Success Appointments

SITE MERCHANDISER – London, Oxford Street

09 Jan 2017
31 Jan 2017
Job Type

Do you have a good understanding of the music market either through personal interest or previous experience in the sale of musical instruments and associated products? An exciting opportunity has come up to join one of the World’s leading music publishers, owning and managing over 200,000 popular and classical music copyrights. The UK Head Office is situated in London, in the West End, where the Group Board resides and where the Editorial and Creative teams are located.

The Site Merchandising supports the Online Trading Manager by merchandising products and promotions on the site in line with the trading calendar, maximising catalogue sales across all ranges

Role Responsibilities:

  • To merchandise products on the website, optimising layout, product hierarchy and related products to maximise trading opportunities in line with the trading calendar
  • To merchandise products in line with ranges constructed by the catalogue managers, enabling a positive customer journey
  • To merchandise all relevant supplier content onto the site, as decided by the Online Trading Manager
  • To ensure all pricing and product descriptions are accurate and displayed correctly
  • To ensure overall brand values and specific promotional messages are delivered consistently and accurately
  • To contribute to merchandising strategy and calendar planning sessions with the Director of Retail and the retail and commercial marketing teams
  • To utilise the website analytics to understand customer behaviours and the trading performance of individual products and to merchandise accordingly

The successful candidate will: 

  • Have previous merchandising experience gained either online or in-store at a high street retailer or supermarket
  • Have excellent IT skills, particularly excel, for data driven decisions on managing online content
  • Have strong communication skills with the ability to work both autonomously and as part of a team
  • The ability to work under pressure and to put their own and others’ ideas in to action in reaction to trends and changing trading conditions

Benefits & Salary:

  • Up to £25,000
  • 25 days + bank holidays
  • Pension after 3-month probationary period