The Sales Merchandiser role consists of an individual who can improve the consumer buying experience by creating merchandising solutions in their assigned stores while also meeting and exceeding sales expectations. The retail sales merchandisers duties include but are not limited to cultivating and maintaining relationships with in-store management, executing merchandising resets, building retail displays, and managing the merchandising of impulse items displayed on clip strips & j-hooks in specific areas of supermarkets. They are also responsible for the proper implementation of plan-o-grams, new item placement, void corrections, stock rotation, and building displays.
This is a physically demanding position and the ideal candidate would need to meet the physical demands of the position. The ideal candidate is a self-starter, quick learner, has a strong attention to detail, and works well in independent situations. They must possess excellent organizational skills, strong communication skills, sales driven and the ability to build and maintain relationships with business partners. Duties & Responsibilities Build and maintain strong relationships with business partners and store management through engagement during every service visit Identify opportunities for incremental display space to drive volume goals and sales expectations Maintain store presentation standards through building displays, fixture installation, store sets, shelf maintenance, down stock, retrofits, inventory reconciliation, display maintenance, and POP installation Cover multiple stores daily on an assigned route Assist and monitor customer satisfaction Collaborate with supervisor and/or management on all significant initiatives (new product introductions, contests, etc.) Maintain full distribution and display of products on assigned accounts Understand and demonstrate safe work practices at all times to ensure a safe work environment.
Comply with all company policies and procedures. Complete special projects and other duties as assigned by supervisor.