Part time retail project merchandiser - united states, concordia research station

part time retail project merchandiser

we are hiring a part time retail project merchandiser to help increase sales of premium consumer products at our client’s retail locations within in assigned territory. the foundation of retail is built with strong displays for consumers to easily spot the brand names and quality products they love. a successful merchandiser builds, and crafts merchandising displays and maintains strong relationships with in-store management. the ideal candidate is flexible and adaptable with the ability to complete multiple duties with accuracy.

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things to consider:


valid driver’s license, auto insurance and access to reliable transportation within your territory is requiredyou will be part of a regional team and be assigned a territory servicing multiple locations


execute on objectives by maintaining full distribution on existing skusensure signage is in place for new items at all assigned storesmaintain schematic standards and integrityhang shelf signs, place coupons and assemble cardboard displays cleaning of existing sections and fixtures


valid driver’s license and reliable transportationhigh school diploma or ged or equivalent experience requiredmust be at least 18 years oldstrong research and analytical skillsexcellent written and verbal communication skillsbasic computer skills and daily internet accessability to work independently and prioritize duties with minimal supervisionability to lift and/or push up to 40 pounds, stand, stoop and bend for long periods of time, potential use of cleaning chemicals and work in environments susceptible to temperature changes i.e. refrigerated and freezer sections 

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Merchandise Displayers and Window Trimmers
United States, Concordia Research Station ,Benson
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