Anthropologie: International Merchandise Planner - Anthropologie (Williamsport)
: $50,560.00 - $78,130.00 /year *
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Founded in 1992, Anthropologie (www.anthropologie.com) operates more than 175 retail stores in North America and Europe, and ships to over 100 countries worldwide via our ecommerce channels. We cater to fashionable, educated, and creative women between the ages of 28 to 45, who desire an inspirational shopping experience. To that end, we are committed to exceeding her expectations in unexpected, delightful ways. Our unique product assortment includes women's apparel and accessories, home furnishings and dcor, gifts, beauty, and found objects. Our mission is to provide our customer with an unimagined experience.
International Merchandise Planner
To maximize sales by developing sound merchandise plans that support Company goals for sales, turn and margin.
Ensure the financial success of one or more departments by meeting or exceeding sales, gross margin, and inventory turn goals
Formulate guidelines for style and customer choices (style OTB) based on business analysis
Provide the buyer with purchase quantification of styles in order to maximize sales and inventory levels
Monitor and evaluate sales of current styles on a weekly basis, partnering with the buyer and the Divisional Planner to effectively manage receipts and inventory
Identify inventory levels needed to support the rate of sale and the markdown strategy for a merchandise area based on sell-through percent, WOS, and planned product life span
Develop style-level plans based on current forecast, historic trend and test information for key items
Analyze and revise the financial strategy for current trend or actual performance on a monthly basis to maximize sales and profitability.
Develop markdown strategy for a merchandise area based on sell-through percent and planned product life span. This includes both redlines and promotional strategies in stores
Conduct color-level planning based on the inventory need to support rate of sale, store presentation, targeted sell-through percent, and the current risk parameters and historical trends (long range goal)
Develop entrance and exit strategies for styles
Work in synergy with Buyer and Allocation Analyst toward common goals for the merchandise area. Look to Divisional Planner for guidance on all areas of responsibility. Divisional Planner and DMM are considered to be the leadership team for each division.
Five or more years of experience in a Planning or Allocation Analysis role. Some experience in buying or store management is a plus.
Expert command of retail math concepts and applications
Strong statistical analysis skills
Strong communication skills
Excellent organizational, prioritizing and problem-solving skills
Ability to work well within a team environment
Technical skill proficiency with Microsoft Word and Excel
Bachelor's in Finance or Business related degree preferred
Some travel required.
The above information has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.
Associated topics: inventory, merchandise, merchandiser, merchandising, procurement, retail merchandiser, stocking, supply chain, warehouse, warehouse associate
* The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.