Work with us
We’re excited that you’re thinking about talking to us about a new role.
Considering a move is always a bit nerve-wracking as you wonder, Will I like it? How long will it take me to get my head around everything? What are the people like? Will there be morning tea on birthdays?
When most people think of outdoor design they think of gardening, pool design and landscaping. We’d probably broaden that definition to include outdoor lifestyle in general. That encompasses how we eat, how we play, the lights we use, the structures we shelter underneath, the furniture we sit on, the paths we walk on and the landscaping we look at. It’s how a space feels to be in. It’s giving the outdoor space the same emphasis and sense of importance that we’ve always given to the indoors. So now when we talk about ‘outdoor lifestyle’ products, you’ll know what we mean.
So we’ve told you a little bit about us and what we’re into. But mostly we want to tell you that we’re really excited that you’re considering joining our team and we look forward to having a chat & getting to know you better.
If you’re wondering what our company is like before you shoot us an email, check out our book of culture below to get a sense of the way things are done around here. So take a look and see if this sounds like you.
If you think this could be your next move, drop us a line with your resume and say hello. Or say hello at firstname.lastname@example.org
Want to get a better idea of what the day-to-day at Eco is like? Check out the video below.
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Don’t see what you’re looking for here? We’d still really like to hear from you – drop us a line here with your cover letter and your go-to hummus recipe.
Eco Outdoor book of Culture
Just a few of the perks
Eco Outdoor is committing to Learning + People in a big way
Jen Stumbles, head of Marketing and Technology, discusses the new Learning + People strategy at Eco Outdoor.
“The marketplace is shifting and let’s face it – paying lip service to our people function is no longer enough. Retention is challenging and the way we recruit is changing. How do we find the right people and most importantly, once we find them how do we keep them?
People want flexibility, growth and development at work and they don’t want to feel like just another employee. We’re living in the age of the free agent and we suspect that if you can look after your people, nurture their careers and help them to grow, everything else will take care of itself.”
An Outdoor Life
An Outdoor Life is Eco Outdoor’s annual lifestyle newspaper. It highlights some of the people we’ve worked with and what really inspires us in the design space. Take a look and get a better sense of what we’re all about.