Ascena Retail Group, Inc. (NASDAQ - ASNA), is a leading national specialty retailer of apparel for women, tween girls and boys, operating through a family of wholly-owned subsidiary brands: dressbarn, maurices, Justice, Lane Bryant, and Catherines. The Company operates over 3,800 stores throughout the United States, Puerto Rico and Canada, with approximately $4 billion in revenue. Although each brand is truly unique, we all share a common goal—We make people feel good about themselves. By offering an engaging customer experience and the latest fashions at a great value, we help our customers look and feel their very best!
At ascena, talented people are our greatest asset. In return for your talent and hard work, we offer career development, excellent benefits, a competitive compensation package and generous merchandise discounts across our brands.
Accounting Analysts (multiple areas including Accounts Payable and Payroll) - 2 positions available
Ascena is seeking seasoned resources with demonstrated Analytical Skills and Systems Aptitude to work in a fast paced Shared Service environment supporting Accounts Payable and Payroll Processing.
Qualified candidates must have a 4 year Accounting degree and at least 1 year experience in an Analyst role.
We are also looking for candidates with the following:
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- Systems experience and aptitude. Must have the following experience: Excel, PowerPoint, and ERP systems. ADP experience a plus for the Payroll Analyst position.
- Demonstrated collaboration skills. Ability to work with various Brand and Shared Service leads and stakeholders and other resources.
- Outstanding leadership and teamwork skills. Ability to work well with all Brand and Shared Service associates and other team members.
- Excellent Communication skills (verbal and written). Ability to articulate potentially complex system and process components into user friendly terms.
Tween Brands - 18 months ago
Ascena Retail Group (formerly Dress Barn, Inc.) has left the farm for greener -- but not leaner -- retail pastures. The apparel and...