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Job: Framebuilder – Cielo Cycles

Posted by on November 27th, 2012 at 1:37 pm

Job Title

Chris King Precision Components

Job Description
Cielo, Framebuilder

Chris King Precision Components, manufacturer of precision bicycle components and Cielo Cycles, is seeking qualified applicants for a full-time framebuilding position in our Cielo Cycles department. The primary role of this position is to support the overall success of the department by carrying out background operations. Background operations include but are not limited to: mitering tubes, sanding and buffing, drilling holes, milling fork crowns, reaming/facing head tubes, and machining seat collars.

The position requires a demonstrated understanding of basic frame construction and experience operating both lathes and mills. Requirements include a minimum of 1 year experience in framebuilding and a minimum of 1 year experience in machine shop fabrication. Applicants will be required to submit previously built frames.

The successful applicant will be detail oriented, highly organized, and capable of working independently. The applicant must be a systematic thinker who is ready to handle a variety of tasks.

How to Apply
Please furnish cover letter and resume by directly e-mailing to people@chrisking.com (No Attachments will be accepted). King Cycle Group at 2801 N.W. Nela Portland, Oregon 97210

A drug free environment and equal opportunity employer.

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