Fair Trade and Social Enterprise Job Board- California Edition
The traffic always sucks but the weather never does. Here are some incredible opportunities at thoughtful companies in California. Join us!
The Little Market - Santa Monica, CA
Work as part of a small team to review, select, and order new products;
Review designs with production team and communicate design modifications and requests to artisan partners;
Anticipate and source materials that support each product (i.e. labels, zippers, etc.);
Coordinate getting product support materials to artisan partners;
Research and make recommendations on new products;
Track progress of product development and update production team on weekly basis;
Monitor product performance and make recommendations on product mix;
Follow relevant sites and sources for industry trends
Organize and manage photo and video database;
Manage schedule of photo shoots and shot lists;
Coordinate and attend lifestyle photo shoots;
Support seamless product photo shoots;
Edit photos for various uses, including for website, social media, press and marketing materials;
Obtain photos from collaboration photo shoots and keep team members informed of new available content;
Arrange for products and props to be pulled and delivered to photo shoots in advance;
Work as part of a small team to determine creative needs and content strategy for website;
Edit and upload video content to website;
Organize, edit and upload photos for blog on website;
Assist with improving and maintaining website;
Carry out other duties as required.
Review and vet artisan partner applications based on a set criteria and fair trade values;
Work as part of small team to select partners;
Schedule and participate in calls and meetings with applicants and current artisan partners;
Oversee vetting and onboarding for new partners;
Maintain and update artisan database with current information;
Regularly evaluate artisan partnerships and conduct follow-up, including annual survey;
Work as part of a small team to source new products, and identify potential partners;
Periodically organize trips for the co-founders to meet with artisan partners and source new products;
Occasionally attend artisan trade shows;
Complete surveys, applications and review forms for fair trade associations;
Carry out other duties as required
Fair Trade International - Oakland, CA
The Vice President of Resource Development is a key leadership position on our senior management team, charged with creating and overseeing the execution of all fundraising strategies and programs. This position requires a strategic thinker, capable manager and accomplished fundraiser.
The primary focus and responsibility of the VP of Resource Development is to achieve aggressive fundraising targets within the context of a $25 million capital campaign that we launched in 2014. The VP will have the advantages of working with an experienced and commited Board of Directors, an energetic and visionary President & CEO, and one of the best-known brands in the non-profit and social entrepreneurship community.
This position is responsible for increasing positive Fair Trade impact for workers in manufacturing facilities by supporting global factories, field staff and workers who participate in the Fair Trade Certified™ (FTC) Apparel and Home Goods program.
Day-to-day that means you will (a) cultivate relationships with global manufacturing companies to help them adopt and maintain Fair Trade certification (b) work hand in hand with our dynamic Business Development team to ensure successful outcomes for leading US based apparel and home goods brands committed to sourcing FT products (c) directly manage field staff in Asia, liaise with factory owners, workers and artisans and (d) scope new product categories and/or origins, and develop key policies and systems fundamental to program growth.
Apolis- Los Angeles, CA
Communication with outside vendors and daily correspondences with vendors around the world will be essential to your day-to-day success.
Expert within quickly creating technical garment drawings from designer sketch. You will bring samples to life and follow the product lifecycle through development to production booking. You will report directly to our Head of Production.
Everlane - San Francisco, CA
We are looking for a full-time Jr. Graphic Designer with strong typography and layout skills to help elevate the brand message through all visual communications online and offline. The ideal graphic candidate has a passion for typography and editorial design, but also has their eye on the latest web trends. Candidates should be able to design within an established brand identity system, while pushing the direction forward. Daily projects would include marketing emails, designing lookbooks, printed material for events and press, photography selection and collaborating with lead designer on larger web projects.
Everlane is looking for a Sourcing and Production Manager to run all steps of product development for our apparel collections. You will report directly to our Sourcing and Production Lead. Our product development team works in rapid iteration, quickly executing from idea to final sample, launching to market in less than six months. Communication with outside vendors and daily correspondences with vendors around the world will be essential to your day-to-day success. You must be passionate with an obsessive eye for detail. You will bring the Everlane product to life and follow the product lifecycle through actual production. This is a highly entrepreneurial role that requires a driven and organized individual.