Careers at Alpkit - Empowering our people to be their best

At our purest we are a bunch of people coming to work each day sharing our love of the outdoors. We set about building Alpkit as a business that we ourselves would want to work for: a vibrant, sustainable brand for multi-sport adventure enthusiasts.

Fast forward to ...

Current Vacancies...

Living Wage Foundation Pay and Progressive Benefits...

Alpkit Career Stories...

Diversity, Equality and Incusion Policy...

Areas of Opportunity...

A Creative Place of Work

Alpkit is rare amongst smaller founder-led businesses.  We are a team 100 strong with 50 staff in stores and customer service, 10 makers in our factory and building bikes, 10 in our warehouse and 30 designers, copywriters, creatives, buyers, marketers, HR, finance and IT professionals.

Alpkit Living Wage Team Shot
Alpkit Class of 2019

Living Wage Foundation Pay and Progressive Benefits

 We’re investing in our people with progressive policies to create an environment that enjoys the industry and energy of hard work and provides career building opportunities:

  • Living Wage Foundation accredited employer.
  • Staff discount, friends and family discount and equipment loan pools.
  • Flexible working with ability to buy and sell up to 10 days additional holiday on top of our 28 day annual entitlement
  • Welfare Days: additional paid short notice holiday to seize the moment and Go Nice Places Do Good Things
  • Volunteer program providing up to 5 days extra leave for charitable volunteering available to all staff
  • Sabbatical leave and career breaks with a job guarantee to those with 2 years service
  • Living Wage Foundation minimum basic pay rate by October 2020
  • Enhanced sick pay, death-in-service and enhanced pension provision
  • Retail Trust membership to support mental wellbeing
  • Paid study support with additional paid time off
  • Minimum 5 days paid on-the-job training a year available to all staff
  • Management development program to all and aspirant managers
  • Adventure training
  • Life skills training
  • Child care friendly policies
  • Dog friendly workplace

Alpkit Career Stories

We are always on the lookout for talented, creative people with an interest in the outdoors to be part of our team.

We have a relaxed working environment but we work hard. Tea and coffee is always to hand, decent music is almost always on but when there is stuff to do, we knuckle down and get on with the job. Attributes we commonly look for are an interest in the outdoors, self-motivation, pride in producing high-quality products from start to finish and love for working in small teams.

Josh's Alpkit Journey To Accountancy Jedi

Josh Soar Wins Apprentice Of The Year

Josh Soar Wins Apprentice Of The Year

I’m an Accounts Apprentice and started in October 2017 as my first proper job. I started doing book-keeping, then moved onto looking after management accounts and assisting senior members of the team. After two years I’m now training people on how to the job that I used to do when I first started! Alpkit has paid for my formal training as well as what I’m doing on-the-job. I’m in college one day a week, training for my AAT qualification, which will be finished this year. The next step for me is to get the CIMA qualification, which will take three years and mean that I’ll be a qualified accountant, which is amazing. I love working at Alpkit, it’s relaxed, positive and everyone here is supportive. It’s also been interesting to go on Adventure Training with the team, which totally took me out of my comfort zone! Hiking up hills, mountain-biking and running along trails in the dark learning about headtorches is very different to reconciliations and posting prepayments and accruals. Apparently the mountain biking was a beginners route but seriously, I could barely walk some bits, let alone ride them – great fun!

Abby's Route To Alpkit Keswick Store Manager

Abby Cornforth Alpkit Keswick Store Manager

 

I started working at the age of 12. Paper rounds filled the early mornings before school and my weekends spent working in the local co op. At college, I studied art and design, again filling the weekends with graft at an outdoor clothing retailer and my evenings training for the Cumbrian Tennis Championships. Outdoor retail turned full time after moving to Keswick back in 2010. Since then I have worked my way up the management sector, realising, this was my calling. To be able to work in awesome stores, in the beautiful countryside, have as much fun as I could before and after work hours and all on my doorstep! This path led me to become manager at Alpkit Keswick, a fantastic company, who have looked after me and supported me in making the Keswick's store my own. They allow me to connect my hobbies to my work through artwork and adventures, like plunging myself into cold water, cycling and bikepacking, vanlife adventures, running, walking, climbing, paddleboarding or just loving life with my best canine friend. Don't sit still too long.....life will pass you by!

Andy's Alpkit Experience In Retail Support And Training

Andy Dexter Alpkit Training and Retail Operations

 

I started with Alpkit just as the Hathersage store was opening in 2017. Since then I went from working in-store, to with our Customer Support team, to taking on a new role as Retail Operations (with a side of Training Co-Ordination). Part of this role has meant going from taking part in our Adventure Training to organising it! Adventure Training is an opportunity for our team to get hands-on with different gear, whilst also learning from our Product Team about the technology and development which goes into creating it. As someone who enjoys just getting outside and doing good things in nice places (but specifically fell-running; dog in tow) Alpkit has been a fantastic environment to spend time with like-minded people, and get introduced to new ways of adventuring.

Hero to Head of Customer Support

Ashleigh Head of Customer SupportAshleigh Naysmith Head Of Customer Service

 

I’ve been involved at Alpkit since 2005 as a competition climber where I met Col, Nick, Jim & Kenny climbing and demoing product. I landed a sponsorship deal with two others and embarked on many adventures.

Alpkit's aim is simple: make great kit, at great prices backed by great service. The why of Alpkit is summarised perfectly by Go Nice Places, Do Good Things.

Fast forward a few years, I landed a job and was so happy to be working in such a creative environment with an awesome bunch of people. I loved customers and the variety of the job. I’d be packing in the warehouse, writing content for the website, doing bank recs, modelling for photoshoots and cleaning the loos! We were growing exponentially and I was soon managing the Customer Support team.

The training and opportunities at Alpkit have carved a career that I simply couldn’t have imagined back in 2013.  Our management team regularly take days out to discuss our progress and our longer term strategy. These are some of my favourite days: I watch my colleagues and I can see their passion; their faces light up like children at Christmas.

Sure, we sell kit. But it is more than that. We want to enable, inspire and grow a community that loves and connects with the world’s wild places - that is going to be one heck of a journey, and I find that very exciting.

Buying Assistant to Head of Buying (MBA)

Jack Robinson Head of BuyingJack Robinson Head of Buying

 

I joined Alpkit in December 2014 just as it began its growth trajectory to lead a buying team of 1, me. My personal experience can only really be described as an expedition with opportunities around every corner. Learning, learning, learning. As the team has expanded, my 5+ year run at Alpkit has seen me move through functional and management roles; recently culminating in a position on the company’s newly formed operating board.

I’ve been able to achieve this because of the support and opportunities that have been available to me. The balance of hands-on hands-off has meant I’ve learnt from some of the most experienced peers and leaders in the outdoor industry, whilst also being afforded the space to make my own mark on Alpkit’s history. I’ve been able to develop professionally off the back of a supported MBA, the lessons from which I’ve been able to bring back to the broader team helping me to reinforce the learnings and apply them practically in an entrepreneurial and creative environment.

 

Alpkit Class of 2018

Diversity, Equality and Inclusion

Boulder Adventures 4 days of adventure

 Alpkit Foundation support Boulder Adventures in North Wales

At Alpkit our vision for all staff and customers ‘is a place where you are listened to, your opinion matters, you feel fairly treated. United into one…you are treated as unique. You have your own story, but our paths are entwined.’

So, it’s no surprise that we have always had ambition to work both internally to celebrate individuality and inclusion and externally to create an outdoors welcoming to all.

We believe that embracing equality, inclusion and diversity is not only the right thing to do but it makes us a stronger more successful part of our outdoor community; the different voices, different perspectives and different day to day experiences from our people and customers makes us who we are.

Yes, our team are on a journey, but we are led by our desire and commitment to actively build an environment based on aktivism; not just a feeling but an experience of belonging.

  • We find the best talent we can
  • Everyone feels supported and empowered to participate
  • We are rewarded fairly and our work is celebrated
  • We communicate openly and are ok asking questions on matters that affect us
  • Regardless of our identity, background or circumstance, we all have the opportunity to develop to our full potential
  • We care for ourselves, our colleagues and our customers by providing a safe, supportive and inclusive environment

Areas of opportunity at Alpkit

If we have a specific position available we will announce it here, however if you like what we do and you think that you would fit in to one of the roles below why not just drop us your CV along with a covering letter/email to jobs@alpkit.com. Explain why you would like to be part of the team, and if a position becomes available we will already have you on file.

Graphic Design, Copywriters and Web Development

Our website is where most of the action happens. We hope it reflects who we are and what we are about as well as providing our customers with accessible information, support and a simple, effective shopping experience.

We get a big kick producing high quality photography and videos. We handle most of it in-house or via our sponsored team members. Saying that we have a growing team of freelancers to call on.

If you've a talent in web design, graphic design, copywriting, artworking, photography, videography or marketing then we want to hear from you.

Seamsters

With our small factory at the heart of our bright and colourful showroom we have a unique working environment. Experience with automatic lockstitch sewing machines, ideally with heavy fabrics, is essential. Cutting, binding, bar tacking and zip insertion experience would be an advantage.

Alpkit Factory Team 2017

Warehouse Team

If there is one unbreakable rule at Alpkit it is that orders must go out the door! The warehouse team are responsible for packing customers orders, keeping the shelves stocked and the warehouse in order. You will need to be able to keep a steady head when it gets busy, pick up errors and understand postage. We look for people who are fastidious about efficiency, tidiness and order.

Customer Service Heros

There is no one more important than a customer service hero. Our reputation for great customer service is huge and we want to maintain that.

Ideally you will have experience of a customer service environment, be able to work to deadlines and have proven high levels of English and Maths as well as solid basic IT skills. 

Alpkit Adventure Training 2019

Part Time Store Heroes

We look for amazing people to work in our stores, we now have 6 stores open in fantastic, vibrant and bustling locations - Hathersage, Ambleside, Keswick, Metrocentre, Edinburgh and Betws-y-Coed.

Our heroes on the customer front line play a huge part within Alpkit, which is why we are expecting this to be an exciting opportunity for those who love the outdoors, love retail and want to work in our exciting new stores, offering real service with personality.

Product Design and Development

Alpkit is a product brand. High quality products are our bread and butter.

Our product team has to be adaptive as they work on anything from custom UK made products to sampling and placing orders with overseas factories months in advance.

We look for people who are bursting with enthusiasm and who are not afraid to jump on a sewing machine and knock out a prototype.

Shows and Events

We attend shows all over the country, anything from gear nights at climbing walls to multi-day shows like the Kendal Mountain Festival and our own Big Shakeout festival.

If you are looking for occasional or part-time work this could be good for you. It is essential that you can work weekends, don't mind some manual work, long days and have a great knowledge of our products and outdoor activities.

Current Vacancies


Warehouse Assistant

Location: Alpkit Warehouse, Oak House, Nottingham
Position: Permanent, Full Time
Hours: 40hrs per week

About the Role

Are you someone who naturally wants to ‘roll their sleeves up and get stuck in’? Do you thrive in a team who delivers results? And most importantly do you care that customers always receive the product they ordered on-time?

In this role you will perform general warehouse duties in order to maintain a smooth operation including picking and packing, unloading and loading of stock all whilst working safely.

About the Team

The Warehouse Team is small but mighty; a vital part of our supply chain, this team ensures all our product is picked, packed and sent out on time to our lovely customers to help them go nice places. It’s fast passed and demanding but they have regular brew breaks to keep them going!

About You
  • You will have a high level of accuracy
  • Operate in a safe manner
  • Enjoy working within a small team of warehouse superhero’s
  • Previous experience of working in a similar warehouse environment would be beneficial.
Perks of the Job

Ability to buy extra holiday, Alpkit discount for you, your family and friends, life insurance, critical illness cover, cycle to work scheme, enhanced pension contributions, paid volunteer days and we are environmentally and sustainability conscious and we promote a learning culture.

We value all cultures, backgrounds and experiences, be yourself, join our community and help us “go nice places and do good things.”

How to Apply

If you think you would like to work in warehouse email jobs@alpkit.com telling us why you think you’d fit in well at Alpkit along with your CV, experience and all that jazz. 

Store Manager - Ambleside

Location: Ambleside
Position: Permanent, Full Time
Hours: 40hrs per week including weekends and bank holidays

About the Role

Lead our merry band of Heroes!

We are looking for a Store Manager for our Ambleside store in the Lake District.

Lead and motivate an engaged store team to deliver our mission and desire to inspire our community to “go nice places, do good things” at store level. Be a brand ambassador for Alpkit and role model our values to exceed the customers expectation. Ensure store profit and sales are in line with or in excess of business requirements

Our heroes on the customer front line play a huge part within Alpkit, and we need someone special to lead our team. This is an exciting opportunity for those who love the outdoors, love retail and want to work in a new vibrant store, offering real service with personality.

About You
  • Actively interested in the outdoors.
  • Take pride in offering great service.
  • Motivated to get things done
  • Have an awareness across a range of outdoor gear and activities.
  • Have experience in retail management or in managing small teams.
How to Apply

If you are interested in applying, then email your CV and covering letter to jobs@alpkit.com, clearly stating the position you are applying for.

Goods In Team Leader

Location: Alpkit Campus (Nottingham)
Position: Permanent, Full Time

Are you someone who naturally wants to ‘roll their sleeves up and get stuck in’? Do you thrive in a team who delivers results? And most importantly do you care that customers always receive the product they ordered on-time? We’re on the hunt for a Goods In Team Leader for our Warehouse at AK Campus.

In this role you will run the Goods In department at our Nottingham site, you will lead by example; training others, prioritising the workload efficiently, working accurately and methodically and liaising with other departments to ensure maximum efficiencies are met.

We strive to be with our customer throughout their journey with us, and our warehouse is the heart of Alpkit.

About the Team

The Warehouse Team is small but mighty; a vital part of our supply chain, this team ensures all our product is picked, packed and sent out on time to our lovely customers to help them go nice places. It’s fast passed and demanding but they have regular brew breaks to keep them going!

At Alpkit, we value all cultures, backgrounds and experiences, as we truly believe that diversity drives innovation. Express yourself, join our community, and help us “Go nice places, do good things.”

In addition to a competitive salary, our benefits include an ability to buy extra holiday, Alpkit discount for you and your family and friends, life insurance, critical illness cover, Cycle to Work scheme, enhanced pension contributions, and paid volunteer days. We are environmentally conscious and sustainability driven, and we promote a learning culture. Read about all our benefits on our career page.

About the Role
  • Deliver clear operational direction, leadership, and development to your team of operational staff
  • Closely monitor performance levels, ensuring that we’re always meeting or exceeding our SLAs
  • Carry out team briefings and general staff communication
  • Work closely alongside the Warehouse Manager to eradicate stock discrepancies and errors
About You
  • Highly organised
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Previous experience in managing a team in a fast-paced warehouse environment
  • Excellent working knowledge of the warehousing process, in particular experience of stock control
  • Confidence in the use of a warehouse management system
  • The ability to effectively lead and manage a team
  • Fork lift truck license
  • Experience of customs warehousing
How to Apply

If you are interested in joining our team email your CV and covering letter to jobs@alpkit.com.

Head of Supply Chain

Location: Alpkit Campus (Nottingham)
Position: Permanent, Full Time

About the Role

Our Head of Supply Chain is a member of our senior leadership team and reports to the Chief Exec. It leads our Supply Chain team and is accountable for the buying and merchandising all our products building great relationships with all our factories and living our sustainability principles by improving social and enviornmental standards throughout our supply chain including resource reduction and poverty alleviation outcomes.

Key Responsibilities:
  • Stock flow - how we flow product from factory and mill to Alpkit warehouse, making sure we do the right things and do them right
  • Overseas Warehousing/Consolidation and Freight plus UK Customs Warehouse. Duty and tariffs
  • Facilitate Product Line Map - translate into a plan that works for ops team
  • Stock planning and forecasting for each of our product categories
  • Store merchandising
  • Managing our order book including Open To Buy and Open To Ship
  • UK factory production schedule
  • Maintain cost and sell price throughout including planned markdowns and clearance and product sell-through
  • Product data for every SKU (including system set up)
  • Contractual terms with suppliers including payment terms, code of ethics/ETI base code
  • Sustainability - measuring Scope 3 GHG emissions and coordinating environmental reviews
  • Resource reduction and environmental assessment in the supply chain
About the Team

The Supply Chain team is making ground breaking progress in redefining the stock model of the outdoor industry. We design, develop and flow product to meet customer demand rather than buy huge bulk orders. This is far more efficient and reduces waste plus lowers our cost-to-serve meaning our price tags are more accessible.

At Alpkit, we value all cultures, backgrounds and experiences, as we truly believe that diversity drives innovation. Express yourself, join our community, and help us Go Nice Places Do Good Things.”

In addition to a competitive salary, our benefits include an ability to buy extra holiday, Alpkit discount for you and your family and friends, life insurance, critical illness cover, Cycle to Work scheme, enhanced pension contributions, and paid volunteer days. We are environmentally conscious and sustainability driven, and we promote a learning culture. Read about all our benefits on our career page.

About You

Requirements

  • Minimum 3 years of experience in a buying, supply chain or merchandising role
  • Ability to communicate clearly with Far East manufacturers, and travel to the Far East to visit suppliers when appropriate
  • Computer literate, including competence in Microsoft Word and Excel
  • Interest in social and environment issues in supply chains
  • Ability to adhere to deadlines and manage multiple tasks and priorities

Personal Attributes

  • Highly organised
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Self-motivated
  • Ability to work well within and across teams
  • Interest in/appreciation of outdoor sports
How to Apply

We have a relaxed office environment but we work hard. Tea (and coffee for the non-believers) is always to hand, decent music is almost always on but when there is stuff to do, we knuckle down and get on with the job.

If you are interested after reading that, then email your CV and covering letter to jobs@alpkit.com, clearly stating the position you are applying for.

Garment Technician

Location: Alpkit HQ (Nottingham)
Position: Permanent, Full Time

The Garment Technician will report to the Design Manager and work with the in-house Design Technician and external designers.

About the Role

At Alpkit, we inspire our customers to “Go nice places, Do good things”, and our clothing range plays a fundamental role in these adventures. The ever-expanding range encompasses our core activities of hike, bike, climb, camp, swim and run.

As we bring new technical clothing to market, we need someone to ensure the design intent translates into finished garments which are class leading and fit for purpose.

We have a growing reputation for sustainability, which requires us to make informed decisions at every stage of the product development process.

Our unique proposition of high quality, great value product will create tough but necessary challenges for the ambitious garment technician.

Key Responsibilities:
  • Grading and fitting of size sets
  • Maintain consistency of fit across Alpkit garments
  • Issue accurate production specifications, including measurement charts and BOMs
  • Ensure garments are constructed so that they are fit for purpose, e.g. waterproof
  • Ensure appropriate quality assurance procedures are followed
  • Inspect bulk production as necessary
  • Manage and approve fabric shipping samples
  • Co-ordinate fabric/component and sample testing
  • Trim and labelling development & specification
  • Manage critical path for product development from prototype to production
  • Liaise with Designer, Buyers and Vendors to manage timelines and ensure delivery dates are met
  • Communicate with Marketing on availability of samples
About the Team

The Product team have an enviable position within Alpkit; we like to think it’s where the magic happens. Although small, the team are highly experienced and knowledgeable, across one of the industry’s widest ranges of outdoor sports and product types. We love bringing great technical clothing to life, building in sustainability, and creating product that the consumer will love for longer.

At Alpkit, we value all cultures, backgrounds and experiences, as we truly believe that diversity drives innovation. Express yourself, join our community, and help us “Go nice places, do good things.”

In addition to a competitive salary, our benefits include an ability to buy extra holiday, Alpkit discount for you and your family and friends, life insurance, critical illness cover, Cycle to Work scheme, enhanced pension contributions, and paid volunteer days. We are environmentally conscious and sustainability driven, and we promote a learning culture. Read about all our benefits on our career page.

About You

Requirements

  • Minimum 3 years of experience in a similar role
  • Understanding of garment construction, grading and fit
  • Ability to communicate clearly with Far East manufacturers, and travel to the Far East to visit suppliers when appropriate
  • Computer literate, including competence in Microsoft Word and Excel (experience with Adobe Illustrator and Mac based apps would be an advantage)
  • Understanding of technical garment requirements for the Alpkit end-user
  • Knowledge of performance standards relating to technical fabrics
  • Ability to adhere to deadlines and manage multiple tasks and priorities

Personal Attributes

  • Highly organised
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Self-motivated
  • Ability to work well within and across teams
  • Interest in/appreciation of outdoor sports
How to Apply

We have a relaxed office environment but we work hard. Tea (and coffee for the non-believers) is always to hand, decent music is almost always on but when there is stuff to do, we knuckle down and get on with the job.

If you are interested after reading that, then email your CV and covering letter to jobs@alpkit.com, clearly stating the position you are applying for.

Store Manager - Hathersage

Location: Hathersage
Position: Permanent, Full Time
Hours: 40hrs per week including weekends and bank holidays
Closing Date: 31st March

About the Role

Lead our merry band of Heroes!

We are looking for a Store Manager for our Flagship store in Hathersage.

Lead and motivate an engaged store team to deliver our mission and desire to inspire our community to “go nice places, do good things” at store level. Be a brand ambassador for Alpkit and role model our values to exceed the customers expectation. Ensure store profit and sales are in line with or in excess of business requirements

Our heroes on the customer front line play a huge part within Alpkit, and we need someone special to lead our team. This is an exciting opportunity for those who love the outdoors, love retail and want to work in a new vibrant store, offering real service with personality.

About You
  • Actively interested in the outdoors.
  • Take pride in offering great service.
  • Motivated to get things done
  • Have an awareness across a range of outdoor gear and activities.
  • Have experience in retail management or in managing small teams.
How to Apply

If you are interested in applying, then email your CV and covering letter to jobs@alpkit.com, clearly stating the position you are applying for.

Factory Machinist

Location: HQ
Position: Permanent, Full Time
Hours: 40 hours per week, Monday to Friday

About the Role

Do you love outdoor kit so much you want to make it? Join our UK factory and bring the passion of what you love doing to the products to help others get out to go nice places and do good things.

We’re looking for an experienced sewing machinist to join our team to help us out with production. Someone self-motivated who takes pride in producing high-quality outdoor products. You will be taking products from the very start of production to the very end with a group of like-minded outdoors enthusiasts. Candidates must have excellent communication skills, good timekeeping, and a keen eye for detail and quality.

Our Aktivism Values; We enjoy serving customers and enjoy closing a sale. We are helpful, cheery, engaging and knowledgeable. We feel pride when we get a review, see customers with our products in use, win awards.

About the Team

Alpkit is a small team with excellent customer service. The bread and butter of the business is the high-quality products and you will be an important part of what we do. We have a relaxed working environment where tea and coffee is to hand, decent music plays, but when there’s stuff to do we knuckle down and get the job done.

The factory sewing machinist role involves handling raw materials, using heavy duty lock stitch machines, binders and bartackers.

About You

Sewing Experience is essential for this role.
Operate in a safe manner
Enjoy working within a small team
Previous experience of working in a similar factory environment would be beneficial

How to Apply

If you are interested in applying, then email your CV and covering letter to jobs@alpkit.com, clearly stating the position you are applying for.

Ecommerce Manager

Location: Alpkit HQ (Nottingham)
Position: Permanent, Full Time
Hours: 40 hours per week, Monday to Sunday, between 08:00 and 18:00 - exact hours to be discussed at interview

About the Role

The Ecommerce Manager will manage alpkit.com. You’ll join the senior team and be responsible for growing Alpkit’s online visibility, providing a brilliant user experience and meeting trading targets across categories. The Alpkit website is part of our customers’ adventures.  It’s our quirky home on the web, where we are welcoming, cheery and knowledgeable.

The Ecommerce Manager will report to the Marketing director and manage the Web Store Manager.

Key areas of the role:

  • Own and grow ecommerce sales performance in the UK and international for Alpkit and Sonder.
  • Oversee day-to-day trading (trading/activity calendar, bestsellers, sales & promotions etc.)
  • Overcome conversion barriers and lead improvements to formats and features, thinking innovatively, analytically and commercially.
  • Develop a relevant and personal shopping experience using things like add-on buys, personalisation and useful content.
  • Introduce focus on leading customer experience through user testing and A/B testing.
  • Provide performance data & analytics to relevant teams across the business
  • Work alongside internal teams (marketing, buying, customer services, stores) to ensure the site is consistent, on-brand and delivers against customers expectations. We aim for Alpkit to be our quirky home on the web.
  • Management of Web Store Manager.

About the Team

The marketing team has the enviable job of introducing the world to Alpkit. We celebrate our shared love of the outdoors with our customers, talk about our awesome products and share how we’re doing business sustainably.  We need someone special to look after our website and build the team.

We value all cultures, backgrounds and experiences, as we truly believe that diversity drives innovation. Express yourself, join our community and help us “go nice places, do good things.”

In addition to a competitive salary our benefits include an ability to buy extra holiday, Alpkit discount for you, your family and friends, life insurance, critical illness cover, cycle to work scheme, enhanced pension contributions, paid volunteer days, we are environmentally and sustainability conscious and we promote a learning culture; read about all our benefits on our career page.

This is an exciting opportunity for those who love the outdoors, love retail and want to work in a vibrant, creative and growing company.

About You

Requirements

  • 3 years’ experience of running a retail website
  • Knowledge of the Shopify platform
  • Fluent user of GA
  • Experience of managing a team
  • Experience in working across teams

Personal Attributes:

  • Actively interested in the outdoors
  • Strong trading and retail mindset
  • Motivated to get things done
  • Have an awareness across a range of outdoor gear and activities.
Our Aktivism Values; We enjoy serving customers and enjoy closing a sale. We are helpful, cheery, engaging and knowledgeable. We feel pride when we get a review, see customers with our products in use, win awards.
How to Apply

 


Speculative applications are always welcome and we make time to read every single one.

We encourage applications from all as we look to overcome diversity, equality and inclusion barriers to the outdoors.

How to apply

Alpkit HR / Confidential
Unit 12-14 Oak House,
Engine Lane,
Newthorpe,
NG16 3QU
Email: jobs@alpkit.com

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