THE STORY

At Mack Weldon, we’re reinventing men's basics with premium fabrics, smart design, and simple shopping. We started with underwear and socks, pieces that could make our customers more comfortable every day. In seven years, we’ve greatly expanded our product offering, customer base, and team—and we’re just getting started.

We’re a group of apparel veterans, digital marketers, creatives, engineers, and customer service experts working together in the name of comfort. And we’re looking for passionate, proactive, strategic, and creative problem-solvers to join us. If that sounds like you… keep reading.

THE ROLE

Mack Weldon is looking for a Technical Product Designer to support the product creation cycle. You will work closely with our Design and Merchandising team on product development, garment tech packs, and sample approval. Direct experience with apparel product development and tech design is required.

WHAT YOU’LL DO:

  • Manage the creation of technical attributes for seasonal product development including specs and patterns; make recommendations as needed for efficient prototyping
  • Measure samples and prepare for fittings; execute fit comments to meet calendar deadlines
  • Partner on QA discrepancies regarding product inaccuracies in production
  • Order and track prototypes, fit and production samples; review and confirm for accuracy
  • Finalize and complete data entry into Backbone product system including final spec sheets, bill of materials, costing and minimums
  • Communicate daily with factories and suppliers; troubleshoot any discrepancies

WHAT WILL SET YOU UP FOR SUCCESS:

  • Experience in garment construction and pattern creation
  • Ability to think proactively and connect dots in order to provide solutions
  • Exception attention to detail 
  • Strong organizational skills with an ability to take directions from multiple stakeholders, while correctly prioritizing tasks
  • Sense of urgency and a flexible attitude
  • A self-starter with an eagerness to learn

WHAT MAKES US SPECIAL

  • We give a shit! - We care. We’re slightly obsessive. We sweat every detail. We fight for what we think is best for Mack Weldon and our customers.
  • We put our money where our mouth is - We own our words. We own our actions. We own our mistakes.
  • We solve problems - You won’t find us waiting around for someone else to fix a problem, if we can get our hands on it first.
  • We won’t sacrifice the future for a quick win - We wait for the second marshmallow.
  • It’s all about the people! - Relationships over transactions.

THE PERKS

  • Full insurance benefits
  • Open vacation policy
  • Great location in the heart of Nomad district
  • Office snacks and drinks
  • Thursday happy hours
  • Free Mack Weldon gear

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