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The Best Jobs on BoF Careers

For BoF Careers Week 2023, we compile the most exciting career opportunities now available on BoF Careers — including jobs from Tiffany’s, Mytheresa and JW Anderson.
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This week, BoF hand-selects the most exciting opportunities from nearly 300 companies and 2,600+ live jobs on the BoF Careers platform.

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Jobs in Marketing

Senior Marketing Manager, Dora Larsen — London, United Kingdom

Brand Marketing and Clienteling Intern, Mytheresa — Munich, Germany

Head of Integrated Marketing and Performance, Another Tomorrow — New York, United States

Influencer Marketing Manager, Sézane — Los Angeles, United States

Marketing and Communication Manager, Kering — Singapore

Jobs in Buying and Merchandising

Merchandising Manager, Burberry — London, United Kingdom

Merchandising Intern, Maison Margiela — Paris, France

Buying Assistant, La Garçonne — New York, United States

Accessories Buyer, Neiman Marcus — Dallas, United States

Merchandising and Planning Analyst, Bugatchi — Montréal, Canada

Jobs in PR & Communications

Communications Assistant, Billionaire Boys Club — London, United Kingdom

Global PR Intern, Vestiaire Collective — Paris, France

PR and Marketing Coordinator, Cinq à Sept — New York, United States

Director of Brand Communications, Bloomingdale’s — Long Island City, United States

Assistant Manager Communication and Community Marketing, Calvin Klein — Shanghai, China

Jobs in Creative

Video Editor, ME+EM — London, United Kingdom

Creative Studio Director, La DoubleJ — Milan, Italy

Graphic Design Manager, Tiffany & Co. — New York, United States

Graphic Designer, Nahmias — Los Angeles, United States

Photographer, Chalhoub Group — Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Jobs in Design

Designer, Self-Portrait — London, United Kingdom

Leather Goods Designer, Zara — A Coruña, Spain

Technical Design Assistant, Coach — New York, United States

Associate Designer, Skims — Los Angeles, United States

Ready-to-Wear Designer, Rejina Pyo — Seoul, South Korea

Jobs in Production

Product Development Assistant, Fred Perry — London, United Kingdom

Production Assistant, Qasimi — Amsterdam, Netherlands

Director Product Management, Tory Burch — New York, United States

Assistant Production Manager, Éliou — Miami, United States

Senior Raw Materials Specialist, Ralph Lauren — Bangalore, India

Jobs in Editorial and Media

Social Media and Influencer Marketing Manager, Koibird — London, United Kingdom

E-Commerce and Content Intern, Invisible Collection — Paris, France

Social Media Manager, Gant — Stockholm, Sweden

Senior Copywriter, Tommy Hilfiger — New York, United States

Content Editor, White House Black Market — Fort Myers, United States

Jobs in E-Commerce and Tech

Senior E-Commerce Coordinator, JW Anderson — London, United Kingdom

E-Commerce Trading and Marketplaces Specialist, Scotch & Soda — Hoofddorp, Netherlands

Director of Planning and Analytics Applications, PVH — New York, United States

IT Systems Administrator, Amiri — Los Angeles, United States

Data Science Manager, Tapestry — Shanghai, China

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