Technical support

Work-From-Home Technical Support Job Openings

Work from home: Tech support

Contracting with Liveops as a work-from-home tech support agent is a great choice for people with a combination of technical support and customer service experience who want to work at least 20–25 hours per week. Calls are available between 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Eastern time.

Provide tech support on your schedule for big companies such as Intuit TurboTax

Technology isn’t easy for everyone. What some may see as simple, others might consider rocket science. Callers might want help setting up a computer, using software or troubleshooting a variety of technical difficulties. If you love using your tech skills to come to the rescue and you want flexible work-from-home options, technical support with Liveops might be the opportunity for you.

Are you ready to put your tech skills to work?

You already have experience troubleshooting issues and a library of problem-solving knowledge at your fingertips. To succeed as a Liveops work-from-home technical support agent, you also need critical thinking, analysis, organizational skills and the determination to leave no problem unsolved.

  • Do you have both technical support and customer service experience?

  • Can you convey a friendly, professional persona on the phone, via email, or face-to-face over webcam?

  • Are you able to patiently help people who might not be familiar with the technology they are trying to use?

  • Do you have a knack for resolving computer/software issues while helping customers feel good about the product they have chosen to use?

  • Are you excited to learn and use customized software and applications to help answer questions and troubleshoot problems?

  • Are you a master multi-tasker who can do all this and enter detailed notes for the client?

Use your tech skills to earn money from home!

What are tech support calls like?

Work-from-home tech support calls vary a lot based on the brands that work with Liveops. They can include answering product questions, troubleshooting software or hardware, resetting passwords and walking callers through the activity they are trying to complete.