Top five jobs of the week – 13th July

Workshop technician – Certini Bicycle Company
Certini is looking to add to its team of workshop technicians here at Certini Bicycle Company and Specialized Concept Store in Birmingham. The available role is for a permanent, full time (35h/w) workshop technician who has a keen eye for detail, good knowledge of product, great knowledge of maintenance requirements and goes that extra step to get the very best from every service job they complete.

Sales and customer care advisor – Sigma Sports
Sigma Sports is seeking a self-motivated, organised team player with an upbeat demeanour, excellent telephone and computer skills, to provide exceptional advice and customer care. This position requires an enthusiastic work ethic, plus experience, knowledge and a passion for road cycling products. Triathlon product knowledge is an added bonus.

Cycle mechanic – is looking to recruit a knowledgeable and enthusiastic cycle mechanic to work within its busy technical department.

A working knowledge of road bikes is important as the primary responsibility will be assembling high-end road bikes. The successful applicant is required to have a good level of cycle maintenance skills, relevant qualifications and experience although training can be offered to the right candidate.

Assistant manager – Bike UK
Bike UK is recruiting for a new assistant manager to work with senior management, leading a team of sales staff and mechanics in Bristol. Applicants need to be able to develop and motivate the teams, driving a sales focused performance culture.

Account manager – ZyroFisher
ZyroFisher has a vacancy for an account manager for its North East England territory. Working as part of the Zyro sales team, you will be responsible for proactively developing the territory to achieve targeted sales growth through established customers and through securing new business. Working closely with our internal sales and customer service teams, you will look to maximize all sales opportunities.

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