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Job Vacancy 2 – Assembly manager

We’re currently recruiting another new team member at Shand to manage the final assembly and PDI of our full built bicycles.

Duties will include but are not limited to :

1) liaising with the customer to confirm final specification of their order
2) managing stock for all bicycle orders
3) final assembly and PDI of bicycles
4) packing and shipping of bicycles and frames
5) managing the warranty dept

As well as the above duties, we’ll expect the successful candidate to work on other varied workshop tasks when called upon. This may involve frame fabrication, paint and finishing work as well as other general workshop tasks.

The ideal candidate will have a proven track record working in the bicycle industry at retail or distributor level. An ability to demonstrate high quality bare frame assembly of road and mountain bikes is essential. Attention to detail and an appreciation of excellent customer service is a high priority.

The job will require someone who is a quick thinker, problem solver and someone willing to take on the responsibility of delivering a high-end bicycle.

This is an ideal opportunity for a bicycle mechanic looking to step up to the next level.

The role is full-time and is based at out workshop in Livingston in Central Scotland. Salary will be dependant on experience.

Send covering letter and CV to jobs@shandcycles.com

posted by steven - February 26th, 2014

Job vacancy – Frame Painter / Assistant Frame Painter

We’re busy. Very busy – and require a frame painter to join the Shand team.

Main duties will include the preparation and painting of all our frames from bare metal through primer and base coats to final lacquer. Graphics are applied with paint, so neat application of graphic masks (as well as stainless steel dropouts etc) is important to achieve a flawless final finish. Some light metalwork (filing) may also be involved as part of the prep work.

Experience in spray painting is not strictly necessary (training will be provided), but the ability to demonstrate good hand/eye co-ordination, an obsessive attention to detail and patience with lengthy prep work is vital. A passion for cycling and all things bike would also be advantageous.

If you think you fit the bill and would enjoy a hard-working, but relaxed atmosphere with a team dedicated to making the best bikes we can, send your CV for the attention of Russ at jobs@shandcycles.com.

The position is located at our workshop in Livingston and salary will be based on experience.

Flawless black paint finish

posted by russell - February 23rd, 2014

Some nice feedback

All

Photo (iPhone I’m afraid so not great) taken half way round a very nice 70 mile run. Bike looks great and rides just as well. Fits very well indeed so not sure any adjustment will be needed.

Thank you all very much indeed. I’m delighted. All that was expected and a bit more!

Have a good weekend.

Andrew

Thanks Andrew!

posted by steven - February 1st, 2014