Monday
Oct012018

Work from Home w/ Amazon

 

If you’re interested in working from home, Amazon is currently hiring remote seasonal Customer Service Associates for their peak season (November through January)!

Amazon Customer Service Part Time Flex Seasonal employees will work flexible schedules to meet the needs of Amazon and its customers. The average amount of hours scheduled per associate will be 20-29 hours per week, with expectations to work additional hours as needed.

Applicants must live in Alabama, Arkansas, Idaho, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Carolina,  South Dakota, Tennessee, or West Virginia.

During the four weeks of mandatory training, expect to make the nationwide pay rate of $10 per hour (this may vary depending upon state minimum wage laws), with a minimum of 28 hours expected each week during training. Once candidates successfully complete training  – the pay will increase to $12 per hour at the beginning of the next payroll period.

Here are just a few requirements in order to apply:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent
  • Fluent English language proficiency required
  • Strong typing, phone, and computer navigation skills
  • Ability to navigate the internet, multiple browsers, email, and instant messenger/chat tools
  • 1+ years in a service environment dealing with customers
  • Capability to complete I-9 work authorization paperwork in person (requiring you to drive to a location Amazon provides you in the pre-hire process)
  • A minimum of 10 mbps download and 5 mbps upload speed from a reliable internet provider (Cable, DSL or Fiber Optic/FiOS providers only)
  • Must be directly connected to router/modem via Ethernet cable

 

Live near an Amazon retail store?

They’re hiring seasonal workers, too! Seasonal associates typically work an average of 20-29 hours a week and must have availability for at least three weeknights and one full Saturday or Sunday.

Interested in this opportunity? Head here and select your location for more details and to apply.