The dates are:
Post 26th Sept for first round of merchandising. Most likely 2 weeks worth of store visits.
Post 10th Oct for the 2nd round of merchandising. Another 2 weeks of store visits.
Post 17th Oct for the 3rd round of merchandising. Another 1.5 weeks of store visits.
You would start the first working day (Monday-Friday) after each of the above dates and I’m guessing it will take 2 weeks to get around to all the stores.
There is a small chance It could change to the first two weeks of the next 3 months.
The Job entails driving out to all the Myer stores, checking in at reception and then merchandising all our products. We have 3 big drops before christmas and we need to make sure all the stock is out on the floor and selling. Easiest way to do this, is to find all stock that is in reserve and in the loading docks.
I will give you a list with images of all our products. A store manager will help you get into the loading dock and reserve rooms. Anything that is not on the shop floor needs to be put out on the shop floor. We would like you to place all our products on the shelves at the best heights and best real estate in the the store. Some stores are easier than others as they have more space. Not everything will always fit, but the aim is to get as much out as possible so it can be sold. It would sit in the back of the stores for a long time if we didn’t do this exercise. MYER doesn’t have the staff to do this.
It’s about 6 weeks work altogether. I think there might be a week of nothing between two of the drops. Monday to Friday 8am –6pm or 9am – 5pm. What can you manage? I will need you to take before and after photos at each shop for our records. Also let me know if
things are missing. All the info you will need to tell me this will be on a spreadsheet ill issue you with. iPhone photos are fine although it is better to use another camera as the iPhone battery sucks.
We will pay you for your time of course ($20per hour) and all your km’s. You have a car right? Works out almost double the cost of fuel for memory.