Performing service calls to diagnose and troubleshoot technical problems
Hot tub openings and closings
Repair and maintenance of hot tub and equipment
Delivery and set up of hot tubs
Knowledge of plumbing, electrical systems, and water chemistry
Minimum 2 years experience in Hot Tub Service (preferred)
Working outdoors in all weather conditions required
Some heavy lifting and working within small spaces
Must be able to lift heavy objects
Experience with plumbing and electrical components is a must
Must have a valid driver’s license with a clean driving record
About Pool & Hot Tub Council of Canada
The Pool & Hot Tub Council of Canada is a national, not-for-profit association of companies, organizations and individuals involved in the aquatic leisure industry. Members include builders and contractors, retailers, service providers, manufacturers and distributors of swimming pools, hot tubs and water feature products. Members also include public pool operators and related safety organizations.
Our members promote the safe enjoyment of pools and hot tubs by sharing their knowledge with others. We encourage only the highest standards of quality and professionalism so that all Canadians can take pleasure from our products and services.
Major areas of responsibility for the PHTCC include public awareness campaigns on water safety, promotion of the industry, training and education, advocacy, networking among Members and the facilitation of technological advancement within the sector. Annually, the PHTCC hosts its national convention, the Canadian Pool & Spa Conference & Expo.