Bicycle Mechanic/Sales Associate
ABOUT MOAB BIKE SHOP
MOAB Bike Shop started in 1995 in Murfreesboro, TN (Murfreesboro Outdoor & Bike) and is an awesome place to work. We have 3 locations in Murfreesboro, Franklin and Nashville. We build only products we love, provide incredible customer service to our customers (sales/repairs), create a fun atmosphere and do our part to change the world by getting more people on bikes. We seek employees who are fun, energetic, customer friendly and hard working. Come join us!
BICYCLE MECHANIC/SALES ASSOCIATE JOB DESCRIPTION
The bicycle mechanic’s primary responsibilities include tuning and maintaining bikes. This position will be based out of our Franklin, TN location. The bicycle mechanic’s job is very important as we depend on well -repaired bicycles to make the customer’s experience a great one. The bicycle mechanic reports to both our Franklin Service Manager and the Owner, but is expected to be proactive and be able to manage his or her own time and responsibilities.
Repair, check, and fix bikes following MOAB Bike Shop standards.
Prepare bikes on time for deadlines.
Take notes of all the work done on bikes + update the customer database (Lightspeed).
Keep the inventory of the workshop updated.
Keep the bench and the workshop clean.
Provide feedback about bicycles and be a part of the mechanic and sales team.
Be customer service oriented and personable as you are the face of our company.
Assist with related material (such as bicycle accessories, tools and inventory management as needed.
Ability to manage his or her own time.
Ability to prioritize.
Good team player.
Excited for this opportunity.
Able to problem solve and work in a fast paced environment and work under pressure.
Flexibility. The seasonal nature of this job means that there will be periods when you will work longer hours with the opportunity to take additional days and hours off at other times.
Good communicator and listener.
BICYCLE MECHANIC SKILLS
1-3 years of shop and mechanic experience is preferred
In addition to the usual knowledge about a bicycle, we require the following skills:
Assembling/disassembling and identify different types of bottom brackets
Crank arm replacement
Adjusting brakes, brake levers and shifter levers
Installation of cables
Chain check, replacement