Displayer Merchandise Job Description Sample
This Position Works Closely With The Department Manager(S) Or Store Manager To Receive, Price, Stock And Display Books And/Or Merchandise To Meet The Needs Of The Store's Customers, Drive Sales And Profits. May Assist Sales Associates With Completing The W
Visual Merchandise Specialist
Works with Group Sales Managers, Team Leads and the Merchandise Manager to present merchandise and create displays in a visually appealing manner to promote and support our sales efforts. Displays include bust forms, mannequins, props, product and village layouts and taxidermy. Position will also execute seasonal and promotional display changes.
1.Partners with Merchandise Manager and all Department Managers to execute product presentation displays, visual prop elements, signing for special events, bust form and mannequins displays and other regionally appropriate displays.
2.Works with all departments and associates to ensure merchandise and visual presentation standards are set and maintained at the highest level.
3.Knows and supports all company merchandise presentation policies, cheat sheets and signage standards. Will help execute those standards and assure compliance with and consistency of throughout the retail store.
4.Supports the company's commitment to delivering world class customer service and ensuring a pleasant, safe, and productive shopping experience for all guests.
5.Partners with the Maintenance Manager in reporting needs for display and taxidermy upkeep including large scale project execution.
6.Partners with the Merchandise Manager to manage monthly budgets in balance with visual presentation supply needs.
7.Completes assignments on the web page portal each month to upload a corporate determined set of photos and/or other directives; communicates any resulting opportunities and feedback to store management.
Education and/or Experience:
High School education or equivalent
Computer literate with a basic working knowledge of Microsoft software programs
1-2 years retail merchandising experience preferred, i.e., working with displays, shop layouts, visual props, etc.
Ability to positively partner with various members of store management and associates in a productive manner
Ability to write business correspondence as required
Demonstrated customer service skills
Must be able to stand for extended periods
Ability to lift up to 50 pounds
Ability to stand, walk, climb and/or negotiate into tight spaces on occasion in order to set visual displays
Other Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities:
Basic working knowledge of simple power tools is preferred
Ability to manage several priorities simultaneously
MB: Merchandise Planning And Pricing Coworker (20-34 Hrs)
Your tasks will include:
Keeps area of responsibility clean, tidy, priced, and fully stocked, and ensures that IKEA basic merchandising standards are in place at all times to give visitors a positive shopping experience.
Secures a high-level of stock accuracy, replenishes, merchandises, straightens and maintains the Showroom, Market Hall, and Swedish Food Market.
Maximizes availability of stock.
Ensures displays are correctly presented and propped and is empowered to take action when needed.
Maintains basic actions in area of responsibility throughout the day and prepares for replenishment and the next day's business through Sales Location Management (SLM, MH, SFM & SR).
Demonstrates advanced knowledge of top selling products: Top 30, 3 Aces and a King, so they are available, clearly communicated, and displayed at all times.
Assists in compiling test buys and takes actions on results.
Works in all selling areas of the store. (e.g. SR, MH, SSFA, SFM).
YOUR PROFILE Your knowledge, skills and experience include:
High School Diploma, GED or Equivalent
Solid experience of business processes and working methods within IKEA retailing.
Ability to drive the business with a strong will.
Self-reliant with a proven ability to work as part of a team as well as independently.
Ability to understand and communicate in English.
Experience of creating and implementing plans, setting budgets and following up goals.
Ability to solve problems or find new ways of working by identifying solution sources and/or ideas.
IKEA Values reflect your own.
GROWING TOGETHER IKEA offers an exciting and empowering work environment in a global marketplace. And as the world's leader at life at home, you have exceptional opportunities to grow and develop together with us. Job ID 310806BR Removal Date 04/02/2018
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General Merchandise Manager
The General Merchandise Manager first and foremost is responsible for guest satisfaction. He/She is responsible to the company for the efficient, safe, effective operation of the General Merchandise Department. Guides and directs management team to achieve goals and objectives established by the company.
When a guest enters my area or department, my first and most important responsibility becomes to acknowledge, greet, and engage that guest.
Prepares work schedules and assigns individuals based on routine as well as special needs in order to maintain appropriate labor levels to meet production requirements.
Delegate authority to all personnel as appropriate.
Responsible for interviewing, training, scheduling, performance and productivity of GM department team members.
Responsible for controlling, safeguarding and monitoring all store assets, ensuring policies and procedures are implemented for control of assets.
Responsible for completing and communicating performance evaluations in a timely manner within department.
Coordinates departmental operations, handles problems encountered, directs corrective actions and builds goodwill for the General Merchandise Department and store.
Maintains control of labor costs by achieving goals set for department.
Motivates and instills excellence for all team members regarding their job performance, relations with one another and with the guests.
Maintains shelves and displays with adequate quantity of product.
Maintains seasonal aisles and displays through proper ordering.
Performs other duties as requested or required by upper management.
Must be 18 years of age or older.
High School Diploma or equivalent.
Must have worked in Grocery with The United Family at least 1 year or have previous Grocery industry knowledge.
Ability to plan, coordinates, and implement all company policies and procedures as stated in the Team Member Handbook.
Ability to work and communicate successfully with all levels of store support and subordinates.
Knowledge of the principles and techniques of supervision.
Must possess leadership skills, maturity, technical skills, and a proven operations track record. Outstanding guest service is essential.
Ability to perform all physical aspects of stocking, including but not limited to bending, lifting up to 80 lbs on a regular basis, standing, climbing, squatting, walking and at times running.
Ability to operate all ordering and stocking equipment.
Ability to function as a team member and get along with others.
This job description is intended to provide a high-level of general requirements for this position. It is not a complete statement of duties, responsibilities or requirements. Other duties not listed here may be assigned as necessary to ensure proper operations.
Ultimate Service Superior Performance Positive Impact
Store Setup Merchandise Coordinator
Duties & Responsibilities
Under the direction of the Store Setup Project Manager, the Project Coordinator is a liaison between Pep Boys and the Merchandising Companies. This to ensure that a project meets the corporate established standards by the desired completion dates and within the planned financial budget. They are to inspect all completed work and handle any pending issues related to the project. In addition to this, they are to work with Store Operations in executing the PIR inventory process throughout the project, and in most cases, the re-set of various sections in the parts room. This position requires a high school education, GED, or the ability to demonstrate proficiency in reading, writing and numerical calculations. The position will require extensive traveling, both in-town and out-of-town, and the ability to handle multiple projects at various stages of our timelines.
Oversees a remodel project based upon using outside Merchandise Companies, to be completed within our designated time frames. This will include working with the Store Setup Project Manager on the final project sign-off.
Works with the Store Operations Management in the scheduling of the necessary Operations personnel needed at the various stages of the remodel.
Verifies that all project information is correct at the outset of a remodel, e.g., PPG's, floor plans, material orders, etc., and then posts them in their designated locations. This also includes the updating and maintenance of the project job book.
Ensures that all fixtures, displays and equipment are properly assembled and secured as per our company guidelines, and are placed as per our approved floor plan.
Ensures that all corporate approved Product Placement Guides, (PPG's), are properly implemented in a complete and thorough manner. This will include completing a "PPG Sign-Off" checklist for each individual PPG.
Ensures that the Merchandise Companies are following our corporate "Critical Path" time-line schedule, along with all our remodel policies and procedures. This should include the updating of the merchandise floor plan daily to reflect all sections that have been moved and set to the new PPG's.
Update and maintain our "Scope of Work" checklists, (SOW), on a weekly basis and provide the Merchandising Companies with the updates on a weekly basis.
Compiles store specific remodel punch-lists and provides the Merchandising Companies with updated versions on a weekly basis.
Provides management with the required weekly remodel reports such as the SOW checklists/punch lists, remodel time-line and staffing reports. This will require basic knowledge of "Microsoft Excel".
Assists the Merchandising Companies as deemed necessary in the areas of building fixtures and merchandising.
Works in tandem with Store Operations in maintaining the store PIR inventory for the duration of a remodel. This would include coordinating and/or pulling, inventorying and returning all "W" and "D" code merchandise before and during the project, along with all over-max merchandise. This would also include cycle auditing the category sections once they have been reset to ensure all quantity on hand levels are correct.
When applicable, coordinates the assigned Temporary Personnel to assist with various projects not within the Merchandise Companies responsibility. This will include coordinating their scheduling with the Branch Manager and logging all hours worked.
Works in tandem with the Merchandise Company lead-person in the inventorying and ordering of all required job-related materials. This is to be done in conjunction with the Store Setup Project Manager and our Corporate Buyers. This should also include the follow up on all pending materials as well.
Keeps track of all direct shipments to the job site such as warehouse, Fedex, common carriers, etc. This will include logging all materials received and sending in weekly updates on the status.
Assists the Merchandising Companies with the completion of all pending tasks and punch list items as deemed necessary.
Communicates all project-related questions and or problem with the appropriate parties to ensure they are resolved in a timely manner.
Works in tandem with Store Operations and the Merchandise Companies to ensure that all housekeeping, safety and maintenance practices are being conducted when required.
Coordinates the return of all remodel equipment at the end of the project, e.g., leftover fixtures and displays, container(s), trash dumpster and fork-lift/scissor lift, etc.
Works with the Store Setup Project Manager and Store Operations in preparing a store for their "Grand Re-opening".
Performs any other functions as required by the Store Setup Project Manager.
Related Duties and Responsibilities
Assists the Store Setup Project Manager in maintaining all store set-up related information, e.g., project checklists, fixture manual information, display lists, etc.
Assists the Store Setup Project Manager with the surveying of upcoming projects, e.g., verifying floor plans, inventorying materials, etc.
Assists the Store Setup Project Manager with the end of the project information verification, e.g., updating floor plans, compiling notes, final punch lists, etc.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Two (2) to three (3) years experience in retail management operations.
Broad knowledge of building store fixtures, (Lozier), utilizing Product Placement Guides, floor plans, store systems and all other aspects of interior store set-up.
Strong management and organizational skills.
Sound oral and written communication skills, including word processing and spreadsheet software, e.g., MS Project, Word, Access and Excel.
Must possess high motivational skills to train personnel to perform their job duties effectively.
Flexible to extensive out-of-town traveling for an extended period of time.
Overview Auto Plus is a major U.S.-based distributor of automotive aftermarket parts. Since 1921, Pep Boys has been one of the nation's leading automotive aftermarket chains with over 7,500 service bays in over 800 locations in 35 states and Puerto Rico. Together, the united organization, Auto Plus Pep Boys, has over 21,000 associates in more than 20 distribution centers and over 1,000 corporate locations. In addition, the company supports more than 530 independently-owned stores and over 2,400 independently-owned service centers across the nation. Auto Plus Pep Boys is owned by Icahn Enterprises L.P. ("Icahn Enterprises"; NASDAQ: IEP).
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Regional Merchandise Manager, Swtfg NAM Region - Dfs9112117
Job Description: The Regional Merchandise Manager (RMM), reports directly to the SVP of SWTFG. The RMM is accountable for the building and execution of Team and Division strategies in their region. The RMM works in partnership with the stores, delivering product knowledge and ensuring effective promotional execution. The RMM is responsible for maximizing Sales and Gross Margin (GM %), conversion of aged inventory, store renovations, building vendor relationships, local brand negotiations, and effective communication both within the division/group and with the Global Merchandising team.
Build division and category strategy with the Global and local Team
Evaluate, react, and evolve SWTFG strategy proactively to align with business needs
Support execution of strategy, assortments, promotions, seasonal conversion, etc
Visit stores regularly
Communicate global strategy to the stores
Communicate inventory issues to Planner/Distributor that impact ability to execute strategy
Collaborate with store and global on floor space and productivity
Input on Presentation Stock (PS) and prepare Plan-o-grams
Organize product knowledge training & brand review
Drive Sales and Spending
Maximize GM %
Maximize Key Drivers
Manage conversions and Aged Inventory/and delisted (D) skus
Rationalization of Store Profiles and Brand assortments
Work with store to display and follow up the most relevant assortment
KEY ITEMS: Align on the key items to be displayed in the store and streamline the assortment to make it store relevant
Localization: work with the merchants on new business opportunities to increase localization
- Tasting/GWP: Responsible for coordinating tasting stock and GWP activations
Regional Merchandising Manager
BA motivation scheme
Drive spiff, perfect ticket and other promotion allowances in order to maximize brand development, in line with the store / global mix management strategy (potential/profit)
Store Renovations/Floor Moves
Provide input to strategy and business plan for new locations
Understand impact of capital projects
Link to the Global Merchandising Team for merchandising decisions
Maintain frequent communication with:
Each department of the respective category within the division
Corporate Planning & Merchandising Team(s)
Plan vendor visits and manage relationships and communication
Negotiate payroll staffing rates
Brand Liaison on floor execution
Negotiate revenue generating transparency opportunities
Negotiate local promotional support
Support staff development
Apprentice to Master
Wine School, Whisky School, WSET
Support Business Improvement Initiatives
Division Initiatives Execution
Loyal T/The Whisky Festival/Big Bang/Be-Spoke program
Facilitate marketing in home country (pre-departure, editorial, etc.)
Major Division Events – i.e. Chinese New Year/Oshogatsu /Golden Week/OBON / Global Marketing
Other Job Functions or Accountabilities:
Effective communication both oral and written.
Ability to organize and prioritize workload to meet established deadlines.
Strong multidimensional leadership ability. Able to effectively operate in a culturally diverse environment with astuteness and sensitivity.
Must have high degree of integrity and confidentiality with a keen sense of business/financial
Regional Merchandizing Manager
Must have strong interpersonal skills and be able to work well with personnel at various levels.
Able to make sound decisions with relevant facts at hand. Does not shy away from conflict.
Good problem solving skills.
Undergraduate degree or equivalent or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential functions of the job.
5 years of retail operations or merchandising experience with
Undergraduate degree preferred.
Regional and market leadership experience with merchandising and financial accountability.
Buying and inventory management experience.
PC experience with Microsoft office software such as Excel, Word and Outlook preferred.
Dealing with Ambiguity
Timely Decision Making
Drive for Results
Merchandise Processor (Dale City, VA- PT) - (Ka12947)
DIVISION: Contributed Goods and Retail Operations
REPORTS TO: General Manager and Assistant Production Manager
Make a difference while working for a leading social services enterprise ranked by consumers among the nation’s top 25 most inspiring companies. Goodwill of Greater Washington (GGW) helps people with disadvantages and disabilities overcome barriers to employment and sustain a level of independence through its workforce programs and services.
The Contributed Goods and Retail Operations Division has 17 stores in Maryland, D.C., and Virginia. A leader in the local merchandise resale industry, the Retail Division’s revenues fund a large part of GGW’s mission.
Impact Your Future, While Impacting Your Community. Our Company. Your Career.Together WeTransform Lives!
Partner with production and retail team members in a high energy fast-paced environment to perform a variety of operational functions that include sorting, processing and preparing donated merchandise to display for sale and distribution in a Goodwill retail store.
NOTE TO APPLICANT:
Please consider the job location when reviewing open positions and apply for those jobs to which you can travel. As a member of Goodwill of Greater Washington’s Retail Staff, and as a condition of employment, you will be required to work a flexible schedule in support of the store opening, production, and closing operations. The shift is part-time, approximately 25 hours per week. MUST be available to work WEEKENDS.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
1.Transfers merchandise from containers to determine appropriateness for the sales floor in accordance with established guidelines.
2.Stays abreast of brand name, designer labels, current and vintage styles.
3.Sorts apparel into boutique, salable, and salvage categories according to quota.
4.Places items on hangers, places hangers on rolling rack, and transports them to the sales floor keeping similar items grouped.
5.Counts pieces of clothing and records on Daily Hanger Report.
6.Places non-sellable merchandise in the appropriate container.
7.Prices all sellable items for the retail store.
8.Follow good safety and security practices including reporting safety hazards and injuries to the General Manager, Store Manager, or Assistant Manager.
Other Duties and Responsibilities:
Maintains a pace at which one is able to meet daily quota for
Maintains a professional appearance adhering to Goodwill uniform standards.
Assists in the collection and stocking of donated merchandise.
Provides excellent service to Goodwill’s donors and retail customers.
Performs other duties as directed.
A minimum of six months of previous work experience.
Ability to perform basic math.
Ability to read, write, and comprehend basic instruction.
Ability to effectively communicate verbally with associates and customers.
Ability to perform continuous walking, stooping, standing, bending, kneeling and climbing for prolonged periods of time (up to 7 hours per 8 hour shift).
Ability to lift up to 40 pounds frequently.
High school diploma or equivalent.
Previous experience working in a warehouse environment.
Previous experience working with merchandise pricing.
Basic computer skills.
Multilingual with fluency in English.
We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer minority/female/disability/vet. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.
E-Commerce Merchandise Coordinator
POSITION TITLE: E-Commerce Merchandise Coordinator
Under supervision of the Associate Merchandiser and Merchandiser, oversee the entire sample management process from sample receipt to product going live on the website. Visually maintain website.
Coordinates entire sample management process for each monthly delivery across multiple product categories. Coordinates handoff dates with cross-functional partners such as buying team, visual merchandising team, copy team and photo studio team while ensuring samples are returned and passed in an organized manner.
Responsible for maintaining buy plan with detailed notes for each sample while acting with a sense of urgency to meet deadlines. Ensure copy is written for each sample prior to photo shoot. Provide weekly recap of missing samples during business review meetings.
Coordinates with studio manager to scheduled photo shoots for respective product categories and monthly photo shoots for emails/site content, product launches. Prepares samples for each shoot by steaming, stuffing and removing tickets in an organized manner.
Responsible during photo shoots to dress models, hang and re-ticket all samples and assist stylist. Clean and organize the set after each photo shoot. Responsible after each photo shoot to coordinate with studio team to ensure each sample shot has been submitted to retouching. Follow up with the photo studio team on images that have not been uploaded and communicates all image issues to photo studio team for correction prior pushing product live on the website.
Maintain pushing styles live for respective product categories while ensuring each style is taxed properly and all merchandising attributes are correct. Visually merchandise website for respective product categories based on selling, inventory, merchandising initiatives, and business needs under the guidance of the associate merchandiser and merchandiser.
Work directly with the associate merchandiser to create and merchandise pages to align with email and website content. Trigger site content to align with key merchandising and promotional initiatives. Ensure each content banner is linking correctly and accurately displayed on the website. Work directly with merchandiser to ensure correct pricing is reflected on the website.
EDUCATION: High School
YEARS OF EXPERIENCE: 0-2 Years
General Merchandise Clerk, Lisbon Rd, Pewaukee, WI
Currently, Meijer is looking for a General Merchandise Clerk. The individual selected for this position will be responsible for delivering remarkable customer service by providing customers with exceptional product knowledge, efficient service and a friendly attitude. This entry level team member position will be exposed to a variety of retail tasks related to product, customer service and merchandising. This position is applicable to the following departments: Health and Beauty Care, Hardlines, Fashion/Softlines, Pets, Hardware, Card and Party, Outdoor/Seasonal and Floral.
Key responsibilities include:
Possessing a sense of urgency and comfort level to be able to work in a fast paced environment
Building rapport with customers
Displaying a friendly and outgoing attitude that is shown through good eye contact and body language
Providing assistance by responding to customer questions in an effective and efficient manner
Stocking product and maintaining product displays according to merchandising standards
Detail oriented and organized
Possesses good listening and communication skills
Has adequate knowledge of computer systems and is comfortable using them
Is process driven and has ability to follow procedures in an organized and efficient way
Ability to stay calm while working in a fast paced environment
Ability to lift, carry, push, pull, bend and twist while handling product
Ability to stand for long periods of time
Desire to work with customers on a consistent basis
Merchandise Manager - Int'l
The Merchandise Manager-International is responsible for supporting the wide range of merchandising services to the Director, including product sourcing and development for multiple categories, price negotiations, liaise with Buyers and vendors, order processing, following up with re-orders, and manages a merchandising team for smooth departmental operations. The position provides analytical expertise and project management for initiatives related to worldwide vendor and product sourcing.
Devise strategies to source and develop private brand and VOB (vendor owned brand) products globally
Attend and participate in business trade shows
Source and develop strategic vendors which ensure increased value and long-term partnership benefits to the company
Collaborate with marketing department, developing strategies to increase sales at stores and dot.com business
Identify and recruit qualified vendors to meet and work with home office Production teams
Facilitate the onboarding and training of new vendors with all Sears Holdings requirements
Supervise vendors and helps coordinate with the company's Quality Assurance department
Lead and delegate team of merchandising associates to achieve company and department goals
Manage multiple projects simultaneously, prioritizing in accordance with the challenges of a rapidly changing retail environment
Create and deliver formal presentations to executive level audiences
Display a clear understanding of the long-term and short-term merchandising strategies, market focus, vendor structure, and product assortment
Build and improve alignment with Logistics, Transportation, and Inventory for the strategies, goals, and objectives of these departments
Lead global souring activities of specific product categories through development of strategic vendor base to shorten delivery lead time at lowest price and proactively exploring potential new vendors. Evaluate potential new sourcing opportunities in different countries to drive competitive advantage of the organization.
Work closely with various counterparts including Costing Manager, Business Development Manager to identify opportunities to improve sourcing process and product specification for price negotiation and high quality of products through re-enginerring.
Manage Strategic Planning Development on full spectrum of specific products, strategic planning includes comparison and adjustment of sales forecast versus actual sales, boost for direct import, analysis of future market opportunities to make recommendation on business development plan.
Regularly provide market intelligence including but not limited to fashion trend, product technology, innovation to Buyers and introduce latest products to SHC associates through market research and trade fairs.
Ensure product quality as required by SHC corporate office and maintain good vendor relationships with SHC Sourcing Directors and Buyers.
Consolidate and adjust work schedule for buying teams / Sourcing Directors to make their trips reasonable and/or economical.
Supervise and train departmental associates to ensure the on-time shipment of excellent quality merchandise can be achieved.
Act as liaison and communication channel for internal and external parties. Ensure they fully understand and comply with company policies and systems under management directions.
Support Ad hoc assignments as necessary.
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