Title Harley-Davidson Parts Specialist (part-time)
Job Information

Few things are as uniquely American as Harley-Davidson. These motorcycles are set  apart by their v-twin rumble, their classic styling, and the freedom to make the bike truly yours with add-on parts and accessories.

Our Harley-Davidson Specialists are a different kind of breed. Maybe you are, too. Specialists are characterized by their hands-on experience with Harley-Davidsons and an understanding of the paradoxical logic behind the naming of these American v-twins. H-D Parts Specialist lead the many who DIY their rides, and they offer the knowledge Harley owners need to succeed with their projects.

We require that our Harley-Davidson Parts Specialists have a few important qualities:

  • At least two years as a Harley-Davidson mechanic or a certificate of completion from a reputable motorcycle mechanics school with a concentration in Harley-Davidson
  • Experience riding, especially in the Bay Area
  • A high school diploma (or equivalent)
  • The ability to stand for prolonged periods of time
  • The ability to lift 50 pounds
  • A reliable source of transportation — hopefully a motorcycle!

As a Harley-Davidson Parts Specialist, you can expect a few things from us:

  • One of the finest employee discounts in the motorcycle retail world
  • A flexible schedule
  • A fun, motorcycle- and customer-centric environment
  • Competitive pay

Instructions

If you feel you can “wow” our customers by offering them phenomenal customer service and a high level of usable mechanical knowledge, we hope you send us a cover letter and your resume. To apply for the part-time position of Harley-Davidson Parts Specialist, submit your resume as a PDF attachment and include your short cover letter in the cover letter field. Tell us

  • About your favorite customizing project
  • Where you love to ride and why, and
  • What unique qualities you can bring to the Harley-Davidson Parts Department at Road Rider.

Applicants with the best cover letters get the most attention from our hiring managers. Be yourself, but try to catch our eye. We get a lot of these, so the cover letters that show passion for people, motorcycling, and local riding get printed and passed around. Generic ones — not so much.

Once you have submitted your resume and cover letter, please wait to hear from us.

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