Another Tomorrow lives at the intersection of aesthetics and function, technology and purpose, artistry and sustainability. Launched in January 2020, we are an end-to-end sustainable luxury ready-to-wear collection and platform for discovery and action created in response to the values of the curious, compassionate global citizen seeking elevated, thoughtful design, education, and tools for advocacy.
Built on a foundation of community, transparency, and organic scarcity, every decision is guided by a value system based on three pillars – human, animal, and environmental welfare. Empathy for the Earth and its inhabitants is the common thread through transparent supply chains, stringent chemical management and animal welfare standards, living wages, safe working conditions, and full carbon offset program. We are a B Corp certified company and donate a percentage of each sale to our philanthropic partners.
We push the boundaries of what responsibly grown, and ethically manufactured materials can achieve. Sensual and strong, our collection is designed for living.
Available for sale at anothertomorrow.co, MatchesFashion.com and at the Dallas and Napa locations of The Conservatory.
Another Tomorrow is committed to creating an inclusive and representative environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.
We are currently hiring a VP of Supply Chain, Sustainability & Culture. In this role, you will oversee, and ultimately be accountable for the company’s ambitious goals and strategy for the company’s social and environmental footprint. You will be responsible for day-to-day management of the company’s supply chain, traceability, sustainable sourcing, circularity, philanthropy and advocacy programs. The right candidate will be a culture bearer, leading by example internally and representing the brand in public facing communications.
The role requires a knowledge of current sustainability challenges in the sector, as well as proven experience working across industry with all stakeholder groups. This role works closely with the CEO, the executive leadership team, the production team and the marketing team.
This will be a part or full-time salaried position (dependent on candidate and experience), that will include benefits including maternity leave, generous vacation policy and healthcare. NYC based preferred but not required.
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To apply for this position, please email your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “AT VP of Supply Chain, Sustainability & Culture”.