At Bunnings we believe home improvement should be accessible to everyone. When it comes to working with us, the same applies.
Whether you've mastered D.I.Y. or not, you may just be able to find a role that's made for you.
In our support offices, we may not quite resemble our iconic green sheds, but working behind the scenes are a team of people that make our stores come to life.
To create a work environment where our team members feel like they belong, we do our best to nurture a supportive culture.
Our trust in each other gives us confidence to make an impact in our roles and to our customers.
Our team members are encouraged to lead their own way. Our teams are empowered and encouraged to be accountable for making an impact, no matter how big or small.
The Merchandise Planner partners with the buying teams to ensure effective analysis, forecasting and communication. Working very closely with the finance and merchandising teams, you will maximise profitability by predicting and monitoring sales trends and accurately controlling stock.
This is a true business partner role which will need you to build strong relationships to ensure that business and merchandise strategies are achieved.
Key responsibilities of the role will include :
To be successful in this role, you will need :
What's in it for you :
Retaining an inclusive, family feel while growing into one of Australia and New Zealand's largest and most widely recognised brands has come naturally to us and we'd love to welcome you to the family.
Please note that if your application progresses to the reference check stage, you may be required to submit a police check.
If your search returns a criminal record, Bunnings will assess whether the record impacts your ability to perform the key requirements of the role.