Stampin' Up!
  • Riverton, UT, USA
  • DOE
  • Salary
  • Full Time

Medical, Vision, Dental, 401K match, PTO, Tuition reimbursement


Be a Part of Something Amazing

For more than three decades, Stampin' Up! has provided products to help people express their own creativity through handmade cards, papercrafting projects, memory keeping, and home decor.

 

The company's mission is simple, as detailed in its Statement of the Heart:

To love what we do and share what we love

As we help others enjoy creativity and worthwhile accomplishments

In this we make a difference.

 

Stampin' Up! products are available for purchase through a network of independent sales consultants called demonstrators. You'll find our demonstrators, and products, in the United States and Puerto Rico, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Austria, the Netherlands, and Japan.

We believe that we create the world's best stamps, ink and paper. We also strive to better our best by innovating around those core products. We have a passion for innovation in our development of stamps, inks, tools, paper, and kits.

Sound like something you could get behind? Good. Because we're looking for people just like you - who are good at what they do and are passionate about helping others. 

 

Did We Mention the Perks?

Here are a few of the other perks we offer:

  •        A wicked-awesome benefits package (go ahead and compare)
  •        A Friday dress code every day of the week (dust off those jeans)
  •        Extreme crafting experiences (totally optional, but give it a try)
  •        Paid personal time off...like, a lot of it (see "work/life balance" above)
  •        Tuition assistance and 401(k) programs (company match, baby!)

 

Roles & Responsibilities

  1. Exemplify Stampin' Up!'s core values: We care about people first, we act with courage, we better our best, and we own it.
  2. Identify new technologies and/or current trends that could translate into unique product concepts that align with business strategies by partnering with internal R & D team and vendors to consider and recommend line extensions, product improvements, or new products. Develop the business plans for those products. 
  3. Create product ID sheets for new products; partner with supply chain to ensure the smooth hand-off of these ID sheets.
  4. Participate in product panel and product stakeholder meetings including (but not limited to) brainstorm, product slotting, and trend process meetings.
  5. Proof all publications for product accuracy, including pricing, item codes, photography, and overall product-related content.
  6. Build PLM plans and annual portfolio process. Participate in marketing efforts to ensure the success of product lines and to meet overall product marketing strategies. Analyze portfolio performance to identify opportunities and build roadmaps.
  7. Actively participate in the annual brand review for your assigned product category, including sales analysis, opportunity identification, competitive insights, and category trends. 

Requirements

  1. General understanding of papercrafting products and the direct sales industry.
  2. Bachelor's degree in related field or equivalent experience.
  3. Three to five years experience in product development, product marketing, sourcing, or other equivalent product-related experience in a team environment and with cross-functional areas.
  4. Detail oriented with experience delivering under pressure and on time. Achieve a superior rating in the Munsell 100 Hue Color Test.
  5. Some travel required.
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