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Job: Bicycle Tour Guide – LifeCycle Adventures

Posted by on April 3rd, 2014 at 9:28 am

Job Title
Bicycle Tour Guide

LifeCycle Adventures

Job Description

Job: Bicycle Tour Guide

We are currently looking for bicycle tour leaders for our self-guided cycling trips in Oregon. The role will be suited to applicants residing in the Portland area.

We are seeking Bicycle tour leaders with excellent hosting skills, a high standard of professionalism & customer service and organizational skills with sharp attention to detail.

Applicants must have a cycling background, interest and knowledge of local history, culture, and nature, and enthusiasm for meeting people. Strong bicycle mechanic skills preferred.

Knowledge of wine and basic food prep a plus! Prior tour guiding or related customer service experience is preferable, clean driving record and proper licensing a must. No DUI’s on record. Applicants should be a minimum of age 21, and have or be willing to get standard First Aid and CPR certifications. Background checks will be completed. Additional qualifications and responsibilities will be provided to qualifying enquiries. This is a part-time, seasonal and contract role. As such, the guides must have the flexibility to be able to support a part-time and unpredictable workload focused on our peak seasons (June-September).

How to Apply
To Apply:

1. Reply to aaron@lifecycleadventures.com with a brief paragraph or two of introduction. Address your interests, hobbies and passions and why you think this opportunity is a good fit for you and why you’d be a valuable addition to our team.

2. Attach a 1-page resume outlining your relevant experience & skills (PDF format only please!).

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