Management Trainee (Bike Gallery)

Job Title
Management training program

Bike Gallery

Job Description
The Bike Gallery is currently accepting applications for our Management Training Program. This program is intended to facilitate a process of educating participants on all aspects of Bike Gallery operations through tutorials and direct contact with senior managers within the organization.

This program averages six weeks in duration. Participants who sucessfully complete the program will be awarded a position on the Bike Gallery retail management team. All participants are paid a wage comensurate with junior management status, while the training is being delivered.

Applicants with a cross section of the following qualifications will be considered:

* A High School Diploma
* A minimum of 5 years in (any aspect of) the bicycle industry
* A demonstrated aptitude for management and leadership
* A strong work ethic as demonstrated through letters of reference or direct observation
* A stated commitment to the Bike Gallery, it’s business practices, mission, vision and values

Applicants with these additional qualifications will be given preference:

* Experience as a senior manager or small business owner
* Management experience in bicycle retail
* Management experience in other industries
* a college degree
* Verifiable and relavent business education, including, but not limited to:

    – Management and leadership
    – Human Resource Management
    – Accounting, finance or economics
    – Logistics or supply chain management

* Industry or trade specific training, including, but not limited to:

    -Bicycle repair and maintenance
    – APICS training or certification
    – Inventory management training

How to Apply
Send a letter of application clearly stating why you feel you should be considered for enrollment in this program, along with two letters of reference to Daniel Mc Ginnis at:

Application interviews are being scheduled for mid November.

Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor)

Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor)

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