Gap Inc. Job Description
Gap Inc. is one of the world’s largest specialty retailers, with approximately 3,100 stores and fiscal 2009 revenues of $14.2 billion. We operate five of the most recognized apparel brands in the world — Gap, Banana Republic, Old Navy, Piperlime and Athleta.
Every day, we look for new ways to connect with customers around the world, provide value to our shareholders and make a positive contribution in the communities where we do business.
Gap Inc. Duties and Responsibilities
- Facilities Maintenance Manager
The Facilities Maintenance Manager direct reporting responsibility for all campus Maintenance supervisors as well as indirect responsibility for non-exempt employees as well as campus responsibilities; establish clear performance objectives utilizing IDP and PPA tools; insure expectations are consistent across campus, yet address specific facility needs; provide training across campus to address individual development needs; develop succession plan for Maintenance; support campus construction projects by acting as local coordinator for general contractor and Divisional Engineering Project Manager; identify facility design issues and present alternate solutions with cost models; review project progress to recognize and resolve safety, schedule, and quality or cost issues; provide business partners with project updates; leverage campus Maintenance personnel to address current needs of each facility; oversee maintenance of campus equipment to maximize product warranties and uptime; establish preventative maintenance programs to maximize reliability and to achieve or exceed life expectancies; analyze and communicate performance results relative to key performance indicators; benchmark performance of each facility to identify areas and establish methods of improvement; oversee grounds and facility maintenance for campus; identify and coordinate necessary improvements, such as painting, landscaping, paving, etc; define scope of janitorial work with business partners at each facility; develop schedule and oversee quality of work; develop Maintenance budget for campus that is cost effective and provides high level of customer service; monitor spending to budget, and take appropriate action related to attaining budget; manage the bid process for campus services and leverage the purchasing power across the campus to achieve economies of scale; ensure parts purchases and services fall within budget guidelines; oversee common CMMS for campus; audit CMMS system and physical inventories to ensure proper accountability for parts expenses; act as project manager for major material handling renovations and facility layout changes; establish common procedures for processing project requests across the campus; partner with business partners to prioritize projects and communicate status updates; deploy campus resources within Maintenance to ensure timely completion of projects; partner with Engineering to test and assess new technologies; complete ROI justifications for proposed Capital expenditures relative to Maintenance; and ensure effective communications-up, down and across the business.
Facilities Maintenance Manager Salary: No data available
- Human Resources Generalist
The Human Resources Generalist should interact daily with associates to ensure an open line of communication is maintained in order to identify and address any issues, needs and/or concerns; provide quality frontline HR customer service to employees and business partners in the OFC HR Center and the OCC; coach and facilitate leadership regarding effective communication, policy/practice, and the resolution of issues; conduct investigations regarding discrimination, sexual harassment, workplace violence, and other high-risk issues; liaison with Corporate Relations on high-risk issues and initiatives; identify and implement ER best practices; complete special projects and stretch assignments as required; ensure effective communications-up, down and across the business; identify and conduct appropriate Learning and Development workshops for our leadership team; develop and implement positive employee relations strategies in order to ensure all facilities represent an employer of choice; facilitate roundtables and other proactive employee relations sessions; capture and analyze data (i.e., roundtable, exit interview, turnover, and EOS) to identify trends and recommend changes; gatekeeper for fair and consistent application of policy and procedure; facilitate special projects related to policy development, including training and education resource tools regarding HR compliance issues; ensure compliance with state and federal employment laws and provide appropriate communication/education for business partners regarding new regulations; and daily interaction with all levels of the leadership team, business partners and peers at all GID Distribution, Contact Centers, Headquarters, and other GAP facilities as necessary.
Human Resources Generalist Salary: No data available
- Loss Prevention Agent One
The Loss Prevention Agent One should contribute to shortage reduction/ Investigations; responsible for conducting Inventory Control Audits in the following areas: Cross-dock, Shipping, Receiving, trailer documentation, quality control and pick accuracy, If applicable – E-Commerce system audits, Refunds/Returns, Missing Packages, Fraud/Charge backs; responsible for initiating internal and external investigations based off the above audit results and/or received information from floor associates; responsible for conducting all shortage related audits located in the LP Shortage database; monitor associate, vendor and visitor entrances and exits from the buildings; assure that all contractors and visitors are signed in and escorted to work areas; conduct bag checks on all associates, vendors and visitors entering and leaving the building; assist in Fire, Tornado and Earthquake evacuations by showing the evacuation routes and shelters to associates; responsible for keeping the facility secure during non-operational hours; monitor and respond to facility alarms; monitor facilities’/campus’ CCTV system; maintain communications with the Loss Prevention and Facility Management; complete all assigned daily, weekly and monthly responsibilities; assist in operational audit process; control all overnight and closed shift trailer activity. Signing and accepting paperwork, logging in trailer information and submitting paperwork on next available shift; responsible for work assigned posts such as: receiving- Verification of seal chain of custody and ensure the bills of lading are properly received and stamped in the absence of receiving personnel; shipping- Checking bills of lading against trailer and seal numbers assuring that the shipments have proper documentation; warehouse floor- Patrolling, supervising sub-ordinates; assisting the department in all aspects of Loss Prevention; train new associates and Contract Security Officers; perform shortage research and generate incident reports; will have daily interaction with Loss Prevention Associates and Management; frequent communication with Facility Management and associates; and works closely with LP Investigators and assists with mentoring of new LP Agents.
Loss Prevention Agent One Salary: No data available
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