Bonobos is looking for an Order Management Specialist to help with the creation, management & maintenance of purchase orders, style creation & sizing.

At Bonobos, we’re redefining how customers browse and discover their fit in apparel. As the first digitally native apparel company in the US, we are poised to make groundbreaking advances in how customers shop. Bonobos is uniquely positioned to delight customers via multiple channels; through our website, the Guideshop locations as well as our multiple wholesale accounts. We're inventing the future of retail and our customers are fanatical about our clothes and the brand.

Reporting to our Production team, you will partner cross-functionally with all things order and product related. You will liaise across the merchandising, planning, design, and production businesses to ensure that all steps are taken related to style creation and purchase order maintenance.

What you'll do...

  • Create, issue and manage all purchase orders (PO’s) across our web, Guideshop locations & wholesale businesses
  • Oversee and ensure that all calendar deadlines are met as it relates to color, size breaks and UPC
  • Manage cost sheets data entry across all systems
  • Reconcile systems against the linelist for data accuracy
  • Manage and guarantee accuracy of all changes made to PO’s and across all systems
  • Work with production to distribute weekly Purchase Order Change Notices and ensure they’re completed in a timely manner
  • Work with our Merchandising team to ensure that styles are created in-line with company deadlines
  • Communicate with vendors on all matters PO related

You...

  • Have a familiarity with excel and have had experience working in retail systems
  • Have a love for data entry & accuracy, more than anything!
  • Are a self-starter, solution oriented, and results focused
  • Have strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Have ability to multi-task in deadline driven environment
  • Have a core competency for independently managing your work-flow calendar
  • Are excited to work collaboratively with team members to achieve team initiatives
  • Convey a can-do, positive attitude towards tackling problems and taking on new initiatives as they arise
  • Have the willingness to roll up your sleeves and do what’s necessary

We...

  • Work hard because we love what we’re doing, but also believe in balance (say hello to unlimited vacation days!)
  • Back up our talk with a competitive compensation and benefits package, challenging projects, random acts of team-wide fun and awesome co-workers that feel like family
  • Value self-awareness, intellectual honesty, judgment, empathy & positive energy – often over experience
  • Are located in the Flatiron District in the heart of Manhattan
  • Have a passion for delivering a superior experience to our customers, clients, vendors & one another
  • Are excited to hear from you

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