Space Technology Programmer (VBA)

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The Space Technology Programmer (JDA) provides planogram automation support to Acosta Space Management Solutions. This includes supporting customer and client-based teams for planogram development and analytics.

The ideal Space Automation Developer candidate should possess a high level of expertise in Visual Basic programming and database management, An understanding of Space Management software is helpful but not required.


  • Work with customer-based space management teams to determine best ways of automating current processes.
  • Work with project-based teams to identify, develop and deploy ad-hoc automation specific to current project needs.
  • Create tables, scripts and shortcuts to support merchandising planograms.
  • Track automation performance ROI versus performance by a human.
  • Miscellaneous duties as assigned.


  • Bachelor Degree
  • Ideal candidate should have a minimum of two years’ experience in a Space Management related position.
  • Experience in JDA Space Automation or EYC Space Automation preferred.
  • Experience with IRI and Nielsen preferred.
  • Must have prior work experience in data analysis and space management systems and demonstrate a fundamental understanding of the technology required to operate and maintain such systems.
  • Experience in Microsoft Office macros/VBA, VB.NET, or C#.NET programming preferred.
  • Must demonstrate an ability to operate software applications including spreadsheets, word processing, graphics, e-mail, database management, and either JDA Space Planning, EYC Space Planning, or Spaceman Suite.
  • Must be able to effectively communicate with others.
  • Must be able to operate a computer.
  • Must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Must be able to work remotely and track completion of work.

Acosta Sales & Marketing is an Equal Opportunity Employer


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