We’re Hiring: Production Assistant in Portland



We’re hiring… again! Would you like to join our amazing little team at our lovely studio here in Portland?

We’re looking for an entry level production assistant to help with pattern layout and editing. You’ll work with our delightful team in our beautiful Portland studio, helping to create our patterns from start to finish using the Adobe Creative Suite.

The best thing about this job (under than the wonderful people you get to work with) is the opportunity to learn in a lot of different areas. Depending on your skills and interest, there is a wide range of other creative work you could take on in the future.



It’s a 3 month contract-to-hire position and will be part time to start with the possibility of a full time position when the contract ends.

Visit our careers page to see more details and learn how to apply!

Sarai Mitnick   —   Founder

Sarai started Colette back in 2009. She believes the primary role of a business should be to help people. She loves good books, sewing with wool, her charming cats, working in her garden, and eating salsa.

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Portland, ME or Oregon?

Sarai colettehq.com

We are in Oregon.


Oh how I wish I still lived in Portland!


The very second you post a job for a bassoonist or a high school counselor, I am totally moving to Portland and applying. I will console myself with making ALL the patterns. . .


This production assistant job has been on my heart and mind for over a week !! I’ve been going back and forth on it and it stayed on my mind. I had a great job where I’m at in the Bay Area but knew my heart and passion is in creating and sewing..got paid off yesterday like it was a sign to apply and take that leap to follow my passion…I see the listing is gone so assuming that the position has been filled but I’ll def be keeping an eye for something else as I just love love your blog and your mission statement to revive the art of sewing. Keep doin what you do! Oh …and the studio looks gorg!


Whoops *laid off* not paid off :)

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