Manager, Planning, E-commerce


The Manager, Planning is responsible for analyzing and forecasting the our Ecommerce business to support our seasonal merchandising strategies and financial plans. This individual maintains the monthly divisional Open-to-Buy (OTB) and is able to speak in-depth about the pre-season and in-season plans.  To excel in the position, this person must have excellent retail math and analytical skills, established planning experience, have creative problem solving skills, and enjoy working in a fast paced highly collaborative environment. 


  • Provide critical analytical support to the eCommerce organization, including sales and gross margin analyses.
  • Create financial demand, sales and OTB plans, as well as in-season re-forecasting for key metrics at both seasonal and daily levels.
  • Responsible for open to buy recommendations and inventory management including: Review weekly selling and sell-thru to identify and suggest additional reorder opportunities and out of stock risks.
  • Partner with Buying/Merchandising leads to link tops down financial results to daily and weekly divisional performance, while outlining action to drive future results through productive promotions and markdown management.
  • Collaborate with Finance, Marketing, and Buying/Merchandising leads to develop a pre-season and in-season promotion plan calendar to deliver top-line financials, as well as support the division-level needs
  • Review receipt flows and aged inventory to ensure Ecommerce has the right inventory to maximize sales
  • Work with Buying/Merchandising in ensuring overall product strategies align with the overall eCommerce business plan
  • Identify additional reporting needs and process improvements for Ecommerce. Collaborate with IT to develop and enhance reporting.


  • BA degree
  • Minimum 5-7 years’ experience as a Planner or similar analytical role. Proven experience with Inventory Control, Allocation, Merchandising, Demand Forecasting, Financial Planning or Analysis
  • Advanced Excel skills
  • Knowledge of Retail Math, including Gross Margin proficiency
  • Experience with eCommerce retail
  • Self-starter: willingness to work independently to dig into business and present call-outs
  • Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong planning and organizational skills with a sense of priority for deadlines and attention to detail
  • Ability to recognize and react to changing work demands

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