Looking for a new career?

As the winter melts into spring and business for cycling outlets in Britain starts to slowly but surely climb out of the winter slump, many shops are dusting off the display cabinets and thinking about taking on the annual spring clean. In this time of transition, it may also be the right time to move away from your current position and take a look at some of the many flourishing jobs within our passionate industry.

Along with our regular top five weekly jobs article, this week we present to you two amazing positions from the company Julian House Bike Workshop. Here’s what they have to say:

“Julian House Bike Workshop is a growing chain of professional, ethical bike shops offering expert, affordable and bespoke bike sales and servicing. Our team of mechanics know their stuff and bring skill, focus and heart to the simplest fix and the most complex custom build.

As second-hand bike specialists, we have the ingenuity and know-how to find a bike or a fix that fits our customer’s budget.

We love riders just as much as we love bikes. We believe that bike experts should illuminate, not intimidate, so we offer a warm welcome and a supportive, no-pressure environment where customers can ask questions and learn more. We also offer training workshops to help Julian House clients and customers get more comfortable with the ins and outs of basic cycle maintenance.

By giving our customers the best possible service, we are able to provide vital income for Julian House and create opportunities for homeless and socially excluded people to train, gain confidence and make progress towards independence and employment.

If you are technically awesome, are up for a challenge and want to make a real difference to people’s lives, Julian House bike workshop could be for you.”

Sound tempting? Find the full job specs and how to apply here and here.

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