Updated: 03/05/2019

Archive Assistant


We're looking for a computer savvy Archive Assistant to join our Marketing team. Reporting to the Archive Manager, this role will assist in producing all product imagery to publish in our quarterly new release catalogs and on the Robert Kaufman brand website.



Responsibilities:

  • Iron, scan and/or photograph fabric samples
  • Resize, crop, retouch and color correct fabric/art images
  • Import images from various media sources and prepare same for online use and archiving 
  • Upload and maintain images on brand website and Dropbox
  • Maintain network archive of artwork and fabric images
  • Organize files in archive on shared internal server



Qualifications:

  • Photoshop experience (Mac), with an understanding of color correction, layers, nondestructive editing methods, and RGB values
  • Organized, detail-oriented, and efficient with managing large quantities of files
  • Ability to work independently and cross-functionally within groups, with a variety of personalities
  • Photography experience with DSLR camera, experience with strobe lighting a plus
  • Experience with other Adobe applications (Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere Pro) a plus 



To Apply:

Please email your resume and cover letter to: John Pearson, Archive Manager at jpearson@robertkaufman.com


About Robert Kaufman

Founded in 1942, this Los Angeles-based fabric manufacturer wholesales to the home sewing retail and manufacturing markets, with customers including manufacturers of finished goods, such as apparel, bedding and accessories, and retail customers whose end-users comprise home apparel and craft sewers.

Robert Kaufman is a family-owned company, made up of a closely knit, strategic team. Our management has an unwavering commitment to the betterment of the company as a whole and as a product of the individual members who compose it. Robert Kaufman is known for initiating technical innovations to be a market leader and is recognized among the top three fabric manufacturers in terms of brand recognition and brand preference among sewing consumers.