Do you long to work remotely, but feel stuck to your 9-5 because you need health insurance? Well, did you know that you can find work-from-home jobs with medical benefits? I’ve been doing some research, and I have found several different options for you.
These jobs are spread across a variety of industries. They represent diverse roles within different companies. But, one thing unites them: they are all employee-based positions with insurance. For these jobs, you will not be an independent contractor.
As always, this information is current at the time of publication. Companies and positions change, so always research before applying to ensure the position is still a good fit for you.
Read the job description carefully to see if there are any location requirements, in-person training, or other stipulations you need to know about. Good luck!
Customer Service Work-from-Home Jobs With Benefits
Do you provide great customer service? Are your communication skills top-notch?
The following companies are looking to hire customer service reps. For each of these, you need to:
- Quickly establish rapport with callers
- Have a secure home office that’s distraction-free
- Have quick, reliable internet (no satellite connections)
- Be organized
If that sounds like you, these are all worth a closer look!
Sitel Group is looking for a customer experience manager. In this position, you answer customer calls from your home office and answer billing inquiries, handle account questions, place orders, and do other tasks to help customers.
Medical benefits are available to full-time employees. They begin the first of the month following your 90th day on the job. The application process begins with a test. You can learn more and take the test on the Sitel website.
Do you live within 100 miles of Oklahoma City? Do you have at least two years of experience in customer care? Check out the Full-Time Work at Home Customer Contact Center Associate position available with Capital One. Medical and dental benefits are included, along with many other employee perks.
There is a six-week training period that includes at least two days on-site. To learn more, check out the career page and use the search term “Work from Home.”
Concentrix is looking for full- and part-time customer support representatives to handle inbound calls. You must be able to establish rapport quickly.
Medical insurance is one benefit of this position, though there are eligibility requirements. Make sure you get the details before taking the job, so you know if you qualify. To find this (and other telecommuting options) use the search term “Work at Home” on the company site.
If you can handle 80-100 incoming calls a day, and provide courteous service to everyone you speak to, you may be a great fit to join the Enterprise Holdings team as a Work from Home Reservation Sales Representative. These positions are location-dependent, but there are opportunities in many different states. Medical benefits are just one of the perks from this telecommuting job.
Starting pay is $13/hour, and you must be willing to work full-time, and on weekends. Start times range from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm CST, and you may work as late as 10:00 pm CST. Your schedule will be set after you complete your training.
Are you looking for a call center position with health benefits? Alorica at Home is hiring customer service agents. You must provide customer service across a variety of industries. The tasks are also varied — you may help troubleshoot a technical problem with one caller and then place an order for another.
This position comes with paid training and plenty of benefits. You must be available at least ten hours each week.
Medical Work-from-Home Jobs With Benefits
Are you interested in a telecommuting job in the healthcare industry? The following companies are looking for candidates.
You will need to review the requirements carefully to ensure you have any required licenses.
Confidentiality is especially important, so you’ll need a secure home office. Your internet must also be reliable and fast. But these can be great jobs for the right person!
Aetna hires registered nurse case managers to work full-time from home. You will be connecting directly with patients and their care team, and you must have five years of experience.
Two weeks of on-site training in the New Albany, Ohio office is required. There are location requirements for the positions, so check the website to see what is available where you live. Use the keyword “Telecommute” to find at-home positions.
Are you a medical coder? Change Healthcare is looking for a remote coding review analyst. You will spend most of your time performing coding and documentation reviews. You need to be familiar with all coding principles, including provider and DME.
Experience is necessary. The company desires to hire candidates with over four years of hospital and physician medical claims experience.
To find their work from home positions, use the search term “Remote” on the company career page.
Anthem is hiring work-at-home benefits analysts, fraud investigators, and more. The requirements and hours vary from position to position, so make sure you carefully read each job description before you apply.
On the company career page, use the search term “Remote” to bring up the positions that are eligible for working from home.
Are you ready to provide remote medical records coding to clients across the nation from the comfort of your own home? LexiCode is hiring remote coders for full-time and part-time positions.
You must pass a coding test, and have at least one year of experience in acute care inpatient coding. Use the search term Remote from the company page to learn more.
Technical Work-from-Home Jobs With Benefits
Are you techy? Do you enjoy developing, maintaining, and selling tech? The following companies are looking for work from home employees in the tech industry.
Dell is hiring for several remote positions, including Sr Systems Engineers, SAP Sales specialists, and Systems Consultants. They also hire for remote customer care agents and a variety of other positions.
Most of the positions are not entry-level and require some experience, but they’d be a great fit for someone who is looking to transition to a telecommute opportunity.
Want to work for Amazon? They’re hiring solution architects, senior infrastructure architects, and senior consultants, along with plenty of other technical and non-technical jobs.
You can find their whole list of work from home positions by navigating to their Virtual Locations job page.
Did you find a telecommuting position with health benefits to apply for? If not, be sure to explore the listings on FlexJobs. They update the site frequently, so if you don’t see something you like now, be sure to head back and check out what’s available later.