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Amazon Brazil's Retail team is looking for a bright, customer obsessed, driven, and creative candidate to join our team. The Assistant Vendor Manager utilizes a wide range of skills and work across major functional areas such as site merchandising, buying, pricing, inventory management, operations, online marketing, and finance to drive the performance of strategic vendor partners at Amazon.
In addition to site merchandising and marketing, this role is responsible for inventory management, forecast generation, new product launches, pricing, and conducting detailed analysis to identify opportunities to drive growth for the vendor and Amazon.com.br.
The Assistant Vendor manager will conceive, create and analyze a wide range of marketing and site merchandising efforts, marketing campaigns, search engine optimization (SEO) efforts, social media and other channels, to grow the vendor’s traffic, brand awareness, customer conversion, and revenue on Amazon.
com.br. This role will autonomously negotiate promotional opportunities for vendors, create comprehensive marketing proposals and engage directly with multiple internal teams to optimize the product lines of key strategic brands on Amazon.br.
This position offers a unique opportunity to work at the most innovative online retailer and to develop and build strong functional skills across retail in online merchandising / marketing, buying, planning and forecasting, pricing, and business analysis.
Assistant Vendor Manager roles are in the General Management career path at Amazon and offer an opportunity for greater responsibility and advancement into a variety of roles including Merchandising, Vendor Management, and Instock Management.
Undergrad degree required. - 2-5 years experience doing one of the several roles : quantitative / financial analysis, retail buying, inventory planning, retail planning & allocation, product / project management, pricing, marketing or e-commerce.
The ability to quickly learn a varied set of software and editing tools (including HTML, Excel, and Access) is necessary, and prior experience is a plus.