Product Manager II, Product Management, Supply Chain and Product Operations


The Product Operations Product Management group designs, creates, and implements costing, assorting, planning, allocation, price and logistics capabilities that enable Gap Inc. to manage business and maximize profitability throughout the product lifecycle. Projects are designed to create sustainable competitive advantages that generate significant financial return and enhance the customer experience. The Product Manager II role will work to drive the strategy and implementation for new initiatives and the optimization of new and existing processes within Gap Inc. This person will partner with cross functional leadership teams and with Gap Inc. teams on inventory management and logistics business intelligence projects.

Major Responsibilities Include:

Responsible for multiple projects aimed at delivering best of class business intelligence solutions for both inventory management and logistics

Develop key initiatives into strategies and strategies into results through structured approach, rigorous analysis, and proactive communication

Partner in the development and implementation of supply chain, inventory management, and logistics initiatives that support overall company and brand objectives

Partner with the business to identify opportunities in current systems and process and create requirements for functional changes to maximize returns on application development efforts

Maintain and prioritize a backlog of work items for multiple inventory management systems

Work with an application development team to communicate business requirements in order to manage resources and allowing for efficient and timely development

Proactively and effectively communicate changes to systems and tools to affected groups

Identify and quantify methodology differences and impacts between current and future processes and systems

Provide research, analysis, and support for identifying, evaluating, and resolving strategic opportunities

Build relationships with key business partners and other brand stakeholders

Develop and manage project plans and key stake holder engagement strategy on all initiatives

Bring form and structure to ambiguous situations

Develop in-depth knowledge of industry trends to introduce continual process, tool and methodology improvements



Qualifications & Job Requirements

Professional Experience:

2-4 year work experience required

Experience developing and working with business intelligence tools and approaches

Experience in supply chain management / inventory management / logistics preferred

Experience on projects with complex scope and with system and process implementations in the retail


Ability to travel (up to 50%) to DC campus locations to support deployment, training and change management for Logistics BI capabilities


Demonstrated analytical and problem solving skills

Experience with strategic and quantitative analysis – ability to gather and interpret data

Strong research sources and modeling techniques

Strong oral, written, and formal presentation skills and the ability to communicate complex ideas in simple ways to all levels of the organization

Strong strategic thinking skills with ability to perform analysis at a low level of detail

Execution and results focused, with emphasis on on-time delivery, ability to structure complex work streams and work independently and with teams


BA/BS with emphasis on quantitative skills in economics, industrial engineering, business, mathematics or computer science

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