SO, WHAT KIND OF BUILDER ARE YOU?

We define our hands-on style of doing things as Builder Culture, and there are several types that help Converse achieve the global success we enjoy today. Where do you see yourself within Converse?
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THE DREAMERS

Our dreamers tend to see the big picture. Are you on the edge of culture, always seeking the next big thing, asking “what if” instead of accepting things the way they are? You might be a dreamer. These folks usually work in design, marketing, merchandising, communications and leadership positions.

Design

Digital

Social & Community Impact

Marketing

Strategic Planning

The Makers

Our makers do just that—they bring our product ideas to fruition, from the design phase to physical reality. They are typically drawn to supply chain, manufacturing, technology and resourcing roles.

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Product Creation, Development & Management

Procurement

Technology

THE MOVERS

The movers spread the gospel of Converse in more ways than one. They send our products out into the world from positions in freight and shipping, distribution, logistics and transportation.

Administrative Support

Finance & Accounting

Government & Public Affairs

Legal

Supply Chain, Distribution & Logistics

THE CONNECTORS

Our connectors are great communicators. They connect the dreamers with our consumers and our consumers with our products. It’s how we stay in touch with youth culture and our street culture. Connectors thrive in jobs that involve sales and retail, partnerships, events, and human resources.

Communications

Human Resources

Merchandising

Retail Corporate

Retail Stores

Sales

Sports Marketing

INTERNSHIPS AT CONVERSE

We are proud to offer one of the best internship programs in the field, and we hire our top talent from this highly competitive and rewarding program. If you’re the best at what you do, we want to hear from you.

MEET SAMArchive Manager at Converse

MEET SAM

He has an unusual job

“I manage the Converse Archive and assist the entire brand to leverage Converse’s 110-year history. With my job, I hope to instill a deep respect for Converse’s heritage that can be seen across the entire company in both obvious and subtle ways.”