Traveling Supervisor


Hot Shots Imaging Supervisor

Location: "The Marvel Experience", the world's first hyper-reality tour!

Pay: $14 hour
Are you looking for a fun and exciting job where you get to travel? Then Hot Shots Imaging is exactly what you are looking for.
Hot Shots Imaging is looking for people with a positive attitude, can motivate and lead by example.
Why work for us?
Work Environment: We offer an exciting work environment at a prime tourist attraction where your customers are happy to be there! You get the opportunity to meet new people every day and travel to many different places!
Fast Growing Company: Hot Shots Imaging operates photo concessions for tourist attractions and iconic destinations. Hot Shots clients include Hoover Dam, Coors Brewery Tour, and Bigfoot Zipline. We are constantly looking for new opportunities!
Supervisors will help run the photo concession operation for "The Marvel Experience". Supervisors will help motivate and train Imaging Sales Associates. Imaging Sales Associates rotate between three roles that include the photographer, photo preparation, and sales. Supervisors must be able to work in a fast paced environment.
Supervisor's Primary Responsibilities:
o Help train and educate Imaging Sales Associates.
o Understand and file daily reports.
o Uphold high sales.
o Assist Imaging Sales Associates when needed.
o Help manage inventory.
o Help schedule and maintain staff.
o Help ensure Team Members are providing superior customer service.
Knowledge and Skill Requirements:
o Possess a positive attitude at all times.
o Willing to travel for 1 year or more (with little to no possibility to travel home).
o Maintain a professional appearance and provide a positive company image to the public.
o Understanding of computers, printers, and cameras.
o Supervisory experience.
o Self-starter with people skills.
o Valid driver's license and 18+ years old.
o Hot Shots will train imaging skills.
o Sales experience is a plus.
o Pass drug and background test.
o Able to have a passport by mid-June.

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