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Financial Analyst, Gap Inc.


San Francisco, United States


Executive / Coordinator





Full-time, Salary Unspecified

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Job Description

In this role, you will play a key role in several financial reporting/planning processes. You will be responsible for supporting the budgeting and forecasting process across departments (e.g. Marketing, Design, Creative, Human Resources, Finance, and Legal) with a focus on evaluating major expense lines in each department. The Financial Analyst will act as the day-to-day liaison between Finance and several functional areas within the Company. In this capacity, specific tasks will include reviewing and validating monthly P&L’s, generating journal entries, identifying and researching significant variances, and communicating critical issues to the FP&A team. You will participate in the creation of monthly and quarterly management reports for distribution to Management. You will play a key role in ad hoc projects. Such projects can range from multi-departmental, long-term partnerships to short-term, one-off assignments. The Financial Analyst will often act as the representative for FP&A on these project teams. The Financial Analyst will generate new ideas and creative solutions to increase the efficiency, productivity, and impact of the FP&A team within the Company.

Who you are

  • BA/BS degree required with a minimum of 2 years of relevant experience
  • Solid finance/accounting background and strong analytical and modeling skills
  • Experience in retail finance preferred, specifically from a vertical specialty retailer
  • Must demonstrate analytical and detail oriented skills
  • Advanced Excel modeling skills are required
  • Knowledge of Oracle Financials/Hyperion” is a plus
  • Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills are a must as this position will interact with numerous functional areas within the Company

About Us

Doris and Don Fisher opened the first Gap store in 1969 with a simple idea — to make it easier to find a pair of jeans and a commitment to do more. Over the last 46 years, the company has grown from a single store to a global fashion business with five brands — Gap, Banana Republic, Old Navy, Athleta and Intermix.

Gap's clothes are available in 90 countries worldwide through 3,300 company-operated stores, almost 400 franchise stores, and e-commerce sites and is still growing.