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Full-TimeOntario, 7095-TORONTO HEAD OFFICE (STORE SUPPORT CENTRE)
Position Purpose: The Business Analyst – Flow Enablement is responsible for working with cross-functional business improvement teams to resolve specific business issues, work with functional leaders and employees to develop and implement key initiates. The BA will work on initiatives to enhance and smooth the end-to-end product flow. This includes executing advanced analysis, detailed process reengineering and developing workflows to drive delivery of key initiatives. The role involves working on processes to achieve efficiency from manufacturer through to store shelf. Specific responsibilities involve the areas of data analytics, key performance indicators, process mapping, standard operating procedures and change management in a cross-functional setting. The BA will report directly to the Supply Chain Manager and will be responsible to ensure project deliverables are achieved. Position Responsibilities: Analyze, document and validate processes and data Model scenarios and recommend direction for process improvement Liaise with functional teams, Store, Vendors, Merchants to ensure an efficient & successful flow that meets company performance targets Conduct "As-is” Analysis, Future State, and the deployment/transition to future state Carry out advanced data collection, data analysis, process mapping and process modeling to deliver feasible solutions Work with teams to develop business requirements documentation Identify, analyze existing data and design processes to enhance product flow within the Network. Work with the cross functional teams on optimization projects that seek to improve efficiency across the supply chain, extending from manufacturer to shelf Ensure processes and systems support the sustainable accuracy of supply chain related data (e.g. dispositions, Lead times, case packs etc.) Experience/Knowledge Required: Must meet minimum time in position requirements (1 year) and Performance Management code of (M+) 5-7 years of analytical experience (ideally in a retail environment) with emphasis on process improvement , product flow, change management and data analysis University or College Degree in business or engineering will be considered as a preferred qualification Ability to communicate technical or complex business ideas in a straight forward manner Proven diagnostic, analytical and problem solving skills Strong 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 Must be passionate about process reengineering, process improvement, transforming businesses to become more customer focused Working knowledge of space & assortment planning, manufacturing/distributing operations, and/or retail store operations SAP knowledge would be an asset Technical knowledge / proficiency in Microsoft Access and Tableau would be an asset
ContractOntario, 7095-TORONTO HEAD OFFICE (STORE SUPPORT CENTRE)
Do you want to work in the heart of retail at one of the fastest growing and successful retailers in the World? Right now is an exceptionally dynamic time for Retail and The Home Depot Canada is committed to being a leader in that transformation. We know that to do this, we need to invest in our retail experience, our technology but most importantly our people. Our Associates’ talent is what has made us the #1 Home Improvement Retailer and what will keep us leading in retail. At The Home Depot, product innovation and exceptional value is why our customers keep coming back – our competitive advantage. The Assortment Planners are Merchant’s trusted advisers and partners in ensuring that we select the best product at the right price. This analytical team provides Merchants with performance insights and high quality financial reporting to advise them on which items to select in store and online. What you will do: This unique position is a fantastic way to work with Merchandising leaders and learn multiple categories in a short time. It is a foundational role for any career in retail. In this position, you will develop your analytical, leadership and strategic business skills by: Providing financial insights Crafting strategic category and assortment plans Advising Merchants on ideal product assortments Working with Vendors to source innovative products Partnering with several cross functional teams to flawlessly execute Who you are: We are looking for passionate business leaders with previous planning or analytical experience who: are driven by results and continuous improvement collaborate with their team members and have excellent communication and influencing skills think big by crafting the strategy and understand the details take the initiative to solve a challenge focus on providing fact based insights to guide key decisions are strong multi-taskers that can prioritize to meet business objectives are agile thinkers that can manage in an environment of constant change What you have done: You have an undergraduate degree preferably in Business, Commerce or Finance. A Masters of Business and Administration and Retail experience is an asset. You have previous analytical experience and enjoy providing insights from data. You are skilled in Microsoft Excel and Power Point. Why The Home Depot? Do you know what makes The Home Depot the largest home improvement retailer in the world? Our people. We do all we can to empower those within the Home Depot to tap into their potential and make a difference where it matters most – for our customers and for themselves. At The Home Depot, we have 8 core values that drive our culture; Taking care of our people, Giving back to our communities, Doing the right thing, Excellent customer service, Creating shareholder value, Building strong relationships, Entrepreneurial spirit, Respect for all people. While we are a large company, we truly believe in entrepreneurial spirit to compete with the nimbleness of a smaller start up. We empower our associates to innovate and give them the freedom to try new ideas. **Internals Must fulfill minimum time-in-position (1 year) and performance management code requirements (‘M+’)
Full-TimeOntario, 7275-Rapid Deployment Centre (RDC)
Position Purpose: The Operations Manager (OM) is responsible for providing effective front-line leadership and direction for all day-to-operations within their department(s) of responsibility. The Direct Fulfillment Centre (DFC) is a fast-paced, complex operation requiring attention to detail in the areas of daily planning, goal setting, communication, and monitoring progress. The OM will report directly to the General Manager (GM). Reporting to the OM will be a team of General Warehouse Associates (GWAs). The OM will collaborate with the GM to develop and cascade the DFC’s vision, mission, and operational strategies to ensure the achievement of all key performance objectives. The OM is responsible for building a high performance work culture that consistently drives results and delivers exceptional customer service while promoting a safe working environment. The OM will play a key role in building a culture of continuous improvement by actively engaging their teams to identify and implement improvement opportunities in the areas of people, service, and cost. Position Responsibilities: Leads and manages a team of GWAs to achieve the key performance measures and objectives for the site. Develops the daily/ weekly work plan and assigns job tasks in a fair and consistent manner. Sets daily goals, monitors progress and makes required adjustments on the fly. Provides ongoing coaching and training to associates and administers corrective action as per the company policies & standard operating procedures (SOP’s). Ensures Associates have the required tools and equipment necessary to perform their jobs successfully. Provides constant feedback to Distribution Center associates through the formal review process as well as directs daily communication. Assists GM with the Distribution Center’s financial, operational, people and service objectives to drive continuous improvement and efficiency gains to reduce overall cost-to-serve. Maintains a “great place to work” environment by creating an employee-centered work place that demonstrates care and concern for all Associates. Leads and manages functional areas and shifts as assigned Acts with Integrity: Demonstrates responsible, ethical and honest behavior while consistently leading by example; models the desired values of The Home Depot. Reacts quickly and appropriately to problems and engages in joint problem-solving across departmental boundaries; follows-up in a timely manner to ensure issues are addressed to the customer’s satisfaction Motivates self and others to accomplish important objectives; creates a sense of urgency and holds self and the team accountable for their performance. Demonstrates a comprehensive understanding of The Home Depot business and how his/her actions affect the success of the organization; uses this knowledge to make effective decisions. Enforces safety policies and procedures; is a safety role model; holds associates to a high safety standard. Knowledge/Experience Required: Must meet minimum time-in-position (1 year) and performance management code requirements (M+) Bachelor’s degree or college diploma in Operations Management, Business or Supply Chain Management preferred. Minimum 3 years management experience in a distribution operation. Experience in an electronic commerce distribution operation would be a benefit. PLog or CITT designation would be an asset. Experience with SAP ERP or SAP eWMS would be a definite asset. Previous experience with managing one or more new start-up operations an asset. Proficiency in Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel. Knowledge of PowerPoint and working knowledge of Access and Project Management an asset. Ability to work flexible shifts and hours including weekends and holidays. Available to travel occasionally