Sally Beauty

by Publishing Team on January 6, 2011

Sally Beauty Job Description

Sally Beauty started as a single store in New Orleans in 1960’s. Nowadays, Sally Beauty is the world’s principal seller of expert beauty supplies. Sally Beauty at present owns and operates greater than 2,500 Sally Beauty Supply stores internationally. Sally Beauty Supply tenders over 6,000 professional value products for hair, skin and nails to sell customers and salon professionals.

Sally Beauty Duties and responsibilities

  • Director of Merchandising

The Director of Merchandising will be assigned to settle on product assortment and execution based upon market and trend investigation; construct and preserve strong relationships with key vendors, negotiating pricing, order measures, and co-op program terms; build up product post strategies, make the most of inventory productivity, and attain supply string goals in order to capitalize on sales volume and store productivity; examine sales trends in union with past data, using this information to expand sales promotions when appropriate; observe sales promotions and study results, shaping ROI and policy for potential promotions based upon the results; observe growth and performance of direct reports; and take action as a role form, providing direction by focusing and stimulating team members on the road to a general goal.

Director of Merchandising Salary- $100,000.00

  • Production Artist

The Production Artist construct monthly advertising materials and stock up signage based on permitted concepts, preparing records for the printer, trouble shooting, and constructing mock ups from recognized original concepts; craft revisions and finalizes tasks; offer back up for the other Creative Team members at some point of project overwork or organization deficiency; express eagerness to assist in the implementation of monthly publications; ensures that all documents connected to assigned projects are in the right place within the Sally servers; upholds a huge work ethic and optimistic outlook for the Creative Team and the resources that are being delivered to support stores and sales; and generate additional advertising materials such as trade show materials, store signage and any other non-monthly project as assigned.

Production Artist Salary: $35,000.00

  • Senior Designer

The Senior Designer is accountable for conceptualization, outline or design and construction of mixed printed and on-line concepts developed and fashioned by the Marketing Communications Creative Service Team; plan and make store marketing promotions, instruction and demonstrate collateral with posters, ledge talkers, straight mail pieces, promotional flyers, shirt designs and tickets; devise and manufacture of special projects for other departments, which comprise of preparing files for printer, trouble shooting, and building mock-ups; generate fresh processes for the additional designers and artists to make them well-organized; contribute to marketing or design layout knowledge; and supplementary project/duties as assigned.

Senior Designer Salary: $50,000.00

  • Store Compliance Auditor

The Store Compliance Auditor carry out agreement reviews within Sally Beauty stores all the way through North America. This involves 50 – 70% travel; arrange printed reports detailing the results of every assessment; complete particular projects as demanded by Internal Controls and Compliance or Executive Management; and be present at certified trade shows to help with money management.

Store Compliance Editor Salary: $50,000.00

Sally Beauty Job Application Form Online

Please apply personally at your nearest Sally Beauty Supply or apply on Sally Beauty website.

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

anonymous January 19, 2011 at 8:25 pm

Confusing company to work for, Feel they are pretty shady, D.M. s and T.M.s are not monitored, So they are,nt very respectful to the Crews in the stores, Some tend to lead with fear, There is no motivation or inspiration, Company needs to get organized, Get their employee handbooks in order, So the employees know what their rights and benefits are. Felt like i was mislead and lied to on several occasions, Saw customers being treated badly, Even by the District Manager, Who should have been a better example. Store policies are extremely confusing and misleading, Other than that, The Job in itself was relatively simple, But the company is not of the best.


anonymous February 17, 2011 at 6:14 am

I loved the whole winning points and discounts were awesome, but management sucked! They were disrespectful to customers and employees! They always had their mind set on who we had to watch, it wasn’t equally it was just certain people or should I say type!!!!


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