Your Calling

Every individual has something to give—a unique blend of skills, experience, intuition, ingenuity, and passion that blossoms when a career becomes a calling. Our searches for non-profits, sustainable businesses, and outdoor brands conjure up quite a few callings—one of them might be yours. 

While we’ve listed our most pressing searches here, we’re always interested in connecting with those looking to align their profession with their passions. Contact us here to get the conversation rolling, and peruse our latest job profiles below.

Open Positions

We will be adding more positions shortly.

NEMO Equipment | Marketing Content Manager

In NEMO’s 15 years, it has been awarded many of the most prestigious design awards in the outdoor industry and has established brand recognition around the world. But despite the success of the brand, the team still has the spirit of a start-up, with a fully collaborative, highly creative, radically innovative approach to marketing that resembles a hungry, young company more than a well-established corporation. Working within this exciting environment that is informed by design thinking and relentless experimentation, this role will be expected to operate nimbly and take a similar approach to leading the content strategy, production and dissemination. Having a deep understanding of marketing theory, strategy and best practices should be balanced by the willingness and ability to see past the “rules” and work outside of any pre-conceived boxes to achieve exceptional results.

The Mountain | VP of Creative

The Mountain's core values are intricately woven into every fiber of their company; everything from their green manufacturing processes, to the energy-efficient way they light their buildings, is designed to reflect their commitment to the core tenets that have served as the pillars of the company since the beginning.

Since day one, The Mountain has been committed to creating Artwear using sustainable manufacturing processes. They strive to operate their production facilities with a “leave no trace” attitude. This means that, after finishing dyeing and printing their graphic t-shirts, they want to ensure that there is no negative impact on their local and global environment. You could even say that being green is simply in their company’s DNA.

NEMO Equipment | Business Applications Manager

The team at NEMO is in love with the outdoors and seeks to inspire engagement with outdoor adventure through thoughtful design. They believe great product is part of the equation of enjoying adventure and stands to have a big effect on the experience of being outdoors. They are conscious of how much product there already is in the world and feel a responsibility to make only product that is unique, offers superior features, and is built to last.

Stio | Product Developer

Every brand is a product of its environment, driven by an ethos of place. Stio® is no different, intimately linked to local peaks, rivers, trails and people. Our team prioritizes time together. We are a collaborative and passionate brand where individual’s ideas and opinions are valued. From first Friday Lunch to community-trail building days, we make time to connect with one another. Don't get us wrong, as a small but growing brand there is a lot of hard work ahead, but that work is easier when shared and when we hold each other accountable to take time to play just as hard.

Stio | Materials Manager

As the Materials Manager (MM) your primary role is to source, develop, test, color and commercialize materials and trims that compliment the design, performance and cost objectives and quality assurance standards for the entire Stio product range. With a strong knowledge of fabric constructions, the MM collaborates with the creative and technical development teams to align materials with go to market strategy for product to customer. As an integral member of the Stio product creation team, the MM actively manages all in season and advanced development for materials including, mill relationship, technical specifications, lab dips, and MOQ information to select fabrics that align with brand sourcing and product point of differentiation strategy. The MM seeks feedback from the development team to refine selections and deliver to expectations.