Are you interested in working in the wedding industry, gaining experience in the creative field of floral design, and earning some money on the side? Chloe Nicole Weddings & Events is offering Lead Designer, Assistant Designer, and Internship positions. We believe in supporting others in their efforts to building their dream life and career. As part of the CNW team you will learn the ins and outs of the wedding industry, learn new skills, design some amazing floral arrangements, and work with the whole team to make each wedding successful.
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So, what would working for Chloe Nicole Weddings & Events look like? Below is a list of some of the duties you may be asked to do:
- Must be available for Fridays and weekends
- Quick learner and interest in working with flowers
- Have an eye for design
- Ability to re-create centerpieces
- Assist lead designers with whatever they may need
- An attitude of positivity and a “get it done” mentality
- Processing flowers and greens when they come in
- Lead designers must be confident in their ability to work apart from Chloe, as you would lead a small team on a wedding day
Applications will remain open until February 1st. We are currently interviewing for positions and will continue interviews through February 6. Once all positions are filled, we will take the close the application.
Would I be hired as an employee with set hours?
No, all positions are hired as independent contractors. In short, this means that there are no set hours per week and a contract would be signed, by you, that outlines the terms of the job.
What would a typical wedding weekend look like?
Let’s take a Saturday wedding for example. Thursday is delivery, process, and prep day. Friday is design day, arranging flowers and designing personal flowers. Saturday we load up and head to the venue. Once at the venue, we unload and begin installing arrangements and delivering bouquets/personal flowers. Saturday evening, tear down at the venue.
Is the internship position paid?
Our interns are not paid. If you are wanting college credit for your internship, you can talk with your school about what is required to earn college credit. Our interns do have the potential of becoming assistant designers the following wedding season (2021).
Have more questions about our open positions? Please email Chloe at email@example.com.
Photography by Janet Lin Photography