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Thirsty is a fast-growing, innovative beer and wine merchant on a mission to deliver better drinks for less, anytime and anywhere in Singapore. We import and retail over 250 different craft beers, ciders as well as artisanal wines every month, and are well known for our huge variety of quality drinks at affordable prices.

Current Job Openings

  • Online Marketplace Manager (Redmart, Shopee)

    $2,500 - $5,000 / month

    The role

    Reporting to the Head of B2C under our Thirsty retail business unit, you will be responsible to run our online marketplace businesses at Redmart and Shopee where you'll operate, manage, develop and grow the business with full P&L responsibility. This is a highly demanding role that fits a strong, resourceful, hands-on executor with sharp business acumen who's aggressive on delivering results.

    Key objectives

    Success in this role means accomplishing the following objectives:

    • Increase revenue and maximise profits.
    • Reduce direct fixed and variable operating resources.
    • Maintain high service quality to maximise customer satisfaction.
    • Increase sales by opening new online marketplaces.

    Responsibilities

    Examples of work you will be doing:

    • Create, plan and execute sales tactics and marketing campaigns to maximise revenue and profit.
    • Analyse, interpret, report and act on data to discover insights to make effective business decisions.
    • Optimise merchandising, pricing, product content, placement, promotions to increase product ranking, visibility and sales conversions that maximises profit.
    • Manage product catalogue and daily stock level to achieve 100% stock availability and fulfilment.
    • Run daily operation and create and implement SOP to streamline and automate workflow to maximise consistency and efficiency.
    • Collaborate with marketplace category managers to maximise revenue and profit.
    • Respond, analyse and act on customer reviews to maximise customer satisfaction.
    • Identify, setup, launch and scale new marketplace opportunities to drive up sales and profit.
  • Key Account Manager (Amazon, Cold Storage)

    $2,500 - $5,000 / month

    The role

    Reporting to the Head of B2C under our Thirsty retail business unit, you will be responsible to run our business with key off-premise accounts Amazon PrimeNow and Cold Storage grocery stores where you’ll manage, develop and grow the business with full P&L responsibility. This is a highly demanding role that fits a strong, resourceful executor with sharp business acumen who’s aggressive on delivering results.

    Key objectives

    Success in this role means accomplishing the following objectives:

    • Increase revenue and maximise profits.
    • Reduce direct fixed and variable operating resources.
    • Maintain high service quality to maximise customer satisfaction.
    • Increase sales by opening new off-premise key accounts.

    Responsibilities

    Examples of work you will be doing:

    • Create, plan and execute sales tactics and marketing campaigns together with category managers to maximise revenue and profit.
    • Collect, analyse, interpret, report and act on data to discover insights to make effective business decisions.
    • Optimise merchandising, pricing, product placement, tactical promotions to increase product visibility and sales volume that maximises profit.
    • Execute, implement and maintain product facing, shelving, visibility at all 60+ Cold Storage stores to increase sales and maximise profit.
    • Manage, upload, edit product catalogue and listing in Amazon to ensure right product mix that maximises profit.
    • Maintain and leverage strategic relationship with category managers to mutually increase sales and maximise profit and reduce costs.
    • Plan, implement and execute quarterly and annual merchandising and sales plans with category managers to increase sales and maximise profit.
    • Initiate, implement, coordinate and execute operational and marketing activation activities in-store and online.
    • Create and implement SOP to streamline and automate workflow to maximise consistency and efficiency.
    • Respond promptly, analyse and solve issues or feedback from our key accounts to maximise customer satisfaction.
    • Identify, set up, launch and scale new online/offline grocery opportunities to drive up sales and profit.
  • Business Developer (Retail Events, Pop-up Sales)

    $2,500 - $5,000 / month

    The role

    Reporting to the Head of B2C under our Thirsty retail business unit, you will be responsible to build and develop our retail event business. Currently we are running a monthly sale at our warehouse and we want you to build and scale this up to other retail event opportunities such as pop-ups at other venues, spaces, atrium, malls, etc. You will own the business P&L, develop new retail event channels and grow the business. This is a highly demanding role that requires the right blend of business development, sales, event and project management skills. Ideally, you’re a strong, resourceful executor with sharp business acumen and creative ideas who’s strong in event management and aggressive on delivering results.

    Key objectives

    Success in this role means accomplishing the following objectives:

    • Increase revenue and maximise profits at our warehouse sales.
    • Reduce direct fixed and variable operating expenses at our warehouse sales.
    • Build new and profitable retail event businesses.

    Responsibilities

    Examples of work you will be doing:

    • Create, plan and execute sales tactics and marketing campaigns that would drive traffic to our existing warehouse sales, increase sales and maximise profit.
    • Organise, set up and run our monthly warehouse sales to achieve increasing target revenue and profit.
    • Hire, build and manage a strong operational and ground sales team to execute the operation and maximise sales.
    • Analyse, interpret, report and act on data to discover insights to make effective business decisions.
    • Decide pricing and optimise merchandising, content, floor and shelves layout, and promotions to increase sales and maximise profit.
    • Go out, scout, negotiate and secure new venues or locations to conduct pop-up sales.
    • Build and sell the business case for each event to be profitable.
    • Organise, execute and run the event from start to finish, including manpower, set-up, licenses, merchandise, logistics, etc.
    • Create and implement SOP to streamline and automate workflow for repeatable, consistent retail event execution.
  • Business Developer (Private & Corporate Sales)

    $2,500 - $5,000 / month

    The role

    Reporting to the Head of B2C under our Thirsty retail business unit, you will be responsible to build and develop our private and corporate sales businesses. Example of private sales: conduct masterclasses in condos and sell beer/wine to the residents. Example of corporate sales: craft beer or wine appreciation/masterclass sessions at offices, placing draft/packaged beers at office/co-working space pantries as part of employee perks, corporate partnerships for gifts, etc. You will take the lead to build this business from scratch with full P&L responsibility. Profit sharing will be a significant part of your compensation. This is a highly demanding role that fits creative, strong, resourceful executor with sharp business acumen who is entrepreneurial and aggressive enough to build businesses from the ground up in a very short time.

    Key objectives

    Success in this role means accomplishing the following objectives:

    • Set up and build profitable revenue channels from private and corporate sales.
    • Increase revenue and maximise profits from private and corporate sales.

    Responsibilities

    Examples of work you will be doing:

    • Source, scout and prospect opportunities for private and corporate sales, e.g. visit co-working spaces, offices, condo management, etc to find, identify and build a business case for our beer and wine products.
    • Create, set-up, plan and launch prototype services, event packages and the necessary back-end logistics, manpower and administration for private and corporate sales.
    • Conduct and run masterclass or appreciation sessions for private and corporate customers with follow up product sales.
    • Create, plan and execute repeatable sales tactics and marketing campaigns that would drive leads, inquiries to maximise sales conversion and profit.
    • Hire, build and manage a strong operational and ground sales team to execute the operation and maximise sales.
    • Create and implement SOP to streamline and automate workflow for repeatable, consistent private and corporate sales execution.
  • Sales Support & Logistic Coordinator

    $1,800 - $2,500 / month

    The role

    Reporting to the Head of Operations, you will have a highly operational and clerical role with logistical, warehouse, bookkeeping and administrative responsibilities. This role will suit someone that is highly organised, meticulous and can produce consistent, high-volume, high-quality work on a daily basis. Career progression opportunity to an Logistics/Accounts Specialistic or other supervisory roles will be offered to top performers.

    Accountabilities & Responsibilities

    • Accurate & consistent daily order processing – create sales order/invoice, schedule/arrange deliveries, pick/pack/label ordered items, attend to drivers upon goods collection.
    • Accurate & consistent inventory management – daily stock cycle count, update inventory in system, manage stock in/out movement, maintain stock level, schedule & plan regular stock replenishment, coordinate stock movement between warehouses.
    • Accurate & consistent shipment management – liaise with freight forwarder to monitor shipments, prepare documents & coordinate sea/air shipment arrivals, prepare & submit Customs documents, resolve discrepancies, damage claims & document issues.
    • Courteous & prompt customer service – resolve customer order/delivery issues, resolve customer complaints/feedback, answer customer queries (phone, emails).
    • Maintain a neat & organised warehouse (1500 sqft, 300 SKUs) – general housekeeping, cleanliness, product/shelf labelling, shelf & space optimisation.
    • Accurate & consistent bookkeeping – data entry of bills into Xero accounting system, follow up & collect outstanding customer payments, assists simple bookkeeping tasks.
    • Accurate & consistent record keeping – organise document filing and soft copies in shared drive.
    • Continuous workflow improvement and optimisation.

    Requirements

    • Able to commit to a 4-day work week in 12 hours shifts (9am-9pm) including 1 day on weekend.
    • Can type and edit documents in Microsoft Word.
    • Can set up and edit spreadsheet in Microsoft Excel.
    • Some prior experience in similar roles is beneficial, but not a must. We will train you.

Working with us

We're a small team with big dreams. We work incredibly hard and are highly disciplined with a straightforward, get-it-done attitude. We operate lean and frugal, relentlessly focused only to add value to customers. Best things about working with us:

  • Transparent workplace. A-player teammates, complete autonomy and a meritocratic culture.
  • Huge learning and growth opportunity via hands-on exposure to different projects.
  • A rare chance to build something big, meaningful and impactful with like-minded people.
  • Attractive performance-based remuneration package.

Have you got what it takes?

If you're passionate about your trade, highly entrepreneurial and have what it takes to thrive in this role, please apply to drink@thedrinkery.com.sg with the below:

  • Tell us why do you want this role and what significant accomplishments have you achieved in the past that qualify you for this role.
  • Attach a CV that best showcase your past accomplishments. Be specific, concise and provide context (e.g. accomplished X as measured by Y by doing Z). Highlight any recognitions you received for your achievements. Show us a clear trend of personal and professional growth that would make it obvious that this role is the next step career challenge for you.

Go out of your way to stand out from the rest and if we're intrigued, you'll definitely hear from us. We look forward to hear from you!