Aquarium Service Manager (part or full time, 25-40 hours per week)
The service manager oversees our aquarium servicing program, in which our aquarium technicians go to client-owned residential and commercial aquariums to perform routine maintenance and cleaning. Core working times are weekday mornings, with the option to extend to afternoons or weekends for those who want a full 40-hour schedule. Primary responsibilities include:
Aqua Lab Aquaria is a newly-formed aquarium designer, retailer, and service provider in San Jose. The operation is still very small, but being investor-backed there are ambitious growth plans. As a quickly growing start-up, we are figuring out many things as we go, so there are opportunities to really shape the way our company works. A willingness to learn, experiment, and fail is critical as we work through growing pains and expand the business together. A good degree of flexibility is required as the responsibilities of the role continuously redefine themselves. Team members are often required to wear many hats and are expected to collaborate with other team members on various objectives including sales, customer service, inventory management, data entry, and other tasks.
There is huge potential for a long and rewarding career in a high-level position for the right candidate, who will have their sights set on a managerial/ownership role. We’re looking for someone who will hit the ground running and become fully immersed in the role with a desire to move up and take on more responsibilities.
What Aqua Lab Aquaria has to offer:
Rate of pay: starting at $15 per hour, increasing with experience & performance, plus bonuses for each service performed
Please apply by sending a resume and a carefully crafted cover letter, including your career aspirations and reasons why you would be a good candidate. Please send all applications and questions to email@example.com with the subject “Service Manager”. Aquarium owners: please include pictures of your aquarium with your application and you will be moved to the top of the call-back list.