Boot Barn is looking for a Store Support Merchandise Coordinator to join our Merchandise Planning team. The ideal candidate would have at least 1-2 years of experience and be able to enter orders in a timely fashion, working with the buyers, assistant buyers, and vendors to clearly place the orders. Assist the stores with their receiving issues and trouble shoot problems clearly and efficiently with the accounting department.ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Utilize Connected Retailer to enter purchase orders, add/modify style for accuracy and efficiency
Collaborate with buyers in unit allocation and PO receiving dates to achieve maximum efficiency and accuracy
Maintain data entry requirements by following data program techniques and procedures; follow company standards for service including measurable goals such as Purchase Order Log, Special Order Log and Problem PO Log.
Assist the stores with receiving issues, training them as needed on standards and procedures.
Facilitate inquiries in regards to pricing, product information, shipments, and orders.
Communicate with vendors regularly on PO flow and issues.
Assist the accounting department in troubleshooting invoicing errors.
Ensure delivery of excellent customer service through timely and accurate processing of orders, communication and coordination with other departments to resolve inquiries
Any other duties as assigned by Supervisor or as the business needs
Problem Solving: Able to use rigorous logic and methods to solve problems with effective solutions
Influencing: Can present ideas and directions that lead others to action
Systems and Tools Acumen: Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, and have aptitude to learn technical applications quickly
Possess strong organizational and time management skills
Demonstrate strong listening, written and oral communication skills
Work varied hours/days as business dictates
Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience preferred
1-2 year's work experience, preferred
Must be extremely well organized and be a strong problem solver
Self-motivated with good initiative
Experience meeting multiple deadlines
In general, the following physical demands are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to allow differently-abled individuals to perform the essential functions of the job.
Standing, walking and squatting less than fifty percent of the work shift
Required to lift, move and carry up to 20 pounds
Ability to read, count and write to accurately complete all documentation and reports
Must be able to see, hear and speak in order to communicate with employees and other customers
Specific vision abilities include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus
Manual dexterity required using hands to finger; handle, feel and type; reach with hands and arms
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Sedentary: Limited activity, no lifting, limited walking
Moderate: Mostly standing, walking, bending, frequent lifting
Light: Office work, some lifting, bending, stooping or kneeling, walking
Arduous: Heavy lifting, bending, crawling, climbing
WORK ENVIRONMENT: In general, the following conditions of the work environment are representative of those that an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to allow differently-abled individuals to perform the essential functions of the job within the environment.
The work space is clean, orderly, properly lighted and ventilated with the proper safety compliance
Noise levels are considered low