Bike Rent NYC Want to Hire 30 Irish J1ers this Summer!

Still between two minds on where to go for your J1? If you’re looking for an exciting, fast-paced experience, then Manhattan is for you. That’s why we’ve partnered with Bike Rent USA to help make your dream summer a reality! 

Bike Rent NYC

Bike Rent NYC serves New York City residents and visitors through daily bicycle rentals and guided bike tours of Central Park, the Brooklyn Bridge and more. Located in over 8 shops around Downtown Manhattan, this employer is looking to hire 20-30 Irish students for the busy period, so you and your friends can work together!

Positions:

  • Cashiers
  • Bike handlers
  • Outdoor Promoters

Salary: $15 per hour.

They are looking for outgoing, fun loving people to help make this summer season the best one yet. Employees get to work with tourists from all over the world in the heart of Manhattan, all while working in one of the city’s most iconic landmarks, Central Park.

Day to Day responsibilities will include assisting customers with bikes, processing payments, and drawing in potential customers. Every day will offer new interactions and opportunities. This is New York, you never know what the day will bring.

Living and working in the Big Apple is the dream. NYC has so much to offer, you will never want to leave!  A summer job at Bike Rent NYC is your ticket to the summer of a lifetime for you and your friends.

To book an interview with Bike Rent NYC log into your J1 Tracking Account.

Just make sure you act fast because an opportunity like this won’t be available for long!

Read some of the positive reviews left by happy customers!

“I had the best time seeing Central Park by bike. The rental people are super friendly and helpful and if you want to experience as much of the park as possible in a short amount of time I highly recommend it.”

“We rented a bike each for an hour to view Central Park. It’s definitely the best way to get around. Amanda on the desk was extremely friendly and helpful. She couldn’t have been nicer. $15 per bike for the hour. Worth checking out this place if you’re contemplating renting a bike.”