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Alternate job titles: Apparel Designer I | Fashion Designer Entry

Assists in establishing the apparel design strategy for an organization. Determines style, material, and color directions based on input from sales/marketing, merchandising, development and manufacturing staff. Keeps abreast of consumer needs and trends, and supports the integrity of the lines/brands and the goals of the company. Produces design sketches and makes seasonal presentations of product designs. Reviews all styles for construction, and approves quality of factory samples. Typically requires a bachelor's degree of fashion design or its equivalent. Typically reports to a supervisor or more...



Alternate job titles: Apparel Designer II | Fashion Designer Intermediate

Develops the apparel design strategy for an organization. Determines style, material, and color directions based on input from sales/marketing, merchandising, development and manufacturing staff. Keeps abreast of consumer needs and trends, and supports the integrity of the lines/brands and the goals of the company. Produces design sketches and makes seasonal presentations of product designs. Reviews all styles for construction, and approves quality of factory samples. Typically requires a bachelor's degree of fashion design or its equivalent. Typically reports to a supervisor or manager. Gains more...


Alternate job titles: Apparel Designer III | Fashion Designer Senior

Establishes the apparel design strategy for an organization. Determines style, material, and color directions based on input from sales/marketing, merchandising, development and manufacturing staff. Keeps abreast of consumer needs and trends, and supports the integrity of the lines/brands and the goals of the company. Produces design sketches and makes seasonal presentations of product designs. Reviews all styles for construction, and approves quality of factory samples. Typically requires a bachelor's degree of fashion design or its equivalent. Typically reports to a supervisor or manager. Co more...


Alternate job titles: Apparel Designer IV | Fashion Designer Lead

Oversees the apparel design strategy for an organization. Determines style, material, and color directions based on input from sales/marketing, merchandising, development and manufacturing staff. Keeps abreast of consumer needs and trends, and supports the integrity of the lines/brands and the goals of the company. Produces design sketches and makes seasonal presentations of product designs. Reviews all styles for construction, and approves quality of factory samples. Typically requires a bachelor's degree of fashion design or its equivalent. Typically reports to a supervisor or manager. A spe more...



Alternate job titles: Fashion Designer I | Apparel Designer I

The Fashion Designer Entry determines style, material, and color directions based on input from sales/marketing, merchandising, development and manufacturing staff. Assists in establishing the apparel design strategy for an organization. Being a Fashion Designer Entry produces design sketches and makes seasonal presentations of product designs. Keeps abreast of consumer needs and trends, and supports the integrity of the lines/brands and the goals of the company. In addition, Fashion Designer Entry reviews all styles for construction, and approves quality of factory samples. Typically requires more...


Alternate job titles: Fashion Designer II | Apparel Designer II

The Fashion Designer Intermediate determines style, material, and color directions based on input from sales/marketing, merchandising, development and manufacturing staff. Develops the apparel design strategy for an organization. Being a Fashion Designer Intermediate produces design sketches and makes seasonal presentations of product designs. Keeps abreast of consumer needs and trends, and supports the integrity of the lines/brands and the goals of the company. In addition, Fashion Designer Intermediate reviews all styles for construction, and approves quality of factory samples. Typically re more...


Alternate job titles: Fashion Designer III | Apparel Designer III

The Fashion Designer Senior determines style, material, and color directions based on input from sales/marketing, merchandising, development and manufacturing staff. Establishes the apparel design strategy for an organization. Being a Fashion Designer Senior produces design sketches and makes seasonal presentations of product designs. Keeps abreast of consumer needs and trends, and supports the integrity of the lines/brands and the goals of the company. In addition, Fashion Designer Senior reviews all styles for construction, and approves quality of factory samples. Typically requires a bachel more...


Alternate job titles: Fashion Designer IV | Apparel Designer IV

The Fashion Designer Lead determines style, material, and color directions based on input from sales/marketing, merchandising, development and manufacturing staff. Oversees the apparel design strategy for an organization. Being a Fashion Designer Lead produces design sketches and makes seasonal presentations of product designs. Keeps abreast of consumer needs and trends, and supports the integrity of the lines/brands and the goals of the company. In addition, Fashion Designer Lead reviews all styles for construction, and approves quality of factory samples. Typically requires a bachelor's degr more...


Alternate job titles: Apparel Designer I | Fashion Designer Entry

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Alternate job titles: Photo/Video Specialist

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