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From time to time we have vacancies in both our Head Office in the UK and within our global store network.

 

Members of the very elite Irregular Choice team are expected to represent the brand and its ethos. Irregular Choice is known as fun, bright, and quirky. We offer a little piece of fantasy that customers can take away with them and this is what we want them to experience when they come to our stores. The vibe we create by using graphics, music, promotions, social networking and of course our products all work together to create a unique and fun experience but it is you, our potential employees, that can really make it something to remember.

 

If you feel you have what it takes to work for us, email us at jobs@designasylum.com with a covering letter and a copy of your most recent CV.  We will review your CV and try and match your experience to any positions we may have available.

 

Due to the high volumes of CVs that we receive we will only contact you if we feel we can match you to a position.  If you do not hear from us within 4 weeks of sending us your CV, unfortunately we will not be taking your application forward.

 

Junior product developer

 

Irregular Choice are offering an exciting opportunity for a junior product developer to work on a diverse range of products in a fast paced environment. 

Although this is not a design role all applicants will need to have a keen eye for design and detail. 

A little footwear industry experience would be preferable, but the role would also suit recent footwear and accessories graduates.

The job will involve developing footwear, handbags and accessories, following design briefs set by the brand owner Dan Sullivan.

All product development needs to be followed from concept, through production, until ex-factory. 

Working closely with the Brighton based design team, the IC development team in China as well as directly with factories.

The role is full time, and would involve seasonal development trips to the Far East.

 

What we expect from you:

A basic working technical knowledge of footwear construction and patterns.

Self-motivated with the ability to work within a team.

A design eye and keen attention to detail.

A passion for product development.

A can- do attitude and the ability to think outside the box. 

Ability to follow a critical path and adhere to strict deadlines.

Passion for travel. 

 

Please send your CV and covering email including why you are suited to the job, current/expected salary, availability etc to jobs@designasylum.com