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. eCommerce digital content administrator
Madison is looking for a new eCommerce digital content administrator to be situated in its Milton Keynes headquarters. The successful candidate will be working as part of the in-house digital team, providing detailed product content and merchandising support for the company’s eCommerce platforms. This varied role will support the day to day website operations and will include; managing product listings, on-site merchandising and promotions, copy and image updates, reporting, troubleshooting and more. In short, the company requires a bright team player who has the ability to deliver detailed product content across various brand categories associated with the business. Full job description and how to apply here.

2. Bike Mechanic
Rutland Cycling is looking for a new bike mechanic to join its team in Peterborough. The ideal candidate will be Cytech qualified, although the shop is willing to provide the necessary training. In-depth mechanical knowledge is a must, and will ideally be matched by the candidate’s ability to be a flexible team player. Being able to deliver afirst class technical service to Rutland Cycling’s customers is essential, as the shop maintains high quality standards and efficient turnaround times on maintenance and repair work. They will also be called upon to sell parts and accessories at the workshop counter utilising sales skills. Full job description and how to apply here.

3. Chief mechanic
Swinley Bike Hub is looking for a new chief mechanic to join its Berkshire store. The successful candidate will be professional, enthusiastic, passionate and be a craftsman with knowledge to solve problems independently and as part of the wider team. The chief mechanic will have a small team in the workshop and will hold ultimate responsibility for all serving, warranty, process and revenue generation in relation to the workshop side of the business; they will report to the trail centre Manager. Although a distinct area of the business, given the community and location of Swinley Bike Hub in the forest, the successful candidate will interact with customers regularly, and be part of the team. Full job description and how to apply here.

4. Area manager
Cadence Performance is looking for a new area manager to join the company in South East England. The company is seeking an accomplished manager from the cycle retail trade, with an exceptional track-record in growing business. The ideal candidate will think outside the box and believe that the cycle retail model has to change. The Cadence approach is very different to the traditional bike shop and it is defining its own interpretation of experiential retail with a strong emphasis on membership and higher margin services. Coming from a traditional retail background, the candidate may not have direct experience of this approach so they will need to be a fast learner. Aboveall they have to be driven by the desire to create something completely new and disruptive in the market. Full job description and how to apply here.

5. Bike sales and marketing
Peak Cycle Sport is looking for a new bike sales and marketing specialist to join its team in Cheshire. The right candidate will be enthusiastic, reliable, accurate, experienced and be given a great opportunity to contribute to the future success of the growing Peak CycleSport business. The candidate will assist with sales, bike fits and handovers, general admin including warranty processing, light workshop tasks, website management and social media marketing, accompanying customers on test rides, helping organise outside events. There's a lot of variety to keep things interesting but they’ll be working with highly experienced team members. Full job description and how to apply here.

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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. For more info on the jobs page, or advice on how to post, contact Richard Setters at rsetters@nbmedia.com or on 02073546028. Keep updated on BikeBiz jobs on Twitter at @bikebizjobs

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