Timberland US


Work doesn't have to be your life. We believe that time spent outside of work should relax and re-energize you, and we provide paid time off to do just that. It's important for you to take a holiday, go on vacation or take care of personal business. And we value your taking time to volunteer, which is why we offer employees up to 40 hours paid time off to serve in the community.


We continually strive to improve employee health status.  We offer comprehensive overall health insurance benefits and employee assistance resources to encourage employees and their families to maintain a healthy lifestyle.


These days, it's hard to stretch your paycheck as far as you'd like. In addition to retirement and savings programs, which are appropriate for the local country and integrated with any social insurance system, most employees are eligible for an annual bonus. Also, all employees receive Timberland® footwear, apparel or accessories at a generous discount.


We work to build our community beyond the office. Through support of continuous education, in-house learning opportunities and a promote-from-within philosophy, we want to see you grow professionally. And we also learn outside the job by participating in global service events such as Serv-a-palooza and Earth Day.


When our employees do great things, we're the first to let them know it. At our quarterly employee rallies, we celebrate those who go above and beyond to make it better - whether it's within our company walls, or out in the community.


When you join Timberland, we extend an invitation for more than just a job. Through country-specific offerings, we strive to provide support to the whole person.

Depending on where in the world you work, you can experience various benefits of working here. For example, employees at our headquarters in Stratham, New Hampshire enjoy an on-site day care center, fitness center, subsidized cafeteria, company store and dry cleaning service, plus a lot more. For more of what's where, just ask us!

The information above offers only a brief overview of some of the benefits offered by Timberland. Complete information regarding the benefits is provided to the employees and there may be exclusions and limitations to certain benefits.  In addition, Timberland reserves the right to modify or terminate benefits at any time.


At Timberland, we strive to be Earthkeepers in everything we do. We work hard to make our products responsibly, to protect the outdoors, and to serve communities around the globe. We endeavor to make the best possible products and make the world a little better as well. Click here to learn more about our approach to corporate responsibility.


We know our employees grow as individuals and leaders when they volunteer in the community. The same holds true for alumni/alumnae of National Service. That’s why we’re committed to being an Employer of National Service and to provide special consideration for alumni/alumnae of AmeriCorps and/or the Peace Corps who apply for corporate positions. As an alumnus/alumna, in addition to submitting your on-line job application, please send your materials to the mail address noted on the application to ensure your materials are further considered and that you receive an individual response.

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Timberland is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, and other legally protected characteristics. The EEO is the Law poster is available here: http://www.dol.gov/ofccp/regs/compliance/posters/pdf/eeopost.pdf. Timberland is committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation because of a disability for any part of the employment process, please send an e-mail to TimberlandCareers@vfc.com or call 603.772.9500 x1100 and let us know the nature of your request and your contact information.