The Senior Branch Manager is responsible for creating effective commercial plans for upcoming seasons, as well as analysing current sales figures and writing reports on sales levels. This role will demand good managerial skills, as individuals who hold this post will manage one or more branches depending on the company’s grading systems, as well as tracking the critical path in some cases and resolving any customer queries.
- Many employers will require a candidate who has held a similar role previous to application. Recruiters often seek individuals who are experience Branch Merchandisers and have sufficient knowledge to take on the role.
- In some cases, sector specific experience may be required, although this is not always necessary and should be confirmed before application.
- With increased experience, a Senior Branch Merchandiser may progress to the role of Head of Branch Merchandising, which will often include further responsibility and the management of a larger team.
- Salaries for a Senior Branch Merchandiser can range from £40,000 to £65,000.