Thinx Inc. is a growing, agile team of go-getters who value opinions of all shapes and sizes. Your unique presence will make an immediate impact on the company's bottom line and contribute to our long-term success (we've big plans underway!). We are looking for a Partnerships Coordinator to assist our Partnerships team, working directly with our Wholesale Project Manager. This person will have experience in wholesale, meticulous attention to detail, and a love for working alongside a sales, planning, and operations team and with retail partners and distributors. 

As a Partnerships Coordinator at Thinx Inc., you'll be working with a team that is growing quickly. You will be involved in all aspects of the on-boarding, launch and growth process with a variety of retail and brand partners from around the world while working cross-functionally with many departments within the company.  

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Manage a variety of internal wholesale documents ensuring cross-functional partners are updated with PO detail, ship dates, shipping requirements, pricing, and product availability across all warehouses. 
  • Assist sales team in on-boarding and ongoing maintenance processes for partners; synthesizing vendor routing guides, liaising with legal to get agreements signed, managing and updating 3rd party portal systems, troubleshooting any discrepancies and communicate with client teams as needed.
  • Track all samples and purchase orders to ensure adherence to retailer expectations and cancel dates.
  • Assist VP and sales team with special projects and daily maintenance of department
  • Work directly with retail partners and internal cross-functional teams to effectively communicate changes and provide visibility.
  • Maintain pricing sheets.

QUALIFICATIONS 

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Team player with a can-do attitude
  • Process-driven, with ability to juggle multiple projects and meet tight deadlines
  • Highly adaptable individual with the ability to anticipate issues and take appropriate action
  • Excellent organization and time management skills 
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and retail math
  • Ability to effectively prioritize in a fast-paced environment 
  • 1-2 years of relevant experience within a Wholesale sales team
about Thinx
Thinx’s mission is to create the most innovative period solutions that empower our people and sustain our planet, while breaking taboos about menstruation and reproductive health everywhere. Our innovation in period-proof underwear has been recognized by top industry publications, such as Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies of 2017, Entrepreneur Magazine’s 100 Most Brilliant Companies of 2016, and TIME Magazine’s Top 25 Inventions of 2015.
 
about Speax
Speax is on a mission to eliminate anxiety and raise awareness of pelvic floor health for the 1-in-3 women who pee a little when they run, jump, dance, cough, or sneeze. Our patented pee-proof underwear let ladies kick panty-liners (and the lame stigma of bladder leaks) to the curb. Created by the same team that brought you Thinx, Speax's innovative underwear are absorbent, washable, and a *wee* bit sexy. Equally committed to helping sisters around the world, through a partnership with the Fistula Foundation, every pair of Icon sold helps fund life-changing surgeries for women in developing countries.

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