BUILD A QUALITY COMPANY.
Lands' End had a humble beginning back in 1963, starting in a
basement along the river in Chicago's old tannery district. "We
were all sailors at that time, and our business was selling
(and sometimes making) racing sailboat hardware and equipment.
The stuff we sold had to perform - our customers lives might
depend on it - so we made sure our products were the very
best," said Gary Comer, our founder. And he served each
customer patiently, one at a time - which was easy to do back
then, since he knew most of them by name anyway. People liked
the way we did business and told their friends about us. We
prospered and grew, getting out of sailboat hardware and into
casual clothing. When we learned enough about the business to
spread our wings, we moved the company to the little town of
Dodgeville in rural Wisconsin. The main reason we are here is
that our founder fell in love with the gently rolling hills,
woods and cornfields, and being able to see the changing
BELIEVE IN WHAT YOU SELL AND IN WHAT YOU DO.
Our basic premise is little different today than when we
started: sell only things we believe in, ship every order as
soon as we can, unconditionally guarantee everything. Each day,
we challenge ourselves to generate new ideas, new ways of
thinking and better ways of doing things. Our challenge is to
set the benchmark, leapfrogging the competition. Our past
record shows considerable success in our approach. We've been a
pioneer in many areas of direct marketing - the toll-free
number, our 24-hour service, even the Internet. The
entrepreneurial spirit of our founder continues to resonate
throughout our company and the future is sure to hold more.
DO WHAT'S BEST FOR THE CUSTOMER.
Though we now embrace the most modern operating technologies
and our channels of distribution have expanded, we've never
forgotten how we got started, and our beliefs have never
changed as we've grown. Our commitment remains on the customer
and we continue to go to great lengths to ensure our service is
nothing less than the best in the industry.
FREELANCE DESIGNER - Kids Backpacks & Accessories
Kids Accessory Designer
|ASSOCIATE DESIGNER WOMEN'S KNITS|
|ASSISTANT DESIGNER MEN'S|
|ASSISTANT DESIGNER WM'S|
|ART DIRECTOR - Business Outfitters|
|ASSOCIATE GRAPHIC DESIGNER - Business Outfitters|
|ASSOCIATE ART DIRECTOR|
|ASSOCIATE GRAPHIC DESIGNER|
KIDS ACCESSORY DESIGNER
Kids Accessory Designer
As an Assistant Merchant, you will partner with the Merchant team to execute key merchandising strategies by analyzing data, reviewing critical reporting and reacting to data points associated with the business.
SCHOOL UNIFORM ACCOUNT COORDINATOR
Using extensive knowledge of Lands' End functions, this position helps sell, design and implement school account programs while managing the operational aspects of each program.
The Financial Analyst position at Lands’ End demands a level of both technical competency and interpersonal skills.
|TEXTILE CAD DESIGNER|
CREATIVE FRONT END WEB DESIGNER
The Internet Creative department has an immediate need to bring on an experienced Front End Web Designer.
SR. DATA SCIENTIST
The Senior Data Scientist develops and executes complex statistical and mathematical solutions to improving user engagement, conversion, Average Order Value, and other business outcomes.
CONSTRUCTION PROJECT COORDINATOR
As a Construction Project Coordinator, you will plan, coordinate and manage facility improvement projects; including contractor bidding, project timeline and budget.
LEARNING-DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANT (Flex)
The Learning Development Assistant will focus on creating training in the LMS, helping with reference guides, keeping materials up-to-date and facilitating training when needed for the Business Outfitters team.
A Program Specialist acts as a project manager directly responsible for all initiatives related to dedicated key accounts in the National Sales Division of Lands’ End Outfitters.
|ASSOCIATE ACCOUNT MANAGER|
|MEN'S ACCESSORY DESIGNER|
|PART-TIME DESIGN SUPPORT|