Oxford Is Seeking a Part Time Junior Womenswear Designer

With over 50 stores across Australia, Oxford is an Australian grown brand that embodies modern, contemporary style and design.

We are currently seeking to appoint a Junior Women's Wear Designer, to work 3 days per week from our Alexandria Office.

Reporting to our Head of Buying & Design, you will be assisting in the design of our high-end Women's Wear ranges. You will be a "fashion guru", who will identify the latest fashion trends in Women's Wear and produce high quality garments.  

It is essential that you have a strong "Women's Wear" apparel background. You will also need to have prior experience working in a fast paced fashion environment.

To be successful in this role it is essential that you have:

  • Women's wear design experience
  • Great attention to detail
  • Current market knowledge
  • Be on top of the latest trends in Women's Fashion
  • An impressive portfolio of designs that showcases your creative talents
  • Experience working with Photoshop and Illustrator

Skills & role responsibilities include:

  • Interpret and identify key trends
  • Maintain high-quality design standards
  • Sketch and design styles including technical sketches and fit specs 
  • Create colour and mood boards
  • Measure samples and compare to specs
  • Attend and support fit sessions and collaborate with the design team to create a cohesive brand
  • Keep sample room in order including clearing old samples where required

This role may also suit a current Fashion Design Student as work days could be flexible around your study schedule.

This is a unique opportunity to work with a fun and dynamic team and take your design career to the next level. 

Please note, we are accepting Direct Applications only. We will not accept any agency submissions for this role.

You will be asked the following questions when you apply:

  • How many years experience do you have in a similar role?
  • When are you available to start?
  • What days are you available to work?
  • What is your expected annual salary?
  • Do you have a relevant degree or tertiary qualification?


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