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E-Commerce Catalog Associate

Closes- July 23rd, 2018


You are the heart and soul of the Catalog Team, implementing customized strategies for clients and brands related to product content on the Amazon Marketplace. This means you’ll be responsible for uploading, perfecting and maintaining product listing content for our partner brands.

Under the guidance of the Catalog Manager, you will upload and maintain product listing pages, communicate with both internal and external stakeholders as needed, and assist with prioritizing workflow to continuously improve efficiency.

Some Thoughts About You:

You are a problem solver, meticulous to a fault, you want to know why something went wrong and relish being the one to fix it. Comfortable working both independently and within a team, you know how to use your time wisely and understand how to organize your days for success.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Identify and resolve issues in the Netrush product catalog, both internal and customer-facing electronic content
  • Review and update web content in a timely manner, using appropriate tools
  • Manage time efficiently, balancing both short and long-term responsibilities
  • Communicate with third party support teams to address issues that cannot be resolved internally
  • Collaborate with other Catalog team members and Netrush’s IT department to proactively address shared challenges and develop best practices
  • Monitor, upload, and service CRM content used by internal Netrush departments, and externally on the Amazon platform
  • Work cross-departmentally with brand management teams to execute and maintain electronic content for our partner brands

Skills and Qualifications:

  • Associates degree or equivalent
  • Prior office experience
  • Previous Amazon back end experience highly beneficial, but not required
  • Adept with excel, experienced user a plus
  • Strong verbal and communication skills
  • Inquisitive disposition, strong ability to seek out solutions and engage team members to problem solve
  • Strong analytical skills and the ability to successfully multi-task
  • Highly diligent regardless of the task at hand, as well as comfortable with a variety of tasks; both new and routine
  • Capable of isolating issues and developing action steps to correct them
  • Able to work cross-departmentally with team members as a part of a holistic approach to brand management

Compensation and Benefits:

  • Competitive salary
  • Health benefits, Dental, Vision
  • PTO accrual
  • Traditional 401(k) option
  • Open and collaborative work environment
  • Unlimited coffee

Applicants must successfully pass background check prior to first day of employment.

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