Online Merchandiser Jobs In Dubai UAE | Al-Futtaim

  • Full Time
  • Dubai UAE
  • 7500 AED / Month

Al-Futtaim

Online Merchandiser Jobs In Dubai UAE | Al-Futtaim

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Description:

Established in the 1930s as a trading business, Al-Futtaim Group today is one of the most diversified and progressive, privately held regional businesses headquartered in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Structured into five operating divisions; automotive, financial services, real estate, retail and healthcare; employing more than 35,000 employees across more than 20 countries in the Middle East, Asia and Africa, Al-Futtaim Group partners with over 200 of the world’s most admired and innovative brands. Al-Futtaim Group’s entrepreneurship and relentless customer focus enables the organization to continue to grow and expand; responding to the changing needs of our customers within the societies in which we operate.

Responsibilities:

  • Planning and developing merchandising strategies.
  • Analyzing sales figures, market trends and customer behavior to determine product needs.
  • Stocking sales floor shelves and creating attractive product displays.
  • Determining the need for and implementing product promotions, price changes, mark downs, clear outs, etc.
  • Ensuring retail staff are well informed on product details and promotions.
  • Maintaining and tracking inventory.

Requirements:

  • High school diploma/GED required.
  • Previous experience in merchandising or retail preferred.
  • Degree in business, marketing, retail or related field may be preferred.
  • Strong organisational and decision making skills.
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
  • Strong numerical and analytical skills.
  • Commercial awareness.

To apply for this job please visit www.linkedin.com.

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