40 hours

Data Analyst


An exciting opportunity has arisen to work for the surf & lifestyle brand O'Neill as a Data Analyst E-Commerce in the Netherlands (Warmond - nearby Leiden). 

As our Data Analyst E-Commerce, you are representing the voice of the ONeill.com customers. You make it measurable and insightful how our audience is surfing around our website. In an ocean full of data, you are able to make rock-solid analyses.

You will be part of the E-Commerce team, which is responsible for all ONeill.com websites in Europe. As our Data Analyst, you have a facilitating role towards the rest of the team (e.g. website development and visual merchandising), translating your findings into commercial actions that add value to the business.

This is a great opportunity if you want to be in control of the data stream from start to end. You will be taking care of tracking implementations, running A/B tests and analyses, and presenting your ideas to deliver value.

Are you the Data Analyst that likes to work in a young, energetic, informal, international and sporty environment? Then we are looking for you!

The job:

As our Data Analyst you will track and analyze all commercial data streams for ONeill.com, with the aim to provide the E-Commerce team with commercial insights that add value to the business. 

Key accountabilities:

You support the right business decision making by:

  • Creating and implementing measurement plans to measure all digital activity and track the right KPIs;
  • Formulating and validating hypotheses through A/B testing;
  • Sharing results and findings to key stakeholders in an understandable way (e.g. through dashboards);
  • Prioritizing business opportunities based on their commercial impact.

You analyze traffic, sales data and consumer behavior to provide insights, such that:

  • Tracking scripts are working correctly (Google Analytics 360, Facebook Pixel, etc);
  • Data streams are connected to create a 360 degrees view of our customers;
  • Commercial opportunities are identified (e.g. buying patterns, audience definitions, etc);
  • Genuine processes, such as reporting, are highly automated;
  • Data is being collected in a GDPR-compliant way;
  • External parties and agencies are managed and involved.

Who are you?

We are looking for an energetic and well-organized Data Analyst with a passion for technology, fashion and sports and with 2-5 years relevant work experience.

Further, you preferably have:

  • Bachelor’s degree in E-Commerce or IT;
  • Experience managing large datasets and setting up dashboards (e.g. Google Data Studio);
  • Experience with Google Analytics and Tag Manager;
  • Proficient with A/B testing software (e.g. Google Optimize / Optimizely)
  • Proficiency with BigQuery and customer data platforms is a plus;
  • Strong English skills (in writing and speaking).

You have both a strong commercially driven attitude as a numerical/analytical mind. With qualities such as result oriented, customer knowledge, market knowledge and analytical skills you can show your added value within the E-Commerce team.

Whom will you work for? 

O’Neill, the original California surf, snow and lifestyle brand, was founded in 1952 when a young man named Jack O’Neill took his unstoppable passion for surfing and used it to battle Mother Nature by inventing the wetsuit. He “just wanted to surf longer”. Jack’s initial vision of producing functional and innovative board riding products continues to lie at the core of everything the company does. Even today, our collection of casual, swim and active wear is inspired by our love for the ocean.

What do we offer?

  • A challenging position in an international, dynamic and young environment
  • Short communication lines and a creative place to work
  • Health & Wellbeing program, for example HIIT & Yoga opportunities in the office
  • Monday Morning Moment which include a nice breakfast
  • Your own department fish in our O'Neill aquarium
  • 25% staff discount

Please send in your resume and motivation letter by using the apply button below.

Acquisition as a result of this vacancy is not appreciated.