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Kryptonite Has An Awesome Job For You

Written by Boston Biker on Nov 27

Getting paid to make bikes safer? Sounds awesome to me! Job posting below:

Kryptonite_Mark

Job Title: Customer Service Associate

Contact Information
Company Name: Kryptonite Lock
Address: 437 Turnpike St
Canton, MA 02021
United States
Company Phone: 800-729-5625
Web Site: http://www.kryptonitelock.com

Job Description
The Position: Customer Service Associate
Customer Service Position – Kryptonite Lock headquarters, Canton, MA
Team Kryptonite is seeking an energetic individual who can:
• Demonstrate excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
• Interact with various levels of employees and departments within the organization.
• Manage a fluctuating workload while coordinating efforts within a team.
• Input accurate data into customer service database.
• Communicate with consumers via phone/email regarding product inquiries and technical information.
• Complete additional administrative duties as assigned by manager.

Position Type: Full Time
Minimum Experience Required: 1-3 years
E-mail resumes to Daryl Slater at [email protected]


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Work For Kryptonite

Written by Boston Biker on Nov 06

Seems like a sweet position, and you know your bike would always be safe.

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Kryptonite Lock is looking for a Customer Service Associate for our Canton, MA headquarters.   We’re seeking an energetic individual who can:

• Demonstrate excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
• Interact with various levels of employees and departments
• Demonstrate excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
• Manage a fluctuating workload while coordinating efforts within a team.
• Accurate Data entry into custom database
• Communicate with consumers via phone or email regarding product inquiries and technical information.
• Perform Additional admin duties as needed.

Email resumes to [email protected]


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Cambridge Makes Top Ten Cities For Bike Theft

Written by Boston Biker on May 29

While Boston might seem a little more rough and tumble I would guess Cambridge made the list because of the vast number of bikes located in that fine city.

Kryptonite’s Top 10 Worst Cities for Bike Theft

1. Philadelphia, PA
2. Chicago, IL
3. New York City, NY
4. San Francisco, CA
5. Tucson, AZ (tie)
Portland, OR (tie)
7. Denver, CO
8. New Haven, CT
9. Cambridge, MA
10. Austin, TX


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