Wanted: Part-Time Float Guide
Congrats! You’ve found this humble webpage with a rare opportunity to work at Singapore’s only float centre. We promise it’s a job like no other. If you’re looking for a job that is meaningful and unlike the 9 to 5 routine, this might be for you. Read on:
Here’s what we’re hoping sounds like you (yes, you reading this page): You have an interest in wellness, meditation, and/or optimisation of the mind and body. You are also able to deliver high standards of hospitality (or at least excited to learn how to), absolutely attentive to detail, and your friends can’t stop telling you their problems because you are empathetic and emotionally intelligent.
The perks? Learn to run an unconventional business, grow the float/meditation community in Asia, and be inspired as you help others achieve personal growth and wellness. You’ll also enjoy free floats – an excellent opportunity to unlock your own personal growth.
“This transitory period which I spent at PAFC gave clarity to the different shifts in my mental state and provided an excellent environment for personal growth. Floating makes me really conscious of my negative thought patterns and cognitive biases; allowing me to understand how they may have been constructed based on external influences or past experiences.”
—Yushan, float crew
“The best part about the job has been sharing conversations with fellow floatheads. People are usually guarded by nature, but after a good float, they do loosen up a bit. When that happens, we get to share some beautiful, fleeting moments of connectivity. I consider myself to be a bit of an introvert sometimes, so it’s a nice change to be coming out of my shell.”
—Cherie, float crew
Keen to apply? Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your CV/resume.
Here’s what the job scope covers:
- Help run the float club’s daily operations.
– Welcome and guide first-time floaters
– Build relationships with clients
– Light cleaning and maintenance of the space and float pods
- – Minimum 6 months commitment
- – Able to commit at least 3 shifts a week (6 hours each, 1 weekend)
- – Excellent communication skills
- – Openness to learning new things
- – Creative problem-solving skills
- – Experience in customer service preferred