Sub-Contractor Network Partner

Assemblers, Inc. Poplar Bluff , MO 63902

Posted 2 weeks ago

Job Description:

#WeBuildItAll! #WeBuildNetworks! #GrowYourBusiness!

From in-home delivery with assembly and installation services to in-store retail assembly: Assemblers Incorporated is the Nation's #1 provider of assembly services and we are GROWING!

Grow with us and expand your business with Assemblers, Inc. as a Sub-Contractor Network Partner!!!

We offer flexible scheduling, independent work environments, and an opportunity for business development and retail partnerships. We are looking for energetic, customer service driven, sub-contracting companies and individuals who thrive in delivering the ultimate in-home White Glove Customer Service experience!

We Deliver and Assemble:

  • Bicycles

  • Basketball Goals

  • Trampolines

  • Fitness Equipment

  • Indoor / Outdoor Furniture

  • Grills

  • And much more!

We Offer:

  • Opportunities to add to your book of business

  • Major National Retail Partner Introductions

  • Competitive Pay

  • And much more!

Job Requirements

The position of In-Home Sub Contractor is a 1099 position that performs residential delivery, assembly and/or service jobs as needed in the designated geographic area assigned.

Position Responsibilities

  • Complete residential delivery and/or assembly jobs, service calls, and pm services.

  • Report required information to the National Field Support Center, via the queue, as prescribed.

  • Ensure helpers are available for any jobs requiring two or more people.

  • Drive sales through customer service, adhere to company programs, and meet customer expectations.

  • Uphold company standards and procedures.

  • Travel to multiple customer locations to perform jobs or to pick up merchandise.

  • Complete invoice for billing purposes/daily payment processing.

  • Attend all required conference calls.

Position Requirements

  • 2 years of related management or industry related experience.

  • Excellent customer service and communication skills.

  • General skills in MS Office.

  • Valid driver's license.

  • Required availability including evenings, weekends, and holidays.

  • Must be at least 21 years of age.

  • Ability to provide an acceptable background.

  • Ability to pass a drug screen.

Compensation

Piece Work Commission/1099


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