Interested in working at an aquarium company?

Discussion in 'Events & Announcements' started by Rachel Sarget, Dec 9, 2016.

  1. Hi Bay Area Reefers,

    I work for a small aquarium water testing start up in Vermont and we're looking for a customer service manager. If you've ever thought about turning your passion for aquariums into a job (and don't mind relocating to the snowy northeast), check out our description below!

    Thank you,

    Step Ahead Innovations (SAI) seeks a customer-focused, tech-savvy Customer Service Manager with solid experience with aquariums. The person in this new role will initially support product beta testing while establishing SAI's highly responsive customer service operation and systems in time for product launch in the spring of 2017. As our business grows, this experienced manager will be responsible for scaling our customer service function while recruiting a team for servicing customers throughout North America. Essential qualifications include B.S. Degree, a minimum of 7 years of customer service experience, including 3 years in management, building and supporting strong customer-focused teams, exceptional communication and project management skills, and an ability to support users of technical consumer products. Knowledge and personal experience with aquariums in a hobby or professional setting is required.

    SAI is a rapidly growing startup company focused on real-time aquarium water monitoring using advanced technology and a cloud-based "Internet of Things" user interface. To learn more, please<> or

    For a detailed job description, please visit or email our recruiting partner at She looks forward to hearing from you!
  2. Flagg37

    Flagg37 Officer at large

    Interesting but I can't say I'd ever want to move to Vermont.
    Ashalye and Coral reefer like this.
  3. Gablami

    Gablami Supporting Member

    I hear they have good cheese there...
  4. Flagg37

    Flagg37 Officer at large

    Ooh, do they make Velveta and that canned spray cheese there?
    Last edited: Dec 10, 2016
  5. sfsuphysics

    sfsuphysics Supporting Member

    I don't think so... but I hear you can just go to most any tree around and get pancake syrup from it!

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