Store Allocator

Company Name:
Calypso St. Barth
Since launching its first store in 1992 in St. Barth, Calypso St. Barth has grown from a modest French resort-wear line into a global luxury lifestyle brand with a passionate following. Ethereal, Vibrant, Luxurious, and Universal; this is all that is quintessentially Calypso St. Barth and inspires our "Joie de vivre"! Calypso St. Barth is seeking a Store Allocator to develop and implement allocation plans that support the financial merchandising, marketing and visual company objectives. This is a high growth area. This position can lead to a career path into Planning, Merchandising, and/or Allocations. Allocate product based upon store plans and profiles for individual store, division and class plans. Monitor store category sales, inventory sell - through, and stock to sales by style, color and size. Work closely with Merchant and Planner teams to execute assortments for individual stores. Recap and communicate location, divisional, and style selling performance. Analyze and react to store performance weekly and monthly to affect top line business decisions and future allocations. Analyze size selling to effect allocations and future purchases by category. Develop knowledge of store, district, and regional performance through data analysis. Partner with cross functional team in regards to planning, OTB, allocations, transfers and consolidations, and promotional events and strategies. Proactively recommend transfer and inventory balancing between stores to drive financial results. Identify and execute full price and markdown transfer opportunities to maximize store performance. A minimum of 2 years related work experience Computer skills - proficient in Microsoft Excel and Word Knowledge and use of Retail Math and concepts Excellent written and verbal communications and interpersonal skills a must Ability to prioritize competing tasks and adapt to change Detail oriented and highly organized team player Experience working within a retail organization preferred 4-year college degree preferred

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