Organic Skincare Company Seeking Talent
Sensible Organics, Inc. is a pioneering organic skincare company that was the first in the world to receive organic certification by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) in 2003. The innovative research and development team at Sensible Organics developed Nourish Organic as the world’s first true high performance, top quality, and affordable USDA certified organic face and body skincare collection. Today the brand can be found nationally in retailers like Target, Whole Foods, GNC and other fine natural retailers. This equity backed venture has doubled in size for the past 2 years and is poised for dramatic growth in the future with a second organic brand launching in 2015 with a major a national retailer.
The company vision is to improve consumer’s health and our environment by driving dramatic industry growth in natural and organic beauty with a short term mission to make organic beauty mainstream.
Sensible Organics is looking to establish its corporate headquarters in the Connecticut Shoreline near the intersection of I-95 and the Connecticut River. We are recruiting a highly motivated and talented team in the area that has a strong connection and personal belief in a clean & organic lifestyle. Ideal candidates will have some experience in an equity backed start up consumer product’s company (beauty preferred). Key positions needed:
Controller & HR
Customer Service & Inside Sales Manager
Brand & Product Development Manager
Sourcing & Purchasing Director (sub-contractor management)
Conventional Sales Director
East Coast Natural Channel Education Manager
Product Development Chemist (beauty experience required)
If you have interest, please send cover letter expressing fit with the company’s vision & mission and values, resume and salary expectations to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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