Gap has always been about optimistic American style. Starting with our very first store on Ocean Avenue in San Francisco, opened almost 50 years ago by Doris and Don Fisher. The thread that’s run through those five decades is the phenomenal people that make up our brand – our employees and our customers. People who are rooted in the legacy that makes Gap what it is, but who are also focused on the future. People who want to leave the world better than they found it.
We’ve built our brand on staying true to our roots while always being out in front of what’s next. If you want to be part of an iconic American brand, and help lead the way for where we’re headed, we’d love to have you join us.
The role of the OMNI Inventory Management Planner is to maximize sales, margin and inventory through strategic end-to-end optimization across all customer channels. This work requires strong analytical and story-telling skills, the ability to build close partnerships with other functions, and a focus on executing best-in-class customer experience while delivering/exceeding financial targets. The OMNI Inventory Management Planner will own pre-season planning and in-season yield management through hindsight, buy-planning, financial target setting, monthly forecasting, commercial plan alignment, pricing, and basics management while creating strategic alignment across cross-functional teams, markets, and channels
Planner, Merchandise Planning oversees multiple departments with the below responsibilities:
*For eligible employees
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