Spa Service Technicians
Pomin's Tahoe Hot Tubs has been servicing hot tubs for 45 years and is looking to expand our strong workforce! We are looking for Spa Service Technicians for our constantly growing business!
Will train upon hire! - Weekly pay with paid training. - Permanent, year-round outdoor work. - Dog friendly. - Service spas in North Lake Tahoe and Truckee with a company vehicle. - Health Insurance after 90-days. 401(k) after 1-year.
You Must: - Live locally. - Have adequate transportation and attire for summer and winter. - Have a clean driving record. - Have a working cell phone. - Be willing to learn. All inquiries welcome!
The Pomin family legacy is woven into the fabric of Lake Tahoe’s history. The Pomins became one of Lake Tahoe’s founding families in 1862 when Captain Ernest John Pomin (Randy’s great grandfather) became the first and longest-running captain of the Steamer Tahoe—the largest steamship to ever sail across the lake. Captain Pomin was at the helm of the Steamer almost daily from the launch date in 1890 until his retirement in 1917.
Later, Ernie Pomin (Randy’s grandfather) worked as chief machinist for the Lake Tahoe Railway & Transportation Co., a narrow gauge railroad running between Tahoe City and Truckee. He would manually rebuild steam engines during the winter season in the roundhouse at the end of the tracks. Ernie’s son Robert (Randy’s father) continued the legacy of the Pomins family of skilled laborers and built piers and docks along the shores of Lake Tahoe for 35 years, from 1950 to 1985. During this time he started a family with Violet Pomin (Randy’s mother) who was a second-generation Tahoe City resident. Her father, Arthur Daniel Brodehl, was the skipper of the Marian B, the Tahoe mail boat from 1934 until 1941.