About Us

Our mission is to empower people to lead healthy and blissful lives. We bring delicious and nutritious drinks and snacks into the office workplace, where people spend a majority of their lives. We seek out the healthiest and tastiest foods to ensure our customers are happy, healthy and more productive.

This is an exciting opportunity to represent a fast growing organic food and wellness start-up. This role will be traveling from site to site in the city of San Francisco. As a Happiness Manager (Account Manager), you will play an essential role in delivering a delightful experience to our customers and sharing our mission to  start-ups like Clever, Cruise, Apple, Giphy, Slack, Indeed and many more!

The Role

  • Manage a budget and collaborate on fiscal strategy
  • Corporate customer account management for tech start-ups like Clever, Cruise, Lyft, Apple, Giphy, Slack and more
  • Collaborate with an seasoned exceptional HR team to recruit, train, lead and mentor Happiness Ambassadors
  • Evangelize in-office user experience by designing and launching sleek kitchenette spaces
  • Tackle logistics problems and facilitate inventory processes
  • Partner with connections and growth specialists to share our mission to prospective clients

About You

  • Must have 2+ years of experience in account management with budget (preferably in hospitality/food and beverage)
  • Experience in B2B preferred
  • Must have 1+ years of experience managing employees (experience working with hourly workforce preferred)
  • Strong communication skills, a relationship builder and proven leadership ability
  • Fanatical focus on providing excellent customer experience
  • Highly detail oriented, efficient and an operational strategist
  • Bachelor's degree in humanities, business or social science preferred
  • Must have a reliable transportation and travel from site to site (HQ is in Burlingame but middle location of sites covered is Palo Alto)

Full benefits are available; including 100% coverage for medical, dental and vision premiums, short and long-term disability, life insurance, 401k, unlimited PTO, personal & professional growth trainings, monthly wellness events  and a fully stocked kitchen with healthy snacks and beverages!

This is a perfect way to get your foot into the door at a fast growing startup company. We've been around for over two years and our customers love what we do. Our cultural values are FORCE (fun, open, respectful, collaborative, and excellent). If you are passionate about your health, organic food, nutrition and wellness and are looking for a fast-paced, fun place to work with a vibrant culture, we want you to join our team!

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