Are you tech-savvy? Do you love the idea of helping others navigate how to set up a website, problem solve on the internet, or other tech-specific support?
Remote tech support jobs are quickly becoming a go-to for the tech-savvy as many of these positions only require a working computer, internet connection, and headphones.
If you’re one of those individuals who thrive on all things tech and you love helping others, a remote tech support job is exactly what you should explore!
Below we have a great list of remote tech support jobs where you can get social helping others from the comfort of your couch.
1. Jobs at Apple
Yes, you can work for #TeamApple! The same people who brought you the iPad, the iPod, and everything “i” are currently hiring tech support specialists also known as “At Home Advisors.”
One of the things that I absolutely love about Apple is that they place a huge emphasis on working with people. They highlight that their tech support people are not in the business of fixing tech problems, but rather, you’re working to help people.
Apple’s focus is making a human connection with its customers, so they’re looking to hire you not only for tech support but for you to be, well, you!
Apple has a few open tech support positions and more on their site, so check them out today.
A few key things to note about this position:
- You’ll need a quiet, distraction-free home office space.
- You’ll need a hardwired, high-speed Internet connection that’s reliable.
- Training is provided right at your home through a virtual online program and typically lasts nine weeks.
There are amazing benefits to working for Apple such as:
- You will be provided with an iMac and headset exclusively for Advisor work.
- You will be reimbursed for your internet service.
- Part-time and full-time employees receive a benefits package, including product discounts, and paid time away.
With this set-up and more, working for Apple as a remote tech support individual or home advisor seems like a sweet deal.
2. Advise Tech
Advise Tech offers IT outsourcing and strategic consulting for its clients.
Currently, they are hiring qualified technicians who have server experience and a minimum of 10 years of field and help-desk exposure.
You’ll need to send in your resume and salary requirements in order to be considered for employment.
3. One Support Tech Solutions
One Support offers personal and business tech support services as well as customer service for all of their clients.
One Support offers both in-house and remote positions and the option to work either part-time or full-time.
There are multiple positions available at One Support which include Business Customer Care representative, Customer Care Representative, Sales Representative, and Tech Support Representative.
For these positions, you will need to know about resolving issues with hardware and software, configuring antivirus software, and understanding how to solve internet connectivity issues.
Benefits for working with One Support Tech Solutions are:
- Paid time off
- Competitive wages
- Around the clock flexible scheduling
To work-at-home with One Support Tech you must currently reside in one of the following states:
Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Kansas, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, and Wisconsin
PlumChoice provides cloud and technical support solutions to customers needing help with setup, connectivity, IOT, and cloud services.
They have both on-site and remote tech support positions available as well.
Within this role, you could focus on things like remote connections or provide help for computer crashes or viruses.
Some benefits for joining the PlumChoice team include medical benefits, 401k plans, scholarship programs, and corporate discounts with certain mobile carriers.
PlumChoice is consistently hiring, so if there aren’t many positions available, bookmark their website so you can reference it later.
Support.com is a tech support company that hires virtual tech support agents.
Job availability varies from remote managerial positions to support-based positions.
If you don’t see the right tech support job, check back now and then for updates regarding their remote tech jobs.
Like many of the tech support jobs we’ve researched, Support.com has some pretty amazing benefits for joining their tech team!
Some benefits for working on the Support.com team include:
- Paid training
- Non-taxable work-from-home reimbursement for all hourly employees
- Pay for performance bonus program
- Medical, dental, and vision insurance available
- Paid life insurance
- Employee Assistance Program
- PTO and floating holiday pay
TeleTech provides customer service through technology to businesses.
They are typically known for their customer service positions, but they also have several tech positions available.
You will need to search for remote positions among other tech roles that they have posted.
Some of these jobs will require you to have two years of college or one semester completed with two years of call center experience.
Some benefits of working for TeleTech include medical and dental insurance and career advancement opportunities.
Xerox is quickly become a popular place for remote workers, and they even feature a “Virtual Office” program that hosts many available positions.
To find potential remote tech positions, simply scroll down to the “click here” section on this same page and fill in the search criteria for the position you’re seeking.
For a tech position with Xerox, you’ll need to understand how to repair hardware, software, and other networking products.
Besides certain tech experience, you’ll need a high school diploma (a college degree is preferred) and some customer service experience.
In some instances, you may need to travel to customers’ offices for service so you will need a driver’s license and reliable transportation.
Many tech jobs now come with the added perk of working remotely. If you love working with people and technology, one of these remote tech jobs might be right for you!
Do you have a remote tech job or are you currently looking for one? We would love to know your experiences, comments, and questions below! Drop us a line!
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Courtney Stich is a stay-at-home mama, and prior educator turned writer, blogger, and Pinterest fanatic! She loves everything to do with creating and crafting with her kiddos as well as writing, designing, and planning parties! She’s the proud founder/creator/developer of the site, The Running Mama — a website dedicated to helping mamas with everything from playtime with the kiddos to downtime for the mama, (all rolled up with a little bit of running here and there). Courtney holds a BA in English Literature and a Master’s Degree (M.S ED) in Technology and Design. Courtney has written several articles and content both as a ghostwriter and within online publications such as Fractus Learning! She also creates copywriting content for a variety of clientele on Copify. Aside from her love of writing, she manages, designs, and creates content for a variety of Pinterest business accounts on the Pinterest platform. Courtney is a mama to three beautiful kiddos and a wife to one amazingly supportive, loving hubby. She loves everything about being seaside, most things chocolate, and a vase, (or five), filled with sunflowers.