Merchandiser

Reporting to:           Category Manager

Department:            Commercial

Location:                 Richmond, London

Generally

The Category Merchandiser is responsible for developing the range of products within the category to achieve company and category targets, monitoring performance against agreed KPIs.

Job Description:

  • Manage the selection expansion cycle and range review process to ensure continued development of selection breadth and depth whilst maintaining a high product quality bar
  • Monitor and report on product sales within the category and identify trends including price, customer acquisition and emerging products
  • With Category Manager conduct a market and competitor assessment as part of the range review process to identify further category opportunities
  • Increase incremental selection from existing partners through product development/range expansion, working with Category Account Manager
  • Increase targeted selection by identifying opportunities for new partners, working with Category New Business Executive
  • Own and develop the relevant category/department pages on site, with On-Site Merchandiser ensuring selection is optimised in line with company targets
  • Pitch to X-Site team for all premium product space including Homepage, emails, catalogues and seasonal departments to ensure maximum exposure for products from the category
  • Other projects as defined
  • Our philosophy, general company duties and keeping informed

    Whether in supporting others in their distinct roles, or working towards the common good you, like all staff share responsibility for:

    • Working towards company sales and performance targets, contributing to these as a team member
    • Co-operating with office systems and helping to keep them up-to-date and running smoothly
    • Effectively and constructively referring on and following through on enquiries as necessary
    • Supporting other team members in areas where you have particular expertise, as they should you
    • Working on your own solutions – be your own problem solver. Always ask for approval or support, if necessary, but not as an alternative to working things out for yourself
    • Making yourself fully aware of all aspects of the presentation and communication of the notonthehighstreet.com brand. This affects every conversation and every email. All communication should adhere to the copy guidelines
    • Ensuring you are aware of core operational information: overall company strategy, partner packages, company policies, CMS functionality, and most of all our website

     
    If you think you have the required skills and experience to make a difference to our business, please get in touch with us at careers@notonthehighstreet.com, with a covering note, your CV and an indication of your salary expectations.