Visual Merchandiser - South Zone

US-FL-Pompano Beach
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Marketing/Public Relations


The Fresh Market currently has an opening for a Visual Merchandiser.  As a Visual Merchandiser at The Fresh Market, you will be responsible for overseeing and executing all in-store visual marketing directives to create an appealing shopping experience for guests. This position will report to the Director of Visual Merchandising and will be assigned to the South Zone (Florida).


  • Work with store teams to design visually-appealing, well-balanced merchandise displays that reflect our monthly visual merchandising plans and bring our marketing communications to life.
  • Provide input for regional and store specific modifications to the monthly and seasonal visual merchandising plans based on a strong understanding of challenges, actual site conditions and the guest experience at each location.
  • Assist the stores with visual strategy for signage, display and product moves  to keep in line with product focus, promotional activity, and seasonal events
  • Maintain awareness of current trends in visual arts and merchandising. Elevate execution and maintain brand expectations.
  • Act as a subject matter expert to drive all components of visual and sensory merchandising strategy including applicable standards, product positioning, product packaging, visual communications and graphics, fixtures, macro/micro space allocation



  • Experience with a multi-unit retailer with an emphasis on visual merchandising, visual communications or design.
  • Demonstrated ability to design merchandising displays
  • A sincere and contagious passion for The Fresh Market
  • Good visual awareness, creative ability and driver of innovation
  • Excellent communication skills – ability to influence others and sell ideas a must
  • Must be able to travel 3-5 days a week (position covers 20-25 stores)
  • Must have excellent mobility (bending, lifting, stooping, climbing, pushing etc.)


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