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Come and work in New Zealand

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Evo Cycles is the leading bicycle retailer in New Zealand with 16 specialist bike stores throughout the country. We currently employee 190 staff who live for and love bikes. Last year we opened 5 new stores and this year already we’ve opened new stores in Queenstown, Nelson and two more in Auckland.

We are a family owned and operated business celebrating our 12th year and have no intention of slowing down. At Evo Cycles, our goal is to create a truly global omni-channel bicycle business. We live by, work for and own our values which are ‘Win+Win’, ‘Lead’, ‘All in’ and ‘Improve’. As we grow and evolve our aim is to provide opportunities to our staff to come on that journey and grow as well.

At Evo Cycles it is all about the staff. Without our amazing staff, we would not have the business we have today that our customers trust and love. Our company culture is second to none, with the different stores/locations putting on regular rides (for both staff and customers), café catch ups and of course team bbq’s with a local brew or two.

The current roles we have available are Retail Assistants, Workshop Mechanics, Marketing, Logistics and Management positions. Please contact me for more details on these.

We want applicants who can see themselves relocating to New Zealand and making a life for themselves in the Land of the Long White Cloud. To get an idea of what this beautiful country offers mixed with a dash of Evo Cycles click here for our Instagram.

Applicants will need a valid NZ work visa. Please click here to see options. (Please note as of September 2019, we are going through our Immigration Accreditation and by early 2020 we will have this confirmed).

To apply for this job email your details to markm@evolutioncycles.co.nz.

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