Round Up: 23 Rad Bike Industry Jobs Available Right Now

Nov 25, 2020 at 17:05
by Sarah Moore  

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 you resume to and they'll reach out if something comes up that is suited to your skillset. Happy hunting!

Specialized Bicycles Mountain Marketing Manager
Mountain Marketing Manager

Mix the kool-aid for the Big Red S. Specialized is looking for a Mountain Marketing Manager who will "own the mountain bike brand direction, who speaks on behalf of the mountain brand, and create a culture internally to match the riders we are trying to reach." (Learn more.)
Max Chapuis 2021 Specialized Stumpjumper

Vermont Mountain Bike Association
Executive Director

Make trail advocacy your day job. The Vermont Mountain Bike Association is looking for an experienced and dynamic Executive Director, someone who "will bring nonprofit leadership experience and the skills, attributes, and energy necessary to inspire statewide collaboration towards preserving the root character of Vermont riding, particularly the people that make it so special." (Learn more.)
The first snow if the year came early this past fall in Vermont. With good dirt still just below Evan Booth enjoys some unique mixed conditions.

Commencal Canada
Customer Service Representative

Be the person that fixes rider's problems. "We are hiring a Customer Service Representative to manage customer enquiries. You will also be asked to process warranty cases and orders using a number of different communication channels. To do well in this role you need to be organized, calm and be able to adapt to various working conditions." (Learn more.)

Trek Bicycle / Bontrager
Helmet Research and Product Development Engineer

Safety first! Trek is looking for an "awesome individual to design, develop and prototype the next generation of safe and high-performance helmets, both in R&D and production. Learn, create, and implement the engineering tools that will enable you and your teammates to be successful in creating those helmets." (Learn more.)

Rocky Mountain Bicycles
Mechanical Engineer

Rocky is looking for someone to live on Vancouver's North Shore and assist in all aspects of designing bike frames. "He or she must be able to communicate effectively, be proficient in 3D modeling and generating 2D drawings, and be able to work urgently as part of a tight knit, fast paced team. In short, we're looking for a motivated, useful person to help us make great things happen." (Learn more.)
2021 Rocky Mountain Altitude

Santa Cruz Bicycles
Bicycle Assembler

Get your foot in the door at Santa Cruz Bicycles as a Bicycle Assembler. "We are looking for someone who works well in technical positions and is looking for a long-term career in the bike industry. Bike maintenance experience is not required for this role but it certainly helps. If you are a fast learner, like working with your hands and are always looking for ways to improve processes, we would be stoked to talk about this role with you." (Learn more.)

Norco Bicycles / Live to Play Sports
Creative Lead

Wild graphics or subtle? It's all in your control. Norco Bicycles and their parent company Live to Play Sports are looking for a Creative Lead to "produce the design vision and strategy for the assigned brands. This includes conceptual themes and style direction for all types of brand projects. The Creative Lead coordinates freelance contractors ensuring outputs are aligned to the brand vision." (Learn more.)
2021 Norco Shore

QBP (Quality Bicycle Products)
Director of Human Resources

Manage the people as QBP's Director of Human Resources. The company is looking for someone who "collaborates on the HR vision and is responsible for creating strategies to execute effectively across the company and through both the HR team and the leadership of Q in alignment with Q’s values and mission." (Learn more.)

Retail Development Representative

Be the boots on the ground. SRAM is looking for someone to build and maintain "relationships with important dealers in the DACH region, including on-site visits." This person would also support OE sales representatives with "training, information about new products, maintenance of business relationships." (Learn more.)
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Activation Specialist

Get close to professional mountain bikers. Shimano's Sports Marketing & Events Team is looking for an Activation Specialist to join them at their European headquarters in Eindhoven. "In this job it's your responsibility to effectively manage activations with sponsored elite teams and athletes. This to ensure a positive relationship, a good brand image, clear return on investment (ROI) and activation within the markets." (Learn more.)

Pivot Cycles
Demo Technician

Help keep Pivot's fleet of demo bikes running as the Pivot Demo Technician. "In addition to being an excellent mechanic, the successful candidate will need to have exemplary people skills in order to work with the public while at demos. Demo Drivers are selected out of the Demo Technician staff to go on the road full time when a position is available." (Learn more.)
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Giant Bicycles / Liv / Momentum
E-Bike Business Manager

The job for you if you've fully embraced eMTBs. "The E-Bike Business Manageris responsible for leading the strategic commercial business strategies of Giant, Liv, and Momentum’s E-bike business in the US market. The primary responsibilities include brand planning, go-to-market strategy & execution, product planning collaboration, all with a primary goal of growing our E-bike business. This position collaborates with Sales, Product, Forecasting, Marketing, and Retail Services to elevate the E-bike experience. (Learn more.)

Giro / Bell
Email Marketing Specialist

Get right into riders' inboxes. "As a member of our team, you’ll report to our Digital Marketing Manager and will be responsible for managing our email marketing program to drive traffic to our online store and support the brands marketing efforts required to meet the company’s financial goals. Additionally, you will be the key contact for customer data and analysis as the manager of our customer relationship marketing (CRM) platform."(Learn more.)

YT Industries
Director Global Customer Service

Make happy bikers across the globe. "The Director Global Customer Service is responsible for engaging all of YT to develop strong customer relationships and happy bikers by delivering operational excellence and service leadership through a global operations team of currently 30 employees spread across 3 geographies (Germany, UK, US) and by developing and rolling out the customer service strategy. This global role is critical to supporting and delivering on YT’s ambitious growth targets."(Learn more.)
Photo by Isac Paddock

Fashion Designer for Cycling Clothing

Create the clothing you want to wear. Tasks include "Design of the CUBE clothing collections, independent, creative development of the design of new CUBE clothing collections in the areas of sport and leisure, development and adaptation of cuts and detailed solutions, material selection, communication with suppliers, successful implementation of the design in cooperation with the manufacturers." (Learn more.)
2021 Cube TWO15

Scott Sports
Social Media Coordinator

Make hashtags, memes, and catchy taglines your day job. Tasks include "In this position you will join our international marketing team. You’ll be in charge of SCOTT’s Social Media. The core responsibilities will be managing our global Social Media Channels. In this role you will further support the digital team in the development, coordination and execution of our digital marketing strategy." (Learn more.)

Canyon Bicycles
Senior Digital Product Manager

Help people experience a bike without actually having it in front of them. "Collaborate with our brand and creative teams to define a vision for every bike launch and realise it on the site." (Learn more.)

E-Commerce Specialist

Do you prefer online shopping or in-store shopping? The E-Commerce Specialist will "lead and manages the day-to-day sales and marketing functions of This person will also work closely on generating revenue through and tasked with specific metrics on several countries’ revenue on" (Learn more.)

Concept Designer

Think out of the [Thule] box. "The role require that you get close to our users and customers to find the relevant insights for both our existing as well as new product segments and make sure that we make better, more relevant and smarter products than our competitors. Your main focus will be to translate these insights into valuable concept ideas." (Learn more.)
Thule Helium

MTB Key Account Sales Manager

We're guessing you might get a couple free Fox kits once and a while with this gig. "The MTB Key Account Manager will also strategically drive new business opportunities. Must be able to think creatively with a growth mindset when dealing with strategic account development for the MTB division." (Learn more.)

Troy Lee Designs
Senior Designer Bike Apparel And Accessories

Figure out what's going to be on trend in 2022. A cool perk would be the ability to "work with key athletes on product development and testing to ensure product meets all expected requirements." (Learn more.)
Photos by Mark Mackay

Global Product Manager

This job would undoubtedly include lots of time riding test bikes. Maybe even with Josh Bryceland. "You are the voice of the rider. Researching rider behavior, studying the consumer. Turning ideas and solutions into innovate and award-winning bicycles." (Learn more.)

Graphic Designer - MTB

Rapha is getting into mountain bike apparel and they need mountain bikers! "The Graphic Designer, Rapha MTB will be integral in developing the look and feel for Rapha’s new MTB brand. This is a broad range of brand-oriented graphic design that is responsible for the conception and creation of design work across MTB-related marketing, brand and occasional products." (Learn more.)

Carbon Fibre Layup Technician

Make the wheels go around, literally. "If you want to start a new career and work with a team of dedicated riders, here is your chance. We have extensive training and compensation packages. We are also looking for long-term employees looking for growth opportunities and who want to expand their skill set and support locally made products. Apply today and send in your resume to join this great group of like-minded riders, making some of the industry's best products at one of BC's fastest-growing companies!" Email with resumes and questions.

Brand & Marketing Manager, Mountain Bike

BMC is looking for someone develop a mountain bike brand. Tasks include: "Developing, structuring and producing all communication assets. Definition and surveillance of brand strategy as well as positioning Cross departmental project management and leadership of a small team." (Learn more.)
Jordan Sarrou s winning BMC Fourstroke bike in Leogang Saalfelden.

R&D Engineer, Graphic Designer

Whether you're on the more technical or artistic side of the coin, Met helmets has a job for you. The roles are based in Italy's Valtellina valley, 100km from the Stelvio and 20km from Lake Como, which is the perfect location for people who love the outdoors and the Italian culture. (Learn more.)
Met Helmet


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 YT Industries Director Global Customer Service I love the bike but ouch do they need a super human in this role right now .
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 Yeah, I thought I have a shitty job, but no, I am nowhere near YT Global Customer Service Director.
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 That job would actually be really interesting because you’d be able to make so many improvements.

Starting with apologising to customers, admitting mistakes. Then move on to better ticket categorisation and outsource for key periods or simple order queries. Then start with a super smart bot to ensure people reach the right person. That’s without even touching logistics and the in-country demo/service centres. Even from the outside the possibilities with the brand customer experience to improve are e n o r m o u s.

Will be a fun gig for whoever ends up in it.
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 I got super excited when I read this ad because I understand their problems first hand, could do this job and have the experience and qualifications to sort it out (22 years dedicated to customer experience, more recently at c-suite level)..... but moving to Germany full time is just not an option.
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 US customer service on point. Sorry to hear the pain globally but props to them.
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 @jamesdunford: You're hired, you start Monday.
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 @Richt2000: Looks like they'll have to go with someone else then.
  • 1 1
 Is their customer service crappy at the moment? I’ve never had to interact with them because I don’t have a YT. I’ve never heard anything about their CS- is it fairly poor?
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 @Richt2000: Tell them you are fine with it, then when the offer is signed inform them that there are delays in delivering your arrival to Germany and you are working through sorting it while working from the UK. Update them every 6 months on the issue status till they give up
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 I was thinking about pre-order YT Capra Shred 2020 but I had a few question. They didn't write me back so I changed my mind and bought something else. It's like 4 months and they still didn't bother answer my email :-D I couln't call them either. So YT Canada customer service is suck.
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 @DabaZei: he's already got an excuse, its called brexit
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 @fielonator: yea gutted! You don’t see many bike industry jobs in customer service
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Ha ha! Genius!!!!
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 @TheLoamDeranger: lol, you actually start about 3 years ago.
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 They actually need a man that make them do not need a Customer Service Director.... they need to move back in the chain and find the shit is giving them to much over cost on post sale and warranty stuff....
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 haha - I came here to say the same thing. Forget about the Global Director and hire an army of people to answer the phone and reply to emails. The customer support horror stories caused me to look elsewhere after I found a good deal on one of their bikes; I'm just not prepared to go through that.
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 @jamesdunford: The issue I see is that these type of problems are often at the core of the business; you make assumptions that the person taking on this herculean challenge will be supported and resourced to make any changes. In my experience it's more likely they'll get no support, blamed for all the problems and quit in 12 months. I hope I'm wrong but without making this a priority at the very top not much will change, and their bikes are always sold out so why change anything (until it's too late)?
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 @Ryanrobinson1984: my experience:

1. find a good price on a YT bike in my size
2. add to cart
3. do some cursory online research on their customer support and other people's experiences
4. close browser

I know the cry-baby internet is the loudest and there are lots of happy YT customers out there, but the number of horror stories is pretty crazy
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 @snowflake88: this is a super-common story. My understanding is YT Canada is one guy who, if you get his attention is pretty good, IF... otherwise.. crickets.
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 @plyawn: Hmmmm, in this case and based on what I see > I don’t think that will be the case. The reason for that is because it’s becoming a *key* growth lever for the brand. It’s the reason they are going to flat line (relatively speaking), and if they want to survive - it needs to be fixed.

I used to own two YTs, and now have a Yeti and a Spesh because the customer service was so awful after one of the bikes developed an issue with the rear triangle. That’s money talking. And when money talks, boards listen.
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 @TheLoamDeranger: not Monday, he is already late....
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 Going to need some help from fellow PB'ers in Poland. Not sure why but the headline says I need to Polish up my resume.
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 $18 an hour wage and living in Santa Cruz, CA? From what I understand about the housing market out there, this sounds like a quick ticket to living in your car.
  • 6 0
 I have a friend that moved down there to work at Apple. They bought a place in Santa Cruz and it's a cute little bungalow but it cost over a million.
  • 6 0
 Is that why they're so expensive...
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 For what you’re doing it’s a reasonable wage. You can advance quickly. They take care of their own. Great company to work for.
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 @onemanarmy: Strongly disagree. Lived in Santa Cruz for years and it is an expensive place. If you are doing useful work for a profitable company you should be able to live reasonably well off your wage. You really can't with that wage.
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 @Powderface: Victoria or Vancouver also over $1M for a home!
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 @jgwright1986: To be fair, it's an entry-level, low-skilled job. People interested in this job will be younger and expecting to share housing with others for some time. That's the reality in most places, and not specific to Santa Cruz (the town or the company).

The USA certainly has a problem with jobs paying a living wage, and the bike industry is notoriously poorly-paid, but this is hardly an egregious example.
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 @jgwright1986: I love there now and my brother works for Santa Cruz, you want to make more money get a job requiring specialized skills and education. This job is well over minimum wage and you’re starting as a level 1. Probably putting rotors and tires on wheels.

It’s a reasonable wage for what it is. No one doing that type of work is buying a house or living in their own. Same as waiting tables or serving coffee.

Reality is Santa Cruz cost of living vs wages is the second worst thing n North American. I make like 30-40% less here than I would over the hill and cost of living is similar.

As a young person that rides bikes I would take that job in a heartbeat over waiting tables.
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 @wolfe1027: Vancouver only more out of wack place than Santa Cruz in all of North America. They’re 1 and 2.
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 I grew up in Santa Cruz and am no longer living there for this reason. It is incredibly difficult to afford to live there even with a high paying job. As others have said $1mil will get you a small cottage in town if it isn't snapped up by a tech bro from the Bay. I agree for the work it is a reasonable wage but yeah you are going to have to live in a closet for that much.
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 @westsideloc: I'm originally from Denver. Gentrification and insane housing costs are spreading east. I doubt I'll ever be able to afford to live in the Front Range again. Sucks to be made 'homeless' (figuratively and in some cases literally) by this trend. Condolences bro.
  • 21 0
 I don't need a job. I need to win something during this year's Advent giveaway!
  • 2 0
 Good luck. Only no name new accounts win.
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 Scott needing a social media person? I thought the whole "Gambler looks like a Session" thing worked pretty well.
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 cheers bru
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 They make a better looking Session than Trek does. Maybe they could use that as their advertising scheme?
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 @SCOTT-Sports: No really. You made me proud a little bit. And I'm not even Swiss Big Grin
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 Any bike industry openings or opportunities for a tea boy? I can even multi skill an transfer into other departments such as coveffe an occasional lunch runs.
I'll start my wage negotiations at £50k pr year and an included bonus scheme, overtime and two months pr annum holiday
Can start immediately
Oh I'd prefer to work from home under current pandemic/furlough conditions

Look forward to hearing from you and being part your team
  • 9 0
 Please do one for jobs in Europe if you can!
  • 6 0
 the Shimano job was in Europe.
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 @whitebirdfeathers: I missed that one, I wasn't aware of Shimano's presence in Holland, so that's really intetesting! I'm an engineer though, so not for me sadly...
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 Sram is also EU, DACH is common shorthand for Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
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 @Paluzas: An engineer? maybe they need someone to drive a train.
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 @Paluzas: there are lots of bike companies hiring remote office engineers across Europe. If you have relevant experience don't limit your enquiries to the UK. It does not even matter if you only speak English.
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 Eindhoven is a great city to live in too! Famous for Philips (yes, your light bulbs and toothbrush) and amazing industrial and Dutch Design. Plus it has the longest street in Europe just with bars, restaurants and clubs. This sounds like a sales pitch for Eindhoven... and I speak fluent Dutch, and my family lives here, and I have lots of bike industry knowledge. Am I making a pitch to myself?
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 @Riggbeck: Very few UK citizens are going to be getting jobs in the EU now that their right to work there has been lost. Why would any company inside the EU bother with all that paperwork when they already have 27 countries from which to choose candidates..?
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 @sieneke: I agree, I've also studied and lived in Eindhoven for a year, but despite the good job opportunities for engineers I came back to in the north of Italy, super close to the Dolomites is much better if you like mtb!
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 @BCDragon: In my last job (also for a bike parts maker in Germany) there were a lot of colleagues from non EU countries, seemed it wasn't an issue if you were worth the effort.
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 @BCDragon: Right to work has been lost? Do you mean voted away?
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 @Riggbeck: that's non-EU countries WITH trade deals. f*ck our Government.
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 @VwHarman: 52 to 48 - don't tarnish us all with the shit brush Smile
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 @hambobet: I hadn't thought of that point. Good shout. I'm English and it pains me to see what Boris and his incompetent self centered chums are doing to Britain.
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 @BCDragon: UK citizen here, starting a new job in the EU in January. It's not all doom and gloom Wink
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 @sieneke: What's the dutch freeride scene like? Smile
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 @plyawn: off the hook. Actually, I wouldn't know from experience. Only started riding after moving to Canada. However, Trailforks shows 697 trails! And surely riding from below sea level to above sea level gives you a solid 15 meters of elevation gain and loss Razz
  • 6 0
 You missed this one if Whistler is appealing to any of you. And we're a good crew of over-enthusiastic riders at WORCA:
  • 6 0
 hope they respond better than you guys, applied to two of your jobs, followed up the application too see if they reached you and didn't even get a reply to that, bah humbug
  • 8 1
 I'd ride the fuck outta that Norco.
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 you mean narco.
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 “Thule Concept Designer” with a photo of the failed One-up rack knock off. Nice work.
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 hmm thanks, dream job at rocky mountain is too late to apply... : "then send your documents to with ''Mechanical Engineer'' in object before November 16th 2020. " this page was publicated today, november 26, thats not so much time (minus 10 days to apply Frown )
  • 3 1
 Since when has a product managers job included "lots of time test riding bikes"?! Normally it's hours of research, margin calculations and sourcing, Testing is in your own time.

If you want lots of time to ride bikes then be anything but a PM.

On the plus side you will have a lot of air miles to spend when flying is allowed again.
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 “Must be able to sit for long periods of time while crushing multiple excel spreadsheets. Must know V-lookup”
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 I know the RMB PM spends more time on bikes than anyone I know.
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 I guess you dont know any bike PMs then eh?
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 @thedirtyburritto: lots actually. The lucky ones get to ride a lot. In Europe at least it's largely a desk job.
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 @usedbikestuff: you know the score!
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 I'm still open for accepting a vice president level position of snarkiness. It could even be a jr vice president since I'm still willing to grow!
  • 5 0
 Trek Bicycle / Bontrager Helmet researcher sounds terrifying. Might be the only one I qualify for every time I go OTB.
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 The job is to replace a human for the crash test dummy. Fun, fun.
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 Senior designer at TLD.... Let’s hope their new guy isn’t stuck in the early 2000’s....
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 It'll become retro at some point. A say stick to your guns.
  • 3 1
 Cube could probably hire a new bike fashion designer as well . Those bikes look terrible right now ! Geo and tubes would be a great start(colors too) . Parts spec is swell though .
  • 1 0
 Is it like when they advertise jobs on this site and when one applies fo them and receives not even an email or notification to say "Thanks for all the time you put into your applications but we're not interested".

Hard to stay inspired reading this shit when ignored 99% of the time trying to apply for jobs.
Maybe Pinkbike could take a page from these advertiser's and at lease acknowledge when people dedicate their time to apply for jobs here...... just sayin'
  • 4 0
 Bummer im not qualified for any of those sweet jobs
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 Not with attitude, you’re not. If you have the confidence and willingness- tell them you’ll learn on the job and get up to speed quickly. Everyone has to start from somewhere! Go after it. You never know.
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 @Ryanrobinson1984: Now that's the attitude!
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 That's OK, you probably don't want a job paying 75-80% of what you'd make in a comparable role, with the pay off being able to see "all the sweet new stuff like a year before everyone else". Quote from a friend who went for an engineer role at a decent sized bike co.
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 @whitebirdfeathers: Damn right it is!
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 @nouseforaname: yup, the bike industry is notorious for paying less and praying on the cool factor.
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 @nouseforaname: Try like 2-3 years before everyone else. No bike company is only planning a year in advance. The stuff you see for product releases was finished two years before and is getting a polishing touch. That being said, yes, 75-80% of what you'd make in a comparable role is very accurate.
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 There was an HR job.
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 @nouseforaname: THere's definitely something to be said for get a job that pays well, take lots of vacation and enjoy bikes vs. working in the industry. Talk to a pro about how hard they need to hustle, then learn Excel.
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 @villaphoto: With no effort whatsoever you can see product that is a year out, what possible benefit could there be to seeing product that is 2-3 years out beyond masturbatory bragging rights. I can guarantee it'll be loads of shite like "Oooh in 2025 we're going to do OILSLICK! Won't that be cool??11?" Or "for 2026 we're going to finally eliminate creaky steer tubes by making them staaight 1.5 not tapered OMG11!!".
  • 4 0
 I was hoping for that Pinkbike job I applied for....
  • 3 0
 Did they ever get back to you?
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 @Ryanrobinson1984: nope... But, I would also guess there was no shortage of applicants...
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 qualifications: 10 years in the industry and a relevant degree
compensation: $25k .... and BEER TIPS!
  • 4 1
 If you're reading this, you should move to Kamloops and work at We Are One. A perfect cycling town with a rad company! tup
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 I sure hope these guys achieve world domination, while sticking to their roots.
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 "Make hashtags, memes, and catchy taglines your day job."

And then go and stick your head in an oven. Please.
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 If anyone has read this far, we’re looking for an amazon / marketplace guru for @kidsrideshotgun, and then a US market lead in the new year too. Get in touch if that’s you!
  • 3 0
 Where can I get one of those self-balancing Giro helmets?
  • 1 0
 It's doing a manual
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 No Chief Visionary Officer (CVO) jobs? Disappointed.
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 The Rocky job sounds cool, but the deadline has already passed!
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 The closing date on the Rocky engineer job is Nov 16th, apparently.
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 That’s okay. The job description makes this sound like a high stress/60-80 hour a week work environment. This job is similar to what I do now and I could see right through the job description.
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 @konarider112: I got the exact same vibe from the description, they really can't/don't care to hide the fact that they want to work you to the bone. Maybe they've had staffing issues if they're not upfront about the work environment.
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 @spenelson: yeah, wouldn’t doubt their turnover rate is high.
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 Shit, nobody needs an electrician, huh?
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 the giant link is the pivot link.
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 Fixed, thank you!
  • 2 0
 & they forgot the omnipresent Pinkbike: Sales Operations Coordinator. Infant onesie sales don't coordinate themselves
  • 3 0
 @lucbelanger There might be a rear suspension lawsuit over that.
  • 2 1
 My that Thule rack sure looks suspiciously similar to an industry leaders rack. I guess innovation comes in many forms.
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 Any bike brands need any IT infrastructure engineers? Hit me up, would be nice if the package includes a free bike. Or two.
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 Shimano in Eindhoven has so many weird job applications all the time..
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 Is Jill on Rapha now?
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 Hey Mr former X-Pole manager, this is your opportunity!
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 This is a cool topic for a regular feature!
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 Good news. I scrolled through and they are not advertising for my replacement at work
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 Pinkbike plz do this monthly if you can!!
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 Why? Cant keep a job long?
  • 1 0
 pls repost in the next 2-4 years when i have a degree in something unrelated to bikes
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 I'd take an industry job just for gear, no pay. As long as it's WFH and 100% flexible. Anyone got one of those for me?
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 From what I’ve heard-that’s what most bike companies are hoping for...
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 Arkansas. Ug

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