at Nouria Energy in Auburn, Maine, United States
Position: Car Wash Manager in Training
Reports to: Car Wash Manager
Golden Nozzle Car Wash began in the 1970's as a complement to a group of gas stations operating in Western Massachusetts. The name 'Golden Nozzle' derived from the color of the gas pump handles at the fueling stations. Since becoming part of the Nouria family in 2016, the chain has grown and expanded from seventeen (17) original locations to fifty (50) and counting! Golden Nozzle Car Wash continues to open and rebrand existing car wash facilities in five New England states.
If you have a good attitude, like working with people and are ready to work hard, you have come to the right place. Nouria Energy is committed to hiring quality people and taking good care of them so they will take good care of our customers. Customers visit our stores for much more than a good value on gasoline and products, they come for the value of a warm smile and courteous welcome.
The Manager in Training 's primary responsibility is to participate in training experiences, learn new skills, and to demonstrate increasing proficiency and expertise with managerial responsibilities. The management trainee program will prepare the trainee for decisions s/he will be making, and the actions s/he will be taking in the areas of people management, operations management, and resolution of customer complaints when s/he assumes the role of store manager. The MIT assists the Manager in all aspects of daily shift management by performing the following duties.
Our company offers an additional weekly bonus on cars washed and monthly passes sold and gives team members the opportunity to continue growing their skills while advancing their career within the organization.
Golden Nozzle Managers in Training average $48,000 to $51,000 annually with wages and performance-based bonus included
The three key results for a manager are:
- Increasing customer satisfaction. The measures are:
- Increasing the speed of vehicles through the wash (speed)
- Decreasing the number of errors made while cleaning the vehicle (quality and safety)
- Increasing the positive feelings of the customer for the entire experience (friendliness)
- Increasing bottom line revenue. The measures are:
- Increasing the extra-service sales (dollar per car)
- Maintaining labor percentages within acceptable ranges (human resource management)
- Maintain budgeted operational costs (optimization)
- Developing Skills. The measures are:
- Obtaining full utilization of production procedures (100%)
- Increasing the number of tasks performed per person (cross-training)
- Decreasing problems with equipment and chemicals (shutdowns)
Must have your own reliable transportation and valid driver's license.
Weekend reliability - one weekend day required.
For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website.