West London cycling and triathlon retailer Sigma Sport is seeking a number of new staff as part of the business’s expansion.
The full and part-time roles range from mechanics roles, to sales and management of its Kingston Specialized Concept store. Telling BikeBiz that they see ‘store front retail as a key driver to the business going forwards’, the firm has reported a 26 per cent growth in sales year on year and is looking to replicate that form again in future.
Sigma’s Calvin Cox added: "As always we want to ensure we continue to offer the highest levels of customer service, so we are on the hunt for the right people to help bring that to our business."
Several roles are sought, which you can view and apply for below:
The first is an in-house mechanic’s role. You will need to be trained to Cytech level 2/3 with at least one year’s experience in the building, servicing and maintenance of bikes (both road and off road) of a value of £1,000 or more. Find out more here: http://www.bikebiz.com/jobs/read/mechanic-full-time
Next up, a full time Triathlon salesperson is sought, preferably with a knowledge of bike fitting. More is found here: http://www.bikebiz.com/jobs/read/triathlon-salesperson-full-time
Both full and part time sales assistant’s are sought to assist in shop floor and online orders. For further details on these positions, see here: http://www.bikebiz.com/jobs/read/salesperson-full-time-part-time-positions
This is a unique opportunity to manage one of the largest Specialized Concept Stores in the UK. Now into it’s third year of trading, you’ll be tasked with further growing this aspect of the business: http://www.bikebiz.com/jobs/read/store-manager-20
For anyone with prior warehouse experience, Sigma also has a pick and packing role available as part of its expansion of the mail order side of its trade: http://www.bikebiz.com/jobs/read/mail-order-dispatcher-2