Job Description for a Merchandiser

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Merchandisers work in the retail sales industry alongside merchandise managers and executives, buyers and sales personnel to ensure that assigned products are displayed in a way to encourage sales in the retail environment.

Travel

  • Merchandisers are assigned to a territory of retail stores within a certain geographic area and are expected to visit each store on a daily basis or other predetermined schedule to deliver merchandise and check on existing products.

Relationships

  • Merchandisers build relationships with key store personnel to ensure their understanding of brand information, shelf standards and special promotions on the products.

Inventory

  • Merchandisers deliver new stock, rotate out the old stock, clean and maintain store product displays and price merchandise as appropriate.

Display Building

  • Merchandisers often have to build elaborate displays for their products using cardboard cutouts, promotional signs and special shelving.

Reporting

  • Merchandisers report information about outdated products, stock shortfalls and other problem areas to their managers.

Salary and Qualifications

  • According to salary.com, merchandising jobs often require a bachelor's degree. The typical salary range for this position is $44,000 to $82,000 per year but may vary depending on years of experience and geographic location.

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