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Job: Sales and Bike Assembly (Bike Gallery) – Filled

Posted by on May 10th, 2010 at 7:27 pm

Job Title
Sales and Bike Assembly

This Position has been filled.

Company/Organization
Bike Gallery

Job Description
The Bike Gallery is seeking outgoing and dynamic individuals for two positions: Sales Staff and Bike Assemblers. The Bike Gallery is one of the most acclaimed specialty bicycle retail organizations in the U.S. and currently has openings for full and part time seasonal positions working directly with customers to deliver exceptional customer service in a fast paced, high volume setting.

Bike Assembly applicants need to have good mechanical aptitude, knowledge of modern bicycle componentry. Assembly positions are seasonal in nature. Pay scale is based on piece work, with a minimum standard of 7 bikes assembled per shift after two weeks of employment.

Preference given to applicants with bicycle retail experience and who demonstrate a commitment to and enthusiasm for, the cycling lifestyle; other specialty retail experience is also helpful.
Applicants must be able to demonstrate a strong history of self motivation, professionalism, team work, and customer service excellence.

The Bike Gallery is an equal opportunity employer. Sales positions require the ability to lift 40 pounds to shoulder height and to work extended hours while standing.

How to Apply

Send a resume and or cover letter to:
resumes(at)bikegallery(dot)com

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