All eligible associates have affordable options that include no lifetime maximum and eligible preventive care covered at 100%.
The enhanced maternity benefit supports birth moms with up to 10 weeks of protected paid time away from work.
Associates can take advantage of Resources for Living, a free confidential counseling and health information service.
The Associate Merchandising Development Program (AMDP) is a rotational program designed to nurture undergraduate talent that align with our mission and values, seek to make an impact, and are looking to launch their careers with the Walmart Merchandising Organization. During these rotations you will develop the skills and competencies required to succeed as a merchandising leader at Walmart.
Below is a brief description of the rotations you can expect to experience during AMDP:
Store Ops: You will build customer relationships, develop modulars, and spend time in store learning how merchandising comes to life. You’ll learn the omni-channel strategy that makes Walmart a top online retailer.
Ecommerce: You will support and develop mobile-browsing, online marketplaces, social media, and wherever your users browse online through retargeting ads.
Planning/Business Analytics: You will be introduced to the fundamentals of planning and business analytics, financial metrics, and how those metrics are calculated. Mastering the various tools and resources, you will be able to vocalize how forecasting, category analysis, line reviews, and 30/60/90 meetings create a foundation for successful products.
Replenishment: You will learn how to optimize supply chain to ensure the right amount of product is always available to our customers at the right time. You will gain an understanding of the fundamentals of supply chain, assortment, forecasting, inventory management, importing, and exit strategies.
Private Brands: You will learn about the different types of private brands Walmart supports, why we have them, why they are important, and how we manage them to succeed in the marketplace. You will be exposed to the backend processes of developing, pricing, negotiating, positioning, and launching a product.
Buying Capstone: Receive a crash course on what it means to be a merchant and demonstrate the knowledge and skillset you’ve cumulated in a final project.
Outlined below are the required minimum qualifications for this position. If none are listed, there are no minimum qualifications.
Option 1: Bachelor’s degree in Business, Merchandising, or related field.
Option 2: 2 years’ experience in merchandising, buying, financial planning, operations, or related area.
Outlined below are the optional preferred qualifications for this position. If none are listed, there are no preferred qualifications.
Microsoft Office, Negotiating with third-party suppliers, Pricing, site merchandising, planning or inventory, or related area
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