Top five jobs of the week – 24th August

Assistant manager – Cycleworks UK
Cycleworks UK requires an assistant manager for their Guildford shop. Experience of selling bikes in a retail environment is ideal and some mechanical knowledge is essential. If your experience is limited applying is still encouraged as full training will be given. They are looking for someone who has excellent people skills, can work to high standards without much supervision and has the confidence to take control of challenges and problem solve. 

Brand manager – Paligap
Paligap requires a brand manager in Bristol to work with brands such as Ale, Axiom, Cipollini, DMT, FFWD, Goodyear, Marin and Stan’s NoTubes. Key tasks:

– Developing and delivering seasonal sales initiatives and marketing strategies per brand

– Liaising with suppliers and shareholders

– Key interface between sales team and supplier – offering clarity and consistency

– Procurement of stock with full commercial accountability

– Planning, attending and delivering first-class activations at chosen events

– Provide unmatched product knowledge for each of your brands

Social media executive – Sigma Sports
Sigma Sports is looking for a social media executive to join their digital team. The role will see you manage all the social media channels, campaigns and overall online presence to sustain an engaging audience experience and to increase audience satisfaction. You will need to be confident in researching and analysing social media trends, including social media ad revenue and web visitor data to improve social media presence and campaign efficiency. 

Workshop manager – Moore’s Cycles
Moore’s Cycles is looking for a full-time workshop manager to head up the busy workshop in their Twickenham store. You must have previous experience of working as a workshop manager or mechanic in a bike shop and have Cytech (or equivalent) qualifications. You will be responsible for the full running of the workshop which includes scheduling repairs and servicing, ordering stock and customer liaison throughout the process. 

Area sales representative – Velobrands
This is a field-based role reporting directly to the sales director, you will be responsible for generating sales growth and development of an account portfolio through regular dealer visits along with developing new business. Responsibilities include managing and developing the sales growth of a portfolio of existing dealers on a regular call plan basis and weekly liaison with the sales director to review performance of area, action points and call planning.

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