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  Design / Technical Manager
Posted Date:21/04/2020
    Job Number: J0000934


Apparel Designer/ Garment Technician


About the Role:


We have a rare opportunity for an Apparel Designer/ Garment Technician to manage our clients design and product requirements. This role has a large emphasis on collaboration with internal stakeholders across AUS and NZ.




Work closely with the sales team to understand customer specific product requirements

Developing product that aligns with category sourcing strategy

Source and include buy-ins to fill gaps where it may be impractical to develop and stock

Work with the AU team to leverage off their catalogue and designs where applicable

Work with key stakeholder in the development of NZ specific product

Managing the front to end product development cycle

Work closely with sourcing on manufacturing locations where products are to be developed

Engage and develop products with the relevant vendors based on sourcing locations

Communicate considered product development timelines and ensure adherence to these

Work with the Technical Manager to ensure that all NPD meets quality and regulatory requirements.

Work with the Marketing Manager and Technical Manger to ensure all labelling and packaging meets regulatory requirements and brand guidelines.

Follow product development specification standard and formats

Maintain and ensure the latest up to date specification

About You:


You will possess a successful background in Design/product development coupled with superior interpersonal skills. Additionally, you will present and articulate the vision of the design concepts to senior management from varying departments and take them on a journey. Strong knowledge in garment construction, textiles and manufacturing coupled with a creative flair and the ability to think outside of the box will see you excel in this opportunity. A Degree or tertiary qualification in a design related field such as Textiles, Fashion or Patternmaking is essential.


You will be rewarded with a range of employee benefits including; exposure to innovative brands, career progression, a competitive salary, a wide range of employee discounts and a safe, fun and supportive working environment.

Our confidentiality is guaranteed!

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Please contact Julie Malone on

09 368 1300 / 021 1560 111

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Posted Date:13/01/2020
    Job Number: J0000765

Position:                     Dress Makers: 10 positions available

Location:                   Auckland

Our client is a high-end Bridal Atelier with a new, state of the art workroom located in central Parnell. They are looking for experienced Dress Makers to join their team. The successful candidates must be familiar with all aspects of garment construction and machining to a high standard.  

 Key Responsibilities:


             Full garment construction.

             Required volume of garments in a timely manner to the required standard.

             Plain sewing.


 Skills, Experience and Attributes Required:


             Proven garment construction and machining skills to a very high standard.

             Experience in working with fine fabrics, lace and trimmings would be           adventageous.     


If you are adept in fine sewing and are a reliable team player looking for a new opportunity to display your skills, send us your CV now!


Our confidentiality is guaranteed!

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For more information about this great opportunity,

Please contact Julie Malone on

09 368 1300 / 021 1560 111


Or email to find out more!



Posted Date:13/02/2020
    Job Number: J0000930


TITLE OF POSITION:                               Cutting Support

LOCATION:                                               Auckland

REPORTING TO:                                      Cutting Support Team Leader



The Cutting Support position is based in the Auckland workroom completing tasks outlined by the Cutting Support Team Leader.




  • Quality Control of all fabric and trim items
  • Checking the width, length, marks, flaws on fabric and scale of embroidery
  • Grading the fabric and rerolling fabric
  • Completing each trim bag by adding trims and haberdashery where necessary
  • Putting completed fabrics and trims into bulk storage area
  • Complete Goods Received paperwork for ticketing process.
  • Assisting with replenishment of fabrics to Cutters and putting away fabrics back into bulk storage when Cutters have completed cutting styles when required
  • Fabric stock takes in accordance with the Fabric Team’s schedule
  • Keeping daily timesheet
  • Alerting Supervisor of fabric issues
  • Ensuring that the cutting area is keep clean & tidy at all times 




  • Directly reports to Production Director
  • Functional relationship with the Cutters and Cutting Support Team



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  Product Developer
Posted Date:21/04/2020
    Job Number: J0000364



Position:         Designer/Patternmaker with Lectra skills

Our client consists of four NZ based business units with off shore partners specialising in design, manufacturing, testing and sourcing of personal protective equipment and associated products. The company has a long history of commitment to complying with recognised industry standards, health and safety, environmental and quality management systems. They are looking for a designer/patternmaker to join their busy and successful business.
You must have significant knowledge of garment construction, patternmaking and product development skills. You will need to be commercially orientated, technically competent and have hands-on practical problem solving skills. You need to have strong leadership and people management skills and the ability to communicate well on technical issues. You must have solid experience using the Lectra system.


Your responsibilities will include:

  • Ensure a proactive and central role in the design and development of products including input and feedback at meetings with internal and external personnel where requested.   
  • Ensure strong communications relationship with factory management and personnel, safety apparel product manager, safety branch management and sales staff as appropriate.
  • Ensure strong leadership relationships in terms of garment design and specifications with all off shore supply partners.
  • Ensure the efficient and effective timeliness in responding to patterns and sample requests.
  • Document any changes to samples or patterns ensuring follow through to product specification documents.
  • Prepare, digitize and grade patterns ensuring images are verified on screen.
  • Work alongside production to ensure patterns are accurate and assist in looking for continuous improvement opportunities in garment construction.
  • Maximise yields of markers according to size range and quantities with due regard to manufacturing requirements.
  • Forward ‘mini marker’ patterns with piece and number information to the bundler, controlling any amendments where required.
  • Advise on all maintenance requirements and contracts with Lectra system ensuring they are current and maintain awareness of software developments.
  • Ensure the department is fully up to date with relevant product standards that dictate garment design, materials required and garment construction.
  • Work alongside apparel manager and business development manager in ensuring a constant flow of research and development to ensure the product offer is always market leading.
  • Upskill current staff through constant systems, process and industry training.
  • At all times adopt safe procedures and practices in accordance with health and safety procedures. 

Minimum Requirements:

Formal Education:


  • Secondary with preference to qualifications in general garment design and pattern making. 
Work Experience:
  • Significant experience within the garment industry, with strong pattern making skills. Knowledge of industrial garment industry and materials beneficial.       
·         Pattern making.
·         Negotiating commercial acumen, tender & RFP experience.
·         Excellent communication and influencing skills.
Personal Attributes:
·         Results orientated.
·         Strategic focus.
·         Attention to detail.
·         Energetic and creative.        
·         Team player.
This is a fantastic opportunity to work within a fast paced design and manufacturing business. If this sounds like something you want to get into then contact us today!
Our confidentiality is guaranteed!
Register with us today and apply online!!
For more information about this great opportunity,
Please contact Julie Malone on
09 368 1300 / 021 1560 111
Or email to find out more!!
  Quality Control
Posted Date:13/01/2020
    Job Number: J0000893


Position:                       Quality Control (QC)/Dispatch

Location:                      Auckland


Position Overview

The QC/Dispatch position is based in the workroom following the production schedule laid out by The Production Director.   


Main Objectives of Position


  • Helping out with various tasks in the field of QC as per instructions from the QC Manager.
  • Effectively time keeping on a job by job basis to enable job costing and budgeting.
  • Check garments to ensure the company standards are met on final inspection.
  • Inform QC Manager if any issues in the garments arise.
  • Maintain critical path to ensure handovers are met.
  • Alert the Production Co-ordinator with any concerns or issues in a timely manner. This may relate to stock of base materials, machinery, or anything else to do with the working environment.
  • Package garments and complete the destination label.
  • Complete and check off shipping list.



Ensure all administration tasks, e.g. timekeeping, etc., are completed in a timely manner and meet professional standards.


From time to time you may be expected to carry out reasonable requests regarding responsibilities outside of this position description. 


Health & Safety

An understanding and commitment to practice health and safety work standards and procedures.


Our confidentiality is guaranteed!

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For more information about this great opportunity,

Please contact Julie Malone on

09 368 1300 / 021 1560 111

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