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Product Curation InternBookmark This
587 5th Ave., 2nd Floor
New York, NY
Posted: April 11 2015
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 2 Part-time, Unpaid
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DescriptionVahlte is a cutting-edge start-up at the cross-section of tech, luxury e-commerce, and marketing. We are currently ramping up to launch in the fall of 2015 and have many opportunities for candidates with the right characteristics. All positions start off as unpaid internships however candidates who prove themselves to be indispensable will receive an offer for a full time position post-launch.
Product curation is where art curation meets luxury fine jewelry. Your responsibilities will include identifying periods in jewelry history, categorizing products according to periods and aesthetics, and managing our brand partners' inventory to curate products. You will work closely with brand partners as well as the tech team to ensure customers are being exposed to the right products.
Candidates will be exposed to a dynamic high-growth company that empowers its team to be proactive and take initiatives. You will have guidance but you will also be taught to figure it out on your own. We are innovative, fashion-forward, take pride in our product and have a killer work ethic but we never take ourselves too seriously to have fun. We love what we do and we do what it takes to get it done. There is nothing quite as exciting as start-up life and the opportunities for career advancement are yours to create.
Responsibilities- Researching periods in jewelry history and being able to identify design influences.
- Establishing cataloguing criteria and categories for products based on periods of jewelry history and design aesthetic.
- Must have a sharp eye for the visual and be able to develop clear understandings of various aesthetic personas with training.
- Must be extremely well organized, methodical, and attentive to details.