Inventory & Purchasing Analyst - Full-Time (14-Month Term) APPLY NOW

Winnipeg, MB CAN
44824 - 58260 cad / year


The Inventory and Purchasing Analyst is responsible for formulating and executing allocation and supply strategies, ensuring optimal inventory levels for all sales channels, maintaining pricing and costing, season coding, availability and all other parameters directly linked to item files in Manitobah’s Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system.

The incumbent should be initiative-taking and enthusiastic, able to work in a fast-paced environment while managing multiple tasks and collaborating effectively with cross-functional teams.


Manitobah offers a comprehensive total compensation package which includes an annual base salary, group benefits, flexible work hours, generous paid time off, 50% discount on our retail products, professional development, and our newest benefit offering called Group Savings Program.


Hybrid work model; Winnipeg, MB. May be required to report to Headquarters in Winnipeg as directed.


  • Reports to: Director of Planning & Inventory
  • Key Relationships: Merchandising, Supply Chain, Operations


  • Support in creating, managing, executing, and analyzing inventory demand in a multi-channel environment to maximize profit and business opportunities.
  • Strong attention to detail necessary for item creation, PO creation, and maintenance of all product lines with the Manitobah banner.
  • Maintain the Manitobah “Master Data” – costing, season coding, availability and all other parameters directly linked to item files in systems.
  • Oversee and assess inventory level and demand specifically at retail store level and all other channels as needed.
  • Complete weekly inventory review and replenishment at retail store level, while adhering to inventory level targets and lean inventory principles.
  • Lead weekly inventory review with retail store managers.
  • Build relationships with external vendors and internal partner departments.
  • Communicate with external vendors on purchase order tracking and on time delivery of purchase orders.
  • Assist in the management of the vendor scorecard and communicate results both internally and externally with vendors.
  • Manage and respect defined timelines. Ensure delays are communicated to all relevant stakeholders.
  • Ensure the integrity of data meets corporate standards and best practices.
  • Process all the above tasks in the context of contributing to positive moral and relationships.
  • Lives and acts on Manitobah’s brand values of: Love, Respect, Bravery, Truth, Honesty, Humility and Wisdom
  • Other related duties as assigned.


Professional Experience

  • Minimum 2 years of direct order management system experience is required
  • Experience with e-commerce and ERP systems is required.

Educational Position Requirements

  • High school diploma is required
  • Post-secondary certificate or diploma in logistics, supply chain, or business administration or related discipline is preferred

An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.

Manitobah is dedicated to a greater cultural diversity throughout our business operations and hiring process. As a company rooted in Indigenous culture, Manitobah is committed to hiring Indigenous employees wherever possible; applicants are strongly encouraged to self-declare.


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