Ambius Customer Service Technician

Company Name:
Ambius
If you're a high-energy self-starter with an interest in horticulture and plant care, then consider Ambius. Ambius enriches the environment and quality of life for people working in offices, hotels, and shopping centers by providing plant displays, holiday d cor, and stunning wall art.
Complete our
top-notch 4-week horticulture skills training
and then wow the customer with your exceptional service! Working as a Customer Service Specialist / Technician can be just the beginning of your career with Ambius. Take your commitment to customer service to the next level, and explore opportunities to progress your career.
Customer Service Specialist / Customer Service Technician
Job Responsibilities
As a Customer Service Specialist, you will provide plant care services on customer premises, working with tropical and blooming plants.
Your duties in the service technician role will include:
Visiting customer facilities such as offices, retail sites, hotels, banks, and corporate centers, as well as watering, pruning, and cleaning plants
Using a variety of plant care tools (hoses, sprayers, etc.) to provide individual care to a host of plant species
Job Requirements
As a Customer Service Specialist, you will have a strong work ethic and keen attention to detail. You will also be able to work independently and possess a genuine desire to service customers by taking the best possible care of the plants in their work environment.
Specific qualifications for the service technician position include:
Valid driver's license with less than 3 infractions in a 36-month period
Ability to navigate offices and other building floor plans, including carrying plant care materials, occasional lifting and climbing of ladders to reach plants on cabinets
For more information go to www.ambius.com or check out the video below:
We are Proudly an Equal Opportunity Employer!
EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability
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http://www1.eeoc.gov/employers/upload/eeoc_self_print_poster.pdf

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