- Buyer's Guide
Keen to get involved in the carry industry? Maybe you have first-class graphic design skills, perhaps you’re an industrial designer who loves getting hands-on with product creation. You might even be skilled at telling the story of a brand in an engaging way that resonates with people, leaving them eager to learn more. The top-notch brands below have a range of positions available that require a variety of skills and expertise. Could one be for you?…
Fancy rocking up to Timbuk2’s design HQ for work each day? Well you could as their Senior Designer. From researching market trends, to traveling for development and sourcing purposes and staying on track with development schedules, you’ll be focusing on producing great products for categories including Men’s and Women’s Bike and the Timbuk2 Classic core range. Also up for grabs is the position of Product Designer, with a focus on creating products for Femme and Youth categories.
Triple Aught Design
If you’re skilled at sewing, can operate a range of sewing machines, and know English and Cantonese or Mandarin Triple Aught Design are looking for you. Positions are available for a Sewing Machine Operator and a Sample Sewer.
Interested in all things tactical? Want to work with a well-respected name in the tactical goods industry? 5.11 Tactical are on the hunt for a Product Developer for Accessories. If you’ve got relevant qualifications and experience in industrial design and working on products such as flashlights, holsters, knives and other tactical accessories, this is a position worth scoping out.
Think you’ve got great industrial design skills? Make Incase think so too and you might just become their next Industrial Designer. From creating look-and-feel boards to sketching designs and technical drawings, you’ll become familiar with Incase’s entire product development process.
Want to help people find better ways to carry their small EDC? Bellroy is looking for a Senior Soft Goods Designer to work in a small team. You should enjoy collaborating with others, as well as working in a fast-paced environment because you’re eager to deliver excellent design to customers as quickly as possible (after all, who wants to put up with ineffective ones, right?). Bellroy are also on the lookout for an awesome Retail Marketing Leader with a focus on bricks and mortar retail. From engaging with current retailers, to working on in-store branding and tradeshow booths, you’ll be passionate about stoking customers and retailers through amazing retail experiences.
Love the outdoors and art? Arc’teryx is looking for an Art Director. Rather than getting creative with needle and thread, your tools of the trade are impressive skills in graphic design and the ability to develop and cultivate a brand across print and digital campaigns thanks to your awesome storytelling ability.
Dig camping and the outdoors? Got a passion for skateboarding or snowboarding? Burton is looking for a Color/Production Designer to join their Bags and Luggage and Tees/Fleece creative team. If you’ve got great attention to detail, and have some knowledge of color, materials, trims and prints and how to apply them to a range of products, drop Burton your details.