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The Dynamic World of the Motorcycle Industry

Welcome to our Motorcycle Industry Job Board!

Are you passionate about motorcycles and eager to turn your passion into a fulfilling career? Look no further! Our job board is dedicated to connecting talented individuals like you with exciting opportunities in the dynamic world of the motorcycle industry.

Whether you’re a seasoned professional or just starting your journey, we have a wide range of job listings tailored to the unique needs and interests of motorcycling enthusiasts. From sales and service to marketing and design, there’s something for everyone who shares our love for two-wheeled adventure.

Explore our job descriptions below to learn more about the diverse roles available in the motorcycle industry. Whether you dream of helping customers find their perfect ride, keeping motorcycles running smoothly in the service department, or shaping the future of motorcycle design, we have the perfect opportunity waiting for you.

  1. Technical Advisor:
    • Provide expert advice and technical support to customers regarding motorcycle products and services.
    • Assist customers in troubleshooting technical issues with their motorcycles.
    • Stay up-to-date on latest industry trends, technologies, and products.
    • Collaborate with sales and service teams to ensure customer satisfaction.
    • Conduct product demonstrations and training sessions for staff and customers.

  2. Parts Advisor:
    • Assist customers in identifying and selecting appropriate motorcycle parts and accessories.
    • Maintain inventory levels and ensure accurate stock records.
    • Provide product recommendations and technical advice to customers.
    • Process orders and handle inquiries regarding availability and pricing.
    • Collaborate with service and sales teams to meet customer needs.

  3. Sales Associate/Representative:
    • Engage customers and provide personalized assistance in selecting motorcycles, parts, and accessories.
    • Build and maintain relationships with customers to drive sales and promote customer loyalty.
    • Meet and exceed sales targets by actively pursuing leads and closing deals.
    • Stay informed about product features, benefits, and promotions.
    • Assist with showroom merchandising and inventory management.

  4. Mechanic / Technician:
    • Perform routine maintenance, diagnostics, and repairs on motorcycles and related equipment.
    • Identify and troubleshoot mechanical issues using diagnostic tools and equipment.
    • Follow manufacturer guidelines and service protocols to ensure quality repairs.
    • Maintain a clean and organized workspace and adhere to safety protocols.
    • Provide excellent customer service by explaining repairs and recommendations clearly.

  5. Parts & Accessories Manager:
    • Oversee inventory management, procurement, and sales of motorcycle parts and accessories.
    • Develop and implement strategies to optimize sales and profitability.
    • Train and supervise parts associates to ensure excellent customer service.
    • Collaborate with vendors and manufacturers to source quality products.
    • Monitor market trends and adjust inventory levels accordingly.

  6. Service Writer:
    • Greet customers and schedule appointments for motorcycle service and repairs.
    • Communicate with customers to understand their service needs and concerns.
    • Generate service orders and estimate costs for repairs and maintenance.
    • Coordinate with technicians to ensure timely completion of work orders.
    • Provide updates to customers regarding the status of their motorcycles.

  7. Parts & Accessories Associate:
    • Assist customers in finding and selecting motorcycle parts and accessories.
    • Process transactions accurately and efficiently using point-of-sale systems.
    • Maintain a clean and organized parts department and showroom.
    • Answer customer inquiries and provide product recommendations.
    • Collaborate with other departments to meet customer needs and achieve sales goals.

  8. Apparel & Accessory Sales Associate:
    • Provide personalized assistance to customers in selecting motorcycle apparel and accessories.
    • Educate customers about product features, materials, and safety standards.
    • Process transactions and handle inquiries regarding pricing and availability.
    • Maintain a neat and organized retail space and assist with merchandising.
    • Stay informed about industry trends and new product releases.

  9. Shipping & Receiving:
    • Receive incoming shipments of motorcycle parts, accessories, and merchandise.
    • Inspect shipments for accuracy and quality and report any discrepancies.
    • Pack and ship customer orders using appropriate packaging materials and methods.
    • Maintain shipping and receiving records and update inventory systems.
    • Ensure the warehouse and shipping area are clean, organized, and safe.

  10. Detailing:
    • Clean and detail motorcycles to ensure they are presented in showroom condition.
    • Perform exterior and interior detailing, including washing, waxing, and polishing.
    • Inspect motorcycles for any imperfections or damage and address as needed.
    • Use specialized tools and products to achieve high-quality results.
    • Maintain cleanliness and organization of the detailing area and equipment.

  11. Warehouse:
    • Receive, store, and organize motorcycle parts, accessories, and merchandise in the warehouse.
    • Pick, pack, and ship orders accurately and efficiently.
    • Conduct regular inventory counts and reconcile discrepancies.
    • Maintain a clean and safe warehouse environment, following safety protocols.
    • Assist with other warehouse duties as needed, such as loading and unloading shipments.

  12. Yard Person:
    • Maintain the organization and cleanliness of the motorcycle yard or lot.
    • Assist with moving motorcycles and other vehicles within the yard.
    • Perform basic maintenance tasks, such as checking tire pressure and fluid levels.
    • Coordinate with other departments to ensure efficient operations.
    • Adhere to safety protocols and regulations while working in the yard.

  13. Motorcycle Sales Manager:
    • Lead and manage the motorcycle sales team, setting clear sales targets and objectives.
    • Develop and implement sales strategies to increase revenue and market share.
    • Monitor sales performance, analyze trends, and identify areas for improvement.
    • Provide coaching, training, and support to sales staff to enhance their performance and customer service skills.
    • Build and maintain relationships with customers, ensuring a positive buying experience.

  14. Motorcycle Service Manager:
    • Oversee the daily operations of the motorcycle service department, including scheduling, workflow management, and quality control.
    • Ensure efficient and timely completion of service and repair tasks, meeting or exceeding customer expectations.
    • Manage service staff, including hiring, training, and performance evaluations.
    • Maintain accurate service records, including work orders, invoices, and customer communications.
    • Address customer concerns and resolve service-related issues in a professional and timely manner.

  15. Motorcycle Marketing Specialist:
    • Develop and execute marketing campaigns to promote motorcycle products, services, and events across various channels, including digital, print, and social media.
    • Create engaging content, such as blog posts, social media posts, and videos, to attract and engage target audiences.
    • Conduct market research to identify trends, customer preferences, and competitive landscapes.
    • Collaborate with internal teams and external partners to coordinate marketing initiatives and maximize brand visibility.
    • Analyze campaign performance metrics and adjust strategies as needed to optimize results and ROI.

  16. Motorcycle Instructor:
    • Conduct motorcycle riding instruction and safety training for students of all skill levels, emphasizing safe riding practices, traffic laws, and defensive driving techniques.
    • Develop and deliver classroom lessons, practical exercises, and on-road training sessions to help students improve their riding skills and confidence.
    • Provide personalized feedback and coaching to students to address areas for improvement and ensure safe riding behaviors.
    • Maintain a supportive and inclusive learning environment, fostering a sense of camaraderie and mutual respect among students.
    • Stay informed about industry best practices, regulations, and safety standards, and incorporate them into curriculum development and instruction.

  17. ·  Motorcycle Designer: Designs and develops motorcycles, parts, and accessories, considering factors such as aesthetics, functionality, and market trends. Requires creativity, technical skills, and knowledge of motorcycle design principles.

  18. ·  Motorcycle Engineer: Designs and develops motorcycle components, systems, and technologies. Responsibilities may include research and development, prototype testing, and performance optimization.

  19. ·  Motorcycle Parts Fabricator: Fabricates custom motorcycle parts and accessories using various materials and techniques, such as welding, machining, and molding. Requires technical skills and creativity to bring custom designs to life.

  20. ·  Motorcycle Event Coordinator: Plans and coordinates motorcycle events, such as rallies, races, and charity rides. Responsibilities may include venue selection, vendor coordination, marketing, and logistics management.

  21. ·  Motorcycle Tour Guide: Leads guided motorcycle tours, providing route planning, navigation, and commentary on points of interest. Requires extensive knowledge of local roads, attractions, and safety protocols.

  22. ·  Motorcycle Journalist/Blogger: Creates content about motorcycles, riding experiences, industry news, and product reviews for publication in magazines, websites, or blogs.
    Requires strong writing skills, motorcycle expertise, and a passion for storytelling.

  23. ·  Motorcycle Photographer/Videographer: Captures images and videos of motorcycles, riders, events, and scenic routes for use in marketing materials, publications, and social media. Requires photography/videography skills and knowledge of motorcycle culture and aesthetics.

  24. ·  Motorcycle Safety Instructor: Conducts motorcycle safety courses and training sessions for riders of all levels. Focuses on teaching safe riding practices, defensive driving techniques, and accident avoidance strategies.

Ready to take the next step in your motorcycle career? Don’t wait any longer – browse our job listings today and find your perfect match! Whether you’re seeking a new challenge or looking to advance your career in the motorcycle industry, we’re here to help you succeed.

Join our community of passionate motorcyclists and start making your mark in this exciting and rewarding industry. Your dream job awaits – let’s ride into the future!


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