Visual Merchandiser (Retail) / Auckland / $70k - $80k

  • Auckland
  • $70k - $80k

Looking to join the world of Visual Merchandising? We have a fantastic opportunity for a Visual Merchandiser for a great Retail brand!

Our client is a leading retail, fashion and beauty brand based in New Zealand. They are looking for a Visual Merchandiser to join their growing team!

You will be assisting the National Creative Visual Merchandising Manager on the creative direction and creating new Visual Merchandising ideas for their 60+ stores.

You will be key in communicating brand strategy, visual merchandising vision and standards across their stores. You will also be involved with creating seasonal manuals and developing clear visual merchandising direction for national execution

The Visual Merchandiser will be responsible for assisting in the development of seasonal campaigns, window direction, new store visuals and elevation of the Brand. They will also assist with visiting stores nationwide to work with and develop regional teams on implementation of seasonal roll-outs and measure the effectiveness of the visual merchandising store wide.

To succeed in this role you will have an interest in the world of fashion and retail. Ideally, you will come from a visual merchandising background and consider yourself to be focused multitasker with a great eye for design and detail. Additionally, you will have a passion for fashion and/or home-wares with an exceptional flare for styling.

If this is the role you have been waiting for, then APPLY Now!

Required Experience:

- 2+ years’ experience in a field-based Visual Merchandising role
- 1+ years’ experience in an office based visual merchandising or creative roll

Required Skills:

- Visual Merchandising experience
- Strong visual merchandising, styling and window display skills
- Retail experience
- MS Office e.g. Excel
- Intermediate skill level in Adobe Creative Suite e.g. Photoshop & InDesign

Required Qualification:

- Diploma or Bachelor’s in Design or Communications

Personality & Culture Fit:

- Passionate about retail
- Charismatic
- Team player
- Creative

Let Bella and The Pond agents help you realise your market value and future career potential. Apply today, or get in touch for more information.

Please only apply if you have a valid NZ work visa.

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