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Careers / Visual Merchandising Manager

Visual Merchandising Manager
Qualifications, Skills and Competencies Required:
- Have a flair for design
- Be creative, imaginative and energetic
- Understand the company’s target markets and know how to appeal to them
- Be aware of current trends and activities in design of retail areas
- Have good communication skills to present ideas to others
- Be able to concentrate and work to tight deadlines
- Be able to use large and small spaces effectively
- Be self-motivated and practical
- Have technical drawing skills
- Merchandising Diploma or Degree in Marketing
- Solid experience in Retail Merchandising
- At least 10 years’ experience
- Electrical knowledge would be an advantage
- Management experience ±5 years
- Solid experience as background ± 5 years
PURPOSE:
Visual Merchandising Managers are in charge of managing all aspects of merchandising visuals for the organization. They are responsible for developing and implementing effective strategies to retain brand identity, as well as increase brand loyalty and generate revenue by using attractive displays
Typical Job Functions include, but are not limited to:
- Visit store locations to supervise the implementation of visual merchandising plans
- Coordinate with senior management to customize store displays for individual retail stores
- To create imaginative, eye-catching displays of goods in retail stores
- To aim to attract the attention of customers and encourage them to buy
- Sketching designs and developing floor plans, making the most of the available space
- Visiting branches to train and brief staff on arranging displays
- Liaising with teams such as buying, design and marketing to create design themes and plans
- Meeting with Sales Managers and Retail Managers to discuss sales strategies
- Working with architectural features of stores to maximise the available space
- Creating visual merchandising packs to communicate visual guidelines including layout principles, visual dressing and signage, usually applies to those based in a Head Office
- Visiting branches to coach in-store visual merchandising or sales teams to interpret the guidelines and training them in the execution of the visual concept
- Carrying out ‘comp (comparison) shops’ to maintain awareness of other retailers’ visual merchandising concepts
- Leading and motivating teams to complete displays to tight deadlines
- Seeking feedback from colleagues and customers on the visual impact of displays and implementing changes.
BENEFITS:
Provident Fund
Medical Aid
Please send CV to : careers@acdc.co.za and in subject line add - Visual Merchandising