At Lowe’s Canada, over 26,000 employees let their passion blossom every day. Our teams are driven by the desire to help people bring their projects to life and are committed to making a difference in the communities we serve.
We operate or service some 470 corporate and affiliated dealer stores. With a distinctive product and service offering and complementary store formats ranging from neighbourhood hardware stores to big box stores, our Lowe’s, RONA, Reno-Depot, and Dick’s Lumber banners are always looking for dedicated employees to help meet the needs of all DIYers and contractors.
You’ve got the talent? We’ve got the tools! Here, your work and ideas will contribute to building a flourishing organization. Your voice will always be heard and valued. You’ll find career opportunities that live up to your ambitions and be able to further develop your unique set of skills.
So if you’re looking to do what you love, and to grow and evolve within our family—one of the best employers in Canada according to a recent Forbes survey—we could be perfect for each other.
The incumbent will develop work tools, processes and provide support to users of the supply chain, including suppliers and demand planners. The role consists of supporting users in achieving corporate objectives relating to demand planning and inventory management.
Works with the various teams collaborating with the supply chain to develop exception reports and implement processes to facilitate decision making and action.
Identifies potentials to improve existing tools and creates new tools to meet user needs in the short and long term.
Works hand in hand with information technology (IT) teams to develop solutions, participate in design, perform tests and monitor deployment.
Plays a supporting role in the use of supply chain tools (JDA, Sidma, BD Access, RD2W)
The qualifications we are looking for
3-5 years of relevant experience in supply chain support (sales forecasting, procurement, project execution)
Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) in operations management, logistics, engineering, operations research, or other relevant discipline
Excellent command of MS Access, MS Excel tools
Mastery of VBA and SQL languages for the construction and management of robust databases
Mastery of JDA tools (Demand, Fulfillment, Order Optimization) an asset
Very good knowledge of procurement principles and processes
Strong business and communication skills
Analytics, expert in solving complex technical problems
Sense of partnership with several collaborators
Works effectively as a team and individually
Good judgment, decision-making power, integrity, honest, professional, motivated
Your benefits of working for Lowe’s Canada:
By joining the Lowe’s Canada family, you’ll enjoy many benefits, such as:
A fitness centre, sports activities, and showers
A childcare centre that can accommodate up to 78 children
A cafeteria with a delicious menu prepared by a dedicated chef, healthy options, as well as Starbucks and Tim Hortons coffee stations
Exclusive employee discounts, plus a 10% discount on store merchandise (at all Lowe’s Canada locations)
Benefits: retirement savings plan, annual bonuses, stock purchase plan, student incentive program, etc.
Flexible hours and remote working
Electric car charging stations
Career growth opportunities within the company
An inclusive and safe working environment
Promotion of work-life balanceà
An employer that’s involved in the community
And much more!
The masculine generic is used without discrimination and only in order to simplify the text. Lowe’s Canada is committed to encouraging diversity and inclusion. We are pleased to consider applications from all qualified candidates, regardless of race, colour, religion, sexual orientation, gender, nationality, age, disability, or any other status protected by law.