Specialist, Visual Merchandising
Visual Merchandising | San Francisco, CA | Full Time
Summary of Position:
The Visual Merchandising Specialist reports directly to the Sr. Manager Visual Merchandising. The Visual Merchandising Specialist plays a critical role in managing the day to day aspects of maintaining and developing Morphe brand presentations, campaign updates and consistency within the global retail environment. This role works cross-functionally with the brand marketing team to keep accurate records and strategic planning of retail floorplan mapping and product assortments.
- Assist with the conception, design and execution of innovative merchandising solutions within global retail environments, primarily open-sell gondolas and temporary display units.
- Partner with the marketing team to develop solutions for optimizing gondola merchandising assortments.
- Conduct and manage projects with the team, ensuring projects are prioritized and objectives are fully realized within a managed budget and timeline.
- Assist with the production of the Visual Merchandising Directives for Retail using Adobe Suite and meet designated timelines.
- Assist with new store openings, events and store visits.
Required Skills & Experience:
- Minimum 3+ years experience in understanding and interpreting visual presentation direction (preferably Beauty) at a corporate level.
- Highly organized, process-oriented and exemplary time-management skills.
- Mandatory proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite – InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator and fluent in Microsoft Office.
- Must be self-motivated and able work both independently as well as collaboratively.
- Excellent, verbal and written communication skills.
- Idea-driven, takes initiative and a creative problem solver.
Must be able to perform essential functions (with or without an accommodation) without posing a "direct threat" to the health and safety to self or others.
The Company reserves the right to alter, change, abolish and even combine jobs depending upon changing conditions.
No recruitment agencies, please.