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Number Of Pounds Sold Per Minute of One Dog Food Brand

  • 1.5B

    Bananas Sold Each Year

  • 142K

    Items in a Walmart Supercenter

Walmart Buying Associate.

Buying

Buyers work hand-in hand with suppliers, business analysts, and pricing teams to shape the future of entire categories. Here, you will make multi-million-dollar decisions every day.
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Walmart Planning associate.

Planning

Walmart Planning teams ensure our ability to continue to offer Everyday Low Prices while maintaining the growth and success of our company.
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Walmart Pricing associate.

Pricing

Our pricing teams are so focused on a single question: "How can we get a lower price for our customers?" How you answer that question will help millions of people live better.
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Walmart Replenishment associate.

Replenishment

We manage the supply chains of millions of products and solve for limited shelf life, global distribution, and even respond in times of natural disaster.
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Walmart Business Analytics associate.

Business Analytics

Do you love data? Walmart processes over 40 petabytes of consumer data every day. But, it’s not just about scale; it’s what we’re doing with it. We translate that data into solutions.
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Walmart Modular Development associate.

Modular Development

We are equal parts data analysts, category managers, and customer advocates. We leverage our understanding of shopping behaviors and trends to represent our shoppers' interests.
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New and exciting opportunities

  • Materials Engineer, Senior Technical Manager

    Merchandising & Online Operations BENTONVILLE, AR
    Senior Technical Manager

    This requisition is for future Senior Technical Manager positions at Walmart Home Office.

    Position Description

    Are you able to juggle technical processes, manage projects and work seamlessly within a cross-functional team?
    Let’s talk more about you! You are an expert project planner with the ability to understand product cost and construction, schedule resources, solve technical problems and bridge the gap between technical and non-technical team members. You find it easy to effectively communicate with software developers, project managers and leadership. You understand the importance of following correct procedures, developing detailed requirements and providing the right information at the right time. You can be a team player, lead a team or act as a problem solver – it’s all in a day’s work!

    Here are a few attributes that describe you:
    • Strongly focused on latest technology
    • Enjoys working with technical engineers
    • Detail-oriented
    • Able to make quick decisions
    • Problem-solver

    As a Senior Technical Manager, you’ll be leading or participating in multiple projects. A typical day in this role will include serving as a liaison between technical and management teams, managing the approval workflows for various products, managing multiple projects, adjusting project schedules, and determining daily priorities for your team. You’ll be managing performance testing for different departments and benchmarking performance for various product categories. You may even find yourself on some international business trips. Sound like you? Take a look at the additional position details and qualifications below.
    • You’ll be responsible for developing brand specifications for your business unit(s)
    • You manage multiple business plans and projects
    • You’ll oversee and set the direction for the projects you are managing
    • You’ll be working to bring innovative and/or incremental products to the marketplace
    • You’ll serve as the lead technical subject matter expert for buyers, brand teams, strategic suppliers and technical team members Learn More
  • Mechanical Engineer, Technical Manager-Dot.com

    Merchandising & Online Operations BENTONVILLE, AR
    Technical Manager – Dot.com

    This requisition is for future Technical Manager-Dot.com positions at Walmart Home Office.

    Position Description

    Are you able to juggle technical processes, manage projects and work seamlessly within a cross-functional team?
    Let’s talk more about you! You are an expert project planner with the ability to understand product cost and construction, schedule resources, solve technical problems and bridge the gap between technical and non-technical team members. You find it easy to effectively communicate with software developers, project managers and leadership. You understand the importance of following correct procedures, developing detailed requirements and providing the right information at the right time. You can be a team player, lead a team or act as a problem solver – it’s all in a day’s work!

    Here are a few attributes that describe you:
    • Strongly focused on latest technology
    • Enjoys working with technical engineers
    • Detail-oriented
    • Able to make quick decisions
    • Problem-solver

    As a Technical Manager for the Dot.com team, you’ll be managing multiple projects. A typical day in this role will include developing and executing both seasonal and brand specifications for your assigned departments, managing performance testing and managing the product approval workflow. You’ll also be partnering with benchmark managers to evaluate and understand more about the items within your assigned categories so that you can pinpoint the differences between competitors’ products and Walmart products. Sound interesting? Take a look at the additional position details and qualifications below.
    • You’ll be responsible for maintaining up-to-date expertise and applying that knowledge to the development, execution and improvement of various action plans
    • You’ll manage performance testing
    • You’ll provide business solutions and support the implementation of those strategies
    • You’ll bring innovative, disruptive, and/or incremental products to the marketplace
    • You’ll serve as a technical subject matter expert for buyers, brand teams, strategic suppliers and technical team members Learn More
  • Senior Buyer - Beverages

    Merchandising & Online Operations BENTONVILLE, AR
    • Coordinates the execution and maintenance of inventory plans for large, complex, or high-risk categories and subcategories
    • Develops and manages new and existing product lines within large, complex, or high risk categories and subcategories
    • Develops strategy for Category Team
    • Drives the execution of multiple business plans and projects
    • Ensures business needs are being met
    • Establishes and maintains supplier relationships
    • Leads category matrix team
    • Promotes and supports company policies, procedures, mission, values, and standards of ethics and integrity
    • Provides input in the development of budgets for large, complex, or high-risk categories and subcategories
    • Supports strategy and growth of category
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  • Associate Marketing Mgr- Digital Media Planner: Display & Paid Social

    Merchandising & Online Operations BENTONVILLE, AR
    • Achieves objectives for specific segments
    • Demonstrates up-to-date expertise and applies this to the development, execution, and improvement of action plans
    • Drives sales growth and changes in customer attitudes and behaviors for specific segments
    • Ensures project and initiative communication
    • Manages project and initiative budgets
    • Manages project and initiative performance
    • Manages the development and execution of marketing projects and initiatives (for example, In-Store Merchandising, Advertising, promotional events)
    • Models compliance with company policies and procedures and supports company mission, values, and standards of ethics and integrity
    • Participates in one or more programs designed to strengthen Marketing talent
    • Plays an integral role in the development of the annual operating plan (AOP) for specific segments
    • Provides and supports the implementation of business solutions
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  • Merchant Coordinator, Basics-Sam's Club

    Merchandising & Online Operations BENTONVILLE, AR
    Completes work assignments and priorities in the Merchandising area by using policies, data, and resources; collaborating with managers, coworkers,
    customers, and other business partners; identifying priorities, deadlines, and expectations; carrying out tasks; communicating progress and
    information; determining and recommending ways to address improvement opportunities; and adapting to and learning from change, difficulties, and
    feedback.
    Contributes to the management of key financial metrics by generating reports from Retail Link; providing item procurement history, results, and
    planning for upcoming events; creating and tracking cost reductions and co-ops; working with suppliers and Finance to correct and resolve issues;
    and creating and sending product offers to Members.
    Coordinates activities for category product demonstrations, new programs, and promotions by communicating with buyers, suppliers, and
    Replenishment; scheduling demonstrations; preparing materials (for example, sales sheets, scripts, club list); determining cost and sell by state, city,
    county, and club; creating multiple new items per month; ordering promotions and tracking to ensure delivery; reporting results; communicating
    processes, direction, and issues to Field Management, suppliers, and associates; and drafting program direction.
    Creates and maintains item files by determining and scheduling product flow to clubs; building new item forms (for example, pack size pallet
    configuration, Universal Product Code (UPC)); verifying item pricing and distribution; creating direct-ship purchase orders; creating pack sell cost
    changes; processing item status changes and markdowns; communicating item number to Replenishment to facilitate ordering; and tracking stock
    keeping unit (SKU) budgets; implementing inventory adjustments (for example, markdowns, liquidations, returns).
    Manages and resolves Remedy tickets, club calls, and Member requests by responding to communication from clubs and suppliers (for example,
    emails, phone calls); dispatching communication regarding pricing errors, compliance, and Member requests to Clubs; processing bottle deposits and
    cash redemption value (CRV); figuring cost and sell by state, city, county, and package; and linking CRV or bottle deposits to product item numbers.
    Provides administrative support by running routine and ad hoc reports (for example, club, supplier, Member history); assisting the buyer with category
    reviews; maintaining supplier and Member files; filing quality control results; tracking preproduction and production testing for item and supplier;
    requesting and handling Buyer samples; answering telephone calls and emails; and reconciling Member account and payment issues.
    Processes special orders or requests by gathering item information; reviewing item requests from Clubs to determine item availability; checking
    current stock keeping unit (SKU) budget for clubs; following up on out-of-date issues to determine if additional credit is available for clubs; and setting
    forecasting on new items. Learn More

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