Are you a MilSpouse Looking for a Flexible Job?

We live in an exciting time to be a milspouse. Even five years ago, work from home jobs seemed sketchy and often were scams that fleeced the unlucky people who tried them on for size. Now, work from home positions are plentiful and offered by legitimate companies and organizations. As military spouses, we finally have a way to start and keep a career or a job. It means more financial stability for our families, a new-found sense of self-worth for ourselves, and the ability to positively contribute with our skills and abilities.


There are many possibilities for work from home jobs– you just need to know yourself and know where to look.

Would I excel at a work from home job?

It’s a basic question, but an important one. If you know that you can get up every day, organize your own time and get things done well and on-time, you are a perfect fit for this kind of work modality. If you know you’ll never get out of bed– much less take a shower and put on pants– you need more structure and a work from home job might not be for you.

How much time do I have?

This is especially important if you’re looking for a part-time position. Know how much time you can allot to the job and what time constraints you do have. While it might limit your initial job search, its better to find a job that fits your lifestyle than feeling like you can’t deliver on what you promised.

How flexible is this job?

Military spouses often shoulder extra familial responsibilities when their spouses are deployed, training, or otherwise away. Can you create your own schedule or are the times you must work more rigid?

How legit is this organization?

Even though there are a cornucopia of options for legitimate work from home jobs, there are also still some sleazy individuals who are just trying to make a buck… off of you. Do your research and know if the opportunities you’re looking at are backed by upstanding businesses/organizations. If a work from home opportunity comes up that requires money up front, it’s a scam. If the organization doesn’t want you to sign a contract, beware. If you’re never given tax forms to fill out and are expected to accept the money “under the table,” watch out. Trust your gut if things seem shady.


Is this job military-friendly?

It’s a worry that keeps many military spouses from answering that hated interview question, “So, what brought you here?” Generally speaking, work from home jobs are more understanding of family circumstances because they can be done from anywhere at virtually any time. Still,  you’ll want to know– even just for your own peace of mind– if your employer understands (or at least can work with) the challenges that being a military family entails.

Looking for a job?  This one isn’t completely “work from home” but it is still flexible and super rewarding!

If you want to work for a military-friendly employer and help military families move into your area, we want you to apply to become a Customer Advocate Representative. Our partners newly created CAR position helps military families move with ease and the presence of mind that there is another military-affiliated person looking out for them.

Job Description:

  • Develop rapport and credibility with customer
  • Identify customer’s needs and communicate with onsite crews and home office to drive a quality experience that exceeds customer’s expectations
  • Follow training and standards to ensure consistency
  • Participate in periodic quality analytics review
  • Provide minimal hands on involvement during packing and/or delivery and work with crew leader and home office
  • Understand move process, documentation, claims overview provide explanations to customer
  • Maintain awareness of customer’s level of satisfaction
  • Interact with service crews to insure high quality service delivery
  • Purchase meals and refreshments (if appropriate) for service crew members


  • Excellent customer service skills with positive “can do” attitude
  • Personal smartphone and internet access required
  • Basic computer skills
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Reliable transportation and appropriate insurance required (must be able to travel by car – 60 mile radius)
  • Must be able to pass criminal background check and drug screen
  • Former military member or spouse preferred
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to develop and maintain positive working relationships with military members and service providers
  • Exhibit initiative and work independently; interpersonal skills

Availability in following locations:

Alabama-Birmingham, Montgomery

California-Fresno, Ft. Irwin, Monterey, Sacramento




Kansas—Fort Leavenworth, Fort Riley

Louisiana-Ft. Polk





Nevada-Las Vegas

New York-Fort Drum/Watertown

North Dakota-Minot AFB


Rhode Island-Providence

Texas—El Paso and Houston

Utah-Salt Lake City




We want you! Apply by submitting your cover letter and resume to


    1. Is this job only for spouses of military active duties? What about for a retired person who had been a First Sergeant with an excellent service skills and has all the requirements the position request?

      Thanks in advance for reading this email.

      Emmy Becerra

    2. Hello Emmy,

      No, this job is not only for spouses of active duty. By all means email to have all of your questions answered and pass along your resume while you are at it.

      Have a great day,

    1. Hello Erica,

      That is funny that you mentioned that. Our client asked if that was a bit misleading and I said that I thought it didn’t matter much. She was right! I will fix the post right now. The job is flexible but does require some travel.

      Sorry about that!

    1. Hey Kara,

      Please send an email to

      Thank you for your interest,

  1. You cannot employ someone with a condition of base access. A military ID card holder would also need to get base access through security channels and cannot profit from their military ID card. Shame on this company.

    1. What she is saying is we can not use our base access to do work on base unless the company has approval from base to conduct business. Do these companies have legal permission?

    2. Hey Missy,

      Got it. Oh yes, they have legal permission to work on base for sure :).

      Thank you for the clarification,

    1. Hello Sheila,

      Please direct your question to

      Thank you,

  2. So who is the “crew members” and wouldwe have to pay out of our own pocket to purchase “food and drinks” for them and will they be coming to my home ? Iam confused about that.

    1. Hello Opal,

      The crew members would be the packers and movers of the moving team. No, you would not have to pay out of your own pocket for food and drinks. They won’t be coming to your home. They will be coming to the home of the family in which they are moving.

      Thank you for the questions.

      Let us know if you need any more guidance,

  3. What is the name of the company? I see information about the position, but I don’t even know who I am addressing!

    1. Hi Sara,

      Due to the nature of the position, the company would prefer to first screen applicants and then disclose their identity to candidates for the position. The company is a well-established, multi-million-dollar leader in its industry. They have been in business for almost 100 years.

      I hope this helps answer your question.

      Have a great day,

  4. Hi ! I’m interested I will be stationed with my husband since July, Can I apply for this position?

  5. What if the active member trying to get few hours can I apply still I am in pensacola.

  6. Are there openings in the Fort Walton Beach Florida area? Can someone apply for this as a second job?

  7. Hello,
    I have tried emailing you the information you needed to apply to this job and twice my Email has been sent back to me. They are unable to find your email address. I would love to apply for this position. So if there is anyway to help that would be great.

  8. Hello! I’m interesting in apply for the opportunity. However, any time I try to send my resume and cover letter my email get returned to me saying it is unable to be delivered. I was wondering if there was possible another email address to send it too.
    Thank you,
    Serena Coffe

  9. Are these all locati No that need to be filled now? We may be transferring to one of the locations soon. Should I apply now or wait closer to when we would move?

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