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Target hiring Business Analyst

Target hiring Business Analyst

Company Name: Target
Position: Business Analyst
Education: Any Graduate, MBA
Experience: Freshers
Location: Bangalore


Candidate should 3-year degree with strong academic performance (3.0 GPA or above); MBA preferred.
Excellent analytical and problem solving skills
Strong planning and organizational skills
Ability to communicate clearly and effectively
Assertiveness and strong initiative
Strong computer skills

Merchandise Allocation: Maintains in stock goals through effective product distribution. Analyzes sales history and trend to maximize sales potential by developing allocation strategies that maintain proper store inventory levels.
Inventory Management:Manages inventory to achieve department in stock goals. Determines inventory needs to proactively plan receipt flow. Develops and manages inventory contingency plans by working with Minneapolis teams to achieve turnover goals.
Financial Planning:Works with Minneapolis teams monthly to deliver on sales, turnover and profit goals and understand sales and markdown trends. Partner with Minneapolis teams in order to forecast inventory and turnover for specific seasonal, advertising, transition, and basic product flow strategies.
Historical Analysis/Assortment Planning:Analyzes business activity of product category(s), monitoring sales, inventory, margin and other factors impacting profitability and documents for recapping.


Company Profile:


Target Corporation serves guests at more than 1,700 stores throughout the U.S. and at Target will open 105 locations in all 10 provinces across Canada in 2013. The company is headquartered in Minneapolis, with additional headquarters locations in the U.S. in Arizona, New York, South Dakota and Utah; in Bangalore, India; and in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. At Target, we have a vision: to become the best – the best culture and brand, the best place for growth and the company with the best reputation.Since 1946, Target has given 5 percent of its income through community grants and programs; today, that giving equals more than $4 million a week.


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