Anthropologie Display Coordinator (part


All cities,PA



  • Cultivates an environment of genuine customer connection
  • Utilizes Home Office visual communication to conceptualize, create and apply an innovative, resourceful, compelling and well executed visual
  • environment
  • Engages the community through display workshops, events, gatherings and social media

  • Builds and maintains productive partnerships
  • Collaborates with store team to develop understanding of display big ideas and processes
  • Communicates effectively at all levels
  • Attends prototypes, store openings, meetings and display workshops where applicable

  • Has a strong understanding of trend and style that is reflective of the brand
  • Applies seasonal direction and inspiration provided by the Home Office to meet the unique needs of the store
  • Ensures craft of all displays are high quality and well executed using the proper level of construction and aesthetically appropriate material choices
  • Executes and maintains all display including windows and interior
  • Creates and maintains a visual library of inspiration

  • Effectively plans weekly, monthly and seasonal display objectives
  • Works within visual budget to maximize materials and productivity to execute display projects
  • Maintains productivity. Meets all brand, district and regional timelines
  • Submits high quality images, following approved brand standards, of completed interior and window execution
  • Maintains an organized and clean art room.
  • Ensures all tools are properly cleaned and cared for according to company standards.
  • Adheres to all company safety guidelines

    As an Anthropologie employee, your health and well-being are among our highest priorities. We offer a comprehensive benefits package for full time employees that includes medical, vision and dental coverage. All employees receive a fabulous merchandise discount, an employer-matched 401(k) plan, qualified transportation credit, a generous employee referral program and much more.

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