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Job: Morning Mechanic – Go By Bike

Posted by on March 10th, 2014 at 10:53 am

Job Title
Morning Mechanic

Go By Bike

Job Description
Go By Bike is hiring a morning mechanic. We are a five-person team that provides bicycle valet parking to over 35,000 bikes per year mon-fri. We operate out of a trailer underneath the aerial tram in South Waterfront.

-Valet bikes with morning valet attendant
-Assess bikes being dropped off for repairs
-After morning valet rush, work on bikes until afternoon mechanic arrives
-Keep shop clean
-Adhere to Go By Bike dress code

We provide competitive pay with paid sick/vacation time as well as discounted membership to OHSU’s March Wellness gym. You will receive an OHSU badge that can be used for free streetcar and tram usage as well as deeply discounted trimet pass. The badge also allows you to enroll in OHSU’s bike incentive program that earns you $1 every time you ride to work.

A strong candidate will have:
-A good record of reliability
-Excited to join a unique operation that promotes bicycling
-Someone with customer service experience
-UBI certified mechanic
-Sales room and or bike mechanic experience
-Strong communications skills
-Works well alone and as a team

Start date is april 1st.

How to Apply
Go to our website “about” page and send resume and short paragraph on why you would want to work for us to the email at the bottom. http://www.gobybikepdx.com/?page_id=26

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