Merchandise Planner and Allocator (m/f/d) Kids Division

Date: 29-Jul-2022

Location: Vilvoorde, BE, 1800 Remote-BE, BE

Company: C & A

We build on traditions as long as they don't stop us from growing. Therefore, we continuously reflect our actions and strive for improvement. This is the only way we can live up to our own standards to reinvent the fashion business in a sustainable way. In our Headoffices in Düsseldorf and Brussels we develop new trends whilst focusing on sustainability along the value chain of our products. 

 

Your responsibilities at C&A

  • Oversight and early flagging of issues for commercial parameters (OTB/CTB, OMU, OSP)
  • Analyse and work out different options for different sizes of stores in order to contribute to the right module size and merchandise per store (ModBuild) 
  • Be in close contact via the defined E2E interfaces with the countries (RMP) to reliably forecast the business via re-targeting in the OTB 
  • Conduct size level analysis to support launch of new programs and monitor early results in order to quickly respond to sell-throughs 
  • Alter size forecasts for promotional events, e.g. back-to-school, mother's day, holiday periods
  • Provide PMs with quantities they have to buy for the different articles per country and by which date in order to contribute to a timely delivery of the correct merchandise to the countries Execution of planning and allocation management 
  • Manage tracking of timely delivery of merchandise to the stores and check whether stocks are as planned in order to be able to call-off or stop the delivery of merchandise from the warehouse to the store 
  • Manage open to buy (OTB), parameters and selling prices for optimum team performance o Monitor inventory management
  • Staff direct report positions in alignment with Unit Leader Merchandise Planning & Allocation and set personal objectives, targets, guidelines and assess all direct reports

 

At C&A you can look forward to 

  • An exciting job in an international and inspirational working environment  
  • In-depth induction into your new role  
  • A positive working atmosphere with an open feedback culture  
  • Flexible working hours and the option to work from home an 
  • Hospitalization insurance and Pension Scheme 
  • In addition, you will enjoy attractive discounts including on a public transport travel pass and a meal voucher per working day 
     

What we expect from you

  • Relevant university degree (Bachelor/Master or equivalent qualification) and over 3-5 years progressive experience in financial planning preferably in retail
  • Strong numerical, analytical, problem-solving and critical thinking skills
  • Good self-organization and work structuring skills
  • Positive forward-looking mindset and Team spirit
  • Fluent in English, preferably fluent in one more language