Bicycle Therapy- Mechanic and Sales positions available
We're looking for part time help. We need a mechanic and
a sales person. Some experience is needed, but we'll coach your
mechanical and sales skills.
***NBW LAMC graduates are encouraged to apply.***
Saturday or Sunday is a must.
Positions available til Oct. Call, email, or stop in to the shop to
setup an interview.
2211 South Street
|Rachel Rubino-Service manager|
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