TRNK Is Looking For A Merchandising & An Operations Interns (NYC)

TRNK, an online home interiors start-up, is looking for a passionate, dedicated, and creative summer merchandising intern. As a merchandising intern, you will have the opportunity to influence the site merchandising strategies and product on a daily
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TRNK, an online home interiors start-up, is looking for a passionate, dedicated, and creative summer merchandising intern. As a merchandising intern, you will have the opportunity to influence the site merchandising strategies and product on a daily

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TRNK, an online home interiors start-up, is looking for a passionate, dedicated, and creative summer merchandising intern. As a merchandising intern, you will have the opportunity to influence the site merchandising strategies and product on a daily basis. In addition, you will have an opportunity to work closely with editorial and operations teams to meet merchandising goals.

Merchandising Intern Responsibilities: • Assistance with aspects of site merchandising, including finding, sourcing, and creating products • Research potential vendors, suppliers, or product lines • Creative merchandising contributions, including concepting creative thematic sales and ideas for new product stories • Special support to as needed related to product development and vendor relations You must be: • Willing to roll up your sleeves & troubleshoot to get the job done—that’s what a start-up is all about! • Working towards an undergraduate degree • Have knowledge and interest in home interiors • Able to multi-task and meet shifting deadlines • Extremely detail oriented • Positive, can-do attitude • Excellent written & oral communication skills • Knowledge, interest, or experience in interior design, fashion, or graphic design • Demonstrated organizational and problem-solving skills • Microsoft Office, Mac & PC proficient • Knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite or Wordpress a huge plus

TRNK, an online home interiors start-up, is looking for a passionate, dedicated, and creative summer operations intern. As an operations intern, you will have the opportunity to be a strategic contributor to the planning and implementation of e-commerce on the young site. You will take part in vendor outreach, communication, and onboarding process, as well as the logistics research required for such a project.

Operations Intern Responsibilities: • Owner/operation of vendor communication, including managing the vendor-onboarding process • Assistance with scheduling and tracking shipments • Direct customer service support • Special project support to the COO • Assistance with coordinating special events and projects

You must be: • Willing to roll up your sleeves & troubleshoot to get the job done—that’s what a start-up is all about! • Working towards an undergraduate or graduate degree • Have interest and knowledge of home interiors and e-commerce • Able to multi-task and meet shifting deadlines • Extremely detail oriented • Positive, can-do attitude • Excellent written & oral communication skills • Demonstrated organizational and problem-solving skills • Microsoft Office, Mac & PC proficient • Knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite or Wordpress a huge plus

To apply, please send your resume to hello@trnk-nyc.com and indicate which internship you're applying for in the subject line.

About TRNK: TRNK is an online home furnishings destination that redefines how men shop for the home. Part magazine, part marketplace, TRNK combines inspiration-driven stories of real homes with a curated shopping experience for masculine design.

Founders Tariq Dixon and Nick Nemechek created TRNK in response to the growing interest in men’s style, but lack of dialogue around his personal space. Leveraging experience as menswear merchants for J.Crew, Gilt, and Armani, the pair designed the website to exclusively service the male consumer’s preferences and to celebrate evolving notions of male domesticity. Since the company’s launch in January 2014, it has been featured in the Wall Street Journal and Cool Hunting, and are weekly contributors at GQ.