The Store Inventory Analyst I is responsible for maintenance of retail store inventories. They will analyze and implement stocking levels that will create replenishment orders, by scheduling and insuring the proper mix of items so that each store can maximize their sales potential.
Essential Job Functions
Use integrated inventory management software to identify and maintain assigned stores inventories.
Perform statistical analysis of stockkeeping units (SKUs) based on past sales history, market area, competitive situations, vehicle registrations, etc.
Approve/reject/adjust premark change requests from assigned stores.
Complete annual or special request line reviews for assigned stores or all stores.
Manage store stocking levels by line/product line for assigned stores or all stores.
Determine required action for software filtered exception.
Work with store, district, and regional managers to make correct stocking decisions.
Advise store team members on procedural processes.
Skills and Qualifications
High School diploma or equivalent.
Driven by customer service.
Excellent interpersonal, communication, and analytical skills.
Knowledge of spreadsheets, word processing, and Windows based email management.
Good organizational attributes.
Ability to handle multiple projects.
Must convey a professional image.
Two or more years of automotive aftermarket sales experience desired.
Proficient use of Microsoft Excel desired.
One or more years of experience in inventory management at retail store level desired.
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