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Bike Fitter / Sales Person - BikeBiz

Bike Fitter / Sales Person

Giant St Pauls I City of London I Salary: Negotiable Dependent on Experience I Date Published Thursday 21st June 2018
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Passionate about helping riders improving their performance and comfort on their bikes? We are looking for an experienced Bike Fitter to join our team in the City of London.

Your responsibilities will include helping customers get the best possible fit on their bike to deliver an enhanced riding experience. In addition you will use your experience to help customers with choosing the right bike and / or performance upgrades for their needs.

We offer and range of bike fits dependent on each riders needs and have installed the very latest in bike fitting technology in our studio. Experience with recognised bike fitting systems is highly desirable but it is not essential to be familiar with the STT system we use. We deal with all kinds of riders from people getting their first road bike to competitive road racers and triathletes. We’re looking for someone who can build ongoing relationships with customers and who will build on the excellent reputation we have established in the area.

We are flexible in terms of hours, days of work and would consider applications from people that wish to apply for the role on a contractor / self-employed basis. In return we offer competitive rates of pay, workplace pension scheme (for qualifying employees), generous staff discount and bonus schemes.

We are based in the City of London at Giant St Paul’s, London’s biggest bike shop. The store has great transport links and we can offer secure bike parking also.

Giant St Paul’s is part of the H2 Group. In addition to our retail outlets we operate fitness clubs and secure bike parking in Soho and Victoria.

Interested? Send your CV detailing your experience and a covering letter / email to info@giant-stpauls.co.uk 

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