OBOZ FOOTWEAR PROVIDES OPPORTUNITIES FOR ALL

As the “True to the Trail” brand, we are committed to being true to our people and hiring a diverse workforce. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation or protected veteran status.

Scroll down to see our current open positions to learn more about where you can make an impact.

TRUE TO THE TRAIL

It’s a mindset that grounds us in what’s most important: doing things the right way. We want our employees to reflect the diverse viewpoints and experiences of the customers we serve. To accomplish this, we strive to create an inclusive work and business environment where our employees, our users, our partners and anyone else feel welcomed, respected and valued.

Creating joyful and unbiased outdoor experiences, whether from our offices or while out on trails, is our responsibility. We have fun with each other, while supporting and providing tools and encouragement when faced with challenges.

Our employees embody our values of responsible living. 

PEOPLE FOCUSED

Oboz has a small but growing family-feel team. We are collaborative and thrive on cross-functional relationships. We care about our customers, the outdoors and each other. Our office is relaxed and non-conventional with a dog-friendly culture. We love the outdoors, and are passionate about doing the right thing for a more sustainable world for us all to share. We are proud of our amazing brand and we aspire to create the best and most comfortable footwear in the world so everyone can enjoy the outdoors with us. We want to share our success with other passionate people who enjoy working in a fast-paced industry and share our company values.

Being true to our people is one of the four points of our true to the trail compass. We’ve made some big strides in that internally this year, and we’re looking forward to pushing further down this path.


COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

Many of our team members volunteer on community or industry boards. President Amy Beck sits on the Conservation Alliance Board and is a mentor for the Outdoor Industry Association’s leadership program. Rich Hohne, Director of Brand and Consumer Experience, is a long-time partner and board member of Big Sky Youth Empowerment, which provides opportunities for vulnerable teenagers in our community to experience success and become contributing members of our community through group mentorship and experiential adventures. Our newest team member, Planning Analyst John Nehring, sits on the Gallatin Watershed Council working on restoration projects in the watershed to improve stream health and water quality and unifying efforts around addressing water quantity and to extend water supply planning efforts beyond city limits.

BENEFITS

As well as amazing footwear benefits and awesome folks to work with, Oboz offers a competitive compensation and benefits package including medical, dental and vision, 401k retirement and paid time off.

OPEN POSITIONS

Sales Coordinator

This position is a key partner on the NA Sales Team, responsible for driving the successful execution of Oboz Seasonal Sales Meetings, Oboz presence at US Regional and National Trade Shows, Salesman Samples Distribution, Seasonal Sales Tools and Programs, and Retailer Account Administration.