Visual Merchandiser - Dubai Mall

Mon Jul 26 2021 10:01:34 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time) save share
    Company: Fendi
    Country / Region : United Arab Emirates
    City : Dubai
    Business group: Fashion & Leather Goods
    Contract type: Permanent Job
    Function: Design & Creation
    Experience required: Minimum 5 years
    Reference No.: FEND01871
    Date of publication: 2021.07.26


The In-Store Visual Merchandiser operates in a flagship store with the responsibility to apply Corporate VM guidelines, techniques, implement VM strategy and procedures to ensure a high level of product display and the store perfect look at all times.

Main Responsibilities

  • Institutional Window Setup & In-Store VM change and installation
  • Execution of Corporate VM marketing strategy and directives
  • Communicate with Store Manager, Regional Visual Merchandising Manager, Store Planning to work on VM rotation and Store layout suggestion in order to maximize the Sales
  • Pay attention to all VM details and ensure the perfect product display at all time in every part of the Store
  • Window & VM photo report (including SKU) on bi-monthly basis
  • Align periodically Visual Merchandising and Sales performance
  • Make sure the best sellers are always on display
  • Check props status and communicate any damage to Store Manager / VM team
  • Maintain props stock and notify the team about new props arrival
  • Share VM guidelines with Sales Associates
  • Attend seasonal VM training and cooperate with VM Team during the session if needed
  • Spend part of the working time (from 10% to 20%) selling on the floor


  • Good product display skills
  • Good organization skills
  • Ability to use MS Office (especially PowerPoint)
  • Good level of English and fluency in zone language is a must
  • Previous experience in the Luxury field is a plus
  • Strong communication skills
  • High listening skill

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