Top five jobs of the week

Kieran Howells
Top five jobs of the week

With over 660 positions filled in 2016, the BikeBiz online jobs board is going from strength to strength. As the number of listings grows on a daily basis, we’re keeping you up-to-date with the latest and greatest jobs on offer to the industry.

1. Workshop team leader
A vacancy has arisen for a Workshop Team Leader to run the workshop operation at Gorilla Coffee Café. The position requires an experienced cycle mechanic who has also had experience of purchasing, budget management, staff management and customer engagement. The role is customer facing and very diverse. Primarily focused on undertaking cycle repairs, the role will at times require the candidate to meet with corporate clients, run workshops and engage with cycling groups. Full job description and how to apply here.

2. Various roles
Chain Reaction Cycles is searching for various new members of staff including a buying manager, who will interact with all departments in buying and across the business to ensure customer experience is enhanced and develops at pace, ensuring that buying teams adopt new ways of working as they are developed. They are key points of contact with suppliers. Other positions that are open include a buyer role, a B&M assistant, a merchandising manager and a merchandiser.Full job description and how to apply here.

3. Mechanical/ sales staff
TBE Bikes is Western Australia's biggest Cycle retailer. with six locations around the Perth metropolitan area, it caters for all levels of cyclist. Due to its recemt business expansion and the coming Summer season, it is looking for both mechanical and sales staff, for the upcoming period. Applicants should be experienced and trained. They should be prepared to travel to Western Australia for the Summer and most importantly, due to the strict visa restrictions in place, they must be eligible for a Working Holiday Visa.Full job description and how to apply here.

4. Area sales manager
i-Ride is looking for a new area sales manager to join the team. This is an exciting and varied role that will entail field sales, relationship building and shop staff training whilst working closely with i-Ride’s office-based sales team to meet and exceed sales targets.  Attending shows and events will add extra variety and there will be opportunities for international travel to meet suppliers and attend international trade shows. Successful candidates will have relevant experience in and a passion for cycling and/or triathlon as well as a proven track record working as a Sales Representative. Full job description and how to apply here.

5. Bicycle mechanic
Padstow Cycle Hire is looking for an experienced and enthusiastic bicycle mechanic to join the team in its busy hire shop on the Camel Trail in Padstow. The right candidate will also be expected to assist with some cycle hire duties if required. Duties will include servicing and maintaining a fleet of 200 plus hire bikes, building bikes for stock, ex-hire bike sales, service and advice, plus some cycle hire. The candidate will need to have workshop experience building and repairing bikes to a high safety standard and be capable of running a busy workshop. Full job description and how to apply here.

Nearly 270,000 people checked in on the busy jobs page last year; our latest statistics show that the majority of visitors check the site on a daily basis, contributing directly to our number one position on Google for bike jobs searches in the UK.

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