27/09/2017
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Fashion Journal

We want to help you on your way to score the job of your dreams, so here’s a list of this week’s top jobs from FJ Careers.

Your ideal job awaits.

Porte-à-Vie: Office Assistant and Editorial Marketing Assistant

Designer lingerie destination Porte-à-Vie is looking for a full-time Office Assistant and a full-time Editorial Marketing Assistant to join their team based in Sydney. The Office Assistant will need to have A+ organisational and customer service skills, assisting with the day-to-day running of the office. The Editorial Marketing Assistant will need to possess savvy writing skills, and will be responsible for the creation of original content across Porte-à-Vie channels.

Read more here and here.

Blaq: Junior Graphic Designer/Content Creator

Sydney-based indie skincare brand Blaq is on the hunt for a part-time Graphic Designer/Content Creator to oversee design and art direction for the Blaq brand. You’ll be responsible for producing original concepts and solutions, delivering marketing collateral including eDMs, social media campaigns and in-store signage, and must possess a creative eye with killer attention to detail.

Read more here.

Pana Chocolate: Graphic Designer/Illustrator

Pana Chocolate is seeking an experienced designer to join the team full-time in a recently-created internal role. Reporting to the Marketing Manager, you will be required to produce a range of creative solutions for print and digital and will play an important role on design projects from concept and layout to finished art and production.

Read more here.

Forever New: Designer – Bottom of Body

Forever New is looking for an established designer to join its Bottom of Body team in Melbourne full-time. You will inspire design direction across the Bottom of Body portfolio, working in collaboration with the buying team. Reporting to the Head Designer, your role will be to deliver inspirational collections for both Southern and Northern hemispheres.

Read more here.

Converse: Customer Service Representative

Converse is on the hunt for a Customer Service Representative to join its Mitcham team on a 12-month maternity leave contract. Reporting to the Online and Sales Manager, you will be responsible for all customer service related tasks for the online store, along with servicing 100 independent wholesale accounts across Australia. The role will include inbound and outbound phone calls and emails along with providing administrative assistance to the department as required.

Read more here.

Tuchuzy: Warehouse Assistant

Tuchuzy is looking for an organised and efficient Warehouse Assistant to join the team full-time at their Mascot head office. This is a very physical and challenging role requiring someone who is enthusiastic, hardworking, enjoys being busy and isn't afraid to get their hands dirty.

Read more here.

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