Brighton Collectibles Online Application
They have around 180 self-owned stores across the US and also stock their products in over 5000 boutiques in the country. Brighton Collectibles was started in 1991 as a retailer of accessories, leather goods, fragrances, jewelry, etc. and is still a privately owned company. They employ over 1000 employees in its stores and manufacturing plant. A part-time sales partner and key holder are paid around $10.4 and $15.6 respectively, whereas a full-time store manager if offered around $60,000 plus all basic insurance, medical coverage and discounts on products as additional benefits. Their revenue is between $10 million to $50 million annually.
By applying Brighton Collectibles you may join Brighton Collectibles’s family. At the same time you will be able to look for Brighton Collectibles job postings and apply to any notices you like.
Open Positions: Visual Merchandiser, Chief Administrator, Customer Care Manager, Marketing Director, Sales Associate, Buyer, Account Specialist, Assistant Manager, Projects Director, Key Partner, Manager
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How to Apply Brighton Collectibles Jobs: Official Site
The Brighton brand was founded by Jerry and Terri Kohl, who envisioned a different kind of company that would be built from the heart – focused on treating our customers and employees the way they love to be treated. We launched Brighton in 1991 with a single collection of belts. Over the years, it has evolved into an extensive line of stylish products that accessorize women from head to toe. You’ll find our products at over 180 Brighton Collectible stores and in over 4,000 fine specialty boutiques or online.
Our company prides itself on the “Brighton Difference,” which is rooted in the belief that the difference is in the details. Brighton is one of the few design houses where our own designers sketch each creation by hand and then follow the product from concept to fruition. It’s a traditional process that has been practiced for centuries – yet the accessories themselves are always fashion-relevant and timeless works of art.