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Job: Bike Shop Employment – Bike N Hike

Posted by on March 3rd, 2014 at 12:37 pm

Job Title
Bike Shop Employment

Bike N Hike

Job Description
Bike N Hike is beginning our search for a few good folks to help staff our stores this season. We’re poised for an exciting 2014, with fresh brands including Raleigh & Norco – 2 well established Pacific Northwest companies designing rad bikes right here in our neck of the woods. We’ll also have an in-house Brand Ambassador for BMC, who will be working on a grass-roots level to promote and market the Swiss brand, including Stromer electric bikes. Our commitment to women continues to be a focus this year with women’s specific clinics, rides, & events in addition to a large selection of product and bikes designed with women in mind.

Sound like a momentum you’d like to be part of? Here’s what we need:
-Outgoing, friendly demeanor. You must thrive in a customer service environment and enjoy relationship-based selling.
-Punctuality. This is a big one.
-Computer skills – familiarity with Point Of Sale systems, word-processing, and social media.
-Scheduling flexibility, weekend availability required.
-Mechanics must have 2 years of relevant shop experience.

Our seasoned team works hard, but also knows when to let loose with a Hopworks beer. We offer competitive pay, benefits, and a bonus program. Committed to growing sales in 2014, we seek to hire dynamic, enthusiastic additions to our professional staff. Our 4 shops are located in SE Portland, Beaverton, Milwaukie & Hillsboro, and we’ve been around these parts for over 40 years.

How to Apply
Please swing by one of the shops with a resume (including your best references) and introduce yourself. We look forward to meeting you!

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