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Posted by Willy Franzen on February 6, 2012. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Content Creation Summer Intern (Paid)||Boston, MA|
|Inventory Planning Analyst||Boston, MA|
|Account Manager||Boston, MA|
|Merchandise Content Associate||Boston, MA|
|Supplier Performance Associate||Boston, MA|
|Ecommerce Analyst - Home Decor||Atlanta, GA|
|Account Manager||Houston, TX|
|Manager, Business Development||Boston, MA|
|Junior Photo Studio Stylist, Joss & Main||Boston, MA|
|Email Sales and Service Consultant||Ogden, UT|
I’ve made a point of being more active in Cornell’s entrepreneurship community, so I like to think that I do a good job of keeping tabs on which other companies have been started by fellow alums. That’s why I was shocked to learn that the #2 online retailer of home furnishings and housewares was not only a company that I’d never heard of before, but a company founded by two Cornell grads. It’s called Wayfair–they’re based in Boston, MA and did $500 million in sales last year. The reason I hadn’t heard of them is that they were known as CSN Stores until last year (they were founded in 2002). CSN Stores was focused on building out 200+ product specific properties with generic domain names like Bedroomfurniture.com, Cookware.com, AirHockeyTables.com, and AllBarstools.com. Last year they decided to get serious about branding and started pulling all of their sites into the Wayfair brand.
If you’d like to read a more in-depth version of the Wayfair story, check out this write up from GigaOm. It provides a lot of interesting details, but I actually think the Wayfair site is even better. Their About page is beautifully designed and packed with information, and the same can be said for the company’s Careers page. It’s also nice that they have a Campus Recruiting section that includes this video (you may need to click through to view it):
The campus recruiting page also includes four positions targeted towards 2012 grads: Business Analyst, Business Intelligence Analyst, Category Management Associate, and Software Engineer. Additionally, they have a ton of job postings for immediate hire:
There are a ton of great opportunities at Wayfair, which was named one of Glassdoor’s 2012 Best Places to Work, so browse through the postings and see if any of them are appropriate for you.
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