11/10/2017
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Fashion Journal

Whether you’re ready to reaffirm your love for retail, or keen to take the next step in your career, we’ve got all the right jobs to get you there.

FJ Careers is our curated platform of all the best jobs in the fashion, beauty and creative industries.

Each week, we round up our top jobs to make the process of finding your dream career that little bit easier.

Nique: Menswear Fashion Designer

Melb fashion brand Nique has a rare position available for a full-time Menswear Designer. Based in the Balaclava design studio, you’ll be working under Nique’s head designer and founder to produce seasonal ranges for Nique and White Label.

Read more here.

Crop Natural: Digital Marketing Internship (paid)

International skincare brand Crop Natural is on the lookout for a paid Creative Digital Marketing Intern for two days a week. You’ll be helping out in the Armadale office, gaining firsthand experience with an international marketing team and digital content creatives.

Read more here.

Zomp: Store Manager and Sales Assistants

Zomp is on the hunt for a full-time Store Manager and casual Sales Assistants in its Mosman and Paddington stores. The Store Manager will possess the ability to lead a team and will be able to deliver top sales results in a fast-paced environment. Past experience for the sales assistant positions will be highly regarded.

Read more here, here and here.

Assembly Label: PR & Marketing Coordinator

Assembly Label is seeking a savvy PR & Marketing Coordinator in its Sydney office full-time. This is a highly varied role that provides support across a broad range of marketing activities including public relations, social media, digital communications and events.

Read more here.

Lee Mathews: Store Manager

Lee Mathews is searching for a full-time Store Manager in its Brighton store. Reporting directly to the General Manager, you will be responsible for all aspects of management, including sales through excellent customer service and building of a loyal customer base.

Read more here.

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