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Comment by Ethical Fashion Forum on November 16, 2012 at 12:25

PRODUCTION MANAGER

 

We are looking for a driven Production Manager with experience in garments and accessories, committed to Fair Trade and sustainability.

 

People Tree is a pioneering Fair Trade and ecological fashion company with offices in Britain and Japan. We work with 50 fair trade groups in 8 developing countries to produce a stylish collection that respects people and planet.  We give design and technical assistance to help marginalised artisans and crafts people overcome the barriers of selling their products

 

Role Description

 

Production Management

  • To create and manage the critical path and delivery schedule each season.
  • Responsible for communicating and resolving any delays or production problems promptly.
  • To make several trips abroad per year to visit producers to oversee, understand and improve all areas of the production and quality process
  • To ensure Fair Trade suppliers are fully aware of People tree’s requirements regarding product, quality and delivery procedures.
  • To monitor producers to ensure they are following all Fair Trade standards and accreditation.

 

Supply Chain Development

  • Work with producers to help them develop and manage their own critical path for fabric and garment production.
  • To work with producers to improve and expand their production capacity and skills development and compile six monthly reports highlighting any training required and feeding into strategic development with CEO and PT team.
  • To work with the CEO to identify gaps in the product range for supply chain development.

 

Quality Assurance

  • To work with suppliers to manage quality assurance proactively and prepare feedback analysis
  • To monitor the quality of garments during production and manage all areas of quality control after delivery
  • To ensure that all product branding and labelling is in line with Company policy and adheres to Trading Standards.
  • Oversee stock label management and ordering of garment components not provided by producers.
  • Review customer returns and take action if necessary on future ranges.

 

Candidate Profile

 

  • A minimum of 2-3 years experience in Production Management. An understanding of denim manufacture would be a plus.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of pattern cutting, grading, garment construction, fabrics, production and manufacturing techniques.
  • Have excellent communication skills to build good working relationships.
  • Great time management, problem solving and IT skills
  • Good understanding and interest in Fair Trade and environmental production.

 

Applications

Please send your CV and a short letter explaining why you are suitable for the role and would like to apply, with expected salary to hr@peopletree.co.uk and  ruth.valiant@peopletree.co.uk by 23rd November for an immediate start.

Comment by Stephanie Estall Knight on October 19, 2012 at 15:47

Hi i am a 3rd year undergrad at MMU on the BA Embroidery program, i am looking for design/making work in sustainable fashion/textiles to begin next summer or freelance now. I have loads of experience in fashion industry and natural dyeing. Would love to hear from anybody! Contact on here or st.eph.knight@hotmail.co.uk

Comment by steph steele on October 19, 2012 at 12:19

I'm looking for any seamstress/machinist, pressing/steaming or dressing jobs. I have a BA Fashion and studying for my MA Fashion and the Environment part-time. Based in London, pretty flexible. Worked at Outsider and Honest by Bruno Pieters in Belgium as production interns. Would love to keep on sewing everyday! contact me on here or at s.steele1@arts.ac.uk

Comment by Marie Vahl on October 7, 2012 at 18:14

I'm an experienced Fashion Management student looking for a 6-month placement to start this January. I'm in India right now on an exchange programme, having a great time learning about the other side of the fashion industry - production. So I'd like to come back to London/Europe and put to work what I've learnt.

Does anybody know of any opportunities within CSR or Supply Chain Management? For ethical companies I'm much more open to other types of jobs (Wholesale, Merchandising)

Read my blog here, this is my LinkedIn profile

Comment by Ethical Fashion Forum on September 28, 2012 at 9:00

People Tree have exciting job opportunities for:  

-Executive Assistant to CEO

-Merchandising & Logistics Manager

Click here for more info: http://www.peopletree.co.uk/content/51/job-opportunities

Comment by Ceri Jones on August 1, 2012 at 17:35

Hi,
My name is Ceri Jones, and I am a volunteer for the Global Summit 2012. This year we are running a Sustainable, Sexy & beyond Fair Trade Fashion Show and we are looking for runway models (both male and female) to participate in this event. We are holding the summit in London on august 15th 2012.

The fashion show will show some of the leading innovators and graduates in eco friendly and sustainable fashions. With this opportunity the models will have available free press and images of themselves for their own use from the show.

The Global Summit™ (TGS) is much more than an event. It is the catalyst for year-round collaboration of citizens, businesses and organizations working together to co-create a sustainable future.

The Global Summit is a 100% for-impact initiative with all proceeds supporting locally-led, sustainable development programs and education.

The fashion show will be held at the cultural soirée evening event on the 15th august which will be part of the opening ceremony and included some of the speakers and celebrities of the meeting.

If you have any models that might be interested or willing to volunteer for this event please send details to fashion@theglobalsummit.org

Thank you for any help in advance

Yours sincerely

Ceri Jones

 

Co-Create: 

Sustainable, Sexy & Beyond Fair Trade 

Fashion Show(s) at the Global Summit 2012

fashion@theglobalsummit.org

Check out these websites for more info on the event thanks!

http://www.theglobalsummit.org/

http://www.empowermentworks.org/main.html

Comment by Imogen Butler on May 25, 2012 at 11:19

People Tree - Wholesale Internship opportunity

 

We are looking for a dynamic and highly motivated person with a keen interest in Fair Trade fashion wholesale to support our wholesale team through the busy SS13 selling period. It is a great opportunity to be involved in all wholesale processes from order writing, to marketing and deliveries. The chosen candidate must master tasks quickly and be willing to work in a fast paced environment. Great attention to detail is vital as well as a professional working attitude. We are looking for someone who can commit to 3 – 5 days a week for a period of 3 months minimum. If you are interested please send a copy of your CV along with a short covering letter to wholesale@peopletree.co.uk before the 8th of June 2012. Please find a description of the role attached to this post. 120306%20Wholesale%20Intern%20-%20Job%20Description.docx

Many thanks

Comment by Ashley Bewick on August 23, 2011 at 9:58
London based fashion brand Ada Zanditon (www.adazanditon.com) are looking for unpaid Sales and Marketing Interns to start almost immediately and Fashion Design interns starting October, November and beyond. Please send any interest to Ashley at sales@adazanditon.com
Comment by steph steele on August 3, 2011 at 14:36
Hallo. I've just been accepted on the MA Fashion and the Environment course at London College of Fashion and my decision to accept falls on whether I can get enough funding. Does anyone know of any organisations, charities, brands etc that offer scholarships or bursaries? I'm currently leaning towards my study proposal involving research in to waste reduction and using innovative pattern cutting to create sculptural and wearable pieces that will last season after season. Any advice or links or contacts greatly appreciated. I have 3 weeks to make my decision!
Comment by Katrina Williams on July 8, 2011 at 21:26

Hi All,

Am very much still on the job hunt, i'm looking for something product development related with an ethical brand. I've got experience with a major high street retailer  but want a change of direction and pace to do something worthwhile in an ethical brand which will make use of my commercial knowledge and help to develop a business.  My speciality is Knitwear but also have experience in wovens, leather and denim. 

Give me a shout if I could be of use to you. katz2407@hotmail.com

 

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