Liv Vancouver is proud to be Canada’s first female focused cycling boutique dealing exclusively in Liv bicycles, the first cycling brand completely dedicated to women.

Liv Vancouver owner Anne-Marie Gagnon loves bikes of all kinds and is on a mission to make cycling more accessible and enjoyable for women.

Gagnon also loves coffee and has outfitted her store with a professional grade espresso machine to enhance customers’ visits by serving quality espresso beverages. Which is why they’re hiring.

Liv Vancouver is looking for a weekend barista that can double as a member of their retail customer service team. While the new hires primary responsibility will be to keep customers caffeinated by pulling excellent espresso shots, they will also need to provide great customer service, as well as ring up purchases.

Read more about this cool job opportunity in Kitsilano here. And be sure to tell them you read about it on Kitsilano.ca.

Last modified: March 28, 2017

One Response to " Hiring in the Hood: Liv Vancouver Seeks Bike Loving Barista "

  1. S. Rose says:

    Nice.

    I don’t think, though, that the characterisation of “the first cycling brand completely dedicated to women” is quite correct – back in 1985, Georgena Terry started Terry Bicycles as a… cycling brand completely dedicated to women. They made great bikes with excellent value, most obviously different from bikes made for men by their smaller front wheels, later adding apparel, and eventually being sold and relocated. Still making gear for women. Georgena herself is still building steel frames for women, in fact, under the Georgena Terry brand. The video at her site – http://georgenaterry.com/ – is definitely worth a watch.