Overview (Text Only)
Sally Beauty Holdings (NYSE: SBH) is the world's largest wholesale and retail distributor of beauty supplies. Our world headquarters is conveniently located in Denton Texas, just 5 minutes north of Lake Lewisville off of I35E.
We are looking for a Planning and Allocation Analyst to join our growing team. This individual is responsible for all areas related to competitive, promotional and clearance pricing, key contributor to understanding the profitability of the company driving by pricing structure.
Responsibilities (Text Only)
- Determines best distribution strategy of product across channels that aligns to the targets of sales, margin and inventory.
- Works collaboratively with category management to identify trends and levers that can positively impact customer experience and optimize inventory investment.
- Manage and analyze inventory ordering allocation to the SRCs and stores to ensure optimum inventory levels for achieving sales targets. Analyze the effectiveness of individual allocations to drive improvement in the supply chain.
- Full management of product flow from vendor to channel/store and now to maximize this flow through the supply chain.
Qualifications (Text Only)
- College degree (BA or BS)
- 3+ years experience in product ordering, strong familiarity with allocation and replenishment
- Retail or consumer goods industry experience preferred
- Excellent analytical skills and ability to plan, forecast, and exercise sound judgment
- Strong communication skills
- Strong management skills
- Exceptional math ability
We offer a competitive salary, outstanding benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision. Life insurance, paid vacation and sick days, paid holidays, merchandise discounts, tuition reimbursement, and 401(k) with company match.
Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, or disability.
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