Showroom Intern

Job description

F. Schumacher & Co. is America’s leading name for manufacturing and distributing fabric, wall covering, floorcovering and furnishings and is seeking a Showroom Intern.

 

Our DC Showroom is looking for an intern who will assist in several aspects of running the showroom. Daily activities include: working in the memo room with fabric and wall covering memo sample requests, maintaining showroom displays, and merchandising new product lines. This is a great opportunity to be hands-on and learn about the product side of interior design. The environment is fun, innovative, and creative!

 

 

Requirements

We are looking for candidates who have a passion for interior design, architecture, textiles and/or fashion.

 

ABOUT FSCO:

F. Schumacher & Co is a 130-year‐old interior design company that creates and distributes fabric, wallcovering and furniture to skilled businesses around the world. Our family‐owned company is synonymous with style, taste and innovation. Our collections are comprehensive, with an extraordinary range united by respect for classicism, an eye for the cutting edge, and an unparalleled level of quality.

 

But don’t be fooled! While we celebrate our storied heritage, we operate like a 130-year‐old startup. Our talented team is innovative and dynamic, and our culture is progressive and fun. In order continue our success; we are always looking for talented people that fit.

 

  • Culture:  In our company, you’re judged by your ideas and results, not by your experience or title.  So, we encourage you to be thoughtful, casual, and to speak your mind.
  • Development:  We strive every day to develop you and your colleagues for what we believe is a challenging and supportive business environment.
  • Teamwork:  We believe that success and efficiency can only be a product of collaboration.  At FSCO, working together is the rule, not the exception.
  • Innovation:  We have achieved success and longevity through innovation.  And we encourage experimentation and rule breaking.  Mistakes?  Those are things we embrace, talk about and learn from.
  • Life balance: Focused, productive time is more important than long hours.  We believe in having enough time to be happy both in the office and out of it.