Sr. Manager – Web/app Analytics, Product Management Jobs in Folsom, CA at Gap
Title: Sr. Manager – Web/app Analytics, Product Management
Location: Folsom, CA
Salary: $100K — $150K *
Category: Retail & Consumer Goods
ABOUT THE ROLE
We are in an exciting stage of evolution as the rules of the retail industry are changing rapidly. We must deliver tangible value to our global company in every stage of our product lifecycle. The Gap Inc Product Management organization will do this through the relentless pursuit of great software experiences while considering operating advantage and positive community impact. The work impacts millions of customers worldwide that love our iconic brands of Gap, Banana Republic, Old Navy, and Athleta.
At Gap Inc, almost all our applications are homegrown, and we, therefore, collaborate in the full ideation and development of our capabilities from Supply Chain, Reporting, and Internal Operations, to our Website, Fulfillment, and Customer Experience. We have roles open in many areas of the Product to Market cycle and you will partner with business leaders and a global engineering team to build custom software that powers a $16 billion Fortune 500 Company. We’re looking for the people who’ll help make our next decade just as revolutionary as our first five.
As a Senior Product Manager, you will help define the product roadmap by working with your product management counterparts and leaders to identify and drive forward new capabilities. You will collaborate with dependent product teams to ensure that the end to end implementation journey is thorough and thoughtful. You will write robust requirements, prioritize the backlog across different features and apps, and work closely with the engineering teams to deliver and test quality software.
The role requires a strong product mindset; a combination of business savvy, customer centricity and technical knowledge. We are looking for experienced product managers that have an inquisitive nature and want to solve complex business and customer problems without boundaries.
Responsible for multiple product development lifecycles and prioritizes across broad initiatives with complex scope; Conducts analysis to measure the results of feature deployments to quantify the business benefit/impact, and identify further business opportunities.
Identifies new opportunities and develop technology solutions that drive value for Gap Inc., including analyzing competitors and market trends and evaluating new technologies and finding a vendor that supports the future vision
Builds trust, establishes rapport, with stakeholders, cross-functional teams and user base; Helps mentor and provide guidance to other passionate product managers in the team
Manages multi-phase roadmaps across many capabilities both functional and technical
Anticipates user needs and desired outcomes and articulates impact across products; Ensure strong measurement and quantitative understanding of services – opportunities, benefits achieved customer pain points.
Works with business and other Product teams to develop or modify processes, supporting post-launch change management efforts, as needed.
Articulates product needs clearly and succinctly to different audiences and cross-functional partners
WHO YOU ARE
6+ years of experience in a digital product management environment, in a business (customer) or technical capacity.
Experience working with tag management or web analytics reporting and platforms – Tealium, Adobe Analytics, Amplitude is a plus
Demonstrated technical acumen; ability to influence and debate solutions with technical team members, …
The Gap, Inc., commonly known as Gap Inc. or Gap, is an American worldwide clothing and accessories retailer. Gap was founded in 1969 by Donald Fisher and Doris F. Fisher and is headquartered in San Francisco, California. The company operates six primary divisions: Gap, Banana Republic, Old Navy, Intermix, Hill City, and Athleta. Gap Inc. is the largest specialty retailer in the United States, and is 3rd in total international locations, behind Inditex Group and H&M. As of September 2008, the company has approximately 135,000 employees and operates 3,727 stores worldwide, of which 2,406 are located in the U.S. The Fisher family remains deeply involved in the company, collectively owning much of its stock. Donald Fisher served as chairman of the board until 2004, playing a role in the ouster of then-CEO Millard Drexler in 2002, and remained on the board until his death on September 27, 2009. Fisher's wife and their son, Robert J. Fisher, also serve on Gap's board of directors. Robert succeeded his father as chairman in 2004 and also served as CEO on an interim basis following the resignation of Paul Pressler in 2007, before being succeeded by Glenn K. Murphy up until 2014. From February 2015 to November 2019, Art Peck was CEO of Gap Inc, until he was replaced by Sonia Syngal in March 2020.