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Visual Merchandising Coordinator

Skechers
Birmingham, EN
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Key Leader- Visual Merchandising - (Job Number: 032616)

Lululemon Athletica Inc
Surrey England, EN
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Assistant Store Manager

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Brighton, South East/Southern, BN1 1HR
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Visual Merchandising Jobs Overview

Visual merchandising entails the range of strategies used business, shop owners, and organisations to engage consumers and promote the core values of their brand. Visual merchandising skills are in demand in settings as different from each other as department stores, airports, and trade fairs. Visual merchandising jobs suit creative individuals who are good communicators, team players, and who have a keen eye for detail, a genuine interest in the interaction between marketing techniques and consumer trends, and a passion for turning abstract concepts into tangible and visually appealing projects.

Visual Merchandising Jobs Education Requirements

Creative design skills are a must for visual merchandisers, although employers tend to look for candidates who have a combination of practical experience and solid knowledge of design-related subjects. Useful qualifications include HND courses in graphic design, visual merchandising, retail skills, promotional design, and sales development; City and Guilds certificates in Computer Aided Design; BTEC qualifications in 3D Design; and diplomas in fashion and interior design. Graduate entry is also possible, particularly for candidates with a degree in marketing, interior design, or textile and surface pattern design. The British Display Society also offers 1 and 2-year courses in point of sale, retail, and exhibition design. Visual merchandisers work closely with floor managers and opportunity for progression are roles such as visual merchandiser manager jobs.

Visual Merchandising Jobs Market

Vacancies are routinely made available by retailers (both independent or retail chains), conference and exhibition centres, museums, tourist attractions, multinationals, and design agencies. Vacancies in this particular job market are closely linked to the state of the economy in general and of the retail industry in particular, which according to market research firm Datamonitor is the largest source of private employment in the UK. This means that the visual merchandising job market is likely to expand in the medium term.

Visual Merchandising Jobs Salary Information

Annual salaries for entry-level positions can go from £12,000 to £18,000, rising to £24,000 - £30,000 for visual merchandise planner jobs or after a few years of experience. Directors of visual merchandising can easily earn £50,000 or more.

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