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Visual Merchandiser Resume

Visual Merchandiser
        To secure a position as a visual merchandiser
• Broad experience as an assistant manager in fast food and retail store environments.
• Skilled in areas of inventory control, cashier management and staff supervision.
• Excellent problem solver with strong sales analysis and reporting skills.
      Company One, Town, US                                                           date to date
      Visual Merchandiser Lead
• Implemented corporate visual directives
• Enforced visual and merchandising standards
• Executed window and interior displays to enhance sales
• Assisted store manager with daily operations, directed staff
      Company Two, Town, US                                                           date to date
      Visual Merchandiser Coordinator
• Responsible for motivating a staff of 25+ full/part time employees
• Implemented and enforced merchandising standards to increase sales Operations
• Trained and directed associates on sales floor and customer service
      Company Three, Town, US                                                           date to date
      Visual Display Merchandiser
• Responsible for maintaining showroom
• Implementation of floor plans
• Partner with corporate design team to adhere to Baker standards
• In charge of incoming and outgoing merchandise; inventory control event planning
• Responsible for the visual design, styling, promotional/event themes and merchandising of Men’s division apparel/accessories within #1 location in California region
• Coordinate visual merchandising concepts with Sr. Merchandisers/Managers
• Ensure adherence to quarterly, corporate visual standards
• Implemented visual concepts, merchandising themes and displays to promote merchandise sales 
Coordinated visual merchandising efforts and planned wall, floor and signage to increase sales
• Directed Visualization, Design Fundamentals, Graphic Design, Color Theory, Marketing & Visual Presentation
• Developed creative merchandising solutions and improved store floor plans and fixture layout to drive sales and margin.
• Resolved store specific merchandising challenges that require adaptations based 
on store size, store type, volume, spatial constraints and inventory levels. 
       Associate in Liberal Arts

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