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Wedding dresses hanging on rack in Atlanta bridal shop


If we have any available positions, they will be listed below! Submit your application by emailing us a resume and cover letter at


We encourage applications from people who are disabled, BIPOC, and/or who identify as LGBTQIA+. If you require accommodations during the application and interview process, please reach out at or (404) 832-0164.

Open position - Store associate

This is a part-time (18-25 hours/week), position that requires in-person availability on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, as well as some remote work on Wednesdays and/or Thursdays. The position involves performing administrative work, assisting during bridal appointments, and eventually serving as a bridal stylist.

Tasks and responsibilities 

The person in this position will have two types of responsibilities:

  • Administrative

    • Manage daily communications such as appointment scheduling; assist with website maintenance; engage in social media content creation; help with typical retail store tasks (such as tagging gowns and coordinating donations of gowns); help keep the store tidy and organized; and engage in similar activities as assigned

  • Styling

    • Assist with bridal and alterations appointments, with the aim of eventually assuming responsibility for some appointments

This is a good fit for you if...

  • You are:

    • punctual and dependable

    • friendly, approachable, and down to earth

    • empathetic and able to relate to people with very different backgrounds

  • You have strong communications skills, especially written communication

  • You have excellent customer service skills, and you can be unfailingly kind, patient, and professional with bridal clients and their families

  • You have facility with social media post creation (especially video) and are comfortable regularly appearing in video on our social media feed

  • You have an interest in and understanding of the issues we care about and causes we support (women’s rights, children's rights, and sustainable fashion)

  • You are willing to engage in the unglamorous tasks associated with working in a bridal shop, like maintaining the stock list (it's not just pretty dresses, y'all)

  • You are able to be a voice of ADIJ, and you share our values, including a strong commitment to inclusivity and sustainability

  • You have a basic understanding of bridal textiles and gown construction & alterations, or would love to learn

Some perks of working with us!

  • We are a mission-driven organization where you can live your values and know you are helping build a fairer and more sustainable world

  • We are a loving, supportive, and inclusive team

  • If you get married while you are working with us and you choose to select an ADIJ gown for your own wedding, you will enjoy a significant discount on your dress!

  • There are great opportunities for career growth as the organization grows and changes

We'd love to hear from you.

If you are interested in applying or learning more, please email us at Include a resume and cover letter. Please do not call or drop by the shop, as this could interfere with the client experience, which is very important to us. <3 

Statement on inclusion

We are a queer-, Jewish-, and neurodivergent-owned business. We welcome and encourage applications from BIPOC people, members of the LGBTQI+ community, religious minorities, and disabled people. If you require accommodations during the application or hiring process, please reach out to us at, and we will be happy to assist. 

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