In business for 60 Years, De Leo has been recognized as one of the top 3 suppliers of high end decorative fabrics to the upholstery and design trade. Our design office/showroom in High Point, NC is actively looking for a creative individual with marketing, social media and graphic design experience to help grow our core, as well as our direct to consumer Upcycled for Hope retail business, through digital platforms and other advertising and marketing efforts.
De Leo offers a wide range of benefits and which include the following:
Health Insurance which includes a strong contribution from company.
Dental and Eye care plans
401K with investment group available to help configure plan that works best
Great PTO policy
Paid Holidays throughout the year
FSA plan to help budget medical expenses
"Working Advantage" discount program for travel, entertainment and extensive retailer network
24/7 help line for personal use beyond what our Human Resources Department can provide
Experience in social media marketing and social analytics
SEO knowledge and experience
Graphic design skills
Adequate knowledge of web design and development
An eye for photography
Proficient in Adobe software (photoshop, illustrator, etc.)
De Leo Textiles is a leading provider of luxury imported fabrics to furniture manufacturers, jobbers and retail. With over 50 years of industry experience, De Leo has gained wide recognition for its commitment to quality fabrics and customer satisfaction.
We offer a vast breadth of high quality chenilles, textures, velvets, and prints. Our vendors and partners in Turkey are among the very best textile producers in the world. In addition, our High Point design team creates and colors original product specifically for the U.S. market.
As an industry leader, De Leo is committed to being ahead of the trends, and keeping up with the ever changing needs of the market. We are equally committed to providing the very best in quality, customer service, and on time delivery. “Our unique concept capitalizes on the incredible capabilities of Turkish mills paired with the best direction from an American textile design team,” says Craig De Leo, CEO.