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Merchandise Managers play a vital role in retail companies as they make sure products reach shelves at the right moment in the right quantity. Common work activities for a Merchandise Manager are creating displays, stocking shelves with fresh products, maintaining inventories, monitoring consumer trends, predicting customer demand, supervising sales staff, and updating records. The most successful sample resumes highlight retail management expertise, leadership, sales orientation, business acumen, and time management. Some employers may prefer resumes displaying a Bachelor's degree in a relevant field.

For more information on what it takes to be a Merchandise Manager, check out our complete Merchandise Manager Job Description.

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Associate Merchandise Manager II

  • Developed and managed Christmas ornament lines based on wholesale and retail data analysis, customer and category strategy, licensor requirements and program plans that were consistently profitable and growing in account base.
  • Managed and executed programs from concept to commercialization, which resulted in over 60% wholesale revenue growth in 2013 and 2014.
  • Pitched/sold programs to multiple retailers that met strategic and customer needs.
  • Managed cost targets which achieved cost goals across product lines.
  • Collaborated effectively with critical internal and external partners such as Finance, Customer Teams, Asia Buying Office, Visual Merchandising, Buyers, Licensors and others to achieve company and customer strategies and goals.
Candidate Info
11
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
BS
Business Administration
MA
Master of Arts
12

Merchandise Manager

Ensured store standards and processes were consistently maintained at all times.

  • Oversaw merchandise placement on the selling floor.
  • Set visual floor standards for the store, trained and coached sales support team members and sales associates.
  • Optimized team work schedules in partnership with store manager and/or operations manager to ensure
  • Reviewed reports and sales daily and took action on visual merchandising to maximize sales.
Candidate Info
27
years in
workforce
1
year
at this job
Fashion Merchandising/marketing Program
Education And Skills
13

Merchandise Manager

Manage a $2 million in Men's and Accessories business while maintaining loss results of less than 0.9%.

  • Train and direct employees in business etiquette when dealing with customers on the sales floor as well as in maximizing phone sales opportunities.
  • Responsible for organization of and directing of training program that teaches employees how to identify customer needs and increase sales.
  • Train sales associates in proper inventory control and receipt of merchandise.
  • Conducted new employee orientation to foster positive attitude toward organizational objectives
  • Handled understaffing, disputes, terminating employees and administering disciplinary procedures
  • Coordinated work activities of subordinates and staff relating to employment, compensation, labor relations and employee relations.
  • Served as a link between management and employees by handling questions, interpreting and administering contracts and helping resolve work-related problems.
Candidate Info
18
years in
workforce
11
years
at this job
BA
Psychology & Juvenile Criminal Justice
MA
Human Resource Management

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