The latest cycling industry jobs and opportunities

There is an abundance of cycle trade job vacancies currently listed on the CyclingIndustry.News’ Jobs board, offering opportunities in marketing, sales roles, mechanics, and much more.

Bristol bikepacking brand Tailfin are looking for a full time Content Marketing Manager. The job entails creating engaging content, anything from articles, blogs, videos and infographics, with the aim of marketing bikepacking setups to customers and avid cyclists.

Education group Active Learning are recruiting for a Cycles Assistant Workshop Trainer. The role involves the teaching, training and assessment of students and other client groups within the workshop. Additionally, the succesful candidate will aid in the development of Cytech and ACA training courses, plus occasionally cover for the Sales Team and attend Trade Shows.

Sigma Sports are looking to add to their ever-growing team in a variety of sectors. Roles advertised include a Clothing and Triathlon Salesperson at their flagship store in Hampton Wick, a Workshop Technician based out of their new store in Oakham, Rutland and a Warranty Administrator to work from their head office in Surrey.

As business continues to grow within the industry on the back of UK Covid-19 lockdown, bike shops are reporting a skills shortage in the industry, prompting a surge in mechanic jobs created. e-Bike specialists Fully charged are looking for a Senior Mechanic and Night Mechanic to join their team.

Additionally, as a result of their continued growth, Canyon are also looking for an experienced and skilled Workshop Mechanic. The job will be based in Chessington Surrey.

After the recent recruitment of Mark Murphy as Fudges Cycle Store new Business Development Manager, the company is now looking for a Retail Store Manager and an e-Bike Sales Specialist. Both jobs will be based out of their London, Paddington store.

Swedish cycling helmet, eyewear, body armour and apparel manufacturer, POC, are advertising a UK based Account Manager position with the aim of further expanding the company’s market share and improve their brand presence in the UK.

Our jobs board is frequently refreshed, so if you are looking to work in the cycling industry keep checking back for more roles. To place your own vacancy and take advantage of CI.N’s deep reach in to the global bicycle industry contact our team here.