TOAST Full Time Supervisor

TOAST designs clothes and homewares for modern living. We endeavour to create products that are unique – designed with great care, made of the best quality fabrics – and present them in simple but original and inspiring ways. We are known for our seasonal photography campaigns - which take us all over the world and continually expand our influences – as well as a consistent dedication to depth of thought in everything we do.

The emphasis within the TOAST workplace is on simplicity, originality, creativity and thoughtfulness. We work hard to communicate intelligently with the wider world (to assume intelligence in those we engage with) and strive against doing the obvious. We value serious thought in many broad fields – in art, literature, design, philosophy, travel, science… – as much as we do in fashion. Though our output may appear simple, it is always produced with great attention to detail.

Our employees are the catalyst for TOAST’s successes. They share our interests and values, have an enthusiasm for TOAST itself, a deep knowledge and love of their own specialist area, and a wealth of life experience. With this common ground we work together with clarity of thought, producing innovative ideas and always doing our very best for TOAST.

In return for the dedication of our staff, TOAST offers a supportive and friendly working environment with flexible working hours and generous staff discounts. Each new staff member receives a comprehensive induction, including product and brand training, that helps to plant a deep understanding of TOAST that can be carried confidently into the outside world.

To apply for a position at TOAST… We require all applicants to send a C.V. with a covering letter that addresses the following three questions as well as the responsibilities outlined in the individual role description.
1.What excites you about working for TOAST?
2.What are your interests and loves outside of work?
3.What have you achieved professionally that makes you stand out amongst your peers?