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Job: Bike Builder, Green Gear/Bike Friday

Posted by on April 9th, 2007 at 10:37 am

Job Title – Bike Builder
Company/OrganizationGreen Gear Cycling, Inc./Bike Friday

Job Description
Bike Builder How’d you like to build bicycles for a living? Ever dream of having a job building something environmentally benign that at the end of the day you can feel good about? We are an ambitious group of people trying to do our part to make the world a better place to live. What we want from you is that magical combination of a high mechanical aptitude, friendly demeanor, drive, ambition and most importantly, personal responsibility. Other personal qualities you will need are the flexibility to adapt to a changing environment and a healthy sense of humor. Bike mechanic experience a plus. What we offer is a challenging environment with supportive co-workers who will be interested in your success. Benefits include profit sharing, matching 401K contributions, health insurance, dental, vision, covered bike parking, shower facilities, discount on bike parts, paid holidays, shop privileges and family friendly. And, you get to build yourself a personal bike on the company’s dime. If this s ounds like you or someone you know, log onto http://www.bikefriday.com/jobs.cfm click on the job application link and follow the directions. Stick around the site to learn more about us.

How to Apply
Log onto http://www.bikefriday.com/jobs.cfm, click on the job application link and follow the directions. We want to get to know you, so fill it out completely, then email (jobs@bikefriday.com) or fax it (541.687.0403) along with your resume to us. Bike Friday is an equal opportunity employer who honors diversity.

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