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AppleOneApopka, FL
$20 an hour Full-time
  • Demand Planner (Replenishment Analyst): Job Description The Demand Planner is responsible for both the planning and execution of inventory for a select group of products and locations.
  • They will analyze customer sales data to deliver desired in-stock levels while meeting overall financial objectives.
  • The Demand Planner will work cross functionally with our internal sales team and data specialists, as well communicate directly with external customers the weekly buy plan and troubleshoot related issues.
  • Responsibilities: Be the subject matter expert in planning/replenishment systems to drive inventory to right location in the right quantity to support sales while ensuring target in-stock levels are achieved Analyze business performance via customer POS sources to develop insights that translates into actionable recommendations to drive sales and inventory productivity Utilize available data to stay ahead of trends, gauge product demand, report findings and validate customer forecast data.
  • Provide feedback and dialogue to align forecasts when discrepancies are found Collaborate with production, logistics and supply chain teams to ensure the availability of the product and meet the changing demand and needs of their customers Produce insightful, actionable and presentable Ad-Hoc reports accurately and for timely distribution to both internal and external customers.
  • Respond quickly to ad-hoc requests with short notice and deadlines.
  • Requirements and Qualifications: Strong analytical skills with the ability to identify patterns and apply logic to existing models Strong number sense and retail math skills Advanced Excel skills (logical statements, pivot tables, lookups, etc.)
  • Understanding of relational databases (SQL, Access, Power Query, etc.)
  • Ability to create scalable/repeatable processes to match templates and create efficiencies and new processes wherever possible Capability to multitask in a fast-paced environment Self-driven and highly motivated Excellent verbal and written communication skills AppleOne is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.
  • Pursuant to applicable state and municipal Fair Chance Laws and Ordinances, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

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