Careers at Twincraft Skincare

At Twincraft Skincare, we develop products, but we also pride ourselves in developing the people that join our team. On the Administrative side as well as on the Manufacturing floor, you’ll find team members that can measure their time in Twincraft not just in years, but in decades. We work to create an environment for our employees where each person can grow personally and professionally within our walls, while still enjoying the high quality of life for which the Burlington, Vermont area is known.

We are always looking for qualified candidates to join our Production team. If you’re a responsible, dedicated, and hardworking individual who thrives in a constantly changing work environment, then we encourage you to reach out to HR to learn more about our current opportunities. We generally post more specific job opportunities on our website, such as mechanics or quality technicians, on our Current Openings page.

We also often have openings on our growing Administrative team. If you’re interested in learning more about working in the skincare and personal care industry, then we encourage you to scope out our Current Openings and reach out to our People Center to learn more about our culture and opportunities.

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We Signed - Vermont Equal Pay Compact

Twincraft and the Vermont Equal Pay Compact

Twincraft Skincare is proud to join over 150 Vermont businesses in the Vermont Equal Pay Compact. We're committed to closing the gender wage gap in Vermont 

We embrace diversity in our business, and believe that no one should be discriminated against because of their gender, race, or background. As members of this organization, we will help fight the gender wage gap, and promote equality in all areas of our business.

According to the Vermont Commission on Women:

  • Vermont women earn only 83% of what Vermont men earn – resulting in millions of dollars of lost income that is not going into our economy
  • Vermont women are underrepresented in the jobs that pay the most, and overrepresented in the lowest-paying jobs
  • Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) occupations, and the opportunities they bring, are dominated by men
  • There is tremendous untapped potential in Vermont women who don’t see opportunities or who aren’t able to access them, and Vermont girls who don’t get the education they need to enter the highest-paying professions

Contact our People Center to learn more about our commitment to this initiative.