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Prep and Assembly Tech


Guerrilla Gravity is looking for a Prep and Assembly Tech to handle post weld frame preparation including reaming, facing, and threading of frames. This involves using a lathe, hand tools, and various cutters. Also included is using air tools to clean frames to a brushed finish after heat treat. The Prep and Assembly Tech is also responsible for mountain bike frame and component assembly as well as powder coat prep. This requires handling the necessary backend processes, from prioritizing tasks to reduce customer lead times, to taking care of the cutters and tools, to cleaning the shop, or assisting with whatever production bottleneck may have arisen. We’re a small company, so bring lots of hats.

  • Attention to detail in everything you do
  • Ability to problem solve independently
  • Excellent mechanical aptitude with hand and machine tools
  • Ability to prioritize workload for efficient output
  • Treat expensive machinery and tools as if you paid for them
  • Drive to create and continually improve systems
  • Ability to lift 50 lbs
  • Located in Denver Metro Area (position is based out of our shop)
  • Higher level education in manufacturing, engineering, or materials
  • Familiarity with mountain bikes/biking
  • Familiarity with competitors’ products
  • Lean manufacturing experience & understanding
  • Compensation will be disclosed during first phone interview

Application Process:

  • Send Matt your résumé to
  • Use the subject line: “Prep and Assembly Tech Application”
  • Spell our name correctly
  • Instead of a cover letter, please choose one of the below to complete, and limit the response to 250 words.
    • If you have been assembling mountain bike frames and something no longer goes together as expected, what are the steps you would take?
    • If you have a number of frames in the queue that need two reaming operations, a threading operation, and assembly, how would you organize the tasks? For example, would you perform ream operation 1 on all of them, then ream operation 2 on all of them? Or, would you finish the first frame completely, then do the second frame completely, etc? Or, any other method? Feel free to state needed assumptions or describe what variables would change your decision.
  • Qualified candidates will have several working interview steps as we move forward
  • Please use only email during the application process--no phone calls or walk-ins
  • Tentative start time: ASAP