Retail Merchandising Monticello, NY

Retail Merchandising

VHE • Monticello, NY

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Monthly Retail Merchandising - Flexible schedule

We are seeking people currently working as a retail merchandiser.

Please apply if have the following skills or experience:

  • You currently work as a Retail or Reset Merchandiser for other merchandising service companies
  • You currently work in Retail Stores that are near Major Home Improvement Centers
  • You have 1 year of Retail or Merchandising Experience
  • Your current route includes Home Improvement Centers or other retail stores

This is On Demand Work - hours are available when projects need to be completed in this area. 

What we offer you

  • Highly competitive starting pay depending on experience.
  • Mobile phone allowance.
  • Build Your Own Schedule.
  • Projects that have defined timelines and goals.

Retail Merchandisers maintain plan-o-grams, merchandise, restock, and build displays to increase sales of products represented.

To be successful at this opportunity you need:

  • A valid driver's license and proof of vehicle insurance is required,
  • Access to a reliable personal car is required.
  • Access to a smart phone or tablet (android or apple) with internet access is required.
  • Must be able to perform repetitive bending, standing and walking, and be able to pull, push and lift materials 50 pounds.

Signature Retail Services is the industry’s premier merchandising & fixture installation organization. We operate across all 50 States utilizing our highly trained, experienced teams. 

SRS is an Equal Opportunity Employer

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.





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What we offer

Below is a sample of what we offer:

We make a practice to Promote from within
We have clear Career Paths for each of our Divisions.
Clear Career Paths
Capital Improvements Career Path: Entry Level Merchandiser → Team Lead → Project Manager ||| Retail Service Career Path: Field Service Rep → Area Supervisor → Territory Manager → Regional Manager
401(k) Retirement Plan with employer matching
Every Employee is eligible after six (6) months.
Personal mobile phone allowance
based on total hours worked each week
Employee Referral Plan
Extra CA$H - nice perk for referrals that join the team
Mileage/Gas plan
competitive plan when business travel is necessary
Hotels direct billed to company
paid by company when overnight travel is necessary
Meal per diem
provided when overnight travel is necessary