My search hasn't yielded much. Granted, there aren't many bicycle companies out there hiring engineers. If they do, they have only one, save for Trek, Specialized, SRAM, etc. So pickings are limited.
You're fresh out of school, so it puts you in a different situation. At the very least you can apply for some internships (I think SRAM has some) and then the hiring company can mold you into whatever type of employee they need.
For myself, I'm concerned that my background in non-cycling disciplines isn't particularly appealing. They might only want persons who have actual cycling industry background. Even at a bicycle shop working the shop floor or fixing bikes. If my efforts prove fruitless, I may have to figure out a weekend gig to brush up on the industry. Avid cycling and reading about bikes on the internet can only take one so far!
If you do think you'll want to be in the cycling industry 5 years down the road, I would make sure that somewhere on your resume you do have cycling related volunteer work or employment. Suddenly switching industries is quite challenging, as I discovered when I went from a glass/ceramics company to a biotech company. I anticipate similar challenges moving to the bicycle industry.
Last edited by tegnamo; 06-09-15 at 04:08 PM.