Union & Fifth, a fiscally sponsored project of Third Sector New England, located in Concord, CA is a newly-forming non-profit fundraising social enterprise platform, committed to turning unworn, luxury products sitting in women's closets nationwide, into funding for nonprofit organizations. Union & Fifth reaches out to women to donate their unused clothing and accessories (designer clothes, shoes handbags and jewelry) which are then marketed on Union & Fifth’s online marketplace to be purchased by discerning fashion lovers, with the proceeds going to help fund nonprofit organizations. Union & Fifth’s goal is to become a revenue-generating non-profit organization. We are the non-profit of your fashionista dreams - raising money for other great causes by selling designer women’s clothes online. We have awesome coffee, a pet friendly office and lots of amazing clothing to get creative with.
We are looking for a Junior Stylist who wants to grow with a non-profit booming start-up. The Junior Stylist will play a key role in the entire cycle of processing donated clothing, shoes, and accessories from unpacking bags to filling clothes into inventory. This role also does prep work for photography and works with the creative team to pull items for fashion shoots.
Key Job Elements
- Unpacking and hanging donations;
- Steaming and ironing clothes in preparation for photography;
- Entering items into warehouse inventory;
- Research pricing and describing items to enter SKU’s into website inventory.
- An understanding and ability to describe fashion items, (fabrics, trends styles)
- High School diploma or equivalent required;
- Basic computer skills and data entry skills;
- Passion for fashion.
We strongly encourage online applications.
We also accept applications by mail or fax. Apply by mail to: Third Sector New England, Attn: Employment Manager, NonProfit Center, 89 South Street, Boston, MA 02111; or send by fax to: 617.523.2070.
As an EOE/AA employer, TSNE and Union and Fifth Project will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant’s race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identification, veteran or disability status.