Job: Bicycle Mechanic / Sale Associate – Part-time positions – Bike Clark County

Job Title

Bicycle Mechanic / Sale Associate – Part-time positions

Company / Organization

Bike Clark County

Job Description

Job Title: Bicycle Mechanic / Sale Associate – Part-time positions
Reports to: Shop Manager – Bike Clark County
Salary: $13/hr DOE
Terms: Bi-annual performance reviews by the Board of Directors
Schedule: Flexible / Weekend hours required

About the Organization:
Bike Clark County is a 501c3 non-profit organization founded in 2010. We love bicycles, and we want to help other people in our community love bicycles as much as we do. Our organization has developed a positive reputation by providing low-cost and free bicycles and helmets to the kids in our community, teaching both kids and adults basic bicycle mechanical skills, and delivering bicycle safety courses. We are the only bicycle advocacy, safety, and education organization in
SW Washington, and we want to continue to grow and do more in our community. Current programs include a refurbished bicycle and new helmet give-away, bicycle safety rodeos and summer camps, several middle school bicycle safety programs, and our high school
Bike 2 Leadership Program.

Summary of Position:
BCC’s many charitable programs are made possible, in part, by the community-oriented operations in our recently opened bike shop. Our bicycle mechanics work in our shop repairing and refurbishing bicycles, both for paying customers and to ready bikes to give away through one of our programs. We also rely on our professionally trained mechanics to support our programs by leading volunteers and acting as subject matter experts. Mechanics are responsible for all aspects of the shop operations and work directly with the Board of Directors to ensure that the organization’s needs are met.

General Responsibilities:
Safely tuning up and overhauling bikes
Customer service with sales in new and used bikes and merchandise.
Positively interacting with customers, students, volunteers, and other employees
Maintaining inventory
Showing up to work on time
Using computers
Other duties as assigned

Other Qualifications for Success:
Ability to manage his or her own time and prioritize – be a self-starter and take ownership
Clear, honest, and positive communication skills
Able to problem-solve and work in a fast-paced, fun environment with a great attitude!

How to Apply

To apply, please send resume and letter of interest in PDF format to

Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor)

Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor)

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