This is a job posting from company – Andy Jordan’s Bicycle Warehouse
Employment Type – Full Time
Work Hours: 8
Salary: $20 To $30/An Hour
Location: Georgia, USA
This job is 100% remote.
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Work full-time and ride year around, in beautiful Augusta, Georgia!
Are you a detail-oriented, outgoing, mature, and reliable team player? Have you always wanted to work in a fast-paced, exciting, rewarding, family-oriented, award-winning environment with dependable teammates?
If you have a high level of mechanical and technical skills and abilities, we have an opportunity for you!
We’re hiring an experienced, full-time, professional Bicycle Technician to the awesome Andy Jordan’s Bicycle Warehouse team!
Send us your resume via email!
Equal Opportunity Employer
Assembling, repairing, and servicing bicycles and components
Prioritizing work to be completed
Diagnosing bicycle service needs and service ticket writing
Operating a Microsoft based point of sale system and software
Handling incoming and outgoing phone calls
Greeting and helping customers timely, professionally and politely
Occasional housekeeping tasks
Monday – Friday work week, up to 38 hours.
Must have bicycle shop experience
Mechanically inclined, with great attention to detail
Customer oriented, positive, can-do attitude with a willingness to serve and help others
Reliable, dependable, punctual, team player with great communication skills
Must be able to work in a fast paced setting and adapt to changes quickly
Monday through Saturday work week, up to 38 hours
Local event support as needed
Must ride bikes!
Nice To Haves
Hand tools and bicycle specific tools.
Paid Time Off
Bicycle and equipment discounts
Work in a fun environment alongside industry veterans
Family owned/operated store with a rich, 45-year history and a large, loyal customer base relying on shop services
Community Involvement, Cycling & Trail Advocacy, Local Award-Winning Bike Shop
Andy Jordan’s Bicycle Warehouse was started by the late Andy Jordan, and his wife Susan, in 1974. The store is currently owned and operated by their son, Drew Jordan, and his team. The store is still in the original downtown Augusta location, even after a fire gutted the building in 1998, and is still