BikeBiz top five jobs of the week

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. Bike mechanic
Revo Bikes is looking for a bike mechanic to join the team in Wales. Reporting to the director, the successful applicant will ideally be Cytech qualified, have good IT skills and above all have a thorough understanding of why the company all rides bikes and wants to share this passion with its customers. Retail experience would be highly beneficial but a positive attitude and ‘can do’ approach to work and life is a must. You should be able to work well under pressure and use your initiative to deliver a first class experience to customers. Full job description and how to apply here.

2. Physiotherapist
A highly motivated and professional physiotherapist is required to join the growing facility at BW Cycling in Bristol. There is a clinic area and also rehab gym facility on site. Applicants must be qualified and have interest in cycling and other disciplines such as triathlon and running. The ideal candidate will be very organised and able to manage their time efficiently. Full job description and how to apply here.

3. Assistant manager
Cambridge Cycle Co is looking for a new assistant manager to join its Cambridge shop. To fulfil this role, you will need to be a good all rounder, enthusiastic about working with bikes and have a strong sales background, ideally gained within the cycle industry. You will have excellent interpersonal and organisational skills and a high level of self-motivation. Familiarity with epos systems and social networking is essential. An aptitude for repairing and preparing bikes would be advantageous. The role provides the ideal opportunity for those seeking more responsibility and to further their career in an expanding small company where you are treated as an equal partner rather than a number. Full job description and how to apply here.

4. Customer support
British e-bikes manufacturer VOLT is currently looking for a motivated candidate to join its busy team. The role will primarily involve fully managing the support/troubleshooting of customer technical issues, managing spare part stocks, sending out spare parts to customers for repairs, and forecasting spare part future purchase requirements, in-store PDI’ing of bikes ready for collections, walk-in customer repairs, and general technical assistance. Candidate attributes should include being clear and well spoken for supporting customers over the phone as well as on a face to face basis and being proactive, with a systematic approach to managing and closing down tasks. Full job description and how to apply here.

5. Teaching mechanic
Life Cycle UK is recruiting for the position of teaching mechanic for its successful Derby projects including Bike Back Derby. This is an important role and the successful candidate will be primarily responsible for delivering a range of cycle maintenance courses, Build a Bike courses and Dr Bike Surgeries to a range of adults in Derby City; and refurbishing bikes for sale. You will be an excellent bicycle mechanic, with strong experience of working on a wide range of bikes, particularly older bikes. You will be an excellent teacher, and be able to work well with a wide range of people from all backgrounds. 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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