UHaul Jobs – Work at Home Opportunities in Customer Service

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UHaul Jobs in Customer Service – Without Leaving Your Home

U-Haul does more than help people move their belongings from one place to another, they also provide an opportunity for those of us who work at home to earn a little extra money working as a customer service rep.

UHaul Jobs Salaries and Pay Range

It seems that as an at home customer service rep for U-Haul you’ll make between $12 and $14 an hour. While that might seem low when compared to going out and getting a regular job, you need to consider the fact that U-Haul also provides benefits, something not all companies are willing to do for their work at home employees. Even more importantly, U-Haul is willing to provide these benefits to both full and part-time employees.
The benefits include:
Medical insurance-limited care
Dental insurance
Participation in the company’s stock plan
Travel insurance
Discounted service
Membership in the credit union
A 401(k) plan

Training for U-Haul's Work at Home Jobs

If you’re accepted in the U-Haul program, you’ll have to take part in a 4-week training program. Not only is this training paid, but you’ll also receive a $50 bonus when it’s completed. (See my post, Online Customer Service Jobs for a big list of work at home customer service type jobs. Or if you don't love working on the phone, see my post – Non Phone Work From Home Jobs for a big list too!)

Who are They Looking for

Unlike some companies that insist you have a minimum of two years’ worth of customer service experience before they’ll even consider your application, U-Haul is willing to consider everyone who is willing. They’re looking for applicants who enjoy speaking with people, have excellent phone etiquette, know their way around a computer, and who are capable of typing a minimum of 25 words per minute. They will only consider people who are at least 16 years old and prefer to work with individuals who have a high school diploma or GED.
As far as the tools you’ll require, you’ll need:
A computer with a windows operating system and the ability to install a VOIP system so you can take calls.
Cable or DSL internet, the company won’t let you use wireless
A decent headset

Is it Flexible?

I’ve spoken to people who report that the company is pretty good about being fairly flexible in their scheduling, though if you plan on working part time, you should expect to invest at least 32 hours a week into the work and there will be times when you will be expected to work on weekends. The company needs people to work all days of the week and has many different shifts to choose from.
Most of the people who participate in the U-Haul work from home program report that they’re very happy with the company, though they wish the pay was more competitive.

My Final Thoughts on UHaul Jobs That are Home Based

If you’re looking for a work at home opportunity that is reliable and provides a regular paycheck, I think this is a great option. Not only is it a company with a long history, but it’s also a great way to gain the customer service experience you need to have before you apply for similar work at home opportunities with companies that are willing to pay a higher hourly wage, but also insist on applicants having previous experience.
Have you been a part of the U-Haul work at home program? How did you like it?

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  1. Michelle Clark says:

    I am very interested in this position

  2. Jeannie Taylor says:

    I am interested in this but where is the link

  3. I can’t seem to find any work from home type jobs with U-haul. I looked on the U-haul website and also Indeed. Did anyone have any luck with this? I’m guessing it’s location specific.

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  5. Janet stonehocker says:

    I’m Definitely interested in,this.

  6. @Megan
    They do offer a lot of opportunities though to work at home — and many do live in the areas they hire in.

  7. U-Haul ALWAYS requires you to be located in a certain state not far from a certain city. That’s why I avoid theym because they’re NEVER hiring work at home jobs for my area.

  8. It varies — not always the same. That’s why I put the Indeed link. The advertise a lot on there — but many times by state or location.

  9. Direct link for the position?

  10. Claudia Bosch says:

    Where is the direct link for the position?

  11. Diane Fulknier says:

    I’m definitely interested in learning more about this opportunity. My background is in education and social services.

    Thank you.

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