As a Service Shop Technician, you're as good with people as you are with your hands. After all, it's your job to interact with customers, assess their needs, and then setup, repair, and maintain their sporting equipment. In helping athletes get back to living "The Power of Sport", all safety measures will be taken to ensure their equipment is serviced to the manufacturer's specifications.
What you'll do.
-Assembling/disassembling different types of bicycles
-Wheel building, wheel truing, tire changing
-Crank arm replacement, change derailleurs, headset overhaul, chain check and replacement
-Changing brakes, brake and shift levers, cables
-Ski & snowboard mounting, waxing and tuning
-Maintain clean and organized area
-Fill out proper documentation for receiving, servicing and returning customer products
What you'll get.
-Discounts on all the latest gear
-A fun, fast paced environment
-Comprehensive training in a variety of formats
What you bring.
-Minimum 6 months of previous work experience in a bike shop
-Advanced experience working on repairing and servicing bikes, skis or snowboards
-Previous bike building experience
-Ability to problem solve and work in fast paced environment
-Good team player and communicate clearly with customers
-High School education
At Sport Chek, we pride ourselves on having our jobs be an extension of people's lifestyles, with a flexible schedule of work and play. Sport Chek is Canada's only national big box sporting goods retailers, with over 200 stores from coast-to-coast.
Inspiring Canadians to live healthy, active lives. The inspiration begins with you.
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