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Full-TimeOntario, 7095-TORONTO HEAD OFFICE (STORE SUPPORT CENTRE)
Position Purpose: The Replenishment Analyst has responsibility for the tactical execution of the business replenishment strategy, providing a high level of service to its Merchandising, Store Operations and Distribution Centre customers. The Analysts will be responsible for achieving, service level, in-stock, and inventory turns metrics. The Analyst will collaborate with all functional departments; building strong partnerships with their customers. The position will assist in ensuring Inventory levels are on target for Stores and DC’s with end result of being in-stock for Customers that shop our stores. Position Responsibilities: Provide key reporting on inventory management to Merchandising, Logistics and Senior Management. Use replenishment tools to support Key Performance Indicators on a daily, weekly, monthly quarterly and annual basis, including store/DC. Release and monitor systemically generated purchase orders using the SAP sales forecast as a primary input for the Stores and Distribution Centres and determine manual purchase quantities when required/approved. Manage the Store and DC inventory exceptions (stock-out and excess). Manage inventory at the Stores and DC’s to achieve the turn and fill rate objectives including service level/in-stock targets for stores and DC. Collaborate on initial buy quantities and product flow discussions and provide replenishment expertise to cross functional teams. Provide options for cross-functional teams when issues of too much or too little inventory arise Communicate product status and updates to stores and DC in a timely manner. Liaise and support cross-functional teams, Vendors, Merchants, stores and Logistics to ensure the company meets performance targets. Work closely with Merchants and Senior Management to achieve company objectives. Identify process improvement opportunities and recommend solutions. Manage store requests to the service level agreement. Ensuring consistent, timely execution of cross-functional facing processes (e.g. Ad Process) Escalate issues to forecast analyst and business analyst partners as well as you your leaders Act as primary on-site SSC contact for merchandising, stores, and vendors Knowledge/Experience Required: Must fulfill minimum time-in-position (1 year) and performance management code requirements (M+) 1-3 years of analytical experience (ideally in a retail environment) with emphasis on inventory management University or College Degree in business or engineering will be considered as a preferred qualification SAP knowledge would be an asset Intermediate or advanced proficiency in Excel and/or MS Access Good analytical skills with the ability to extrapolate pertinent information from various sources (reports and spreadsheets) and analyze data for recommendations. Excellent communication skills; collaborative with effective interpersonal skills; able to work across departments Strong customer focus with business acumen, problem solving skills and results orientated Self -directed, ability to work with limited supervision. Bilingual French/English an asset.
Full-TimeOntario, 7275-Rapid Deployment Centre (RDC)
Position Purpose Operations Planning Analysts are responsible for leading small to medium subsets of larger projects and initiatives and individual processes that bring value to The Home Depot. They must possess a high level of analytical ability to distinguish multiple components of a problem and develop conclusions using quantitative skills. Key responsibilities include but are not limited to leading peers on projects, effective communication to teams and leaders, reviewing and understanding capacity/supply chain operational data, and identifying trends in the retail and supply chain industry. A successful Operations Planning Analyst will possess and demonstrate strong leadership skills, analytical ability and communication. Position Responsibilities: Support optimization of daily inbound and outbound transportation plans in a Transportation Management System and daily/weekly inbound appointment schedules into the distribution centres Partner with Transportation and Distribution to determine key opportunities for continuous improvement within the planning cycle and output to drive both short term and long term improvement Partner with the Inventory Planning and Replenishment team to determine and execute capacity mitigation opportunities to improve overall productivity Evaluate existing reporting and analytic tools, document deficiencies and new requirements Validate that reporting and data analysis tools meet documented business requirements Provide subject matter expertise in the areas of reporting, data analysis and data models Perform data management through a combination of data mining, data modeling, data analysis, problem analysis; while executing day to day processes related to area of responsibility. Present and communicate reporting related information and learning content Facilitate communication with business stakeholders regarding status and reporting related initiatives Support the business through ad-hoc queries, and maintains reports from a variety of resources as specific to department or organizational needs Experience & Knowledge Required: Must fill minimum time-in-position and performance management code requirement of M+ Bachelor degree or equivalent degree in a field of study (e.g. Industrial Engineering) related to the positions would be considered an asset 2-5 years’ experience Experience with Six Sigma or other Process Improvement Methodology Proficient in: Microsoft Office Suite including Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, Visual Basic, SQL, Word and Visio. Knowledge of SAP, Manhattan WMS and Manhattan TMS would be a definite asset Clarifies and resolves complex business issues by breaking them down into meaningful components to determine root cause and redesigning internal and external business processes. Writes, speaks, and presents clearly and succinctly across a variety of communication settings and adjusts communication style to the audience by translating and articulating technical concepts to non-technical groups. Demonstrates originality and imagination in thinking while developing a solution to a problem. Utilizes fundamental concepts of finance to manage budgets, forecast costs, and provide information to account for the financial impact of decision-making. Adapts to and embraces change with composure, resilience, and perseverance in the face of constraints, high pressure, and adverse situations.
ContractOntario, 7095-TORONTO HEAD OFFICE (STORE SUPPORT CENTRE)
Position Purpose: The Analyst will support key planning processes geared to improve labour management within the Canadian division. Such processes include forecasting, scheduling, labour engineering, and expense management. Accordingly, the successful candidate will be required to collect and synthesize causal factors from vast amounts of information and be required to develop and present several recommendations for implementation with little to no guidance. The successful candidate will also be required to support and maintain the implementation of new processes and/or systemic enhancements through the application of basic project management frameworks. This will require the development of strong relationships with stakeholders and their teams across the organization. Position Responsibilities: Execution of key forecast management activities to maintain baseline accuracy across all store-departments. Develop and maintain sales forecasts using advanced statistical techniques based on planned events, promotions, marketing campaigns, merchandising strategies, etc. Attend weekly merchandising meetings to collect information on planned demand influencing activities. Attend weekly forecast review meetings with labour management team to provide decomposition of forecast as required • Action of daily/weekly forecasting and scheduling exceptions • Develop sensitivity analyses across multiple labour dimensions associated with changes to policies, constraints, labour models, etc. Preparation of weekly and of ad hoc labour management performance reporting coupled with analysis/commentary on opportunities, risks and emerging trends for the purposes of operational decision making surrounding forecasting and scheduling . Support business project leads in the development, design, and implementation of new processes and/or technical enhancements. Maintain education and training content as required. Maintain user facing tools/applications with timely information required for planning and execution at store level. Engage business partners to ensure the timely execution of key process related activities. Experience/Knowledge Required: Internal Candidates: Must fulfill minimum time-in-position (1 year) and performance management code requirements (M+, Meets Expectations and Consistently Demonstrates). Background in either of Industrial Engineering, Statistics , Finance or Computer Science – Advanced degree preferred. Provide insights to senior leaders around forecast risks and opportunities to ensure stores are adequately staffed. Demonstrated experience employing various statistical modelling and data analysis techniques, such as linear regression, decision trees, clustering and time series forecasting. Proficient programming skills in SAS, SQL and VBA. Experience with Tableau reporting – building dashboards, visualizations, etc. Experience in operational forecasting, resource planning, and financial analysis are strong assets. Critical thinking skills; ability to breakdown business problems and make recommendations. Ability to work with ambiguity and with varying team members. Excellent listening, verbal and written communication skills.
ContractOntario, 7095-TORONTO HEAD OFFICE (STORE SUPPORT CENTRE)
Senior Analysts are responsible for leading small to medium subsets of larger projects and initiatives and individual processes that bring value to The Home Depot. They must possess a high level of analytical ability to distinguish multiple components of a problem and develop conclusions using quantitative skills. Key responsibilities include but are not limited to leading teams on projects, effective communication to teams and other leaders, reviewing and understanding sales/financial data, identifying trends in business and the retail industry. A successful Senior Analyst will possess and demonstrate strong project management and leadership skills, analytical ability, and communication. POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES: Liaise with business partners in divisional and corporate offices to ensure an effective communication process. Identify process improvement opportunities and recommend solutions. Create and deliver presentations to team, executive leaders and sponsors. Collaborate and coordinate the cross functional teams to create playbooks, enhance existing processes and implement new projects to the field. Build skills and knowledge including self-development, team knowledge and customer (internal) knowledge. Lead and manage projects with internal and external teams. Ensure accuracy and integrity of the reporting systems. Analyze information and develop reports to drive & improve the business. Provide analysis that adds value to the business and allows for the making of strategically sound decisions. Create new and supplemental reporting methods to aid management in proactive problem solving. CANDIDATE QUALIFICATIONS: Internal Candidates: Must fulfill minimum time-in-position (1 year) and performance management code requirements (M+, Meets Expectations and Consistently Demonstrates) 3 to 5 years of project management experience in a retail environment or similar industries Must have a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance or Business, or equivalent combination of education and experience. Excellent 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 and attentive to details. 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 Strong operations, retail and/or field knowledge Strong project management skills