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Job: Front End Manager (The Vanilla Workshop)

Posted by on December 29th, 2011 at 8:30 am

Job Title
Front End Manager

Company/Organization
The Vanilla Workshop – Web site

Job Description
The Vanilla Workshop houses three brands: Vanilla Bicycle Co., which specializes in one of a kind custom bicycles; Speedvagen, our limited production race bike brand; and Coat Paint Shop, painting and powder coating for Vanilla and Speedvagen as well as other independent framebuilders.

-We are hiring for a Front End Manager position-

The person we hire for this position will be responsible for both creative and administrative tasks, including:

-Coordinating schedules for multiple arms of the business
-Advanced graphic design
-Writing and publishing
-Photography
-Friendly customer service, both remote and in person
-Inventorying and ordering.

We’re looking for someone that likes challenges, is good-natured and is also comfortable being assertive; someone who knows when a project has not yet reached its full potential and someone who, despite having finely tuned skills, isn’t above chipping in to help with the dirty work.

This job will pay a professional wage. Benefits include health insurance, paid time off and profit sharing.

The deadline for application is January 16th, after which we will respond to qualified applicants with a questionnaire as the first stage of the interview process.

How to Apply
If you are highly qualified in the areas outlined above please send a one-page resume and a one-page cover letter describing your professional experience and your background with bicycles to:

Sacha [at] vanillabicycles.com

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