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I applied to be a retail merchandiser at hallmark, any advice?

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Submitted : 2018-06-15 02:20:26    Popularity:     

Tags: retail  applied  merchandiser  advice  hallmark  

Ok so I'm a 20 year old college student currently looking for work for summer. I came across a job posting online for hallmark. The position is "retail merchandiser". I have a bit of experience working in retail since i used to be a courtesy

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You will go to the store assigned and fill the shelves according to the plan a gram.

Hunch is correcg - u will be filling shelves

you should really look for internships within your field of study. even if they're not paid, they'll pay off in the long run after you graduate. companies these days require education AND experience. some companies will even hire you on full time after you graduate, since you've already worked with them. if you just do your four years, graduate, and get out, it maybe very difficult to find a decent job.

I guarantee you are not qualified -

Retail Merchandiser Job Duties:
Determines call schedule by reviewing priorities with supervisor; discussing special instructions, product promotions, new products, and price changes.
Maintains customer relationships by visiting with store managers, department managers, and employees; answering their questions; responding to special requests; describing product features.
Maintains store shelves by observing displays of company products; removing damaged or freshness-dated products; tidying store shelves; providing optimum display of products.
Maintains inventory by restocking shelves with product from inventory; observing inventory levels; prompting store management to reorder when levels appear low; arranging for return and credit for damaged products.
Completes call report by observing display and pricing of competitors' products.
Helps field sales representatives with special promotions by setting-up displays at aisle ends; checking daily on special promotions; observing customer reaction to special promotions; forwarding observations to management; removing promotions at end of special promotion period.
Provides information by reporting growth, expansion, or closing of supermarkets in assigned territory.
Maintains quality results by following and enforcing standards.
Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations.
Enhances merchandising and organization reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests; exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments.
Retail Merchandiser Skills and Qualifications:
Product Knowledge, Quality Focus, Customer Focus, Organization, Client Relationships, Promotions, Reporting Skills, Attention to Detail, Territory Management, Competitive Analysis, Job Knowledge

It sounds like you're extremely qualified and they'd hire you in a minute but I'd hold off on telling them you just plan to stay around for the summer. I think they'd like to have someone 'yay! Hallmark!' career-oriented for that position.

I mean, accept it if you get it but be gracious enough to give 2 weeks when you 'have to move back home due to an illness in the family'.

You are very qualified.

Just be enthusiastic. I suspect the pay is not great, but you can probably do it in early morning hours.



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