The BikeBiz jobs board filled over 450 positions in 2020, and listings are still on the rise. Here’s our latest top five…
Stif Mountain Bikes is looking for a hard-working and enthusiastic warehouse and mail-order assistant to join us at our HQ. Stif is one of the UK’s leading mountain bike stores, with a successful website and two retail locations, you would be joining a busy team of passionate staff. We pride ourselves on industry-leading customer service. The products that we specialise in and sell are some of the very best that the industry has to offer, and our customers are often discerning enthusiasts. In line with this, the attention to detail and level of customer service required from any of our staff needs to be very high.
As the business continues to grow at a fast pace there is now a need for an experienced bicycle marketing manager who will report into the global head of bicycle marketing. The bicycle marketing manager is responsible for contributing to the marketing strategy and owning the delivery, analysis and continual improvement of the marketing plan and its implementation. This will be facilitated through the development and management of a discipline-specific marketing team.
The workshop manager will be responsible for the overall running and management of our workshop. The role will report into Dmitro Khroma, CTO and Co-Founder, and will be supported by one team member, already in role. This role will cover four key areas: R&D, technical customer support, returns and warranty, and video production.
This role manages all bicycle social media channels to drive growth in terms of reach, engagement with the brand. It also includes researches and analyses social media trends, including social media ad revenue and web visitor data, to improve social media and brand presence and campaign efficacy. Works with various departments internally to promote overall brand through all social media channels. The remit also includes YouTube for development of our channels and day to day management.
Currently, we have an opportunity for an experienced mechanic to join our assembly team based at our Sussex HQ to work on high-level Orro and DeRosa bicycle production. The job role will be hand assembling premium carbon framesets into bicycles using the world’s best componentry from Shimano, Fulcrum, Campagnolo, SRAM. A good working knowledge of road and gravel bikes is essential and the preferred applicant should have achieved a minimum Cyctech level 1 pass and be willing to attend further training – both in-house and also at a brand level.
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