Apparel Buyer, ECommerce (Sports Management/Finance/Admin)

Company Name:
Sports Equipment
Position Type:
As part of Timberland's Direct to Consumer team, this role is responsible for building Men's and Women's apparel assortments for North American Timberland Ecommerce.
Years of Related Professional Experience: 5+.
Bachelor's Degree in Business, Marketing, Textile, or Fashion Merchandising (or equivalent). 5 to 7 years in increased buying/merchandising. Prefer Specialty Store background in appropriate categories.
Basic computer skills, MS Word, Excel and Outlook.
Key Responsibilities
Deliver successful business performance as it pertains to budgeted revenue, margin and inventory targets - manage OTB and key item plans accordingly.
Collaborate with design team to ensure successful execution of plans delivering assortments that are both brand and consumer relevant.
Build brand right assortments from across all channels of development for profitability and brand positioning.
Analyze business and react in a timely manner to optimize sales - own Best Seller Reports.
Regularly review and shop the competitive and industry landscape for benchmarking, customer buying.
Regularly review and shop the competitive and industry landscape for benchmarking, customer buying preferences and innovative product ideas.
Collaborate and clearly communicate assortment focus to Planning, Marketing, Allocation, and Web teams. Merchandise and Ecommerce teams ensuring appropriate alignment for product presentation and distribution
Partner with ecom team to develop reporting outside of sell-thru information to drive future business decisions.

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