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Job: Bike Mechanic/Warehouse Expert – Planet X USA

Posted by on April 21st, 2014 at 10:38 am

Job Title
Bike Mechanic/Warehouse Expert

Planet X USA

Job Description
Planet X is the 2nd largest bicycle assembler in the UK, with a direct to consumer business model where online sales and no dealer network result in some of the best value, quality bicycles in the industry.

Our US operation is a rapidly growing business with a crew of committed bike geeks who follow the UK’s ethos of outstanding customer service, unbelievable prices and superb products.

As we are focused on expanding the complete bike sales component of our business, we need an experienced bike mechanic who is fast, organized, creative, and determined. Someone with a proven history of effective problem solving and great efficiency.
This individual must be able to multitask without losing sight of priorities, take directions without losing the ability to be self-directed and take initiative.
They must seek out projects of importance and see them through to completion, despite any obstacles that may arise.

Warehouse experience and attention to detail are also crucial skills that the right candidate will possess, as there will be shipping/receiving, and inventory/warehouse organization responsibilities in this role as well.

Above all, the ideal candidate will possess the ambition to learn and improve, the flexibility to handle whatever comes their way, and the motivation to grow with a company whose place in the industry has been well established over the last 25 years.

How to Apply
Send your resume and cover letter in PDF format to michael@planet-x-usa.com with “Bike Mechanic/Warehouse Support” in the subject line.

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