Avail this chance to be an virtual employee of Amazon

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Looking to earn a little extra money for a holiday shopping season? Amazon is hiring seasonal customer service associates to support answer customers’ questions and solving issues. And the best part? You can work from home!

 

You can work from the ease of your home and wear that new pair of flannel pajamas you bought for yourself. You can decide how many hours you serve through Amazon’s Reserve program. This indicates you can work anywhere between one and 30 hours per week.  This job is an hourly position and compensation rate nationwide is $10.00 per hour. The role involves paid training, bonus opportunity, and dedicated resources to assist your ongoing growth and development.

 

According to the job description, you must be a resident of one of these 20 states, including Washington and Oregon. Here’s an excerpt from the job description:

 

It’s necessary to note upfront that Amazon demands that you must live in one of the following states in line to be qualified for these work from home positions: Arizona, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Colorado, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, North Dakota, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kansas,  Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, or Virginia.

 

“The perfect, Seasonal Amazonian should be internet savvy and must have technical aptitude regarding online tools and research. You will imagine outside the box, solve problems, answer questions, and resolve affairs presented by our Amazon customers. Their customers contact us originally by phone & chat, and So they hope you can help them deliver obsessed customer results!

 

Seasonal employees may outlast with Amazon in a temporary capacity for up to six months, depending on business necessity. There may be opportunities for regular long-term employment!”

 

Their Virtual Contact Center is open from 3 AM – Midnight Pacific Time. You should be able to work on an assigned schedule that falls within their operating hours that are required and expected. Available shifts may involve days, afternoons and evenings. Typically, they comprise one or both weekend days, and plans may change throughout the span of your employment. There may be at times compulsory overtime, based on business requirements. Associates may work up to, but no longer than 60 hours a week.

 

Working hours for all staff expands substantially during their peak season (Thanksgiving through mid-January). To support their customers, vacation requests are not granted during their peak season unless otherwise required by law. You may also be expected to work on any/all major holidays. If you’re a student, they’ll do their best to work around your school schedule!

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