Summer 2023 Employment – Bike Mechanic (Full-time or Part-time) – Whynot Adventure – Nova Scotia’s Kejimkujik National Park

  • Location: Nova Scotia’s Kejimkujik National Park
  • Deadline: March 15, 2023

Bike Mechanic (Full-time or Part-time) 2023
We keep a small fleet of about 20 bicycles on site at Jake’s Landing. We have a service shop that
has all the tools and space for maintaining the fleet, too. We just need you and your skill set to
help us keep our bikes rolling along smoothly.

Our bicycles require regular maintenance with work spanning from changing a bike tube to installing
a new drivetrain. The bulk of the workload is troubleshooting followed by repairs.

We are open to this position being full time (supplemented with rental tech work when the bikes are
in good working order) or part-time, arriving twice a week to service the bikes needing attention.
Or, something in-between.

Whynot Adventure has a small repair shop with dang-near all the tools you’ll need. If you deem
we’re missing something and are convincing (don’t worry, I’m pretty convincible when it comes to
buying tools), we’ll go ahead and get it fer’ya.

Ask about accommodations.

Wage will reflect experience and effectiveness, but won’t be below $16.5/hr .

This position is available:
Mid-May through to mid-October (negotiable)

Some things that’ll give you a foot-up above others:
• bike mechanic training/experience
• optimism
• no problem with greasy hands
• enjoys mechanical mysteries
Send a cover letter (important!) detailing what you’ve accomplished (in line with this job) that
you’re proud of and what you intend to do for us and how that’ll translate to us becoming the best
adventure tourism company in the world. Please include your resume, too. (info@whynotadventure.ca)
Also, even if you don’t feel you’re qualified or are just nervous, send your resume and cover
letter anyway (some of our
finest team members almost didn’t apply…). Applications accepted until March 15th, 2023