We are a creative arcade and events company based in San Francisco and Los Angeles that specializes in the placement of classic arcade games and photo-booths in bars. We are looking for an organized and excited individual to: learn how to maintain these machines in the Northern California market, optimize and manage our workshop, and assist our operations manager in day-to-day tasks and special projects.
You will directly contribute to the maintenance and repair of our games at our partner locations. On-the-job training will be made available in how to operate and repair these machines, and no arcade or electronics experience is needed. We will happily train the right candidate! You must be meticulous, organized, friendly, a strong problem solver, and able to communicate well with our partner location’s staff and management.
This part-time position will require a few hours of weekend work on both Saturday and/or Sunday, but carries a flexible schedule during the week.
Maintenance of our machines at partner locations (such as bars and restaurants) with a goal of maximum up-time.
Optimizing and managing our workshop, and keeping inventory up to date
Scheduled visits to bars to ensure all equipment is operating properly
Ensure partner bars are satisfied and happy, documenting any concerns or issues regarding game operations and bar relations
Cash handling, pulling revenue from equipment, and ensuring prompt day of delivery to our San Francisco office
Work alongside management to ensure overall success of the business
Must be meticulous and organized
Focused and committed to solving tasks efficiently
Ability to read through product manuals and find solutions to issues
Proficiency with gmail and other web / mobile applications to communicate and report issues
Current driver's license with a clean and safe driving record
Highly organized with exceptional follow-through abilities
Strong verbal and written communications
Ability to lift at least 50 pounds and more on a regular basis
Understanding of Google Apps (such as Gmail), Project management software of any kind, and basic collaboration software (such as Dropbox)