Wild Things Gifts Ltd is a leading wholesale gift supplier based in Marsh Barton, Exeter.

We're proud of the fact that all our UK items are made by hand, right here in sunny Devon. It's our superior craftsmanship and flawless attention to detail that has kept us moving forward for over 30 years. With lockdown (eventually) coming to an end, we're ramping up production once again and need an exceptional homeworker to help meet this demand.

- Must have own transport
- Live in commutable distance from Exeter
- Crafting experience essential

If you think you've got what it takes to create our products at an impeccable standard, we want to hear from you. Alongside the essential requirements above, a good eye for detail is a must (as is the ability to work quickly, accurately and to a deadline). Experience with beadwork and chains etc strongly favoured.

You'll largely be working to your own schedule from home, though you'll need to budget around 20-30 hours per week to complete our target workload.

Excellent rates of pay for the right person. All the tools, training and components you need will be provided.

Interested candidates should get in touch with Irena on sales@wildthingsgifts.com (please put 'application' in your subject line). Tell us a little about yourself and why you feel you're a great match for Wild Things. Don't forget to attach any photos of your previous crafting/jewellery projects to your email.


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Wild Things Gifts Ltd

Unit 5, Kenton Place
Exeter EX2 8QN
United Kingdom

e. sales@wildthingsgifts.com
t. 44 (0) 1392 211268
Registration No.: 07050963

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