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November 30, 2023
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Summary of the Data Analyst, Financial job at Patagonia

Patagonia is hiring a Data Analyst, Financial with 5 - 10 years of experience. Based in United States - Ventura, CA and with Hybrid ways of working. The expected salary range for this role is $105,000 - $115,000
About Patagonia

Founded by Yvon Chouinard in 1973, Patagonia is an outdoor apparel company based in Ventura, California. A certified B-Corporation, Patagonia’s mission is to save our home planet.

The company is recognized internationally for its commitment to authentic product quality and environmental activism, donating 1% of sales annually, contributing over $100 million in grants and in-kind donations since 1985.

We’re always looking for motivated people to join us in our retail stores; at our Ventura, California headquarters; Reno, Nevada Service Center; and occasionally in our overseas offices. 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.

Data Analyst, Financial job description

The Global Financial Data Analyst plays a lead role in ensuring data integrity and insightful reporting for the Global Planning team. By building regular reports and determining how best to address ad-hoc questions through data, they will derive key insights and advocate for specific actions required to craft an efficient Global Integrated Business Planning Process.

Responsibilities include determining appropriate data sources, consolidating, and organizing data into clear stories. They will be responsible for prioritizing reporting requests from a multitude of stakeholders, including Business Units (BU) and Product Finance. They will also determine the best formats and data points to create standardized reporting views that speak to the needs of those groups. Critical thinking will be a key attribute for validating data accuracy in TM1 models and troubleshooting data issues independently. They will partner with the Global Merchandise Finance and Planning Lead to set the cadence of, and build process around, regular inventory analysis and sporadic deep-dive reports. They will propose and complete special projects and ad-hoc analysis related to the rollout of the Global IBP process. The ideal candidate will demonstrate a keen understanding of the role data plays in driving Global IBP strategy.

What You’ll Do

Global Integrated Business Planning Process

  • Consult with BUs and Product Finance to determine pre-season & in-season data/reporting needs and the most impactful ways to deliver the requested information and insights. Evaluate and recommend priorities for action to the Global Merch Finance & Planning Lead.
  • From on-going seasonal consultations, build a library of standardized and self-service reporting views that fulfill existing BU reporting needs and anticipate future requirements.
  • Validate data accuracy in TM1 models & troubleshoot data issues.
  • Manage the Global Integrated Business Planning Calendar; proactively addressing any issues/conflicts which may cause delays, ensuring calendar remains accurate and up-to-date.
  • Facilitate monthly global S&OP process by building inventory analysis reports for Global Merch Finance & Planning Lead. From ad-hoc requests, make recommendations and enhancements related to on-going inventory analysis.
  • Take on special projects, make recommendations, and build buy-in related to the Global IBP process rollout, including IBP training materials development, updated communications, follow-ups on data submission deadlines.

Key Deliverables

  • Validated data to inform Global Financial Plans and Models
  • Library of standardized reports to inform BU leads and Global team
  • Monthly Global S&OP preparation
  • Accurate Global Integrated Planning Calendar
  • Ad-hoc analyses (as requested)
  • Ownership of special projects
Data Analyst, Financial job requirements

Who You Are

  • Accurate: impeccable attention to detail and completely comfortable checking your own work
  • Effective Communicator – ability to consistently communicate, accurately relay pertinent information to others, and follow up between external and internal parties
  • Nimble – able to handle multiple tasks and meet required deadlines
  • Proactive & Prescient – Anticipate an opportunity, question, or answer before it happens….and get after it without being told.
  • Confident: you prioritize well; you’re comfortable forming and sharing opinions
  • Dynamic: you bring enthusiasm and passion for our work of saving our home planet
  • Resilient: you’re tolerant of ambiguity and happy working in an evolving environment

Experience You Bring

  • 5+ years of data management, financial analysis and reporting experience (preferably within a planning or finance environment in the retail consumer products sector)
  • College degree in a related field, Commerce or Business Administration
  • Exceptional analytical and modelling skills with experience in data consolidation and reporting
  • Proficiency in data validation and troubleshooting techniques is necessary to ensure data accuracy
  • Strong attention to detail, organizational skills, and the ability to prioritize multiple requests are important in managing data integrity and supporting reporting needs.
  • Effective communication and collaboration skills are also necessary for working with cross-functional teams and stakeholders.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Knowledge of financial planning systems, such as TM1, is valuable
  • Expert knowledge of Excel is required with a proficiency in Tableau and PowerPoint
What we offer at Patagonia

Hiring range: $105,000-$115,000

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About Our Company

Founded by Yvon Chouinard in 1973, Patagonia is an outdoor apparel company based in Ventura, California. A certified B-Corporation, Patagonia’s mission is to save our home planet.

The company is recognized internationally for its commitment to authentic product quality and environmental activism, donating 1% of sales annually, contributing over $100 million in grants and in-kind donations since 1985.

We’re always looking for motivated people to join us in our retail stores; at our Ventura, California headquarters; Reno, Nevada Service Center; and occasionally in our overseas offices. 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.

Job Description & Responsibilities

The Global Financial Data Analyst plays a lead role in ensuring data integrity and insightful reporting for the Global Planning team. By building regular reports and determining how best to address ad-hoc questions through data, they will derive key insights and advocate for specific actions required to craft an efficient Global Integrated Business Planning Process.

Responsibilities include determining appropriate data sources, consolidating, and organizing data into clear stories. They will be responsible for prioritizing reporting requests from a multitude of stakeholders, including Business Units (BU) and Product Finance. They will also determine the best formats and data points to create standardized reporting views that speak to the needs of those groups. Critical thinking will be a key attribute for validating data accuracy in TM1 models and troubleshooting data issues independently. They will partner with the Global Merchandise Finance and Planning Lead to set the cadence of, and build process around, regular inventory analysis and sporadic deep-dive reports. They will propose and complete special projects and ad-hoc analysis related to the rollout of the Global IBP process. The ideal candidate will demonstrate a keen understanding of the role data plays in driving Global IBP strategy.

What You’ll Do

Global Integrated Business Planning Process

  • Consult with BUs and Product Finance to determine pre-season & in-season data/reporting needs and the most impactful ways to deliver the requested information and insights. Evaluate and recommend priorities for action to the Global Merch Finance & Planning Lead.
  • From on-going seasonal consultations, build a library of standardized and self-service reporting views that fulfill existing BU reporting needs and anticipate future requirements.
  • Validate data accuracy in TM1 models & troubleshoot data issues.
  • Manage the Global Integrated Business Planning Calendar; proactively addressing any issues/conflicts which may cause delays, ensuring calendar remains accurate and up-to-date.
  • Facilitate monthly global S&OP process by building inventory analysis reports for Global Merch Finance & Planning Lead. From ad-hoc requests, make recommendations and enhancements related to on-going inventory analysis.
  • Take on special projects, make recommendations, and build buy-in related to the Global IBP process rollout, including IBP training materials development, updated communications, follow-ups on data submission deadlines.

Key Deliverables

  • Validated data to inform Global Financial Plans and Models
  • Library of standardized reports to inform BU leads and Global team
  • Monthly Global S&OP preparation
  • Accurate Global Integrated Planning Calendar
  • Ad-hoc analyses (as requested)
  • Ownership of special projects

Requirements

Who You Are

  • Accurate: impeccable attention to detail and completely comfortable checking your own work
  • Effective Communicator – ability to consistently communicate, accurately relay pertinent information to others, and follow up between external and internal parties
  • Nimble – able to handle multiple tasks and meet required deadlines
  • Proactive & Prescient – Anticipate an opportunity, question, or answer before it happens….and get after it without being told.
  • Confident: you prioritize well; you’re comfortable forming and sharing opinions
  • Dynamic: you bring enthusiasm and passion for our work of saving our home planet
  • Resilient: you’re tolerant of ambiguity and happy working in an evolving environment

Experience You Bring

  • 5+ years of data management, financial analysis and reporting experience (preferably within a planning or finance environment in the retail consumer products sector)
  • College degree in a related field, Commerce or Business Administration
  • Exceptional analytical and modelling skills with experience in data consolidation and reporting
  • Proficiency in data validation and troubleshooting techniques is necessary to ensure data accuracy
  • Strong attention to detail, organizational skills, and the ability to prioritize multiple requests are important in managing data integrity and supporting reporting needs.
  • Effective communication and collaboration skills are also necessary for working with cross-functional teams and stakeholders.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Knowledge of financial planning systems, such as TM1, is valuable
  • Expert knowledge of Excel is required with a proficiency in Tableau and PowerPoint

What we offer

Hiring range: $105,000-$115,000

Apply now

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