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Category Manager Beauty (AE1350)

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PA-14704

location
West Sussex - United Kingdom

company
Arthur Edward

Salary: £40-£45,000

We are recruiting for a beauty obsessed Category Manager to work closely with the buying and marketing team within this well-established family run business, and one of the largest independent suppliers.

You will have solid experience of strong business awareness within a similar role within the beauty industry with the ability to source new beauty products and suppliers whilst staying on top of the latest trends.

You will be commercially astute, manage budgets and stock levels to ensure maximum profitability as well as be in charge of forecasting.

For further information please apply today.

CONTACT :

To apply for this role please contact Arthur Edward.

E mail your CV quoting the job title and AE number to ae@arthuredward.co.uk

Call our offices - Covent Garden 020 7866 8136, Ruscombe 01183 778 393
Heidi Bannister 07747 792 272 heidib@arthuredward.co.uk
Ana Filipa Calado 07792 958 152 anafilipac@arthuredward.co.uk
Melissa Shifrin 07803 504 100 mels@arthuredward.co.uk
Holly Stanley 07384 256 771 hollys@arthuredward.co.uk
Joseph Bannister 07546 435 243 joeb@arthuredward.co.uk



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