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Contemporary Watercrafters

Service: Helper/Trainee-Pool Repair Tech



Job Description
Do you like working outdoors? Are you reliable and do you have a good driving record? Do you have a backyard pool or lifeguarding experience, or are you open to learning new skills?

Contemporary Watercrafters has been making poolside living easy since 1982. We specialize in all facets of bakcyard pool care, setting the standard for professional service by having one of the best trained, high skilled teams in the industry. We currently have openings for Tech-Trainees to join our team.

This entry level position requires working with an experienced Pool Technician as part of a service crew team providing a wide range of services to residential pool owners. Services include pool openings, winterizations, maintenance and cleaning, and pool repairs. This person will perform the duties of a technician's helper while participating in both classroom and in-field on-the-job training. This position is the first step towards becoming a pool cleaner and potentially a certified pool service technician.

Depending on performance and staffing levels, this may be either a seasonal position (ending around Thanksgiving) or a year-round position.

This person has a good driving record, is well organized and has solid customer service and mechanical skills. S/he also has the desire and intiative to learn new skills. Most importantly, this person is extremely reliable and will be able to work at a fast pace while anticipating the needs of his/her team members.







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