Soome moebränd Samuji otsib tootmisjuhti
CV ja motivatsioonikiri saata hiljemalt 15. oktoobriks Suvi-Elina Enqvistille, email@example.com
Töökuulutus inglise keeles:
Reporting to the CEO, the Production Manager works closely with the design, wholesale and retail teams and is responsible for managing and coordinating the (outsourced) production supply chain for clothing and accessories (both salesman samples and bulk production).
This is a unique opportunity for an ambitious professional to join a rapidly growing, non-hierarchical organisation. The suitable candidate will enjoy - and be required to take on - significant responsibility in developing and scaling the production management function and grow with the firm. Remuneration will be linked to personal and firm performance (including a long-term equity based incentive programme).
Key responsibilities and tasks:
Manage and optimise the entire supply chain, from the production of salesman samples to bulk production and delivery to stores and stockists
Manage relationship with existing suppliers (factories, raw material suppliers and logistics providers) and source, screen and shortlist new suppliers
Assist design team with material choices, including testing and providing expert advice on material technology, garment construction, grading and fit
Place orders and liaise with suppliers on a frequent and regular basis to ensure timely delivery of raw materials (fabrics and accessories)
Place orders and liaise with factories on a frequent and regular basis to ensure that production schedules, technical specifications and requirements on quality and fit are met at all times
Develop and maintain standard measurements and grading and sizing records for all garment types
Perform quality control during production and on finished garments to ensure compliance with technical specifications and quality requirements. As part of quality control, maintain quality handbook, sewing rules and make standards and ensure that factories understand and comply with these
Manage process of collecting feedback (quality, fit etc.) and ensure that such is considered and changes made where required
Attend fitting meetings to ensure salesman samples and production conforms with the designer's vision and meets Samuji's stringent quality requirements
Minimum two years experience in production management, preferably in the luxury goods sector
Interest in and understanding of material and fabric types and technology, complex garment construction and digital printing
Must be proactive, highly organised and possess the ability to meet tight deadlines with extreme attention to detail. Must be comfortable with and thrive in a fast paced, energetic environment
Fluency in English required, other languages (Italian in particular) beneficial but not a requirement
Samuji is a rapidly growing fashion and design company - founded in Helsinki in November 2009.
Our work focuses on design and consulting, and is based on the values we hold dear in everyday life: a love of necessary things, simple functionality, and kindness. Our ambition is to produce timeless and sustainable design that serves a purpose yet carries a story.
The first Samuji womenswear collection was launched in 2011 and menswear was introduced in 2013. All items are crafted out of quality materials from European and Japanese suppliers and produced in Europe by carefully selected factories. The lines are sold in our own stores in Helsinki and through a rapidly growing network of carefully selected stockists (some 60 currently) across four continents and sixteen countries.
Samuji is led by highly experienced professionals: Creative Director Samu-Jussi Koski (formerly the Creative Director at Marimekko) and CEO and investor Frank Svenfelt ( over 15 years experience in international investment banking and private equity) supported by a close-knit team focused on systematically and forcefully building a strong and sustainable lifestyle brand. Samuji is majority owned by management and employees and backed by a group of Finnish and international private investors.