Fossil Technical Data Analyst in Corporate, Texas

Job Title:

Technical Data Analyst

Your Role:

As the Technical Data Analyst, you will play a key role in improving, standardizing, and maintaining the quality of our corporate data assets. This position is part of our IT Department in Richardson, TX and reports to a Sr. Solution Manager - Marketing.

In this role, you will directly impact data-driven decision-making throughout our company by providing accurate and clean data to decision makers. You will be responsible for analyzing, debugging, accurately classifying, and standardizing data sets. You will also serve as a “data detective” to identify and resolve anomalies across transactional, reference, and master data. You will collaborate with business teams to help establish standards for data governance and stewardship.

Get To Know Us:

Fossil Group, Inc. is a global design, marketing and distribution company specializing in consumer lifestyle and fashion accessories. In a word, we’re innovators (and proud of it). In 1984, we were a small watch business with five employees. Today, under a diverse portfolio of proprietary and licensed brands, we offer watches, jewelry, handbags, small leather goods and, most recently, wearables. With our newest owned brand, Misfit, we are uniquely positioned to lead the convergence of style and technology in the high-growth connected space. Our strategic channels of distribution include department stores, specialty stores, eCommerce websites and more than 600 company-owned and operated retail stores. Find even more information, including press releases and SEC filings, at



Job Status:

Full Time

Brand Name:


Your Skills:

Aligning with Fossil’s core values, we are looking for someone who:

  • Develops strong partnerships across our organization

  • Brings a positive, service-oriented approach to work

  • Is driven by creating unique and efficient solutions for business challenges

  • Can articulate thoughts clearly as well as listen to and considers others’ ideas

  • Is passionate about their contribution to Fossil

  • Has a great time at work and encourages others to do the same

Your Experience:

  • You are a degreed professional with proficiency reading/writing SQL statements, extensive experience reading and interpreting data models, and experience analyzing data sets for accuracy

  • You have experience identifying data issues and have created rules/processes for data quality. You have also worked with data quality tools (we’d prefer QualityStage but are open to experience with other tools)

  • You have worked in a fast-paced software development environment (even better if it has required you to work with teams across the globe!)

  • You are able to collaborate with business teams and support their efforts by extracting and modifying data sets as needed

  • You are inquisitive, analytically-minded, and have a passion for helping organizations get the most out of their data


TX - Corporate

Accommodations Statement:

Fossil is an Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity Employer dedicated to a policy of nondiscrimination in all employment practices without regard to race, religion, color, sex (including breast feeding and related medical conditions), gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, uniform service member and veteran status, marital status, pregnancy, age, protected medical condition, genetic information, disability or any other legally protected status. Anyone requiring special accommodations to our normal application process please email and we will assist you.

Brand Highlights:

Fossil is an American watch and lifestyle brand inspired by all things curious. Since 1984, we’ve been a creative collaborative focused on authentic design, craftsmanship, and storytelling. Fossil has grown to offer watches, bags, jewelry, eyewear, and most recently wearables. With more than 400 retail stores, 4,000 wholesale locations and 13,000 employees worldwide, passion drives our curiosity and inspires us to always ask, “what’s next?”