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Job: E-Commerce Sales Specialist/MTB Nerd – One Left LLC

Posted by on January 25th, 2013 at 6:54 pm

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Job Title
E-Commerce Sales Specialist//MTB Nerd

One Left LLC

Job Description
General Position Summary:

The E-Commerce Sales Specialist//MTB Nerd is responsible for managing the online sale of products from intake to shipment. Thorough knowledge of current high end mountain bikes/components is required. This position is best fit for someone looking to get a foot in the Portland cycling industry, make contacts and help grow a business. Join us at our new Cathedral Park office right next to the beautiful St. Johns Bridge.

Essential Job Functions/Major Responsibilities:

Researching market value for product
Describing/Listing product
Answering questions online
Organizing/Cleaning/Fixing bikes and parts
Keeping workspace clean and organized


Experience/Passion for high end bicycle parts and outdoor gear
Strong organizational, communication and multitasking skills
Nimble internet search and data entry skills
Desire to provide superior customer service
Preference given for MTB mechanical skills

One Left LLC promotes an inclusive culture and encourages people with diverse backgrounds and abilities to apply. Visit www.one-left.com to learn more about our people, products and service.

Hours: Approx 30 hrs/wk. Flexible daytime schedule.
Pay: $10.00 to start
Term: Indefinite
Hours of operation: Mon-Fri 9-5
Minimum commitment: 6 months

How to Apply
Please submit a cover letter, resume and (2) references to carlo@one-left.com

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