sewing skills as a job requirement… (I like the sound of that!)

If you’re anything like me, you may have tried to figure out a way to turn your hobby into a real job. I certainly put in enough time, but unfortunately the pay doesn’t reflect that! Ah, not complaining — just my lead up to say that when I came across a job opening with a great fabric manufacturer, I certainly wished that I lived in the area so that I could apply!

I thought I’d post the description here though, just in case one of you is lucky enough to live in the area and be looking for a job in this industry –

A new position  of  Projects Coordinator has been created in a textile company located in Jersey City, NJ. 

The right candidate will be:

  • Energetic
  • Creative
  • Have some sewing skills, or be knowledgeable about sewing. (Actual sewing is not a job requirement but an aid as you will be working with proofing written instructions for quilts and other sewn products).
  • Be proficient in Photoshop
  • Have excellent skills in the use of social media / good wordsmith
  • Self-starter as well as a good team player

 The perfect candidate will also be knowledgeable of the independent quilting marketplace. Some work experience is required.

Send Resumes to: laura@baumtextile.com

Of course, if you do apply, maybe don’t mention it to me – I’ll just be envious! :)

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4 Responses to sewing skills as a job requirement… (I like the sound of that!)

  1. 1

    This is so perfect to share here. Sounds like a total match for lots of your readers!

  2. 2
    torrie says:

    I live in New Jersey and if I considered myself proficient in Photoshop, I would SO be applying for this job!! I think it’s time for me to learn photoshop!!

  3. 3
    palak says:

    You should still apply! Maybe you could telecommute!

  4. 4
    Suzical says:

    Sounds great, though I’d have to move continent (from the UK) to apply..

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