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Looking for work? Try the BikeBiz Jobs Board

68 Industry vacancies currently available on the BikeBiz Jobs Board
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Are you currently looking for work? Or perhaps a fresh challenge in the cycling industry? If so, head over to the BikeBiz Jobs Board, where 68 vacancies are on offer. 

Among the highlight roles on the board this week, Wheelbase is on the lookout for someone with a bit of creative flair to fill its Web and Print Designer role. Then there's the job of the week a Parts, Accessories and Clothing buyer's role with Tweek's Cycles in Wales.

If your forte is marketing, two roles are awaiting the right candidate. Both Sram and The Telegraph Media Group are looking for the right candidate.

Perhaps you've prior experience of managing a bike shop? If that's the case UBYK, Alpine bikes, Hoops Velo, Cycle Surgery and Lucky Brakes are interested in hearing from you.

Further management roles, ranging product management to National Cycling Manager at Parkwood Leisure can be found here. 

If you're handy with the spanners, there's currently 19 different roles for the mechanic.

There's plenty more too, so if you're looking for work, have a peruse of the vacancies here.

For frequent updates on jobs posted to our board, follow @bikebizjobs on Twitter.

To post a position of your own, contact Richard Setters on rsetters@nbmedia.com.

Featured Jobs

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Senior Sales Executive

BikeExchange I UK I Salary TBC Depending on level of experience I Date published Tuesday 31st July 2018

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Bike Project Manager

Bespoke Biking CIC I The Bike Hub Winchester I Salary: £20-25k DOE I Date Published Tuesday 24th July 2018

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Technical Service Mechanic

Canyon Bicycles UK Ltd I Kingston upon Thames I Competitive Salary I Date Published Monday 6th August 2018

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Giant Bicycles I Leicester I Salary: Competitive Salary Experience Depending I Date Published Wednesday 8th August 2018