For those of you looking for legitimate work from home opportunities, I will start writing about various job opportunities that I find. Most of these jobs can be found by doing Internet searches, but I know many people are either busy or need help with finding legitimate work from home jobs, so I’m here to assist. I have already written a number of articles about work from home job opportunities. You will still need to do some research on the company, unless it is a well-known company.
Okay, here is a good one for those who live in the Omaha, Nebraska area. The Hyatt Hotels are hiring Sales Representatives to work from home. Applicants must have high speed internet, be a problem solver, know how to troubleshoot minor computer problems, have excellent oral and written communication skills, a quiet working environment to assist Hyatt’s guests, be able to 20 wpm, and, of course, excellent customer service skills. As with most work at home jobs, you should be able to work independently.
You will be receiving inbound calls so you may need to have a dedicated line with no options, but check with the company first. You should have a working computer with Windows. The training begins in mid-April, and will last four weeks. The training classes are onsite and in the evenings.
Here is another good one from a hotel company that is hiring home based workers.
The Hilton Hotel is seeking Reservation sales specialists to work from home part-time.
You will receive inbound calls from all over the country to assist the hotel’s guests. So, again, you may need a dedicated phone line, which means no options, for this job but check with the company first. My experience has been if you are taking inbound calls, you need to have a phone line with no options. Training classes will start in April and will include day, evening, part-time, and full-time training times.
The company offers a number of part-time schedules, additional cash incentives, paid time off, and other discounts. In this sales focused position, you will receive inbound calls from people across the country and assist them in making reservations for our hotels and resorts. Here is a list of requirements; it is a long one. First, you will be an employee. You must have a high school diploma, computer skills, a steady job history, good communication skills, customer service and call center experience, pretty knowledgeable about geography, be able to speak, write, and read English fluently. You must also pass a criminal background check and drug screen. You will also need to pass reference checks and must live within the local calling area.
Check with the company to see if you live in one of the cities they are hiring in because you will be required to work on-site for one scheduled shift per month. You will need reliable access to transportation during scheduled work hours in the event you will need to report onsite. Also you will need a quiet work environment, since you will be handling phone calls. The company will provide the computer and software needed to perform the job, but you will need to provide high speed internet, a dedicated phone line, a monitor (not a desktop, just a monitor), headset, keyboard, mouse, surge protector, and you will also need to provide liability insurance to cover the equipment provided by the Hilton.
Beginning pay starts between $8.25 – $9.25 per hour, depending upon experience, plus cash incentives.
To apply, fax resume to 972-371-5107. Or contact Hilton Hotels in your area.