2 or more years of experience in fashion merchandising within a large retail or high-volume commercial studio environment
Bachelor’s degree in Fashion Merchandising, Visual Merchandising or Associate Degree with related experience within the fashion or visual merchandising field.
Knowledge of current fashion trends with strong sense of style
Understanding of digital photography, production studio pace and efficiency
Proficient with MAC systems and Adobe software
Strong organizational skills with the ability to prioritize multiple tasks in order to meet deadlines
Must be able to work in a production environment
Strong communication skills and excellent ability to work with a wide variety of people
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Compensation for roles at Accenture varies depending on a wide array of factors including but not limited to the specific office location, role, skill set and level of experience. As required by local law, Accenture provides a reasonable range of compensation for roles that may be hired in California, Colorado, New York City or Washington as set forth below and information on benefits offered is here.
Role Location: Range of Starting Pay for role
New York City: $54,720 to $155,600
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