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Job: Shipping Specialist – Velotech, Inc.

Wednesday, July 28th, 2021

Job Title

Shipping Specialist

Company / Organization

Velotech, Inc.

Job Description

Velotech, Inc. is a locally owned business that has operated in Portland since 2002. Velotech is the parent company of BikeTiresDirect, Western Bikeworks, and Trisports.

​​​​​​This position is responsible for picking, packing and shipping customer orders. Qualified Shipping Specialists also execute product put-away, clean their work area, execute physical counts, and available for general physical and/or minor administrative labor.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:
Pick incoming web orders and warehouse pick up orders
Pack and ship orders according to supervisor’s guidelines
Maintain accurate inventory through regular cycle counting
Assist receiving department with put away of new items
Maintain a clean and organized workspace
Assist with any projects, or assist in other departments as instructed by supervisor
Perform all duties in a safe manner and report all safety concerns immediately to supervisor

MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS:
Wear closed toe shoes at all times in warehouse
Be able to lift 25 lbs above your head without assistance
Stand for long periods of time
Be able to lift 50 lbs without assistance

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES:
Excellent communication and organizational skills
Solid knowledge of cycling products
Ability to work in a high volume, fast-paced environment
Ability to work independently or with others to manage multiple task with minimal supervision.

BENEFITS:
Generous Employee Discounts
Flexible Schedules
Health Insurance
Paid Time Off
Floating Holidays
$500 bonus upon completion of 90 days of employment

How to Apply

If interested, please click on the link to apply:
https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=4367&clientkey=F102FCECFB43ED66CAD0C8276CB962A9

Job: Production/Shop Assistant – Black Magic Paint LLC

Saturday, July 24th, 2021

Job Title

Production/Shop Assistant

Company / Organization

Black Magic Paint LLC

Job Description

Black Magic (located at 414 NE 80th Ave) has been a premier custom bicycle painter in Portland, OR since 2015. We specialize in custom finishes and building custom bicycles for clients around the world looking for a one of a kind bike, both new and vintage.

Black Magic is currently expanding and we are seeking someone to join our team as a Production/Shop Assistant!

Our Ideal Candidate:

-Positive, friendly and professional
-Well organized, with the ability to manage time and prioritize workflow
-Strong attention to detail
-Adaptable and teachable
-Excellent written and verbal communication skills
-Reliable

Some of the Major Job Responsibilities Include:
-Intake and prep of all bikes, frames and components
-Cleaning frames and parts, media blasting and paint stripping
-Sanding, buffing and polishing frames and components
-Assist with anodizing titanium
-General maintenance and clean up
-Bike build and mechanical work
-Occasional off-site errands

Preferred Skills:
-General knowledge of bicycles and components. Knowledge and experience with high end components like Sram eTap, Shimano Di2, hydraulic disc brakes, tubeless systems, and BMP product lines preferred
-Auto body experience or technical training
-Computer knowledge and skills
-Buffing/polishing experience.
-Sanding experience
-Media blasting experience
-Shipping/receiving and warehouse experience
-Drivers license
-Desire to learn and perform
-Self motivated, good communication, asks questions when they are not 100% sure
-Familiarity with Illustrator (for making paint masks)

Physical Requirements:
-Able to lift 25 lbs above your head without assistance
-Stand for long periods of time
-Able to lift 50 lbs without assistance
-Wear closed toe shoes at all times

Schedule:
Full time, 40hrs/wk, Monday-Friday, year round
Competitive wages for qualified candidates

Benefits: (after a 90 day probationary period)
Paid time off
Sick time off
Health Insurance
Vision Insurance
Dental Insurance
Employee Purchase

Our approach to diversity is simple. It’s about embracing everyone, regardless of an employee’s culture, ethnicity, race, gender identity, beliefs, age, sexual orientation and/or disability status. We want all of our employees to feel valued, appreciated and free to be who they are at work. We are doing what we can to build an inclusive world for all.

If you are interested in in working with us, please send us a cover letter and a resume to the email address listed.

How to Apply

If you are interested in in working with us, please send us a cover letter and a resume to jobs@blackmagicpaint.com

Job: Growth Development Manager – Ride Report

Thursday, July 15th, 2021

Job Title

Growth Development Manager

Company / Organization

Ride Report

Job Description

Based in Portland, Ride Report is a small software company accelerating the transition to a sustainable and efficient transportation system.

Over 50 cities around the world are using Ride Report to help manage the emergence of new and innovative forms of transportation – particularly shared micromobility, such as electric scooters and bikes. We’ve shown that with the right tools, cities can harness the power of micromobility to rapidly transform their transportation systems for the better.

Learn more about our mission and values in our open source handbook. If anything about our company resonates with you, we’d love to hear from you!

As a Growth Development Manager, you will be responsible for:
— Cultivating new leads
— Working closely with Marketing to discover and develop new leads
— Executing trial agreements with new customers
— Working closely with sales to follow up on promising leads with larger cities
— Owning deals with smaller cities end-to-end

Within one month, you will:
— Understand Ride Report, what we do and how we do it differently
— Begin tracking your tasks and activity in Hubspot
— Working with your manager, create your first sales lead
— Participate in your first sales call

Within 3 months, you will:
— Nurture SQLs and move them through the sales pipeline
— Master our pipeline process on Hubspot
— Create your 50th sales lead
— Lead your first sales call and driven a product demo

Within 6 months, you will:
— Own our outreach efforts to new cities
— Lead all initial sales calls and demoes with smaller cities
— Become an expert on demoing our tools and talking about our company
— Working with marketing, identify and execute on new opportunities to improve our lead generation strategy
— Identify and execute on ways to make our early sales process more efficient

Required Skills and Experience:
— 1-2 years prior experience in a sales role
— Impeccable writing skills
— Attention to detail and consistent follow-through
— Skilled at active listening
— Not afraid to receive a “no”
— Can independently research and build an understanding of a lead
— Brings persistence and creativity to outreach efforts
— Capable of methodically reaching out to every lead
— Enjoys forging and maintaining new relationships
— Seeks to constantly learn and improve
— Experience using .ppt and google suite
— A passion for making cities better and greener

Nice-to-have:
— Prior B2G selling experience
— Prior SaaS selling experience
— Prior transit experience

Compensation & Benefits
— The on target earnings for this role will be $120,000. Ride Report uses market data to transparently set the salary of every employee in a fair and standardized way. Learn why we don’t negotiate our salaries and publish them instead. More experienced candidates may be considered for a senior position with a higher salary.
— Generous equity incentives. We also offer new candidates the option to trade some salary for additional equity.
— Unlimited vacation and sick leave
— Competitive health insurance plans via Regence (Blue Cross Blue Shield)
— A 401k program that matches 50% of employee contributions up to the 10% of their salary
— Vision and dental plans (Employee-funded)
— Flexible Spending Accounts for both health care and dependent care (Employee-funded)
— Yearly professional development stipend
— An eBike Enablement Benefit

We will begin reviewing applications for this posting the week of June 14th.

If you’re not sure if this position is right for you, but you’re interested, please apply! We do review every application, and are interested in building relationships with people who have a strong sense that Ride Report is a place where they feel like they could thrive.

We believe the best teams are diverse and inclusive. We do not discriminate on the basis of age, race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or disability. We welcome applications from women, people of color, and other groups that are underrepresented in tech and transportation.

In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification form upon hire. Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis; Ride Report will not sponsor applicants for work visas. As part of our security protocols, offers are contingent on completion of a background check. You can read more about how and why we use background checks in our Open Source Employee Guide.

How to Apply

Apply here: https://jobs.lever.co/ridereport/49ffbf27-ebba-4e05-9d96-6bf8f674fa9c

Job: FT + PT Mechanic + Customer service – Everybody’s Bike Rentals

Monday, July 12th, 2021

Job Title

FT + PT Mechanic + Customer service

Company / Organization

Everybody’s Bike Rentals

Job Description

EBR is approaching it’s tenth year in business and we’re the only shop in Portland renting high end mountain and gravel bikes. We have several other categories to fit most needs with nearly 100 bikes in the fleet excluding tandems and trikes. The majority of our customers leave happy and stay in touch with us sending photos and stories of their adventures and we strive to keep it that way while not compromising our own happiness and wellbeing. This balance is essential to EBR.
The shop is under new ownership and getting a makeover but the overflow of business has been prioritized over renovations and repairs. I need more hands on deck so I can stay focussed to recreate the website and shop space and maintain the integrity of the bikes.
Our 2021 mission is to reconnect people to their natural sense of wonder and adventure! We are committed to maintaining a healthy and vitalized workplace by frequently evaluating our systems in search of opportunities for growth and innovation.
Our team will thrive by having a strong work ethic, positive attitude, and problem solving skills. An ideal candidate will have mechanical aptitude ( shop experience is prioritized but not required ). Must have or actively strive for excellent communication skills. Honesty and authenticity a must.
A typical workday involves responding to rental requests online, on the phone and in person, preparing specific needs for each reservation and maintaining the fleet. At times it will be a very busy environment and being able to navigate between customers, phone calls and quick repairs can be challenging. If you have a strong inner compass, know your boundaries while feel genuinely aligned with the mission of EBR then we want you on board.
While this is a seasonal business, we are currently developing positions to maintain staff in the winter.
Full time customer service position and bike mechanic position. Part time hours can be accommodated. Positions are available now.
Weekend days a must with few exceptions. Pay is competitive. Benefits pending. Let’s ride!

How to Apply

Email resume with cover letter and references to Ryan Smith pdxbikerentals@gmail.com. Visit 305 NE Wygant st. Call 503-358-0152

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Friday, July 9th, 2021

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Job: Shipping Specialist – Velotech, Inc.

Friday, July 9th, 2021

Job Title

Shipping Specialist

Company / Organization

Velotech, Inc.

Job Description

Velotech, Inc. is a locally owned business that has operated in Portland since 2002. Velotech is the parent company of BikeTiresDirect, Western Bikeworks, and Trisports.

​​​​​​This position is responsible for picking, packing and shipping customer orders. Qualified Shipping Specialists also execute product put-away, clean their work area, execute physical counts, and available for general physical and/or minor administrative labor.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:
Pick incoming web orders and warehouse pick up orders
Pack and ship orders according to supervisor’s guidelines
Maintain accurate inventory through regular cycle counting
Assist receiving department with put away of new items
Maintain a clean and organized workspace
Assist with any projects, or assist in other departments as instructed by supervisor
Perform all duties in a safe manner and report all safety concerns immediately to supervisor

MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS:
Wear closed toe shoes at all times in warehouse
Be able to lift 25 lbs above your head without assistance
Stand for long periods of time
Be able to lift 50 lbs without assistance

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES:
Excellent communication and organizational skills
Solid knowledge of cycling products
Ability to work in a high volume, fast-paced environment
Ability to work independently or with others to manage multiple task with minimal supervision.

BENEFITS:
Generous Employee Discounts
Flexible Schedules
Health Insurance
Paid Time Off
Floating Holidays
$500 bonus upon completion of 90 days of employment

How to Apply

If interested, please click on the link to apply:
https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=4367&clientkey=F102FCECFB43ED66CAD0C8276CB962A9

Job: Bicycle Mechanic FT/PT – Community Cycling Center

Wednesday, June 30th, 2021

Job Title

Bicycle Mechanic FT/PT

Company / Organization

Community Cycling Center

Job Description

REGARDING COVID
The Community Cycling Center is strictly following all OSHA guidelines related to COVID-19. We are also taking the following measures to protect our staff and community:
• N95s are required PPE for staff who are working onsite (masks provided for you)
• HVAC units and air purifiers in every room are equipped with MERV-13 filters
• Doors and windows are kept open for ventilation whenever possible.
We’re proud to keep the shop safer for everyone and we wouldn’t want to have it any other way!

ABOUT THE COMMUNITY CYCLING CENTER

For over 25 years, we have been a nonprofit organization on a mission to broaden access to bicycling and its benefits.

Our vision is to continue building a vibrant community where people of all backgrounds use bicycles to stay healthy and connected. We believe that all Portlanders—regardless of income or background—should have the opportunity to experience the joy, freedom and health benefits of bicycling. This is the motivation behind everything we do.

This position operates out of our full-service bike shop in NE Portland’s busy Alberta District. Our high-volume shop is staffed by experienced mechanics from diverse cycling backgrounds who provide compassionate customer service to a broad cross-section of cyclists. Here at the shop, we value and support one another through the work we do and are committed to working collaboratively to meet our goals. We acknowledge and value diversity and its many intersections. We are proud that people of color, women, neuro-divergent, gender non-conforming and LGBTQIA+ folks choose to work at our shop. We encourage more people from varied and diverse backgrounds to join our lively, talented team.

GENERAL POSITION SUMMARY:
The Bicycle Mechanic is responsible for supporting the mission of the Community Cycling Center. This includes assessing and repairing bicycles, assisting customers with choosing parts and accessories, as well as supporting our programs team. Under the supervision of the shop management team, the Bicycle Mechanic will work to consistently and efficiently deliver on the demands presented by our customers and programming efforts. This position will require technical proficiency, attention to detail, the ability to multitask, and to act as an ambassador for the Community Cycling Center.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Assess and repair bicycles for customers, repair bicycles for retail sale and for use in our programs
• Educate customers about the operation and maintenance of bicycles
• Assist with the purchase of bikes, parts, and accessories
• Contribute to the retail environment- answer phones, maintain a safe, clean & organized workspace, etc.
• Work cooperatively with the rest of the team to meet the goals set forth by the shop management team
• Moving & lifting bicycles up to 50 lbs. is a regular part of this job but reasonable accommodation can be made
• Support fundraising efforts
• Be a public supporter of the Cycling Center & represent the organization with positivity & consistency

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Ideal candidate has 3+ years of experience working in a high-volume bike shop
• Consistent attention to quality and detail
• Ability to meet quantitative production and service goals
• Effective communicator
• Ability to work in a collaborative environment
• Commitment to and respect for equity, sustainability and diversity
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Proficiency in Spanish strongly desired (hourly premium for fluency)
• Familiarity with Lightspeed OS
• Proficiency in ASL

PAY RATE & BENEFITS:

SCHEDULE: Seasonal until October 1st with an opportunity for the right person to become year-round employee.
Full time, 32-40 hours per week, including weekends
Part time available upon request (benefits start at 30hrs/wk)
COMPENSATION: $16.50 to start
BENEFITS: Health, dental, vision, life and more w/approx. value of $400/month. PTO up to 18 days/yr for FT.

The Community Cycling Center is an equal opportunity employer. Individuals with diverse abilities and experiences are encouraged to apply. People of color; women; trans and gender non-conforming people are encouraged to apply.

How to Apply

Submit cover letter, resume, 3 references to Jobs@communitycyclingcenter.org with “Bicycle Mechanic” in the subject line.

Job: Community Programs Manager – Community Cycling Center

Wednesday, June 30th, 2021

Job Title

Community Programs Manager

Company / Organization

Community Cycling Center

Job Description

ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEW
We love Portland and bikes. So, we put our two loves together over 25 years ago, creating a nonprofit organization on a mission to broaden access to bicycling and its benefits.

Our vision is to help build a vibrant community where people of all backgrounds use bicycles to stay healthy and connected. We believe that all Portlanders—regardless of income or background—should have the opportunity to experience the joy, freedom and health benefits of bicycling. This is the motivation behind everything we do.

In addition to delivering dynamic programs that benefit underserved communities, we operate a full-service bike shop in NE Portland that is staffed by highly experienced mechanics from diverse cycling backgrounds. Our programs and shop services combined help riders build their skills and confidence; empower young people to ride to school and adults to ride to work; offer educational opportunities for teens to earn school credit; and support everyone in riding for health and recreation. We also collaborate with numerous community partners to generate pathways to employment and engagement within the growing bicycle movement by training new educators, leaders, advocates and mechanics.

Our goal is to help create a healthy, sustainable Portland for all community members.

The Community Cycling Center is an equal opportunity employer and strongly values diversity, equity and inclusion. Individuals with diverse backgrounds, abilities and experiences are encouraged to apply.

JOB SUMMARY
The Program Manager is responsible for working with principals, teachers, partner non-profits, neighbors, and volunteers to establish how bikes can help people in the communities we engage with stay healthy and connected. The Program Manager develops or adapts community-led

Successful candidates are collaborative and attentive leaders deeply embedded in the programs they are responsible for. They have a proven track record of leading with equity to engage

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
Please note that the percentage indicators below represent an estimate of how much time each week will be spent fulfilling these functions. In terms of importance, all areas are valued equally.

Community-Based Bicycle Services (30%)
● Manage the delivery of programming at the New Columbia Bike Repair Hub, including youth internships, earn-a-bike, bike library, and open repair hours
● Supervise a team of staff including the program mechanic in the delivery of services at the Bike Repair Hub and other Core Partner programming
● Maintain relationships and coordinate activities with organizational partners including schools, housing organizations, governmental agencies, and community organizations
● Maintain open process for participant and community-wide input and refinement

STEM Education Program (40%)
● Deliver STEM education through bicycle mechanics paired with science curriculum to high-school age youth in 3 alternative high schools in the Portland area
● Supervise and support the Program Mechanic who will assist you in the delivery of STEM Education Program
● With support of a classroom teacher, manage a classroom of 6-16 teenagers for academic lessons, bike workshop time, and to lead them on group rides
● Work with the Intern and Volunteer Manager to provide meaningful work opportunities through internships and apprenticeships for youth; mentor and support the youth throughout their time in our organization
● Model and guide students in professional development, interpersonal skills, goal setting, time management, and communication
● Organize and lead an annual one-week bicycle mechanic intensive program with STEM students on-site at our bike shop
● Manage relationships with school partners to plan, schedule, and prepare for classes; work together to meet the needs of the school and students on an ongoing basis throughout each course

Andando en Bicicletas Y Caminando (10%)
● Supervise and support the Andando en Bicicletas Y Caminando (ABC) Coordinator
● Collaborate with the ABC Coordinator and ABC members to develop an annual work plan
● Serve as an alternate contact for ABC
● Conduct an annual evaluation of our efforts to increase bicycling access to Spanish-speaking community members
● Coordinate with program leadership at Verde and Hacienda CDC to ensure that we are collaborating on projects where our organizations’ goals align
● Look for opportunities for ABC to realize their self-identified goals
● Look for fundraising opportunities, grants, and contracts to support ABC’s budget

General Management and other duties (20%)
● Provide regular check-ins with direct reports to create opportunities for close collaboration with Programs staff to address staff concerns and identify areas of growth.
● Support recruitment of scholarship candidates for our Community Bike Drives and Community Camp, and support the engagement of community partners to help deliver both programs
● Collaborate with the Program Director and development team to do research, prepare proposals and write reports for government, foundation, and corporate funders
● Manage/oversee Community Program budgets including STEM, ABC, and the Hub
● Manage special initiatives, including equity curriculum development, program manual development, and optimization efforts
● Work with staff to manage systems for tracking program outcomes, budgets, registration, inventory, and supplies
● Maintain records of participation, mode share, and learning objectives for all Community Programs
● Work closely with Shop leadership to secure resources for community programs and maintain an inventory of parts and supplies needed for offsite classes
● Collaborate with Development team to pursue continued funding for our mission-centered programs and grant reporting efforts
● Assist with our other programs and enterprises and other tasks and projects as assigned

QUALIFICATIONS & CHARACTERISTICS
REQUIRED
● 3 years’ experience in program management
● Personable, receptive, and compassionate approach to collaboration
● Professional or lived experience working in communities of color and/or immigrant communities on community projects
● Experience supervising, training, and supporting staff
● Effective planning and time management skills
● Ability to maintain composure and a respectful and cooperative attitude through high stress situations
● Capacity to work independently and deliver on objectives
● Ability to work a flexible schedule that includes some evenings and weekends
● A demonstrated commitment to equity and social justice
● Ability to communicate in Spanish
● Commitment to non-violent and compassionate responses in a safe, supported, learning-centered environment
● A base-line knowledge of bicycle systems and anatomy
● A working knowledge of basic physics concepts including combined gas laws and Newtonian physics, or an ability to learn concepts
● Criminal background check required

PREFERRED
● Experience working as a bicycle mechanic
● Experience in young-adult education and working knowledge of best practices in experiential education including but not limited to inquiry-based learning, student-centered teaching, collaborative learning, and culturally appropriate teaching
● Proficiency in program tracking and evaluation
● Experience with grant reporting process
● Experience with creating budgets, tracking spending, and analyzing progress against goals
● Working knowledge of evaluation methods and systems including but not limited to logic models, theories of change, quantitative and qualitative methods, and authentic assessment
● Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, Salesforce, Quickbooks, Sharepoint, Adobe

How to Apply

How to Apply
Please submit a cover letter and resume by email with “Community Programs Manager” as the subject line to jobs@communitycyclingcenter.org

Job: Bike Mechanic – p:ear bike works

Thursday, June 24th, 2021

Job Title

Bike Mechanic

Company / Organization

p:ear bike works

Job Description

ecreation to affirm personal worth and create more meaningful and healthier lives.
p:ear respects and celebrates the diversity, creativity and strength of the p:ear community. Equity and inclusion are a priority across all parts of our organization. We are committed to using our time and resources to help identify and eliminate disparities based on identity and to promoting equitable access to our programs so we can all live in the world we want for our young people.
Position: Bicycle Mechanic
P/T: Thursday-Saturday. Approximately 21 hrs/week Reports To: p:ear Works Director
Compensation: $16-18/hr. based on experience
Bike Mechanic Job Description
bike works is looking for a dynamic individual to help support our social purpose enterprise community bike shop in East Portland. In partnership with the Rosewood Initiative, bike works supports Portland’s Eastside communities, providing low cost, low barrier access to bike education, repair and sales of refurbished bicycles and parts. Prior community bike shop experience is a big advantage. Our shop is located at 16126 SE Stark St.
Required Qualifications & Competencies
● Commitment to advancing equity and creating and maintaining an inclusive environment that is welcoming for all
● Commitment to non-violence and compassionate responses
● Bike shop mechanic experience – several years preferred
● Excellent customer service and communication skills
● Able to work independently, problem solve and complete tasks with minimal oversight
● Bilingual a plus
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
● Exemplifies compassion and understanding around the barriers of homelessness and underrepresented populations in the community
● Maintain an organized and efficient work environment
● Proficiently execute assembly, repairs and maintenance for all types of bicycles,
particularly used and older bicycles
● Represent Bike Works and its mission positively and professionally
● Identify barriers and recommend solutions to better serve the community
Mechanics
o Properly assess and determine bike repairs and recommend customer options o Repair and refurbish bicycles to be sold in the shop, as well as to be donated o Track parts used per project
o Maintain a neat and organized workspace
o Maintain a high level of professionalism
o Perform quality control checks on bikes built
Shop Operations
o Assist Shop Manager with a variety of tasks, including maintaining an inventory of new and used parts, placing orders with distributors as needed, maintaining shop tools and restocking as necessary
o Assist customers in the shop with purchases and bicycle repairs during sales o Strong proficiency with bicycle tech
Physical Demands
● Able to sit or stand and walk throughout the scheduled work shift
● Ability to lift and/or move up to 75 lbs
bike works by p:ear
Bike Works by p:ear promotes the bicycle as a vehicle for social change to increase economic opportunity for homeless youth for homeless youth and build resilient and diverse communities. p:ear’s social enterprise bike shop works to make bicycling accessible and affordable to Portland’s east side community. Our full service bike shop provides an array of services, from minor adjustments and tune-ups, to full bike overhauls.
p:ear’s Bike Mechanic School serves as a conduit from which our shop’s intern mechanics became educated and trained in the art of bike mechanics. Under your guidance p:ear youth interns will continue to build their mechanical hard skills as well as develop the soft skills of customer service, time management, problem solving and independence to name a few.
The Rosewood Initiative
The Rosewood Initiative connects and empowers Rosewood neighbors to build a safe, prosperous, vibrant and inclusive community. The Rosewood Community Center is a hub where neighbors can help the community as they improve their own lives. Neighbors come here to interact with one another, work on projects and feel safe. Rosewood builds capacity in the neighborhood by helping people learn useful skills and by connecting friends, partners and resources. The Bicycle Shop Manager position is a partnership between p:ear and The Rosewood Initiative. This person will be expected to follow all organizational policies and procedures of both organizations.
p:ear Bike Works Agreements
Lastly, we expect the following agreements to be used with regard to every youth intern, customer and individual regardless of race, religion, color, creed, national origin, age, disabling condition, political affiliation or sexual orientation.
Agreements*

Agreements are more than a vehicle to keep conversations safe and focused. When used to their potential, agreements are an actual tool. Agreements are a tool that supports both individuals and organizations in understanding “how” to engage in productive efforts to advance equity and inclusion. We expect all employees, interns and volunteers to honor the following agreements:
• Stay Engaged • Speak Your Truth Responsibly •Listen to Understand
• Be Willing to Do Things Differently / Experience Discomfort
• Expect and Accept Non-Closure •Confidentiality *Adopted from the Center for Equity and Inclusion

How to Apply

Cover letters and resumes can be sent to: nathan@bikeworkspdx.org with “Bike Works Mechanic” in the subject line. The contract position will remain open until full. Email only, no phone calls please – phone calls will not be returned.

Job: Shipping Specialist – Velotech, Inc

Wednesday, June 23rd, 2021

Job Title

Shipping Specialist

Company / Organization

Velotech, Inc

Job Description

Velotech, Inc. is a locally owned business that has operated in Portland since 2002. Velotech is the parent company of BikeTiresDirect, Western Bikeworks, and Trisports.

​​​​​​This position is responsible for picking, packing and shipping customer orders. Qualified Shipping Specialists also execute product put-away, clean their work area, execute physical counts, and available for general physical and/or minor administrative labor.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:
Pick incoming web orders and warehouse pick up orders
Pack and ship orders according to supervisor’s guidelines
Maintain accurate inventory through regular cycle counting
Assist receiving department with put away of new items
Maintain a clean and organized workspace
Assist with any projects, or assist in other departments as instructed by supervisor
Perform all duties in a safe manner and report all safety concerns immediately to supervisor

MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS:
Wear closed toe shoes at all times in warehouse
Be able to lift 25 lbs above your head without assistance
Stand for long periods of time
Be able to lift 50 lbs without assistance

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES:
Excellent communication and organizational skills
Solid knowledge of cycling products
Ability to work in a high volume, fast-paced environment
Ability to work independently or with others to manage multiple task with minimal supervision.

BENEFITS:
Generous Employee Discounts
Flexible Schedules
Health Insurance
Paid Time Off
Floating Holidays
$500 bonus upon completion of 90 days of employment

How to Apply

If interested, please click on the link below to apply:
https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=4367&clientkey=F102FCECFB43ED66CAD0C8276CB962A9