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Trade Marketing Analyst

At Church & Dwight, we value talented professionals with a strong desire to make a positive impact in our company. As a rapidly growing organization, we are always seeking passionate and creative individuals whose action-oriented mindset will foster continued growth throughout our leading brands.
Work with the Manager Trade Marketing, Marketing, and Field Sales on implementation and execution of brand strategies.
Responsibilities:
Represent sales as primary interface with Marketing for assigned brands providing insight and knowledge on customer and COT related issues/opportunities.
Collaborate with New Product Development through the validation process for new items inclusive of distribution goals and forecast based on retailer estimated acceptances.
Collaborate with Marketing on the creation and execution of merchandising vehicles (displays, IRCs, bonus, on-pack etc.) for both national and account specific in-store execution.
Resolve supply/demand/forecasting issues with cross-functional teams (Demand Planning, Customer Service and Marketing) and communicate accordingly to Sales.
Participate in trade strategy assessment (distribution, shelving, merchandising, pricing guidelines) and lead development of planning materials for Field Sales use.
Create/Contribute to Customer Sales Presentations (i.e. conceptual selling stories, new item initiatives, retailer line review presentations).
Provide analytical support for the Trade Marketing Personal Care team (i.e. Shipment and Consumption analysis, Category/Brand Reviews).
Requirements:
Bachelor's Degree required.
1-2 years experience in CPG industry
Experience collaborating within a cross functional team environment.
Strong technology skills: Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Data Warehouse systems, Siebel a plus, Shopper Card data a plus.
Church & Dwight is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
For more information on our company, our brands and our culture visit us at http://www.churchdwight.com/.


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