District visual managers are tasked with visual mapping and implementation, light recruiting, field training workshops and implementation, correspondence with other managers and executives regarding visual aspects of designated spaces, and visual technological maintenance.
These managers are responsible for planning and implementing visual representations and presentations within a specified district. Other necessities include visual merchandising and a willingness to communicate said information with employees and associates, as well as customers or visitors.
Although they work primarily indoors, outdoor presentations and events are common in this position, and they typically work with direct superiors and teams which they manage in their particular districts. A college degree in a relevant field can be beneficial for this position, and relevant prior experience is also helpful. District visual managers typically work during regular weekly business hours, and there may be occasional exceptions depending on events and particular branch needs. Other tasks in the position may vary by district and respective goals.
District Visual Manager Tasks
Work under the direction of the VP of visual merchandising to customize product displays for individual retail stores in a region.
Train and coordinate the personnel updating in-store merchandise displays.
Execute corporate visual merchandising plans for seasonal product displays.
Visit store locations to supervise the implementation of visual merchandising plans.