Patagonia is an outdoor apparel company founded in 1973. At a time when all life on earth is under threat of extinction, we aim to use the resources we have—our business, our investments, our voice and our imagination—to influence changes needed to protect our planet. A registered B Corporation and founding member of 1% for the Planet, Patagonia is recognised internationally for its commitment to product quality and environmental activism, contributing over $145 million in grants and in-kind donations to thousands of grassroots environmental groups around the world.
We are in business to save our home planet. You’ll be helping us achieve this by by being responsible for participating at an intermediate level in all phases of the development and maintenance of our data warehouse architecture and related tools. You’ll be in charge of keeping our systems running smooth and ensuring a scalable, stable and reliable IT environment.
The Data Engineer also supports in issue resolution that arise across the organization, with both business and technical IT knowledge and has the ability to manage and communicate to shareholders in different levels of the organization.
• Advise the organization on best practices in Business Intelligence and Data Analytics and provide solicited and unsolicited advices to data and reporting community.
• Review and support with systems and users’ documentations while supporting with internal training, when applicable.
• Participate in design and architecture sessions with business and system analysts, reviewing documented business processes and gathering and documenting system requirements.
• Build and configure data sets by normalizing transactional data into wide datasets for business reporting.
• Participate in Import and Export Master/Transactional Data activities.
• Perform and support structured end-to-end testing cycle in case of upgrades, implementations or other changes.
• Perform incidents analysis in data flow and diagnose issues and propose fixes.
• Build new dashboards and reports to provide insights to the organization on model performance and impact, leveraging Power BI and Tableau.
• Communicate and transfer knowledge to the relevant business and system analysts and other key users.
• Work with the overall IT team and external developers to plan and execute various projects as needed.
What we’re looking for:
• A love of the outdoors
• A passion for saving our home planet and making a positive impact through your work
• Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or related field and 3-4 years of working experience in SQL and Reporting
• Understanding of data warehousing techniques and concepts
• Good level of knowledge of Microsoft SQL services and technologies (SSIS, SSAS, SSRS and SQL Server 2012+)
• Proficient with developing, deploying and customizing data pipelines
• Demonstrated proficiency with; Microsoft .NET 3.5+ development, C# or Python
• Proficient with ANSI SQL Language, Snowflake, MSSQL
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English
• Strong understanding of and ability to configure security groups, roles and teams
• Able to work independently and to collaborate across the organization
It’s a plus if you also have the following:
• Exposed to DevOps processes and DBT (Data build tool)
Other important details:
• This is a full time position, based in Amsterdam.
• We have a hybrid work model, working from home for maximum 3 days per week.
• We strive to make unbiased decisions and to offer a great experience to every person who applies for a role at Patagonia. Our interviews include standardised questions that focus on the aspects that are important for success in the role. For some roles there will also be a practical assignment, where you can showcase your skills.
Note: Below is only an indicative list and may change at the time an offer of employment is made.
• Events and workshops with environmentalists, change-makers, educators and sports ambassadors
• Taking part in employee-lead groups such as Sports, Internal Communications, Footprint, Pride, Pata Parents and Events, or create your own!
• Ongoing unique learning and development opportunities such as our own programme Earth University and workshops in anti-racism, core sports, among others.
• Possibility to apply for an Environmental Internship (spending time away from your regular job to work for an environmental group, while being paid your regular salary) after one year of employment
• Option to participate in our 1% for the Planet grants council, being trained and empowered to review and make funding decisions on the grant applications from environmental groups.
• We have dog-friendly offices where employees can bring their furry friend to work
• We are an activist company and have policies in place to support employees that want to engage in activism.
• All employees interns and their families have access to our Employee Assistance Programme, designed to provide third party, confidential support on a wide range of topics relating to emotional, behavioral and social challenges
• All employees and interns have access to Unmind, our workplace mental health platform
• Possibility to schedule your work hours flexibly (compensating missed hours during the week) to do volunteer work, care for loved ones, enjoy the outdoors, or spend more time to pursue your passions
• After 1 month of employment, it’s possible to work remotely from another location in EU/EEA, UK or Switzerland for up to 12 weeks per year (pro-rated for less than 1 year)
• Fully paid maternity leave (duration varies by country). After nine months of employment, we offer 12 weeks of partner leave and 12 weeks of adoptive leave. Pro-rated for part-time employees.
• Access to Patagonia discounts and sample sales, as well as discounts at other outdoor and value-aligned companies
• Plus other benefits specific to each region
At Patagonia, we commit to becoming an anti-racist company that leads by example. This means doing the work to be inclusive and equitable, across all aspects of our business.
Every person who applies to join Patagonia receives equal employment opportunities, and we value a welcoming environment where each member of our EMEA team feels included, respected and empowered, regardless of their race, colour, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, civil status, national origin, disability or age.
At Patagonia, we strive to have inclusive representation within our organisation and embrace a diverse mix of talent to contribute to our culture. We actively seek applications from Black and People of Colour (BPOC) and other underrepresented groups.
As we are in business to save our home planet, we can only do this together.
Please make sure that your CV and cover letter are in English.
Disclaimer for recruitment agencies:
Thanks for your interest in supporting us for this role, but we don’t accept unsolicited CVs from recruitment agencies
Founded in 1973, Patagonia is an outdoor apparel company based in Ventura, California. A certified B Corporation, Patagonia is in business to save our home planet. In a time when all life on earth is under threat of extinction, we aim to use the resources we have—our business, our investments, our voice and our imagination—to influence changes needed to protect our planet. The company is recognized internationally for its commitment to product quality and environmental activism, contributing over $104 million in grants and in-kind donations to date.
We’re always looking for motivated people to join us in our European offices or retail stores. We’re especially interested if you love spending as much time as possible in the mountains or the wild, feel more at home in a base camp or on the river than an office, and have a passion for something outside of yourself, whether for surfing or opera, climbing or gardening, skiing or community activism.
Learn more about who we are and apply to our positions via our website: https://eu.patagonia.com/nl/en/eu-jobs.html