Bicycle jobs this week

We have more bike-related careers and jobs than you can shake a cowbell at this week.

Quality Bicycle Products (QBP) has a number of openings in Bloomingoton MN, including:

Lakeland Regional Medical Center in Lakeland, Florida seeks Trauma injury prevention and outreach coordinator to teach “bicycle safety” among numerous other duties.

Graphic Designer for Scott Sports in Sun Valley, ID.

Film crew needed in Los Angeles for the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition in the first week of February.

Senior Software Engineers and Software QA in Madison WI for a company creating retail management software for local bike shops.

Get paid to ride your bike: Bike riding mosquito control in Roselle, IL. Among the job duties: “Ride up to 30-50 miles per workday.” Employer provides the bike.

Similar mosquito abatement jobs in San Francisco.

Director of Campus Safety at Shasta College, Redding, CA. Your duties include riding a bicycle :-)

Contract job: CAD designer for a bicycle product.

Hot Italian Now Hiring

Operations Director for Hot Italian in Emeryville, CA. It’s a “lifestyle pizza bar” with a bicycle in their logo.

Bicycle repair and maintenance instructor for Washtenaw Community College in Ann Arbor, MI.

Sports Marketing in Bedford, PA. That would be Cannondale Dorel Cycling Sports Group, right?

Logistics Specialist for Pacific Cycles, which is Dorel’s mass market division (i.e. Schwinn, Mongoose, inStep, Iron Horse, Roadmaster, etc). You’d be responsible for buying bulk container loads of bikes from Asia.

Hyde Park, MA Green Team Youth Coordinator.

Web GUI design for a bike share company in Cambridge, MA.

Outside Sales Rep for MyBike in Boston, MA.

Chicago area district manager for Performance Bicycles.

Austin pedicab operator for SXSW.

Operations Manager for Blazing Saddles bike rentals in San Francisco.

3 Comments

  • January 26, 2012 - 12:21 am | Permalink

    Logistics Specialist
    for Pacific Cycles, which is Dorel’s mass market division (i.e.
    Schwinn, Mongoose, inStep, Iron Horse, Roadmaster, etc). You’d be
    responsible for buying bulk container loads of bikes from Asia.

    If only we could get someone who CARED ABOUT BIKES while still pinching pennies on every bike bought and sold, we could get some decent $100-200 bikes if they stopped putting three types of suspension on them, and give them better wheels and components. People will notice these benefits more than giving them a better frame or tires, when buying from walmart/target.

  • January 26, 2012 - 11:25 am | Permalink

    Yes, those non-functional suspension systems on mass market bikes are pretty silly. I am seeing more and more practical “city” style bikes at places like K-Mart, Walmart and Target.

  • January 27, 2012 - 4:41 pm | Permalink

    I like how Dorel is already starting to leak old Cannondale designs into Schwinn comfort bikes! (even if wheels and drivetrain are moderately substandard)

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