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The position: Kids footwear designer for Crocs

Location: Niwot, Colo.

Job duties: Will assist the product creation team through support activity and idea generation. Researches, processes and communicates relevant trend intelligence. Creates complete footwear concepts that are distinctly Crocs, unique in the marketplace, relevant to the company's customers and commercially viable. Delivers presentation materials including renderings, models and samples that communicate complete concepts. Prepares physical mock-ups using existing footwear or other resources. Provides follow-up technical information. Delivers design specifications accurately and on time. Maintains design library.

The company: Crocs is a footwear company known for its distinctive shoe designs. The company has sold more than 100 million pairs of shoes.

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Requirements: This role requires a bachelor's degree in industrial design, architecture or graphic design. Candidates must have three to seven years of experience in footwear design. Requires ability to accurately interpret, indentify and follow appropriate information on specifications, standards and detailed instructions. Must be skilled at creating line art with an ability to deliver design support material on time. Having a high-level aesthetic sensibility, passion for design excellence and proficiency with Adobe Creative Suite are all required. Candidates must also be able to travel internationally.

Extra perks: Employees receive complimentary shoes, plus several other discounts.

Interesting info: The company has donated more than 2.5 million pairs of shoes to charity since 2007.

Other opportunities: Crocs also needs a product line manager, a creative manager, a tax analyst and a business process developer. In addition, there are retail openings for sales staff and managers. 

How to apply: Apply online.

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