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Manager, Assortment Planning (18 Month Contract)

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Ontario, 7095-TORONTO HEAD OFFICE (STORE SUPPORT CENTRE)
Position Purpose The Manager Assortment Planning will lead a team of Sr. Assortment Planners and Assortment Planners who provide subject matter expertise, project management, and analytical support to assortment decisions made by the Merchandising organization. This position is responsible for executing Product Line Reviews & Refreshes for designated merchandising departments, and should be seen by merchants as a thought leader on category and assortment strategy. The Manager will work closely with Merchandising Directors to develop and execute a calendar of category reviews, and should be an advocate for implementing assortment planning best practices across the portfolio of categories. Additionally, the Manager Assortment Planning is responsible for proactively identifying opportunities for Assortment Planning capability development (tools, analytics, process). Responsibilities: Lead team in structuring and executing Business Reviews and Product Line Reviews. Work with the Merchants and Merchandising Directors in selecting the most impactful Product Line Reviews to address category objectives. Coach Analysts on designing analysis that positively influences category strategy Develop and maintain assortment planning best practices for business reviews, clustering, localization, forecasting and project management Oversee development of executive-level presentations that assess market conditions, historical category performance, strategic rationale underpinning assortment changes, and expected financial outcomes. Accountable for team's accuracy, thought process, timeliness, advocacy of category management best practices, and viability of recommendations. Accountable for PLR metrics including sales, units, GM and forecast accuracy Identify, develop, and refine processes to enhance category management within Merchandising, including leadership roles in strategic, cross-functional projects. Liaise with the Assortment Planning Team from the US on best practices as well as to ensure consistency of practice. Accountable for the management of the team for all personnel issues - including coaching, development, selection, termination, performance appraisal. Position reports to the Director of Assortment Planning and Space Management Experience / Knowledge Required: Internal Candidates: Must fulfill minimum time-in-position (1 year) and performance management code requirements (M+, Meets expectation, Consistently demonstrates). Undergraduate degree required, preferably in business or finance Strong experience in category management and/or assortment planning including financial analysis Excellent analytical skills including the ability to build analytical financial models. Strong ability to influence without authority, and demonstrated success at partnering with cross-functional teams across a complex organization Strong presentation and communication skills including written and verbal Demonstrated ability to structure nebulous projects, and to work constructively under tight deadlines Experience managing multiple direct reports Demonstrated proficiency at managing and prioritizing across multiple projects Strong project management skills 7-8 years of relevant experience
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Analytics & Reporting Manager, Asset Protection (9 Month Contract)

Contract
Ontario, 7350-Annexe (Ellesmere SSC)
Position Description: The Analytics & Reporting Manager, Asset Protection is responsible for managing people, tools and processes to provide actionable insights to drive the reduction of The Home Depot’s losses in the areas of shrink, safety and environmental stewardship. This leader is also responsible for overseeing departmental reports, including creation, validation, production, and customer support. This role has responsibility for creating analytics, translating business questions to actionable insights, supporting ongoing analytical needs, designing new analytical platforms and partnering with cross-functional teams to deliver high quality analytics solutions for the Home Depot. This role is expected to leverage effective communication skills to translate complex analyses into understandable insights, with a passion to learn and develop. As a team leader, the Analytics & Reporting Manager, Asset Protection supports the Asset Protection Analysts through their projects and development. The Manager leads the team through investigations, research and analytics projects to support the Asset Protection department and various business stakeholders. The Manager is expected to review and understand various internal and external processes and metrics that impact shrink, safety and environmental stewardship. Responsibilities: Manage, conduct and oversee analytics projects in the areas of shrink, loss prevention, profit erosion, safety, and regulatory compliance. Identify trends, risks and opportunities. Data management and maintenance of databases, including (but not limited to) data cleansing, validation, testing, updating, querying, and archiving. Collaborate with cross-functional leaders (Store Support Centre, Field, and Stores) to understand the impact of various operational processes, drive improvements, investigate issues, provide data-driven insights, and recommend solutions. Provide verbal and written communication of findings and actionable recommendations to various levels of management. Develop and review reporting strategies, tools, and documentation to provide meaningful insights to multiple stakeholder groups across the organization. Accountable for the hiring, training, performance management, professional development and other personnel issues of Asset Protection Analysts. Oversee the execution of environmental stewardship activities, including (but not limited to) audits, article classification, reporting, payments, and vendor/program relations. Oversee the execution of safety/compliance reporting and analytics in support of the stores, the Environmental, Health & Safety Managers, and the Market Asset Protection Managers. Oversee the execution of shrink and theft/fraud reporting and analytics in support of AP Operations, AP Merchandising, AP Supply Chain, AP Field Operations, and other cross-functional partners. Manage third-party services’ relations, training and task prioritization. Develop financial plans for the shrink and stewardship accounts. Produce shrink forecasts. Provide P&L updates (shrink/safety/stewardship accounts). Position Requirements: I nternal Candidates: Must fulfill minimum time-in-position (1 year) and performance management code requirements of M+ 2+ years of experience in the retail sector, data analytics, business intelligence, statistics or finance. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent degree in Business, Data Science, Finance, Accounting, or Information Technology. Strong written and verbal communication skills with the ability to work effectively with people at all levels, and comfort around senior leadership. Strong data understanding: concepts, how data works, reporting visualization, reporting delivery Strong analytical skills and ability to extrapolate pertinent information from various sources, including large datasets. Flexible in attitude and approach to business solutions and ambiguous situations. Ability to provide high quality work under pressure. Demonstrated leadership attributes – Ability to lead a sizable team with many work priorities and projects; ability to influence those in other areas without authority. Proven proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Access and PowerPoint. Knowledge of and proven experience with SAP, databases, and SQL. Knowledge in eco-fee management and auditing a plus. Use of, familiarity with, and development in reporting visualization software (e.g., Tableau, MicroStrategy) a plus. Customer service oriented. Strong project management and organizational skills with attention to detail Understanding of Home Depot’s current business processes (in store, Store Support, Supply Chain, Inventory, Merchandising, etc.) a plus. Additional Certifications (Six Sigma, PMP) a plus. Requires highly developed interpersonal skills for dealing with sensitive information.
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Corporate Opportunities

Transportation Analyst - East region

Full-Time
Ontario, 7275-Rapid Deployment Centre (RDC)
Position Purpose: The purpose of this position is provide the tools, analysis and reports necessary to assist the Manager Consolidation and Logistics with a low cost transportation network. The Transportation Analyst will contribute by forecasting transport volumes, finding opportunities to increase load productivity and overseeing the creation of a carrier scorecard process. Position Responsibilities: Utilize quantitative skills to analyze, validate, manipulate and manage large amounts of data specific for the purposes of problem solving and trend analysis reporting. Establish a quality repository of historic lane volume, cost and load productivity data. Assist Manager Consolidation and Logistics with freight analysis templates and data to review channel selection and planning of capacity for new locations, retail events/ads and regular business. Improve logistics processes through strategic thinking, process improvement, prioritization and planning. Develop and maintain relevant reports and applications such as carrier scorecards and Freight Cost of Goods reports. Perform data management through a combination of data mining, data modeling, data analysis, cost/benefit analysis while executing day to day processes related to area of responsibility. Assist in the development of business cases, ad-hoc queries and reporting from a variety of resources specific to the department’s needs. Liaise with carriers, vendors and stores for ongoing operational issues, and where possible recommend/develop solutions that align with corporate objectives. Support weekly reporting of financial and operational metrics. Support development and variance analyses for transportation budgeting. Manage order payments via PO receive and requisition. Assist in overseeing and training newly hired intern staff within the transportation department. Experience / Knowledge Required: Internal Candidates: Must fulfill minimum time-in-position (1 year) and performance management code requirements (M+, Meets Expectations and Consistently Demonstrates). Ability to effectively communicate with others from varied backgrounds and skill levels. Effective verbal and written communication skills, effective presentation skills. Ability to work within a team environment. Detail and task oriented, self-motivated and able to work with minimal supervision. Strong time management skills. Education Required: Degree in Engineering or logistics related field preferred. Highly proficient with computer software such as Excel, Access Proficient in Microsoft Office. Experience with SAP, Manhattan TMS, and WMS an asset.
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Corporate Opportunities

Business Analyst - Support and Help Desk

Full-Time
Ontario, 7095-TORONTO HEAD OFFICE (STORE SUPPORT CENTRE)
Position Purpose: The Business Analyst for the Solutions Support team is responsible for supporting the day-to-day activities of the inventory management team as well as driving projects, initiatives and processes that bring value to The Home Depot. They must possess strong analytical skills in order to distinguish multiple components of a problem and develop conclusions using quantitative skills. Key responsibilities include but are not limited to: project management, effective communication to teams and other leaders, reviewing and understanding sales/financial data, support of SAP auto/manual ordering and forecasting systems, and creating/maintaining both standard and ad-hoc reporting solutions. A successful analyst will possess and demonstrate strong team skills, analytical ability, and communication. Position Responsibilities: Monitor and support day-to-day issues encountered by the inventory line roles Provide SAP user guidance and expertise to the IPR team Lead training as well as construction of documentation Develop and lead strategic projects supporting strategic corporate initiatives Analyze information and develop solutions to support the business Create support ad-hoc reporting to aid business in achieving deliverables Ensure accuracy and integrity of the related systems Identify process improvement opportunities and recommend solutions Provide key reporting and tactical support to IPR, Merchandising, Logistics and Senior Management and track Key Performance Indicators on a weekly, monthly quarterly and annual basis, including store/DC Knowledge/Experience Required: Must fulfill minimum time-in-position (1 year) and performance management code requirements (M+, Meets Expectations and Consistently Demonstrates ) 2 to 3 years of analytical experience in inventory management, forecasting, demand planning or auto-replenishment within a retail environment SAP (retail or manufacturing) is an asset, but not required Must have a post-secondary degree in a relevant field Experience in project management an asset Strong computer skills with proficiency in Microsoft Excel and Access and Power Point. Bilingual (English/French) an asset. Self-starter, efficient, organized and able to produce high quality work under pressure and in a timely fashion. Strong analytical skills with the ability to extrapolate pertinent information from various sources (reports and spreadsheets) and analyze data for recommendations. Experience with financial analysis and quantitative skills, including ability to produce and review sales analysis (turns, sales, gross margin, etc.) and other analytical techniques to assist in making key forecast and replenishment decisions. Excellent communication skills with the ability to work effectively with people at all levels. Strong work ethic and sense of responsibility and confidentiality. Flexible in attitude and approach to business solutions. Demonstrate expertise in business analysis
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Financial Analyst

Full-Time
Ontario, 7095-TORONTO HEAD OFFICE (STORE SUPPORT CENTRE)
Do you have a learning mindset? Do you thrive in a dynamic environment that doesn’t settle for the status quo? Would working in a highly collaborative and relationship driven company that values respect for everyone excite you? Look no further than Home Depot Canada. We are the trusted finance partners working collaboratively to identify problems, find efficacies and drive results. As a Financial Analyst, you are the key person influencing decision for key business leaders through financial data and insights, and serve as the main point of contact to provide findings and recommendations to our senior leadership team and CFO. At the Home Depot the Financial Analyst is responsible for: Acting as the key business partner working directly with management and other internal stakeholders to provide financial recommendations and develop reports to drive the business Serving as an integral member in the monthly financial forecasting process Working closely with other finance groups to conduct financial studies and build forecast outlooks Applying your creative problem solving skills to build new and supplemental reporting methods Preparing and present complex financial analysis in a meaningful, concise and user friendly manner for senior management Applying your business acumen to provide value-added financial analysis and advisory support to the business to develop and execute strategic plans Providing thought leadership and recommendations for identifying and implementing process improvements Leading special projects / ad-hoc assignments as required Sharing and implement best practices among team and the wider finance group What you will need to be successful in this role: For internals, must fulfill minimum time-in-position (1 year) and performance management code requirements (M+) Learning mindset 1-3 years of Financial Analyst/Financial business partner experience A Bachelors’ or a Masters’ degree in Finance or Business. Excellent oral and written communication A Demonstrated expertise in business analysis and financial modeling Ability to work in a dynamic, complex, fast-paced environment, to adapt quickly and to manage changing priorities and deadlines Self-motivated and pro-active, with respect to both managing workload and professional development A Flexible attitude and approach to business solutions Build strong relationships Data querying and visualization skills considered as a plus
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