At Everlane we believe storytelling is at the heart of brand building, and we’re looking for that special someone to join our editorial team. Great writing and editing skills are a must, but we’re especially interested in candidates who understand how to structure messages for the online customer — someone who can distill complex stories into clear, impactful content that people will want to read.
The right candidate should also be a visual storyteller. Experience working with imagery and alongside graphic designers is a must: If you picture the headline rag as you write it, this just might be the job for you.
We will be considering candidates with several years experience either at an agency, an in-house brand, or at popular online media outlets. A love for Everlane is also a must.
At Everlane, we’re rethinking the way retail works. We have no middlemen taking their cut and no brand markups. Instead, we design our own luxury basics and sell them exclusively at a fraction of the traditional retail price. Since launching in November 2011, Everlane has attracted over 1,000,000 members and has been featured in The New York Times, New York Magazine, The Economist, Elle, and GQ.
Please note before submitting an application: as a company, we take hiring very seriously. Interviewing with Everlane may include video and phone interviews, written projects, and/or on-site interviews. Although we are unable to follow-up with each and every applicant, we do our best to run a thorough process for candidates with whom we identify a potential fit.
Everlane provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, genetics, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.