Kind of a big deal here
HELP!! The company I am working for is considering opening a third shop to better serve our customers in a bordering state and the islands off our coast. They have tapped me to potentially head it up, or at the least help jump it off the ground. One major piece of the puzzle is to develop a proper job description and salary requirement to do this. The general gist of the job, for the beginning, is to do what I am currently doing. Service tech, construction project bail out crew, remote / semi- on site project manager for three other crews that need a lot of oversight daily, specialty job figurer-outer guy, reluctant salesman... I would also be taking on a decent amount of scheduling for service contract work, seasonal maintenance contracts, and learning a lot of the office work procedures. I don't want to sell myself short on an hourly rate (they want to be fair and pay for every hour of bs I'd deal with as opposed to giving a salary and taking advantage of squeezing hours).