FURNITURE PRODUCT MANAGER
- San Juan, Philippines6th, 268 A North Domingo Street, San Juan, Metro Manila, PhilippinesSan JuanMetro ManilaPhilippines
- Full time
The Furniture Product Manager will be responsible for the product management of assigned product category, including sourcing and achievement of targets.
Current Job Responsibilities:
Assist in the gathering of competitive data and gives recommendation on how to respond to competition.
Identifying, implementing and evaluating the effectiveness of the marketing programs and plans.
Perform operational functions such as merchandising and inventory-level monitoring.
Assist in the preparation of the monthly and annual forecast and management of inventory levels to ensure sufficient stocking level is maintained at the agreed timeline.
Assist in creating short term marketing programs to achieve annual revenue targets.
Assist in the sourcing of products to ensure product competitiveness.
Initiates packaging and point of sale materials development in coordination with the graphic artist.
Assist in the reporting and analysis of sales data to top management.
Supports the sales team during client calls by being present to offer new products or explain new product offering.
Initiates the preparation of various sales materials to assist the sales team in introducing a new product.
Closely coordinates with various departments within the organization to meet market needs and demands
With at least 3 -5 years work experience. Graduate of a Business Administration/Management or Marketing course.
Must have excellent communication, interpersonal and organizational skills.
Knowledgeable and proficient with MS Office.
Highly organized, flexible and can work under pressure. Highly proficient in analysis, negotiations and decision making.
Strong analytical and planning skills;
Good communication and presentation skills;
Excellent problem-solving skills;
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