Top Merchandise Planning and Allocation Executive jobs in Temple, TX

Top Merchandise Planning and Allocation Executive oversees, plans, and directs all aspects of an organization's merchandise planning and inventory allocation policies, objectives, and initiatives. Develops strategies and processes to maximize sales, turnover, and profitability. Being a Top Merchandise Planning and Allocation Executive leads business review of the current season and adjusts future allocation and replenishment strategies accordingly. May advise buyers on optimizing purchase planning and stock ratios. Additionally, Top Merchandise Planning and Allocation Executive requires a bachelor's degree. Typically reports to top management. The Top Merchandise Planning and Allocation Executive manages a departmental function within a broader corporate function. Develops major goals to support broad functional objectives. Approves policies developed within various sub-functions and departments. Comprehensive knowledge of the overall departmental function. To be a Top Merchandise Planning and Allocation Executive typically requires 8+ years of managerial experience. (Copyright 2020 Salary.com)

4 Top Merchandise Planning and Allocation Executive jobs found in Temple, TX area

Temple is a city in Bell County, Texas, United States. As of 2016, the city has a population of 73,600 according to a US census estimate. Located near the county seat of Belton, Temple lies in the region referred to as Central Texas and is a principal city in the Killeen–Temple–Fort Hood Metropolitan Statistical Area, which as of 2015 had a population of 450,051. Located off Interstate 35, Temple is 65 miles (105 km) north of Austin and 34 miles (55 km) south of Waco. Temple has developed as a small city with a number of arts and retail amenities not typically associated with a smaller commun...
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Income Estimation for Top Merchandise Planning and Allocation Executive jobs
$231,063 to $386,262
Temple, Texas area prices
were up 1.2% from a year ago