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Jobs of the Week: Otto’s Ski and MTB, Velotech, RecumbentPDX, Bike Clark County

Posted by on May 24th, 2019 at 7:29 am

Looking for a new place to spread you cycling wings? We’ve had four new job opportunities posted this week.

Learn more about each one via the links below…

–> Mountain Bike Mechanic – Otto’s Ski and Mountain Bike

–> E-Commerce Category Manager – Velotech

–> Full-time Mechanic Position – RecumbentPDX

–> Bike 101 Summer Camp Counselor – Bike Clark County


For a complete list of available jobs, click here.

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    Sheilagh Griffin May 24, 2019 at 12:42 pm

    Could you please require jobs that post with you post a salary range? These positions that do not say how much they will pay are ridiculous! Even if they post a range… but really nothing about pay?

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      Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor) May 28, 2019 at 9:23 am

      Hi Sheilagh,

      I’ll consider that. I understand the need to supply that information, but I’m not sure it’s worth losing listings for at this point. Perhaps I’ll edit the listing form to strongly encourage it, rather than make it mandatory. Thanks for the feedback.

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