Merchandising Operations Analyst, Catalog

You are the perfect mix of analytical, technical, and operational: pulling, sanitizing, and analyzing data; applying critical thinking to make recommendations; and informing major catalog and operations decisions. Catalog team members will work cross-functionally with our merchandising, development, product management, business intelligence and marketing teams. What you'll do:  Minimum 6 years work experience in a relevant field with demonstrated cross-functional and collaborative project or team management experience. Minimum 6 years work experience with web analytics tools (Google Analytics 360 preferred). Polished communication skills and comfort working with internal and external stakeholders. Proficient in SQL, advanced Excel, and/or other data visualization tools to deep dive into data, identify and quantify opportunities, and design sustainable improvements and solutions. A strong analytical skill set, comfortable manipulating large data sets and an understanding of databases and data integrity principles. Proven success working in teams. A self-starter with the ability to quickly respond to problems independently. A strong sense of ownership in your work. What you'll need: Conduct quantitative research and analysis of our catalog data that results in actionable insights and recommendations. Identify key questions, problems, and KPIs to increase the depth of our catalog and improve the experience of our customers using your sharp business acumen and judgment. Work with product managers and stake holders to discover and guide the most impactful system, site navigation and workflow enhancements. Build appropriate reporting that provides insight into the performance of initiatives and approaches within each area, leveraging web metrics and sales data. Implement data governance across catalog and content systems to ensure quality, consistency and accuracy. Strong interpersonal skills, verbal and written communication skills.
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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