Operations & Office Coordinator
If you have interest and passion for operations, let’s talk! As Operations and Office Coordinator, you will play an imperative role in supporting the growth of Buck Mason company-wide in operations and office related activities. Working alongside the Sr. Manager of Retail Operations and Visual Merchandising, you will be responsible for day-to-day operational support in all aspects of the operations department and collaborating with other departments on ad-hoc assignments and projects. This is an excellent opportunity for an entry level operations-minded individual to experience hands-on and in learning settings on operations rigor, formal tools and general business practices while actively working and contributing to the growth of the organization.
- Leading office related activities, including but not limited to maintaining aesthetic and organizational standards
- Support members of the operations team by coordinating activities and projects at different scales
- Procure IT, Retail, Warehouse and Office related supplies
- Support Retail with process, holiday, and event communication and coordination
- Facilitate schedule, training, and new hire operations orientation coordination
- Support warehouse order log management as needed, including collaborating on aging orders and omni-channel shipping allocation
- Search and coordinate vendors with guidance from Operations Managers.
- High school diploma and some entry level operations experience
- Desire to learn new concepts, tools, and approaches
- Possess an "all hands on deck" mentality - eager and willing to jump in and help get the job done!
- Thrive in a fast-paced environment and be able to make decisions quickly
- Have an entrepreneurial spirit and mindset
- Communicates effectively; written and verbal
Buck Mason designs updated, modern American classics for daily wear. Founded in 2013 by Sasha Koehn and Erik Allen Ford, who were neighbors in Venice, California, they initially set up shop in a 350 square foot garage off Abbot Kinney Boulevard. Using old school manufacturing techniques combined with modern technology, they took an architectural approach to product with the goal of making fashion less complicated, building each piece to last beyond a single season. Much of their product is made in the USA, where you can often find Sasha and Erik on the factory floor.