Industry: Garments

Total Positions: 1

Job Type: Full Time/Permanent

Gender: No Preference

Salary:Rs. 25000 - Rs.35000 (Monthly)

Education: Graduation

Experience: 3-6 Years

Location: Bengaluru, India

Posted Date: 29-04-2023


  1. Internal & external communication: A merchandiser has to communicate with the buyers, internal team, and others such as suppliers, nominated factory owners, fabric manufacturers, etc.  The merchandiser has to take data from the internal team and convey it to buyers, e.g. delivery dates, fabric sourced or not, etc. 
  2. Sampling: It is one of the most important tasks for all the merchandisers. Here, samples have to be developed according to the buyer’s instructions. Photos of the mock-up and developments while being processed need to be sent to the client and approvals to be taken at every stage
  3. Costing: The merchant has to do product costing.
  4. Fabrics, accessories & trims in-housing: After confirmation of a garment export order, a garment merchandiser has to book and in-house all kinds of fabrics, trimmings, and accessories according to the buyer’s instructions. If it is a repeat order check the available stock. Study MOS and prepare fabrics for cutting week in advance.
  5. Talk to suppliers on a continuous basis for new fabric development.
  6. Always look for new suppliers. Pricing
  7. Time to time reporting to the head of the department/seniors – Updating the order status and discussing issues if any
  8. Utilization and updating ERP for data records- Use odd for order records and data records. Avoid any data duplication.
  9. Inventory report follow up with trims/fabric store.
  10. Keeping track of KPIS of the gown section:
  11. Inventory stock keeping.
  12. Order follow-up with the production team and push orders and get it done on time.
  13. Taking care of that there is no trims shortage 
  14.  Replenishment /Repeat orders follow up.