Disney hiring work from home reps in Texas

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Disney looking for at-home workers

UPDATE: As of November 10, 2016, all the positions appear to have been filled for now, but keep checking back!


Looking for a part-time or seasonal job? Disney says it needs a little help making the magic this holiday season.

The company is hiring part-time, work-from-home reps to help handle the expected crunch for holiday shopping.

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For this non-exempt gig, you must live in one of the following 7 states: Florida, South Carolina, Texas, Kentucky, Nevada, Illinois or Mississippi.

You must also have a high school diploma or equivalent, plus a computer with high-speed internet connection at home.

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This cast member position requires a flexible schedule that may require you to take call-in shifts during evening, holiday and weekend hours.

Here's what you can expect to do if you're hired:
  • Answer inbound calls and email guests to assist them in their purchases
  • Contact guests via outbound calls as instructed by supervisors
  • Identifying and resolving guest experience issues
  • Channeling escalated issues to appropriate managers

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Entertainment reporter Sandy Kenyon has the latest details.

Applicants who have previous retail or customer service experience are preferred, but all are welcome to apply.
Read more about the position on the Disney Careers website

Want to see what other jobs Disney is hiring for? Check them out at DisneyCareers.com.

The Walt Disney Company is the parent company of the Disney Store and ABC13.

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