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. Parts brands assistant
i-Ride is searching for a new parts brands assistant. In the role, you will be involved in the ranging, buying and lifecycle management of products from within the company’s parts brands. This will involve meeting and building strong relationships with key suppliers in order to obtain product information, create purchase orders, maintain accurate delivery dates and keep availability levels high. You will also work closely with the internal sales and marketing teams to keep them updated with product information. Full job description and how to apply here.
2. Clothing category manager
Rutland Cycling is now looking to recruit to a key role in its head office commercial team for those with clothing buying experience, a determination to be the best, and a passion for cycling. At the heart of a company enjoying rapid growth across all channels, you will take ownership of clothing performance both online and in store. Rutland Cycling is looking for someone with a track record in identifying the latest trends in cycle clothing and acting on this to drive sales performance. Full job description and how to apply here.
3. Event mechanic
Le Loop is an event that covers the entire route of the Tour de France one week before the pros and raises money to help disadvantaged young people. The event organiser is looking for a mechanic who’s used to working with high end bikes and can solve problems and fix things on the move. The job is to drive a luggage van and spend the evenings fixing bikes as cyclists arrive at the hotel. Most of all, it needs someone who’s happy to muck in and be part of the team. The job involves driving a van, loading luggage, filling water bottles and helping all the other 14 staff - as well as taking care of the mechanic jobs. Full job description and how to apply here.
4. Sales/ mechanics
Cadence Performance is focused on offering services for cyclists beyond selling bike kit and fixing bikes. Its aim is to offer cyclists a local hub for all their cycling needs. Working for Cadence Performance, you will need to be outgoing and communicative, open minded to all types of cycling activity and love everything about the Giant brand – as they are its key partner. You will also need to be open minded about promoting the store through ride outs, talks, books signings, bike fitting, maintenance classes and indoor classes for cyclists. Full job description and how to apply here.
5. Junior copywriter
Sigma Sport lives and breathes road cycling and triathlon and the team wants its years of experience and knowledge reflected on its website. The ideal candidate will have experience working with various types of content including digital, social and print. You will work within Sigma Sport’s busy digital content team and be based at its head office in Hampton Wick, Surrey. This exciting opportunity is where you can connect your career with your passions. 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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