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H&M Retail Department Manager

Job DescriptionSALES & PROFIT You are responsible for supporting the Sales and Profit goals in your store by setting a plan to deliver the Best Customer Experience in your department. You regularly analyze and follow up on Sales & Profit KPIs for your department with the Visual Merchandisers. You secure that actions are taken to maximize selling. You support the Visual Merchandisers with these actions by securing the hours and staff needed for a successful execution.               Together with your store management team, you set the hours plan for your department in line with the sales budget.Together with your store management team, you ensure proper scheduling for your department to maximize conversion and enable commercial activities (department moves, Sale, Deals, etc.) keeping within the frame of the hours plan.You plan and prioritize actions together with your team that have a clear impact on selling.You ensure your department’s execution continuously meets H&M standards and follow up using the Store Experience Tool (S.E.T.)Together with your visual team you ensure the implementation of the Commercial Handbook for your department You ensure Store Operations and Best Practices are followed in your department and throughout the store. This includes, but is not limited to: truck planning, intraday, garment care, etc.Ensure H&M Customer Service standards are delivered at all times through active coaching of Sales Advisors and leading by example.Ensure the maintenance of your department is managed in a cost-efficient way to meet H&M standards and initiate actions accordingly with your store management team.Actively prevent loss and ensure your department follows appropriate safety and security guidelinesGive input to your Store Manager and District Team on allocation and replenishment to secure a good garment level in your department according to sellingYou inform your Store Manager of any potential risks, threats and opportunities related to the competitor landscape.PEOPLE & TEAMS You ensure you have the Best Teams and support their development. You work with succession planning, talent development and structured performance management for your team based on results, values and leadership. You work in accordance with legal requirements and H&M standards, policies and procedures to meet the expectations of customers and colleagues.Manage the recruitment, training, development and succession planning for your department team in line with H&M ROTD best practicesEvaluate and manage the performance of your Department team members; give regular feedback, execute dialogues, development plans and follow-ups and take actions to improve performance and develop your teamActively work with a talent pipeline within your Department/store to support the business needs You ensure clear communication to Store team on business performance, company culture and training focuses through daily Behind The Seams Meetings and participating in weekly Leadership Meetings Ensure health & safety, legal and security issues are being handled to H&M standards and local laws securing the employee and customer safety at all timesCarry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with H&M policies & applicable laws including approving time off requests, pay, location or title changes, conducting terminations & corrective actions & making employment decisionsAbility to maintain overall store responsibility of store in absence of Store ManagerYou strengthen our Company Culture by promoting feedback in our daily work and coach your team to do the same.QualificationsHigh School graduate or equivalent; Associates or Bachelor’s Degree is preferredMinimum of 2 years’ of retail management or comparable experienceAbility to lift in excess of 20 poundsAbility to stand for long periods of time, bend, stretch, engage in repetitive motions, push, pull and carry items (mannequins, clothing, totes, torsos, etc. ) for a short distanceAbility to climb a ladder and use a step stool REQUIREMENTS: Ability to coach and counsel staff on performance management and progressive discipline techniquesOpen availability including evenings and weekendsBasic computer skills such as browser navigation, software interaction and data entry are neededMinimal travel required (i.e. Workshops)   FINANCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY: Assist Store Manager with sales and profit responsibility for your store Accurate recording of sales figures and hours

H&M Hennes & Mauritz AB • Livonia, U.S.

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Employee & Labor Relations Specialist

Job DescriptionOverall Job Summary:  The Sales Market Employee Relations Specialist is responsible for maintaining a clear overview of Employee Relations activity for designated areas of the US while providing escalated support to Sales Market and Area teams within an assigned Market. Assists in creating and implementing policies and procedures, ensures that management is consistently following company values and standards, and assists with employment law related cases countrywide.This position is based in Secaucus, NJ or Los Angeles, CA depending on assigned Market. The role sits within our Human Resources Function and reports to our Country Employee Relations Manager.Core Responsibilities includes but is not limited to:Proactively partners with Sales Market HR Managers, Area HR Managers and Store Managers to develop their skill and knowledge on properly handling Employee Relation issuesProvides direction, developmental support, guidance and feedback to Area Sales Managers and Sales Market Managers, as needed, regarding employee issues.Responsible for ensuring all employee related issues and concerns are properly addressed and acting proactively to prevent widespread ER concerns or problems, in partnership with Country ER ManagerProvides regular business insight reporting to key business leaders on employee relations activity and trends in designated marketEnsures all employee issues are taken care of in a timely, fair, consistent and confidential way, to meet legislation and H&M’s employment standards. Partners with Country ER Manager, as needed, on escalated cases.Maintains case documentation in identified Company database, in compliance with all Company and legal requirementsIndependently approves corrective action steps and the termination of employment, on sensitive or escalated cases.Provides leadership coaching on performance management process, including the company’s progressive discipline process, to ensure consistency in content and deliveryEnsures that stores are accurately utilizing termination and exit tools to complete terminations in accordance with H&M policy.Counsels managers on suspensions and terminations related to violence in the workplace, drugs and alcohol, sexual harassment/harassment, FMLA, ADA, discrimination and other sensitive employee issuesInvestigates and provides Legal summary for all attorney letters, agency claims and lawsuits within designated market, in partnership with Country ER ManagerEnsures completion of investigations for harassment/discrimination or other policy violations, with partnership of Country ER Manager where appropriate.Regularly works on process improvement projects related to Human Resources, Employee Relations and other key business functionsRegularly monitors identified law monitor tools/websites for designated market to ensure a comprehensive understanding of emerging legal trends and legislation. Assists in communicating any changes in company policy or State or Federal laws to Store, Area and Sales Market teamsProvides state specific overviews during expansion and remodel project plansAssists with the design, implementation and facilitation of key educational materials to mitigate risk to the CompanyCompletes and follows up on ER routines and ensure compliance with State and Federal laws for all stores in designated region. Research and counsels managers on Worker’s Compensation cases for termination/FMLA/ADA concerns.Attends legal depositions and mediations, as required.Direct liaison between external counsel and Country ER Manager. Additional Accountabilities:  No direct accountability; however, decisions made have a financial impact on the company.QualificationsWhat You’ll Need to Succeed:Bachelor’s Degree in HR preferred, or relevant experience in related fieldMinimum 3 years’ experience in multiunit Store HR or Training role specifically dealing with employee coaching and counseling with employee relations, benefits, payroll, recruiting and training.Minimum 3 years in a retail management positionProfessional HR certification desiredUnion knowledge and/or experience preferred.Detailed knowledge of legal requirements including Title VII, FLSA, FMLA, ADA, FCRA, etc.Ability to communicate and work with all levels of employees.Skilled at solving conflicts in a direct but positive way.Ability to be neutral and confidential and deal with sensitive information.Ability to provide leadership through our shared values.Management experience and/or detailed knowledge about the various aspects of Human Resources.Strong knowledge of H&M HR practices, policies and guidelines.Exceptional customer service and interpersonal skills.Proven organizational and analytical skills.Is flexible and able to travel up to 20% of the time

H&M Hennes & Mauritz AB • Secaucus, U.S.

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Combustion Engineer

We are a sustainable heat and power technology company that helps buildings and homeowners save money, reduce carbon emissions, and increase resiliency. Our mission is to decarbonize building energy with our breakthrough combined heat-and-power products and direct hydrogen production technology. As a venture backed startup with $40+M raised and support from prominent investors like Bill Gates, we have the resources and team to truly change the world. We are looking for Combustion Engineers of various levels of experience to apply engineering principles to meet design requirements. Our team is rapidly growing to meet demand for our solutions, and we have enormous potential for learning, impact, and personal growth. We value our ability to move fast to outpace larger companies and achieve what they cannot. 3 Awesome reasons to work here: Top Funding from prominent investors and partners Help develop clean, renewable fuel technologies Top benefits and options as we move to commercialization Details: You will use your background in engineering and combustion to predict combustion module/subsystem performance, including combustion analysis, thermal and heat transfer analysis, steady-state and transient analysis etc. Responsibilities includeFirst-order hand calculations and bulk (1D) modeling prior to conducting FEA/CFD analysis as necessaryCreate drawings for burner and/or heat exchanger experimental component/sub-assembly and other mechanical assembliesPlan and conduct tests to prove out burner design concepts and verify designs for productUtilize laboratory and field test data to correlate and validate analytical modelsInterface with combustion module component suppliersAssemble combustion test rigs, perform combustion experiments, and analyze test resultsSupport the evaluation of next-generation designs by the R&D and Engineering teams What you need for this Position: Bachelor' s degree (or higher) in Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Physics, Chemical Engineering, or similar Fundamental knowledge of combustion chemistry, thermodynamics, and fluid mechanicsUnderstanding of heat transfer (conduction, convection, and radiation) and mechanics of materialsHands-on experience with planning and performing combustion experiments in a laboratory environment and theoretical/computational analysis, including basic CFD & FEAExperience analyzing laboratory and field test data to correlate and validate analytical modelsSome experience setting up laboratory test stands In addition to a highly competitive salary ($80-$150K depending on experience, plus) and a generous benefits package including 100% funded insurance, you will also be granted early-stage internal equity. Your hard work will also qualify you for a Flexible working schedule and Flexible time-off.

Craft Recruiting • Seattle, U.S.

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Business Analyst, Wholesale

BUSINESS ANALYST, WHOLESALEYou will be a key resource for evaluating and performing financial reporting and analysis, business trend analysis, risk and opportunity assessment, forecasting, budgeting, and long-range strategic planning for the Wholesale business.How You Will Make a Difference What you will do:Coordinate and prepare the monthly forecasts, annual budget and annual strategic plan related to the revenue, margin, and operating expenses of the Wholesale business by engaging with various business partners and within the finance team Organize and analyze large amounts of data to provide insightful revenue and expense reporting and analyses on a recurring and ad-hoc basis to understand monthly, quarterly, and annual business performance to support senior management's strategic decisions Maintain and develop reporting tools that are used to create thoughtful, easy-to-follow presentations to effectively communicate results, ideas, risks, and opportunities to key stakeholders Evaluate and identify business trends that will assist in calculating our financial risk and opportunity against the financial forecast and plansHow will you be successful:Establishing a strong foundation in understanding the Company’s financial, business, and operational policies and processes along with applying exceptional analytical and critical thinking skills to provide information that senior management can use to influence strategic decisionsActively building cross-functional partnerships through continuous and collaborative communications with key business partners to deliver timely, value-added analysis to business partners and senior management driving measurable results and contributing to the team’s successSkills for SuccessYears of Related Professional Experience: 1 - 3 yearsBA/BS in Business, Finance, or other related disciplineFinancial and performance analysis experience & skills required Retail experience is a plusExcellent written and verbal communication skillsHighly organized & detail-oriented with proven analytical skillsAbility to work closely with the Finance team and cross-functionally with Sales & Operations teams to drive results and build strong partnershipsSelf-starter and adaptable, able to handle multiple tasks in a dynamic, team environment while maintaining the highest level of individual accountabilityDriven to understand the business and seek out continuous learning opportunities to grow professionallyOutstanding PC skills in Microsoft environment a must, including database, spreadsheet, word processing and presentation capabilitiesExperience with financial and sales software like SAP, BPC, Hyperion, Cognos a plus

Timberland Company • Portsmouth, u.s.

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Director of Optical Operations

Description Oversee and drive Optical lines of businesses.Build and maintain a high performing optical sales team that meets or exceeds KPIs & sales goals while maintaining excellent quality and relationships. Manages and executes business operations, retail, lab/manufacturing services, visual merchandising, marketing, promotions & lens offerings. Responsible for achieving profitability, revenue growth, & budget targets. Ensure cross functionally relationships between field & corporate.Requires travel within Southern California for Clinic site visits at Optical locations. Oversee company's sales performance at all optical locations by implementing effective sales strategies & ensuring sales targets are met/exceeded consistently at each location.Manage and drive operational excellence in all aspects of Optical P&L.Achieve sales and profit objectives and monitor sales analytics and extract knowledge from the data.Assemble & develop high performing optical sales team.Analyze gaps in performance by reviewing key performance indicators (KPIs) to maximize sales results by region and by store; take appropriate action to correct when necessary.Drive organizational performance & effectiveness by translating analytics into actions & sustainable results.Provide partnerships to all external and internal relationships to ensure strong relationships exist between business, core operations, and optical, maximizing financial results in each location.Provide supervision through field visits, observations & measurement of results to include performance appraisals & salary reviews.Proactively identify changes in competitive pressures & customer shifts to develop and modify strategies and tactics.Lead effectively through change management.Requirements 5 plus years' related work experience in a retail and customer service environment.or an equivalent combination of both education and work experience.Prior staff management experience.Outstanding communication skills, both written and verbal.Exceptional organizational skills, including the ability to handle multiple assignments and prioritize work.Valid Driver's License DESIRABLE:  Bachelor's Degree in business, healthcare or related field Prior experience in the optical industry or other retail healthcare management experience.

Careerbuilder • Pasadena, U.S.

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