Round Up: 14 Bike Industry Jobs Available Right Now

Nov 13, 2023 at 8:32
by Ed Spratt  



We thought we'd round up some of the more awesome-looking job opportunities in the bike industry that we've seen lately. The ones where you're most likely to be able to jump out for a ride at lunch or get to geek over bike-related things all day.

Don't see anything that you're interested in? Many of these companies have multiple jobs posted on their websites, so we'd recommend doing a deep dive into the career section on each company's website. Still nothing? Lots of companies will have a jobs@ email address for you to send your resume to and they'll reach out if something comes up that is suited to your skillset. Happy hunting!





YT
Customer Service Agent

bigquotesA fantastic opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic Customer Service Agent to join our new YT UK team. You will be based in our office in Guildford (The Mill) but will also be able to work from home up to 2 days a week.

The mission for the Customer Service Agent is to represent the YT brand in the UK.
YT

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Continental
Sales Graduate Trainee Program

bigquotesOur global Sales Graduate Program provides you a unique opportunity of 12 months development in our Specialty Tires markets with excellent Sales career opportunities afterwards.

The learning journey is offering you local and global business assignments, functional trainings, product know-how related to Bicycle as well as professional networking within our international organization.
Continental

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Continental Argotal Review




FSA
Tech and Warranty Representative

bigquotesFull Speed Ahead (FSA) is hiring for a Tech position in Mukilteo, WA. We are looking for someone with GREAT customer service skills, professional behavior, and mechanic experience. FSA

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Gates
Director, Sustainability

bigquotesLocated in our Denver office, we have an exciting opportunity for a Director, Sustainability with responsibility for the strategy and execution of Gates sustainability initiatives across our global operations in alignment with our strategic business objectives. Gates

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Zerode Carbon Drive




Hunt
Dropbar Marketing Specialist

bigquotesThe Rider Firm seeks an exceptional candidate to fill the role of HUNT Dropbar Marketing Specialist. In this full-time role, you will work in-person three days per week in our West Sussex HQ, bridging the worlds of product development, engineering, supply chain and marketing. Hunt

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Hunt Trail Wide 29er wheels




Endura
Independent Sales Representatives

bigquotesEndura is seeking experienced independent sales representatives to manage territories, build the brand, and grow sales with existing and new accounts. Endura

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SRAM
Senior Product Designer

bigquotesAs a Senior Product Designer, you will collaborate with Product Management, Software Engineering, and Industrial Design to support a user-centered product direction across multiple product-lines. This will allow you to: Embody and evangelize a process of research-based inquiry and iteration. Craft simple, effortless user experiences from complex systems. SRAM

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Scott
3D Design Modeller

bigquotesAs an Alias Modeler at Scott Sports SA, you will be involved in projects from sketch to concept, prototype and production. Your design and surfacing expertise, whilst collaborating with product design, visualization, graphic design, engineering, and marketing, will ensure that Scott Sports continues to develop industry leading products. Scott

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Trek
3D Artist – Production Product Visualization

bigquotesWe are looking for a production 3D Artist to propel our digital visualization team to the next level. You will be working on some of the most exciting cycling products in the world, using your skill and talent to create photo-realistic product visualizations at a world-class level. Trek

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The Rider Firm
Technical Warranty Lead

bigquotesAs a Technical Warranty Lead for Hunt Wheels & Privateer Bikes, you will oversee the department and also be responsible for providing exceptional customer service and operating hands-on day-to-day receiving and processing returns, repairs, and warranty claims for both Hunt Wheels and Privateer Bikes. The Rider Firm

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Gates
Bicycle Lab Manager

bigquotesLocated in our Englewood office, you will ensure bicycle market customers receive the best technical support possible through product selection, troubleshooting, warranty processing, and bicycle design guidance. Gates

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SRAM
Team Lead E-Bike

bigquotesTo drive product development projects to target launch and stable production, keep the organization informed about project progress, barriers, successes and improve Quality, Execution and Productivity. The Team Lead will support the Drivetrain product line either in our Düsseldorf or Schweinfurt location. SRAM

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Specialized
Noise, Vibration & Harshness Engineer e-Bike

bigquotesIn this role you will work directly on the Drive Unit projects. You will ensure that our Drive Units are the benchmark regarding noise, vibration and harshness and deliver the absolute best cycling experience to Specialized riders around the world. Specialized

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We Are One Composites
Digital Marketing

We Are One Composites is looking for a "digital marketing candidate that has the ability to provide value within an E-commerce environment."

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We Are One Prototype DH Bike. Photo credit Aedan Skinner




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121 Comments
  • 70 10
 $48k-52k is the salary range for the Technical Warranty Lead for Privateer Bikes.

Yikes that is is not a lot of money to live in Boulder CO. Sad to see such poor wages for such an important role at a company. After purchase support is so important for a mountain bike brand, and its hard to imagine someone is motivated to do a great job barely scraping by.
  • 36 0
 That's honestly higher than most. Try living in Santa Cruz on like $40k....shit trying living anywhere on that.
  • 34 1
 @lowkeyokeydokey: Exactly my point. How can management expect someone to try their best when they are barely living. This Hunt/Privateer job wants 3-5 years of wheel building experience for $23-$25/hour. Also you are managing a department and in charge of warranty. That is honestly insulting. A bike shops in my area hire wheel builder/pro mechanic for the same or more than that.
  • 49 1
 Gas stations in Boulder County starting pay 60k for store manager position. Why would ANYONE take a job that pays below local market to work in the bicycle (or other specialty sporting goods) market?!

If you wonder why warranty and customer support (and engineering, and manufacturing) aren't so hot on your 10k new bike-THIS is why!!!!!
  • 37 20
 @wyorider: Say it louder for the gen x/boomers still saying "you kids should be thankful you even have a job, I worked for free for years to build my career and bought my house for $90k"
  • 4 54
flag wyorider (Nov 13, 2023 at 9:49) (Below Threshold)
 @Jer3myF: You worked for free? Must be nice to have mommy and daddy take care of you until you get work experience!!!! It's unethical to expect free of below market labor-period.
  • 16 1
 @lowkeyokeydokey: No doubt. I know some folks trying to do exactly that. You live like college students. 3-5 to a house. Low budget living. Etc.

The bike industry is notoriously poor in its pay scales. Just like how Santa Cruz gets away with cost of living imbalance by saying.... well... you live in Santa Cruz.... the bike industry and other similar industries (snow is no different).. get away by saying... well... you work in the bike industry or you work in the snow industry. It's rad.

And to a point, they have a point. To a point.
  • 13 20
flag wyorider (Nov 13, 2023 at 9:54) (Below Threshold)
 @onemanarmy: I'd say the issue with that point is they get entitled trust-funders who don't need the money working for them. Whole companies end up staffed with folks who have never needed a job (so they could work their way up the low-paid ranks)-and that breeds a degree of complacency and indifference. It's one thing to offer less pay than an aerospace or pharmaceutical company might offer-it's another to offer literal starvation wages.
  • 27 0
 its not a job its an “experience” lol.

Technically if they do warranties like specialized does, they can work remotely for 1 hr a week and just click reject on everything?
  • 10 1
 @wyorider: Very well said. It is a shame that this is how things are.

Anyone know of mtb brands committed to paying living wages? I'll gladly pay a bit more for a a frame or wheels if I know the people working there aren't starving
  • 16 1
 I wonder if they just took the UK salary and converted it to dollars...

£40k is quite a good salary in the UK.
  • 2 0
 @korev: I hope it is a typo and they actually do pay enough to live and have a family
  • 18 1
 @wyorider: bike industry is in absolute shambles. Spent over 10 years behind the lines in bike shops all over the world, from plain old mechanic, workshop management to specialist suspension work. Now studying mechanical engineering. The bike industry is full of people who have no idea what they are doing.

And those experienced engineers that enter the industry with grand ideas clearly have no idea of the practicalities of keeping a bike working 6 months down the line.

Bike industry is daylight robbery interms of quality that gets return for list price.
  • 11 0
 @korev: £40k = $49k. A single human in Boulder can expect to spend $2500 a month including rent if only living by their basic needs, $30k annually. Another $9k will go to taxes in Colorado. Another $1.5k for car insurance. Down to only $8k a year to put towards student debt, car payments, saving up for a home, and hobbies.

That is assuming it was a typo. If it is truly $40k a year living in Boulder you will exist at, or below the poverty line.
  • 5 2
 @onemanarmy: It sounds like pretty much how all Americans in their 20s live. When you have tens of thousands in student debt on your back, and you are attempting desperately to one day buy a home and attain financial freedom in our system, it is the only way to live.

The average American home price hit $431,000 this quarter. Only about three years ago it was $330,000. If you don't own property yet slum it and save up.
  • 3 0
 Colorado Sun is doing a good job breaking it all down coloradosun.com/high-cost-colorado
  • 18 1
 @ryanandrewrogers: Yeah good thing there aren't droves of people trying to buy up all affordable housing and rent it back out for a handsome profit...
  • 11 0
 @Jer3myF: Maybe boomers are saying that but as a Gen Xer with two kids approaching adulthood I have nothing but empathy for the younger generations. The median home price in Bellingham, the area I've lived all my life is nearly $700,000. We are preparing for the distinct possibility that if our kids want to stay in this area it might just be a multi-generational household situation in our home.
  • 4 2
 @Jer3myF: I also walked into the wind and up hill to and from school.
  • 7 15
flag TalusRider (Nov 13, 2023 at 16:11) (Below Threshold)
 @Jer3myF: Wo. I was right with you until you decided to attack people who are in a different age group than you. So first, FU. 2nd, stop being afraid to drive, start actually DRIVING instead of feeding your ego by death scrolling at every traffic light. And find the courage to actually look people in the eyes and communicate for a change. You might find that even people older than you aren't the a*sholes you want to paint them as. Most of the shit you use was created by them, jackoff.

$48K is ridiculous pay in Boulder Co., especially for a product that yields 50+% GP at list price. And for the amount of experience that job asks for, it is insulting. I agree with you on some things, but you're still just a smart mouth punk bitching about the exact people who saved the freedoms you so eagerly abuse.
  • 1 0
 @Thegrumpymechanic: living up to your username I see
  • 2 0
 @Jer3myF: To my knowledge Orbea is employee owned and treats their staff well.
  • 1 0
 @korev: probably this. In my industry you’ll be lucky to get £40k a year in London where as in NYC it averages out around $100k but when the London company wanted me to work in the states they simply converted my salary to $ for the first offer.
  • 1 2
 @wyorider: the bicycle industry is full of peole who do things for the love
  • 4 0
 @lowkeyokeydokey: us older guys "yikes, hourly that's only like $22 an hour. Or in American terms a fry cook at McDonald's plus $3 an hour. Or more simply with this job, the candidate is being offered less than 3 big Mac meals and hour to deal with problem bikes and unhappy people AND managing people. How can a cantidate possibly eat enough big macs and afford to live?"
22 year olds straight out of school
"F*** it, BIKES and I'm the lead?! I'm IN!"
Speaking from personal experience. I have been both hahaha
  • 3 0
 @therealnobody: Keep in mind that's roughly $22hr to work internally at a large bike manufacturing organization, the folks in the shops actually turning the wrench and dealing with triathletes are doing far worse in most cases. I've worked as a service manager in Los Angeles and Brooklyn NY and I made less than that at both shops. To be honest what I've learned about the folks who actually make money in the bike industry is they don't come from a bike background, so working your way up is a waste of time.
  • 6 1
 @TalusRider: Jeez dude what is all of that about driving? I currently commute 25 miles each way to earn more money than I was at my previous job, I know what its like to commute. What freedoms am I abusing here that were saved? I think it is totally acceptable to be frustrated by older people giving advice that doesn't work in this era.

Are you okay man, seriously who hurt you?
  • 3 0
 @lowkeyokeydokey: Santa Cruz in on the other side of Silicon Valley, so lots of IT guys buy a house there and commute to San Jose. The founder of Ibis said it was the most expensive place to live in the US.
  • 1 0
 50k means you live in a van down by the river.
  • 1 0
 @klunky: #vanlife
  • 4 0
 If you guys need to lend a bit..... My turkey teeth business is smashing it right now
  • 4 0
 @lowkeyokeydokey: Counterpoint. A lot of bike shops in Denver/Boulder start mechanics at $22/hr with a lot less responsibility than this position.
  • 1 1
 @GTscoob: and THAT’s why I’m a ski tech at my local shop. I get paid better, have better hours and since we don’t sell bikes in the summer I can ride and race on two wheels a lot.

Oh, and I have a boss and coworkers whose vision and values I respect. And my work directly serves my community.
  • 1 0
 It's good enough if you have a passion for bikes, but not for less important things like food or shelter.
  • 57 0
 They forgot Bankruptcy Lawyer
  • 4 0
 @lowkeyokeydokey: Artificial Intelligence will be handling that soon enough.
  • 50 0
 I applied for the Trek job. In the interview they asked me what I would do differently to grow the brand and I said "bigger logos on downtubes" so of course I got the job.
  • 40 0
 Great. Now we're gonna have to worry about hitting our knees on the logo.
  • 5 0
 Whoa! On the same call, I was asked that question. When I answered "MORE LANCE" they hung up on me, and when I tried calling back the line had been disconnected lol
  • 48 0
 Don't do it kids. I got stuck into the bike industry straight after school. Since I escaped 5 years ago I've doubled my income and I don't work weekends.
  • 7 1
 The bike industry has become a money loosing hobby
  • 4 0
 I also experienced this but going from graphic design to the trades. I have no clue why people compete for these low paying desk jobs with 8h/day of screen time.
  • 15 0
 @AndrewHornor: cuz 5 out of those 3 hours I read PB and do other useless shit Big Grin
  • 6 3
 @valrock: As long as you aren't complaining about not being able to afford housing while getting paid to jack off.....
  • 7 3
 @PACNW-MTB: don't worry, I own a house and your mom does the other part for me Big Grin
  • 2 4
 @valrock: Your trust fund is showing. Dunno who you work for but I hope I NEVER have a CS issue you are in any way involved in taking care of.
  • 2 1
 @valrock: Your necrophilia is showing.....

And I'd bet donuts to dollars that the bank owns your house....
  • 1 2
 @wyorider: I am so smart, that I do my 8h work in 3h... the rest 5h I pretend to work cuz if I didn't, I would need to do other people's work Big Grin Work smart, not hard

I hope whomever works in CS field never comes across you, you seem very fun
  • 1 0
 @valrock: You're so smart that you take a low-paying desk job that you overachieve at in order to "feed the geese" 5 hours a day? Yup, THAT checks out....
  • 1 2
 @PACNW-MTB: who said it's low paying? Sounds like you are really jealous. You cannot find a job? Stuck at minimum pay one? Why are you so angry? Maybe you should look for a new job instead of posting shit on PB
  • 1 0
 @valrock: You admitted that it was low-paying when you replied to @AndrewHorner's post that read, "I have no clue why people compete for these low paying desk jobs with 8h/day of screen time." Your self-proclaimed "intelligence" is contradictory to your posts.

Not jealous at all, I actually DO own the title to my home, have zero debt and a great paying job.

You clearly lack the ability to read the room, or accurately assess one's demeanor, maybe you ought to quit giving advice and stick to stealing time from your employer. LOL
  • 1 2
 @PACNW-MTB: let's continue arguing. I am really enjoying how your anus bursts into flames. You must be very fun at the parties Big Grin
  • 1 0
 @valrock: can you 2 go get a room or argue on someone else's comment? I keep getting notifications for this bullshit
  • 1 3
 @TommyNunchuck: sorry Tommy, you are collateral damage Big Grin I am just waiting for Mr smarty pants to give up Big Grin
  • 1 2
 @valrock: Give up? All I've done is correct you. You just continue making shit up! LOL Angry? flaming anus? Looking forward to what you pull out of yours next.....
  • 1 2
 @PACNW-MTB: you just paraphrased my previous comment. I guess your creativity run out. Speaking about reading room ahahaha Big Grin
  • 1 2
 @valrock: Nah, just waiting for you to get something right. Just one thing...
  • 43 0
 14 jobs you could be made redundant in before next spring!
  • 36 1
 Looking at the two U.K. roles. I like YT and Hunt wheels but (politely) they can both f*ck right off. ‘Competitive’ and no salary listed at all.
  • 7 1
 It is not competitive if it is similar to the US wages Hunt posted on their listing. Its the classic example of a management position with 5 years experience paying what you can make as a 1st year server at a bar and grill
  • 1 1
 If it was competitive-they wouldn't be here in the Classifieds. And......if a job didn't fill and DID get to being on classified pages the pay would be listed.
  • 22 0
 Wow… one of the sports with most expensive products, yet pays the least. I’d really like to know the inside financials of some of the bike companies. Are they’re margins really so low that they have to keep labour prices below living wages or are they just able to find enough warm bodies to keep the gravy train rolling?
  • 11 0
 This is why the industry enrages me. Companies are selling $10 thousand dollar bikes to people who claim 15k "isnt THAAAAT expensive" while helicopter shuttling in Chile. Meanwhile job postings for management positions are on par or below what you would make at a grocery store. It doesn't add up. From the outside it looks like money laundering or something. Somebody is getting fat off these $12/hr mechanics and $14/warranty managers.
  • 3 0
 Exactly.
  • 3 1
 The margins aren't massive, but yes there's room to pay the handful (and it's a literal handful) of support staff in NA and Europe a living wage.
  • 21 0
 Am I missing something? The Continental "job" is a 12-month full-time UNPAID "development opportunity?" It sounds like 12 months of grunt work/training with no guarantee of a job at the end and no mention of pay for the duration of the program. What the f*ck.
  • 8 0
 Sounds like this job is a "squirrel catcher" in trail terms. If you can afford to work a full year without pay, then they'll hire you into a proper position that still pays almost nothing.
  • 4 0
 @monsterville & @ryanandrewrogers : Even if this is magically some stipend/per diem survival pay for a year of drinking their flavour of koolaid, they still request a bachelor's degree (prefer a masters hahahaha!) and, if not already, require you to obtain your own legal working status in the USA. But they'll pay to fly you over and find a place...

I don't even have a bachelor's degree, and if I did, I wouldn't (or couldn't) work for free for a year. And the prospect of trying to get working credentials in the USA as a non-resident in this day and age feels scary to me. I moved to France last year and the hoops to do anything are tremendous, especially if you have no help from an employer (which my wife does). So Continental are asking for a turnkey junior sales guy to customize for a potential paycheque a year from now? I suppose someone always needs some sort of job.
  • 3 1
 Trust funder fodder. Copy should read "Are you in a position where employment income is optional? Do you like bikes? Tell your parents you have an actual job with a real company-actual work output optional."
  • 21 0
 SRAMs job descriptions looks like they were AI generated
  • 6 0
 I've read it three times and still am a little confused.
  • 2 0
 If it's good it was. If it stinks it wasn't. LOL!
  • 1 0
 pull out the reverse card and make AI regenerate it
  • 19 0
 The FSA tech job is only 39k a year in an are where the median income is 130k. Ask me how I know
  • 2 0
 Classic
  • 23 0
 How do you know
  • 15 0
 You got smart this time, not listing the salaries.
  • 1 0
 Salaries not listed, kinda like looking at fancy watches. Only the rich can afford these jobs-and if you have to ask.....
  • 13 1
 Never underestimate the hordes of trust funders and kids in their early 20s willing to make poverty wages so they can work in their hobby industry.
  • 2 0
 Also never underestimate the crap work ethic that generational inherited wealth breeds.
  • 1 0
 @wyorider: You hear the footsteps behind you getting louder?
  • 1 0
 @therealnobody: luckily no. Some jobs do still require actual skill
  • 11 1
 FSA job in washington, not advertising salary is a violation of pay transparency laws i beleive. I tried to looks on their website for it and dont see it, not on their linked in ether..pretty sketchy
  • 8 0
 Here’s one that involves working in the Whakarewarewa Forest, Rotorua, New Zealand.
www.seek.co.nz/job/71416969?ref=search-standalone&type=standard#sol=e8c88db2b01e71b908e6049d994fb5550b2ba1df
  • 8 1
 I applied for a Job with sram , I sent my cv and asked for the salary amount , they contacted me straight away and were arranging an interview for me the next day , before I agreed I asked for the salary amount as they hadn’t told me ,
but the offered amount was £12k less than I was earning and the same amount I was earning 15 years ago ,
The job they were advertising for should have been at least £10k more for what the role was - taking into account the technicality and huge amount of work , when I stated my current salary they didn’t have the decency to even reply!
  • 1 0
 That's been my experience in corporate specialty sporting goods-the job requirements in no way line up with the compensation. So.....I work at a local gear shop where I'm treated better AND paid better. I'll never (EVER) get rich but I do okay and get to engage/help people in my community.
  • 10 0
 Noise, Vibration & Harshness Engineer, that sounds like a party job
  • 3 0
 I thought NVH was an added bonus of riding bikes, especially mountain bikes!
  • 6 0
 Bike industry wages are a joke. Look at manufacturing cost to retail prices and compare to wages and tell me they can't afford to pay their people more. I worked at Fox Factory for 3 years, worst job of my life with the worst leadership I've experienced with shitty pay. I work for a local family owned bike shop now and make more money for a fraction of the stress and responsibility.
  • 1 0
 PREACH!!!!!
  • 8 0
 Not strictly in the industry, but might be of interest. www.bikeparkwales.com/chief-operating-officer
  • 2 0
 @korev: we were talking about this the other day. A tidy job for the money. I'd assume money for old rope, as it seems as long as you've got the build crew happy, vans working and ingredients in the kitchen, you are laughing!
  • 5 0
 whoa, what gag! i coughed up my coffee across the table while attempting to get thru the Sram listing. after cleaning up, my wife read it and is convinced, like some other readers…that it was AI generated/enhanced. and we find most corporate AI speak so funny these days. always good for a laugh.
  • 4 0
 Folks not actively looking for a job shouldn’t be shocked by these numbers, I make $80k before OT as a phone/internet guy and at almost 49 years old monkeying around on telephone poles in January has become almost untenable. Been looking for a few weeks on Indeed and Linkdin and most positions that have a transferrable skillset are hiring for $20k less than I currently make, so this is pretty much everywhere unless you’re one of those folks who rides a Yeti, lol.
  • 7 1
 Don’t any bike companies need a weirdo who likes getting stoned and designing bikes of the future? Those jobs all seem a bit lame, for now I’ll stick to gangsta stuff!
  • 8 0
 Payday Fails
  • 2 0
 The biggest issue I've heard about industry jobs (from those within it) is that it's not about the pay. "It's a privilege to work here" so they'll pay you less. It's a desired industry to people are willing to take a pay cut just to work on bike stuff. Not ALL jobs are like that, but many are.
  • 1 0
 In reality it's a privilege to have someone like me to work with.
  • 1 0
 Poverty wages mean only trust funders can afford to work those jobs. Only those who don't need money can say "it's not about the pay" and live that truth.
  • 4 0
 It’s amazing to me that people with PhD’s living in Switzerland are responsible for making my bike quiet Whip
  • 1 0
 Industrial Designer who applied to SRAM, their wage is an absolute joke, very underpaid compared to other companies working within the same industry… About 15K less than competitors. Also they wanted an interview ASAP, before they even mentioned anything about the earnings…
  • 4 4
 Perhaps we should suggest they raise the salaries by raising the retail price of the bikes they sell.

In reality the market is crowded with businesses trying to sell similar products to too few buyers who have little disposable income.
Two solutions:
If there were less companies then there would be less competition so wage demands would stand a better chance of being met as prices could go up.
If there were fewer potential employees looking for work they would have to raise wages to attract staff.

Neither solution is good for us.
  • 3 0
 fewer employers trying to find workers in the same pool, means lower salaries. Lots of people to do the job, but only a few places to do it at, doesnt mean they would pay us more....
  • 3 0
 Underpaying critical staff is a choice. It's nasty capitalism. In the long run, better paid and trained employees with a sense of intrinsic motivation cost about the same because they solve problems better/faster. But......someone in a C suite has to sign off on paying those folks more. Current corporate culture encourages paying less, more turnover. It's a morally bankrupt approach........but it's also a deliberate choice.

As for number of bike companies, there aren't that many if you peer behind the curtain (Merida/Specialized, Pon owning a crappile of companies, etc.). There will be fewer in the next year or 2. And companies are NOT filling these posts that easily. Anytime a skilled job goes to the Classifieds it's a red flag.
  • 1 0
 How is it that they always hire 10 warranty/marketing/design positions for every engineer?
If they did it the other way around there might even be a reason to buy a new bike and they dont get it back broken.
  • 1 0
 Look at how many inane comments there are about how every product looks vs. just caring how they perform. If bike consumers expected/demanded technically superior products this would change.
  • 1 0
 @wyorider: Very true, unfortunately.
  • 3 0
 ENVE is hiring wheel builders right now in Ogden, UT
  • 2 0
 Re: Gates
Director, Sustainability
I'm applying for the translator position
  • 2 0
 I am so glad none off the bike industry jobs I applied to straight out of college in 2008 never even got back to me.
  • 1 0
 @wyorider: I doubt there is an appreciable number of trust-funders who are taking jobs.....
  • 2 3
 Whomever takes these jobs are to blame for the low wages. Supply and demand 101. Are they still teaching that in school, or just how to blame everyone else for our feelings?
  • 3 0
 Supply and Demand 101 is a heuristic that in no way actually explains how economics work. It is a delightfully simple little formula though.......
  • 2 0
 No longer listing compensation in the PB posts I see. Probably smart.
  • 1 0
 If anyone is looking for an experienced Systems Administrator hit me up.
  • 1 0
 Sending prayers
  • 1 0
 OK so I guessed right.. team rider wont be an option for a while...
  • 1 2
 Nobody mentions free shit, and shop form for anything else. Worked on me for a decade.
  • 1 4
 If you add the benefit of riding and maintenance of bike's (for free) to the salary, it is actually well paid. There's no other money-eating hobby that can compete to mountainbiking.







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