Top five jobs of the week – 6th September

The BikeBiz jobs board filled over 550 positions in 2018, and listings are still on the rise. Here’s our latest top five…

Sales agent – cbdMD

cbdMD is looking for sales agents within the cycling industry. You must be sales focused and driven and will already be active and successful in the marketplace.  You will work closely with the UK brand manager and with its own internal team here in the UK.

Salesperson – Stows Cycles

Stows Cycles is looking to add a new salesperson to its dedicated team. Ideally, you will have some experience working in the cycling industry, but it isn’t essential. Your role will be to cover all aspects of sales, integrated EPOS and web stock control, PDI of new cycles and assessment of repairs for the workshop. The right candidate will need good communication skills and as the role offers commission, your earnings will grow with your success.

Assistant manager – Giant Twickenham

It is looking for a well organised and highly personable individual to work in its Twickenham Giant store as its assistant Manager. The role is to be duty manager when the manager is off or on holiday and assist with the day to day running of the store. There is also an opportunity to train as a bike fitter using its STT 3DMA System for the right candidate.

Senior service technician – Canyon Bicycles

To continue the development of Canyon UK further, it is expanding its service and technical support offering to both new and existing customers. It is looking to add one highly skilled, highly motivated senior service technician to play a key role in exceeding customer expectations.

Bicycle mechanic/sales assistant – Bicycle Junction

Bicycle Junction is seeking an experienced, customer-facing bicycle mechanic and sales assistant. This is a varied role that demands flexibility between sales advice and repairs. Its growing workshop trade means it requires another full-time mechanic to maintain its high level of service but the focus of the role will be placed just as highly on your ability to connect with and sell to its ever-expanding set of valued customers.

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