The average pay for a General Merchandise Manager with Customer Service skills is $14.12 per hour.
The average pay for a General Merchandise Manager with Customer Service skills is $43,700 per year.
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Job Description for General Merchandise Manager
A general merchandise manager is the person who is primarily responsible for managing all inventories and merchandise within an organization or store. This person will primarily work in an indoor environment, as long as the store is indoors. Minimal travel may be required, as this position may require traveling to other stores within the district. A general merchandise manager will typically be found in a retail type of environment. As far as formal educational requirements are concerned, many organizations value experience over education. Many organizations often require at least 3 years of experience within a general merchandise department and 10 years of experience in the field in general.Read More...
A general merchandise manager’s responsibilities and duties can vary according to the individual organization. Some common responsibilities include managing department inventory, managing all merchandising, tracking inventory, tracking stock position, ensuring proper operational processes, ensuring that all merchandising behavior coincides with company standards, planning and ordering general merchandise products, ensuring proper training of all department associates, supervising and evaluating all employees within the store or department, ensuring that all procedures regarding ordering and storage of merchandise are followed, selecting products and merchandise, communicating with company buyers, making purchases for the store, working closely with the marketing team, setting sales goals among the store, and ensuring the proper maintenance of all merchandise. This position requires a person who is highly organized and can prioritize responsibilities. A general merchandise manager should possess natural leadership and expert communication skills. (Copyright 2019 PayScale.com)
- Create and implement store merchandising plans and standards.
- Conduct routine store walks and generate reports.
- Manage merchandising team by coordinating work schedules and activities.
- Communicate merchandising layouts, planograms, and store listings.
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