Find a job as a field merchandiser by searching on sites such as Indeed.com, Monster.com or Craigslist.org, as of 2015. Another option is to check the careers section of retailers or merchandise marketing companies for job openings in the field.Continue Reading
Indeed.com allows searching for field and retail merchandiser positions within a specific geographic location, though it does not require one to conduct an initial search. Results include the city and state in which the job exists, the name of the company offering it and the duration of the post on the site.
Monster.com contains a complex search system that supports keywords, job titles, posting dates, employment type and job location. Users can create an account on the site to upload a resume and use it to apply for select field merchandiser jobs or make it available to employers looking to hire for that position.
Craigslist.org may contain field and other types of merchandising jobs within the Jobs section for each city. The site requires users to choose a state and then major city in which to conduct the search, as it functions on a community level. Users may need to visit an external site to complete applications or email the poster through the site's email obfuscation system.
Some companies may employ field merchandises in-house through full-time or part-time positions and post the jobs on the employment section of the corporate website. Some marketing companies that specialize in retail merchandising may also post job listings for field merchandisers as well.Learn more about Job Search