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Alaska Mining & Diving Supply (AMDS) is proud to be a premier dealer for Ski-Doo, Can-Am, Evinrude, Honda, Kingfisher, Lowe, Ski-Doo, Sea-Doo, and Yamaha. We offer snowmobiles, ATVs, boats, generators, metal detectors, mining equipment, outboards, snowmobiles, and watercraft. We service what we sell and have done so since 1976. We are an Employee owned company and you can be an owner too. Check out our latest products and services on our website: http://www.akmining.com 

 We are hiring: Mining Department Expert

  •  Provide an EXCEPTIONAL customer experience.
  •  The Mining Department position has the opportunity to interact with hundreds of customers to assist them in purchasing metal detectors and recreational mining equipment. The goal is to create an exceptional buying experience and to build customer loyalty.
  •  Accurately price parts and accessories
  •  Promptly assist both the online and retail guest in a friendly and courteous manner.
  •  Answer telephone calls promptly, courteously, and make every effort to satisfy the caller's inquiry.
  •  Stock incoming inventory in the correct location.
  •  Maintain the Mining Department in clean and orderly manner.
  •  Provide customers with needed information and offer additional sales opportunities.
  •  Create and maintain merchandising displays to promote product sales.
  •  Demonstrate communication and interpersonal skills
  •  Ability to use social media channels and online sales tools for market and selling products
  •  Strong sales ability including ability to learn new products a must! Any prior knowledge of metal detectors and recreational mining equipment a very strong plus.

 This position pays an hourly base + commission.

Download a job application here

About Alaska Mining & Diving Supply (AMDS)

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Long story short Brian Berkhahn, the current department head, is moving on to other things. I don't make much of it here on the forums but I am an original founder of this company. My partner and I financed the sale of the company to the employees, and it is now run for the direct benefit of them and their families. It is structured now as a federally mandated Employee Stock Option Plan and therefore is not your typical mom and pop company. I still sit on the corporate board to oversee and advise when needed. That being the case I would be available in an advisory role to help this person get situated. A passion for metal detecting and social media communications skills would be a great thing here, and this job can provide a lifetime employment opportunity for the right person.

The company is a multi line detector dealer - Fisher, Garrett, Minelab, White’s and they just took on Makro/Nokta. Primarily Keene mining gear with lots of other misc vendors. I should point out that the job affords many opportunities to use the latest and greatest machines.

Visit the website links above to learn more about the company and its extensive product lines.

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Wish i were younger.  Been to Alaska once and loved it.  I like the sound of the job.  Too bad I can’t apply.  

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