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22 hrs ago

Sr. Footwear and Softgoods Industrial Designer – new

Easton-Bell Sports Scotts Valley, CA

At Giro we believe everything deserves design. As a Sr. Footwear and Softgoods Industrial Designer for Giro Sport Design, you'll work directly with… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Web Developer - Bell/Blackburn

Easton-Bell Sports Scotts Valley, CA

The Web Developer will be involved in the specification, development, deployment and maintenance of our B2C websites and other digital platforms… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Associate Product Marketing Manager - Bell Bike

Easton-Bell Sports Scotts Valley, CA

The Associate Product Marketing Manager is responsible for all aspects of supporting the Product Marketing Department of Bell Bike (Helmets), with… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Sr. Financial Analyst

Easton-Bell Sports Scotts Valley, CA

The Senior Financial Analyst will support the EVP, COO & CFO of BRG Sports (BRG) and work closely with the Business Units and respective finance… Glassdoor


19 days ago

Marketing Manager - Bell Bike

Easton-Bell Sports Scotts Valley, CA

The Marketing Manager is responsible for all aspects of marketing communications, advertising, and public relations with a focused effort on growing… Glassdoor


8 days ago

Test Lab Engineer

Easton-Bell Sports Scotts Valley, CA

BRG is a leader in the sports equipment industry and strives to create innovative and competitive products for both professional and recreational… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Product Manager - Bell Cycling Accessories

Easton-Bell Sports Scotts Valley, CA

The Product Manager position oversees numerous projects which include activities that address specific marketing needs and long-term activities… Glassdoor


14 days ago

Sr. Technical Developer - Apparel

Easton-Bell Sports Scotts Valley, CA

include capturing, communicating and coordinating all technical information with regard to product creation from concept, through development, to… Glassdoor


27 days ago

Mechanical Engineer - Accessories

Easton-Bell Sports Scotts Valley, CA

Responsible for developing individual products and complete product lines of moderate levels of difficulty, for which few precedents exist through… Glassdoor


27 days ago

Benefits and HRIS Manager

Easton-Bell Sports Elyria, OH

As Manager of Benefits and HRIS this position will provide strategic leadership and oversight of health, welfare and defined contribution benefit… Glassdoor


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    A dream job in the beginning, not so much in the end.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Scotts Valley, CA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Scotts Valley, CA

    I worked at Easton-Bell Sports full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    I really enjoyed getting to know and, on occasion, work with the many great people in other departments/divisions (the "worker bees" in action sports, nearly all of the creatives and the folks in IT, in particular). As the company is now BRG Sports with a reduced brand portfolio overall (no more Easton), the company likely has a slightly smaller feel; although with the major Easton team sports (baseball/softball/hockey) being located down in Van Nuys and the Riddell offices being in the Midwest, there was always somewhat of an "out of sight, out of mind" feel to it. In the relatively short time that I was there (~3.5 years), I personally felt like I was able to receive a "real-world MBA" and get paid well to earn it - I learned a LOT in my time with the company.

    Cons

    About a year after I got to the company, a handful of business executives were brought in to "change the brand culture" and try to focus the product lines of the more established divisions. Unfortunately, that strategy was completely at odds with the rapid growth plans of the division in which I worked - and the execs were resistant to considering any fundamental differences in the markets between the sport that our division represented and the more established divisions in the company (which often led to dissension in meetings). It also felt like the HR department, from the top-down, was way less "Human-focused" than anything else.

    Neutral Outlook
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