Premium at Walmart.

As a Retail Specialist, your merchandising efforts will connect shoppers with the products they love at Walmart. You’ll ensure Premium’s client brands are fully stocked and stand out at the Best Store in Town.

Find answers to the most frequently asked questions below.

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What does it mean to be a Walmart PSP?

Walmart strives to deliver fantastic service for its customers in clean and organized stores which means only Preferred Service Providers (PSPs) are allowed to work inside their stores. The PSP team is dedicated to projects inside Walmart and does not make visits to any other retailer. Premium has been a PSP since the inception of the program in 2017.

Read more here.

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What does it mean to be a Retail Specialist?

Retail Specialists make Premium’s client products stand out in Walmart through retail merchandising services. As a Retail Specialist, you are assigned to multiple locations, making repeat visits to the same stores every week.

 

 

To help you succeed, Premium provides specific certifications and comprehensive training to work inside Walmart stores – both online and in person. Premium Zone Leaders, Territory Managers and other PSP Retail Specialists across the country offer support at every turn through many communication avenues including closed social media groups.

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What are the hours?

Project work occurs Monday – Friday between 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., but you have the flexibility to create your schedule within that time frame. Occasionally, hours may need to be adjusted, but we communicate any changes in advance.

4

Is there a dress code?

While inside the store, Retail Specialists wear a Premium polo shirt, name badge, black or khaki pants and closed-toed shoes.

 

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What are the job responsibilities?

Retail Specialists build lasting relationships with store managers and associates, and are the face of Premium in Walmart. We improve Walmart sales and shopping experiences through creativity and problem-solving in partnership with stores.

Some of the core job responsibilities of Retail Specialists include:

  • Stocking and packing out products to ensure availability of client brands.
  • Building custom (and some pretty cool, we might add) displays.
  • Partnering with store management and associates to get the job done.
  • Collaborating with your manager and other Retail Specialists to identify areas of opportunity.
  • Demonstrating your in-store success through detailed reporting.
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Hear from the team.

“My manager is awesome and being able to make my own schedule has been a blessing!” – Cheryl, Walmart PSP Merchandiser

“I truly love this job above all others I have had throughout my career. From management, to training, to my direct supervision, everyone is great!” – Sonya, Walmart PSP Territory Manager

 

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Every day, our people earn the name Premium.