might be who they’re looking for. Go for it here.


There’s A Customer Service Job Around Every Corner

Don’t be discouraged if you try for one of these jobs and don’t get it.

It’s not necessarily a bad thing.

There will be another one just around the corner.  And we here at The Wary Worker aim to bring them to you.




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