Work From Home Call Center Jobs in Texas
Find a Home-Based Call Center Job in TX
This list of companies includes just those that hire work from home call center jobs in Dallas, Houston, Austin and elsewhere Texas (TX). Texas has quite a few home call center jobs, compared to other states.
Technical support agents and customer service representatives services this company's clients from their Texas homes. All are independent contractors and are paid on a per-minute rate with a maximum of $10 per hour, but there is no minimum.
Alorica, formerly West at Home, remote employees to work as customer service reps. They are compensated on a per-minute or per-call basis but will earn at least Texas's minimum wage.
The airline offers home-based jobs as reservation agents for experienced agents who live within 75 miles of Fort Worth office. Ten weeks of onsite training is required. When positions are available, they can be found by searching the jobs database using "home." Pay starts at $9.50/hour and increases to $10 after probation period. Health and dental insurance paid vacation, and travel privileges are among the employment position's benefits.
Apple at Home is a work at home call center program from Apple that hires both college students and non-students. In Texas, it recruits students on the campuses of Texas State University and Texas A&M. Use the keyword "home" in the company’s job database.
Employees of this company work in a range of call center jobs including sales and customer service. Additionally ARO employs insurance auditors and LPNs and RNs to work from home.
Extended warranty company pays home-based customer care reps $9-10 per hour to take inbound calls. It hires both work-at-home and office-based call center agents to troubleshoot and provide customer service for its clients. Hires agents bilingual in Spanish/English also.
BSG (Billing Services Group) specializes in providing its clients with call center agents who do third-party verification services through VoiceLog’s call recording technology.
San Antonio-based medical call center company hires registered nurses to work from home in its "care advisor" positions. Pay is $25/hr. Other call center jobs for non-nurses in the company are not work-at-home. Full-time, overnight work may be available and/or required.
Formerly CenturyTel and EMBARQ, CenturyLink is a provider of voice, broadband and video services for consumers and businesses in 33 states. Work-at-home call center jobs pay around $10-11/per hour. Bilingual applicants are encouraged to apply. Search job database using "work at home."
Virtual call center agents receive incoming calls and provide services that may include customer service, sales or technical support. Convergys offers paid training and benefits. Schedules 16 to 40 hours per week.
Work-at-home agents are employees who provide customer service for consumer and commercial credit applicants in the company’s healthcare and retail financing programs. Bilingual agents, particularly Spanish/English, are often needed. Candidates must live within 65 miles of Frisco, TX.
Hotel chain's Hilton@Home program hires work-from-home sales agents for customer care and reservations. New hires receive in-depth brand and technical training and support. Bilingual in Spanish or Portuguese can earn you $1 per hour more in some positions.
The company hires agents, including licensed insurance agents, for a variety of call center jobs for its clients including outbound sales, bilingual customer service (Spanish and French) and financial services. Agents are paid at a rate that is based on minutes of talk time plus sales incentives in some cases. Agents must become "certified" to work for individual clients. This certification is not paid. Applicants pay $50 (or sometimes more) for a background check.
Elite Sales Associates (ESA) set appointments, make sales and conduct market research from their home offices. Experience in telemarketing, customer service, lead generation or appointment setting is required. Must purchase some equipment from Newton, Associates must work a minimum of 20 hours a week.
Cloud-based medical record system hires customer support and sales professionals with knowledge of medical documentation systems to work from home.
Global BPO Sitel has a work-at-home program for U. S. residents called Sitel Work@Home. Agents in these full- and part-time customer service jobs train from home.
Starwood @Home associates must attend four weeks of training. Training takes place in Austin, Texas. Agents must live in Austin's 512 area code. Starwood provides a company computer, keyboard, mouse, headset, designated phone, and company software, but associates pay for monthly phone and Internet provider charges. Pay is $9/hour plus incentives.
The company provides tech support services for its clients, using work-from-home chat and call center agents. Its remote services technicians answer inbound calls.
Home-based agents take inbound customer service, and sales calls for a variety of clients. Reps are paid an hourly rate of around $9 plus training is paid. Only after a position is offered, applicants pay $45 for a background check. Minimum of 20 hours a week to full-time work available. Bilingual skills a plus; languages include Spanish, Mandarin, and Cantonese.
Based in Austin, this outsourcing call center hires work-at-home technicians to assist with Internet services, desktop support, and security issues as well as customer service reps. Strong customer service and self-management skills along with excellent communication skills are required. Company has in-house jobs in the Austin area and San Marco.
Global business process outsourcing (BPO) company hires associates In some U.S. states and the U.K. to work from home as call agents and other fields. Bilingual call center agents needed. Benefits include paid training, 401k. Pay is $9-10/hour.
The company hires employees as inbound work-at-home agents, selling magazine subscriptions. Pay with incentives is $10-$14 an hour.
Call center company hires work-at-home agents for customer service and tech support in Texas.
The company, based in Plano, TX, hires nurses (RNs) in the Dallas-Fort Worth area to work at home in after-hours telephone triage in medical call center jobs. Requirements include 3-5 years in pediatrics, licensure in Texas, carrying malpractice insurance and drug test. Weekends and evenings are required, but part- and full-time schedules are available.
Work-at-home call center employees take incoming calls and answer general questions, take reservation and/or provide roadside assistance.
Home call center agents make verification calls for company's clients, which are primarily from the newspaper industry.
Windy City provides call center outsourcing to clients in need of both inbound and outbound calls. It hires its call center agents as employees (not contractors) and offers benefits like a paid time off, healthcare plan and 401K.