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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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Ben Hasan - Chief Diversity Inclusion Officer

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

  • SAN BRUNO, CA
    The Business Manager, Partner Services, Partner Acquisition, in Retail Operations is responsible for contributing to the growth for marketplace and DSV partners across Walmart.com, Jet.com, and associated U.S. based eCommerce properties including Shoebuy, Hayneedle, Moosejaw, ModCloth and Bonobos. This position is responsible for working with partners at scale and high profile enterprise accounts to bring on priority assortment. This includes cold calling prospective partners, communicating the value of joining Walmart.com and Jet.com as a partner and updating Salesforce with partner data and managing their partner acquisition pipeline. By working closely with teams across the organization, this role will directly contribute to Walmart.com’s ability to grow partners and relevant assortment.

    Successful candidates will be able to collaborate, lead and thrive in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial, customer-driven environment and demonstrate strong business instinct/judgement to drive innovative thinking. This role requires close working relationships and coordination across multiple retail categories and high profile enterprise accounts with longer close cycles. This person will be expected to drive the Walmart values and embody the business in a positive light at all times. Learn More
  • Technical Program Manager

    Merchandising & Online Operations
    SUNNYVALE, CA
    We have an incredibly challenging and unique problem to solve here at Walmart eCommerce, unparalleled in scale at any other company: How do we allow customers to effortlessly buy what they need both in stores and online? Our Store Shared Item Setup team creates the strategy on how to easily move assortment across all of our channels. We’re at the heart of tackling integration of the largest network of physical stores to getting online. We need you, a Project Manager, to work across groups in eCommerce, Stores, Merchandising, Analytics, and Supply Chain to bring revolutionary market solutions to our omni-channel business. Our team has regular exposure to Executive Leadership within both Stores and eCommerce, given the critical priority of our products and programs. Learn More
  • Sr. Manager Store Space

    Merchandising & Online Operations
    BENTONVILLE, AR
    Develops overall store space strategy by
    • benchmarking competitor store space allocation and market trends;
    • aligning department strategy with overall company strategy;
    • reworking strategy based on creative space-redesign initiatives;
    • and influencing executives and senior leadership (for example, Finance,
    Category Space, Operations) to adopt new space allocation processes
    and training.
    Develops actionable business strategies to enable the company to grow
    market share and ensure a competitive position in the future by
    • analyzing retail competitors and suppliers current business practices to
    develop recommendations for future business operations;
    • translating trends and customer actions into experimental designs;
    • analyzing data and information and interpreting results;
    • and presenting recommendations about future store space allocations
    that provide opportunities to stay competitive and drive sales growth.
    Leads implementation of project plans, changes, and solutions by
    • communicating and collaborating with cross-functional business areas
    (for example, Category Space, Store Design, Real Estate, Store Layout
    Business Solutions);
    • monitoring project milestones;
    • identifying and evaluating criteria for success;
    • incorporating feedback into current and future projects to promote
    continuous improvement;
    • developing and overseeing change management project plans, activities,
    and training;
    • and monitoring the impact of the solution.

    Evaluates performance following project implementation by
    • comparing financial and efficiency savings projections to actual results
    using various analysis methodologies;
    • conducting return on investment (ROI) analyses;
    • ensuring data accuracy;
    • collecting and evaluating pre-project feedback regarding layout, fixture
    needs, and merchandising solutions;
    • reviewing customer response and feedback from key stakeholders (for
    example, Merchandising, Store Operations);
    • and recommending adjustments to senior leadership regarding store
    layout and design. Learn More
  • Category Manager, Children’s Fashion

    Merchandising & Online Operations
    SAN BRUNO, CA
    The Category Manager, Childrens Fashion is responsible for ensuring their Children’s Fashion categories have a market-leading assortment, excellent financial performance and a great shopper experience across all of Walmart’s Ecommerce brands – Jet.com and Walmart.com (and whatever other brands join our family!). Your goal is to create the ultimate online destination for customers who turn to Jet.com and Walmart.com first when they are shopping for their Children.
    Challenges you’ll be tackling:

    Own your Children’s categories – end to end – across all our ecommerce brands: You will be responsible for the performance of your category across all of Walmart’s Ecommerce brands –and be responsible for assortment, financial performance, merchandising, and pricing.

    Build a best in class customer experience: You will be working alongside Site and Creative teams to determine what your category looks like, how products are sourced, found, displayed, and finally, marketed to our millions of customers around the USA!

    Managing and inspiring a team of category experts: You will be a part of hiring, managing and inspiring our category experts, some fresh out of college, who will own subcategories within your categories and allow you to deliver an amazing customer experience for every product we sell across all our channels. Your category specialists will be mini-GMs, and you will manage them and ensure they are helping you build our Children’s experience!

    Responsibilities:

    • Own category financial targets (e.g. GMV and margin), and identify (and execute upon) levers to achieve those targets
    • Evolve and elevate the category’s assortment strategy through in-market expertise and identifying assortment gaps and opportunities
    • Own and optimize the product sourcing mix across manufacturers, distributors and third-party retailers
    • Own vendor relationships
    • Ensure holistic price competitiveness/adherence
    • Manage on-site product presentation and catalog data, and drive requirements into the search and browse experience – Taxonomy, Navigation, Tagging, Attributes
    • Collaborate with marketing and creative teams on category messaging
    • Manage a team of category specialists and experts

    How you’ll know it’s right:
    - If you love fashion, trends and merchandising…
    - If you like owning something and being accountable for its outcomes…
    - If you want to do things in our industry that have not been done…
    - If you understand that without risk there is no reward…
    - If you want to run your own company one day…
    • Develops and implements strategic direction for multiple departments or categories
    • Drives sales and gross profit through the optimization of the product assortment in multiple departments or categories
    • Drives the execution of multiple business plans and projects for merchandising concepts
    • Ensures business needs are being met
    • Maximizes the return on inventory investment in partnership with the Merchandise Planning team, cross-functional partners, and suppliers
    • Promotes and supports company policies, procedures, mission, values, and standards of ethics and integrity
    • Provides supervision and development opportunities for associates
    • Supports cross-channel and company initiatives to achieve global strategic multi-channel plans
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  • SAN BRUNO, CA
    We are looking for an entrepreneurial Senior Product Development Specialist to join our growing team. The product specialist position will play a large role in the development of private branded product on Walmart.com. This role will drive the execution of the private brand post commitment process; partnering with the Product Development Manager and suppliers to ensure proper tracking and on-time delivery. In addition to this core function the product specialist will support the Product Development Manager on sample receipt and approvals, competitive assessments, development presentations, and Item Development Matrix creation.
    The ideal candidate will have product development and merchandising experience. You should be very detail-orientated and organized and have the ability to manage different timelines at once. You should also be able to work cross-functionally with various members of the team and supplier base. You should be a highly motivated self starter with a desire to learn and grow in the position.
    • Works independently; manages projects in business area or category from strategy through execution
    • Acts as a resource for colleagues with less experience
    • Impacts a range of customer, operational, project, retail or service activities within own business area or category
    • Maintains specialized knowledge of the company, processes, industry and customers
    • Leads a range of assignments related to business area or category
    • Solves complex problems; uses analytical and deductive thinking and exercises judgement to create solutions
    • Demonstrates a comprehensive understanding of consumer product development objectives
    • Ensures completion of assigned product development activities (e.g., stakeholder identification, product definition, scope, boundaries, targets and timeline) in the roadmap and monitors against KPIs
    • Identifies and elevates issues to consumer product manager that may affect product timelines for the category or business area and recommends potential solutions
    • Demonstrates a comprehensive understanding of product development strategy and independently executes product development plans
    • Suggests additional development opportunities for the product development forecast based on product and category knowledge and interaction with category specialists, suppliers, and related team members
    • Performs product research and coordinates with category and related teams to analyze performance and product features within a category or business area
    • Identifies industry trends by examining product and sales data for a category or business area to measure impact of existing features and potential areas for improvement
    • Collaborates with cross-functional team members in own category or business area (i.e., Marketing, Merchandising, Consumer Insights, Creative Resources) to assist with the execution of product development plans Learn More

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