|Job Title||Buying Manager|
|Salary||£65000 - £75000 per annum + benefits|
|Job Advertised||7 days ago|
I'm currently seeking an experienced Buying Manager to join the food department of a luxury British retailer, based in London.
This is a unique opportunity for a Buying Manager with strong leadership skills, to embark on a new challenge in a luxury retail environment.
- Source market-leading product across branded and own bought categories
- Exceptional knowledge of the food industry, and understanding of changing customer demands
- Constantly follow and identify luxury consumer trends to deliver a range that is ahead of the market
- Accountability of exceeding financial KPIs
- Working alongside other internal departments such as retail and merchandising to ensure the range is seamlessly delivered across all channels
- Lead and inspire your team of Buyers to develop a high-performance culture
- Effectively communicate and build strong existing and new relationships with external partners
In addition to a great working environment and progression opportunities, this position comes with a competitive salary and benefits package.
If you have the necessary skills and are interested in a further conversation about this role, please apply quoting Q103053.
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