Buying Technician, Bikini Village

  • Montreal
  • Boutique La Vie En Rose

Join a diverse and talented team

For years now, we’ve been designing lingerie and swimwear for everyday living. Why do we do what we do? Because we want women around the world to look and feel their best! Join our dynamic team to start a stimulating professional career in a committed and constantly evolving environment.

We’re a proudly local company with more than 3,500 employees and more than 275 stores across Canada and in 17 countries around the globe (100 stores).

Exclusive job perks

  • 50% discount on all products;
  • Flexible hours;
  • Hybrid work from home schedule (head office);
  • Opportunities for advancement within the company;
  • Being part of a family-owned business committed to the community;
  • Performance bonuses (in-store sales or management position);
  • Recognition program for years of service;
  • Innovation program to encourage idea sharing;
  • Referral bonus ;
  • Dayforce Wallet (pay on demand: you’ll be able to access a portion of your pay as soon as your shift ends).

For full-time employees :

  • Group insurance plan;
  • Three (3) to five (5) paid personal days (depending on the position);
  • Minimum of 2% employer contribution to your RRSP.


The incumbent of this position works in collaboration with the Bikini Village buying team to provide daily support.

  • Perform data entry for the department, compile the results and prepare various reports (supplier performance report, sales report by collections, etc.);
  • Ensure the update of various documents and keep them updated when a modification is made for a certain style;
  • Verify the logistics of the price tag;
  • Ensure good communication and good interdepartmental collaboration;
  • Create, review and send purchase orders to suppliers, as well as follow up on orders until they are delivered;
  • Ensure the conformity of the orders according to specifications;
  • Maintain the reception of logs up-to-date and communicate effectively with the internal teams;
  • Maintain the list and database of suppliers up-to-date;
  • Prepare and participate in various marketing presentations;
  • Perform administrative tasks for the buying department (memos, classification of catalogs, writing descriptions, creation of mood boards, follow-ups, etc.);
  • Keep the collection follow-up and the reception logs updated, then update with modifications (change in quantity, delivery date, change in style number, etc.);
  • Ensure the organization and maintenance of the wardrobe and the showroom;
  • Request and follow up on samples with suppliers;
  • Participate in price reductions and price adjustments from stores or distribution centers;
  • Perform other related tasks assigned by the purchasing team;
  • Visit stores on a regular basis.


  • From 3 months to 1 year of relevant experience;
  • College or university degree in fashion marketing, commerce, business administration or equivalent;
  • Functional bilingualism (French/English);
  • Excellent knowledge of Windows;
  • Meticulousness, analytical mind and sense of initiative;
  • Ability to manage multiple files at once.