Analyst, Global Merchandise Planning, Women's Bras/Underwear, Gap Brand

  • Assist in the development, execution and communication of style level plans and strategies that support the merchandising, marketing, and financial objective of a department/class
  • Analyze historical data and current trends.
  • Identify risks and opportunities to department or class based on bottoms up analysis
  • Solicit ideas for issue resolution.
  • Participate in formulation of bottoms up pre-season strategy with merchant and planner.
  • Assist inrecapping and reviewing actual sales performance weekly/monthly to plan.
  • Re-project in-season sales and inventories on a weekly/monthly basis at a style level.
  • Develop ad-hoc reporting as required
  • Re-forecast sales and manage inventory at a style level
  • Execute testing protocol and meet cross functional milestones
  • Communicate financial results to manager and functional team on a weekly basis.
  • Provide manager and planner with timely feedback on personal developmental and training needs.
  • Actively participate in company sponsored training programs.
  • Able to build and maintain productive relationships with planning and cross-functional teams
  • Able to organize and prioritize workload to meet deadlines
  • Demonstrates logical analysis and problem solving skills
  • Possesses an ability to understand financial measurements and how to impact them
  • Demonstrates strong listening, written and oral communication skills
  • Able to build and maintain productive relationships
  • Possess a 'can-do' attitude



  • Bachelors degree or equivalent experience required
  • 1-2 years analytical experience
  • Intermediate to advanced excel skills

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