Macy’s Inc. Job Description
A department Store located at malls across the nation. It sells clothes to kitchen items. It’s a good store with all your name brand items like Nike, Puma, etc. You can buy a bunch there. Macy’s is a U.S. chain of mid-to-high range department stores headquartered inCincinnati, Ohio and New York, New York. Its selection of clothing merchandise can vary significantly from location to location, resulting in the exclusive availability of certain brands in only higher end stores. In addition to its New York flagship store, the company has designated additional regional flagships in several other major urban centers and currently operates a total of 800 U.S. stores (as of January 30, 2010). The company produces the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, a well knownparade which has been held on the streets of New York City annually since 1924. The company also sponsors the city’s annual Fourth of July fireworks display, which began in 1976. The chain competes with Belk, Nordstrom, Dillard’s, and The Bon-Ton; and to a lesser extent with Sears, J. C. Penney and Kohl’s.
Macy’s Inc Dutied and Responsibilities
- Manager, Multi-channel Analytics
The duties of Multi-channel Analytics Manager is to partner with planning and merchant leadership teams to identify multi-channel (retail and e-commerce) areas specific informational needs and develop and implement applicable reporting and analysis; publication and maintenance of existing reporting, with ongoing review to provide value-adding insightful analytics and interpretation; interface with IT, Planning and Merchant teams to identify long term informational needs and develop and implement appropriate short and long term strategies and solutions; and provide point of contact for multiple business units on new and existing reporting and informational needs.
Manager, Multi-channel Analytics Salary: No data available
- Project Manager, Infrastructure and Operations
The Project Manager for Infrastructure and Operations would be responsible to lead enterprise wide strategic IT Infrastructure implementation projects; provide guidance and direction to project team members; responsible and accountable for timely completion of the project; establishing, tracking, and making changes to project schedule; responsible and accountable for project budget; develop project status reports for management review and has working knowledge of all aspects of project design and implementation; interact with vendors to ensure timely arrival of project components; handle change orders, eliminate roadblocks, find/remove problems and get outside help when needed; may oversee activities of team members and contractors; maintain a central point of contact to provide technical expertise and assistance to other departments in the trouble shooting of problems associated with new technologies.
Project Manager, Infrastructure and Operations Salary: No data available
- Director of Merchandising, Center Core
The successful applicant for the Director of Merchandising, Center Core position will manage the merchant team that is responsible for generating a seasonal merchandise plan and assortment strategy to maximize opportunities and grow the business in conjunction with the overall macys.com business plan, while developing strategic long range vendor and class plans; drive the process in managing the financial components of the business effectively to react to trend and seize opportunity throughout the season; perform competitive analysis, monitor the sales plan and report on performance, manage receipt flow, create return and ensure FTC compliance, while partnering closely with other Macy’s, Inc. divisions to achieve goals and improve the customer experience; and define and Develop marketing plan that will drive continued volume growth with the goal of gaining on line market share.
Director of Merchandising, Center Core Salary: No data available
- Manager, D2C Systems
The Manager, D2C Systems is to work with the primary on-site systems owner within Macy’s Logistics for going forward warehouse management systems (WMS) and warehouse controls systems (WCS) for Macys D2C Network; assume front line support to investigate and troubleshoot WMS/WCS issues at DC; promote Macy’s Logistics (ML) objectives for the defined set of D2C processes and work with various business partners and MST (Macy’s Systems Group) to define and implement solutions that meet those objectives; partner with MST and Material Handling vendors to ensure that all business needs are met through systems support/changes based on business partner requirements; partner with Maintenance/Facility Engineering on system integration performance and conformance to include hardware, firmware, device/control networking and PLC; participate in configuration, testing/validation and implementation of WMS /WCS releases at Macy’s; assist in training business partners on implemented systems and process changes; coordinate team meetings to monitor and ensure progress on open issues or projects; communicate project progress, raising areas of concern to appropriate levels within Macy’s Logistics; create and distribute ad hoc queries and reports as required for Operations and senior leadership; research, troubleshoot and determine root cause of system failures impacting operations; determine, maintain and enforce compliance standards related to security, system access, OS upgrades, application layer upgrades, and hardware/infrastructure requirements; manage schedules and expectations within Macy’s business units related to all D2C WMS changes or enhancements and provide regular status.
Manager, D2C Systems Salary: No available
- Development Director, Data Management and Business
The right candidate will be responsible for managing Development teams; providing oversight of project execution to assure teams deliverables; owning Customer and Retail DataMart and Data Warehouse development and data management systems and capabilities that include ETL and Master Data Management; establishing and oversee robust user support and issue resolution processes; partnering with Business counterparts on a project roadmap planning, sizing and prioritization; owning the overall technology delivery of Data Management and Business Intelligence and solutions at macys.com including, but not limited to, reporting, planning, forecasting and financial management tools and infrastructure, meta data management, semantic schemas, data load and transformation technologies and methods; responsible for successful delivery of third party and home grown business intelligence solutions balancing strategy with tactical needs and resource / knowledge capital; together with business partners, managing rolling 3 year plan that aligns organizational and technology to technical capabilities and resource capacity; building and maintaining strong partnerships with Macys, Inc IT, vendors, business as well as other IT and support teams within macys.com; providing regular updates to IT and Business leadership Teams on the Performance Management/ Business Intelligence strategic roadmap; acting as point of escalation for all project delivery; working with Application Delivery Leadership as necessary to establish risk mitigation and issue resolution/escalation.
Development Director Salary: No data available
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Actually, this should be a -3 stars because working at Macy’s is a joke! I can only speak for my own store and experience but if you are in Houston, Tx DO NOT go to the West Oaks Mall Macy’s. The managers are lazy and delegate all their responsibilities to the AST members and then yell at them for not getting their duties done. Speaking as an employee no wonder the turn over is so high. It’s the most unprofessional, catty hostile work environment I have ever worked at. Employees are written up for everything from not making sales to not smiling enough (true story). The store manager shops and puts merchandize in her office till it goes on sale so she can get it for pennies on the dollar. The store looks like crap and no one has loyalty. I am sorry but when you are nit picked to death, you as a employee don’t have much “Magic” to spread around. No wonder your satisfactory rating is below 50%. I hope this location closes in the near future. Even as a customer I will not shop in my store. Actually, this experience has closed me off from ever shopping at Macy’s ever again.