Want to Work From Home? Apply to Be a Wyndham Customer Service Rep Now

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Start the new year off with a new job.

Wyndham Vacation Ownership — which operates over 200 vacation resorts in the United States, Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, South America and the South Pacific — is hiring full-time work-from-home customer service representatives.

This gig comes with awesome benefits, so you’ll want to keep reading.

And if this job isn’t a fit for you, be sure to check out The Penny Hoarder Jobs page on Facebook for more opportunities.

Work for Wyndham

As a remote customer service rep for Wyndham Vacation Ownership, you’ll be answering calls from existing clients looking to book their next stay at a resort.

You won’t be making sales — instead, you’ll be informing callers about the different properties and amenities. You’ll also be making recommendations about how they could spend their vacations.

These jobs come with paid training. But here’s one important caveat: The training is on location at call centers in Orlando, Florida, and Springfield, Missouri.

After that, customer service representatives are free to work from home. (And the company provides the needed equipment.)

The Missouri-based job posting specifies workers must live within one hour of the Springfield call center, even after training. Training for those Missouri positions starts January 8.

How to Nab These Jobs

Wyndham Vacation Ownership is looking for customer service reps who have:

  • At least six months of customer service or sales experience
  • A high school diploma or GED
  • Good customer service and communications skills
  • Basic computer knowledge

You must be able to multi-task and work under pressure, and you may be required to work evenings, weekends and some holidays.

You’ll also need to have a quiet workspace at home with high-speed internet.

Now About Those Benefits

We’ve saved the best part for last. Having a full-time work-from-home job is great, but the benefits make these opportunities even better.

According to the job postings, pay starts at $12 an hour for the Orlando-based job and $11 an hour for the Springfield-based job.

The company offers medical, dental and vision insurance after 30 days on the job, plus a 401(k) match up to 6%.

There are advancement opportunities, tuition reimbursement and paid vacation, holiday and sick time.

And after spending your days talking about other people’s awesome vacations, you can enjoy the benefit of travel-related discounts to Wyndham’s resorts and hotels.

See here to apply for the Orlando-based job.

See here to apply for the Springfield-based job.

Nicole Dow is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder.