Top five jobs of the week – 27th July

Marketing officer – Cyclehoop
Cyclehoop is looking for a marketing officer to support the department in delivering projects to expand its resources, grow networks and feed into its overall marketing strategy. Applicants will need to be digitally savvy, have strong copywriting and content development skills, as well as an ability to work across a large range of projects.

Bike project manager – Bespoke Biking
Not-for-profit Bespoke Biking believes passionately in the ability of cycling to change lives and the environment for the better. If you feel the same way, the company encourages you to join them in a leadership role on its journey to encourage more people to take up cycling in Winchester, whether its local residents or the many tourists who visit.

Workshop technician – Pearce Cycles
Pearce Cycles is looking for a workshop technician to deliver a first class after-sales support service to the store’s customers. The role would involve providing expert maintenance and booking in service work with an on the spot assessment. You would be responsible for growing the reputation of the quality of the workshop, and the back up the shop provides for its customers.

Head of sales – Hiplok
Hiplok is recruiting for an experienced head of sales with proven sales performance, ideally from within the bicycle or outdoor sports and leisure industries. Heading up all sales activity for this small but rapidly growing business, candidates would have overall responsibility for driving profitable sales growth both in the UK and internationally.

Store manager – Alpine Bikes
Alpine Bikes is seeking an experienced, enthusiastic and hands-on store manager to take full responsibility for the day-to-day management of its Edinburgh Alpine Bikes store. Primary responsibilities are to manage, develop and critically assess retail activities within the store while consistently promoting exceptional customer service standards.

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