When One Kings Lane launched in 2009, it was the result of the dedication, drive and vision of two female entrepreneurs. And, ironically, the worst economic downturn in US history since the Great Depression.
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Gorgeous graphics, inspiring ad campaigns, media mentions. If you've ever "Liked" us, received an email from us, or coveted one (or many) of our products, this is the team that makes a rich experience come to life and gets the word out about it.
Equal parts anthropologists and technologists, our product and engineering team studies behavior and dynamics to keep us on the cutting edge. They push the limits of technology to make our site better, faster, and smarter.
The accounting wizards, budget scientists, and people people, this team wears many hats. From forecasting and reporting to recruiting and developing our company culture, they make sure we have a great business—and a great place to work.
They’re passionate about product. Know what our shoppers love, where to get it, and how to negotiate for it. Mastering the art and science of buying, our merchandising team has the skills to bring great new vendors on board—and the smarts to keep them.
This department is a well-oiled machine. From customer care to shipping to vendor management, the operations team touches every aspect of our company's business. And they make sure our members have the best shopping experience possible along the way.
Using data and applied math to drive growth and profitability, this team knows what makes our business tick—and puts that information to use. From data-mining to predictive modeling, they discover and scale new insights that power our growth.
Our company headquarters is located in the SoMa district on Folsom. SF is also home to our co-founder Alison Pincus.
Our New York office is energetic and full of light, with the lofty ceilings that define TriBeCa style. It’s got art on the walls, fresh fruit, and the occasional dog. Conference rooms are named after decorating greats like Dorothy Draper, and the comfy sofas always have casual meetings going on.
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I have been working at One Kings Lane full-time (More than 5 years)
Passionate, kind co-workers. Dedicated, humble leadership. Palpable creative energy. Autonomy and freedom to get your work done where/how you wish as long as you accomplish your goals. Lateral and upward mobility. Competitive pay, great benefits and perks (solid health care plan, discretionary time off, summer Fridays). Transparent communication philosophy. Beautiful, inspiring office space.
Would like to see a stronger philanthropic offering and more continuous education/training opportunities.
I applied online. I interviewed at One Kings Lane (New York, NY).
I heard from One King's Lane so long after I applied that I had forgotten I had done so. They asked if I was available for a phone interview. Once that was completed they rushed to get me in for an in person interview on what most companies consider a holiday. After following up with them they told me they had only just started interviewing many candidates...thanks for making me come in on a holiday if it wasn't dire to fill the position..and told me they would hopefully let me know in the next few weeks. I finally heard from them and the email was one that was worded as though I had never come in for an interview and had only sent in my resume. Companies should respect how long and hard people prepare for these interviews.
The people interviewing me for the position were two very different people. One was very nice and asked questions to get to know me, the other was very flat and acted like she had no idea what to ask me in order to determine if I would be good for the position.