Farfetch exists for the love of fashion. We believe in empowering individuality. Our mission is to be the global technology platform for luxury fashion, connecting creators, curators and consumers.
We’re on a mission to build the technology that powers the global platform for luxury fashion. We operate a modular end-to-end technology platform purpose-built to connect the luxury fashion ecosystem worldwide, addressing complex challenges and enjoying it.
We’re empowered to break traditions and disrupt, with the freedom and autonomy to make a real impact for our customers all over the world.
Our London office is located in Old Street, London’s tech hub, home to a broad range of teams including Commercial, Marketing, and Product.
We have large open plan spaces and a feature staircase connecting our 3 floors, encouraging our collaborative and open culture.
We also have a big outdoor terrace where we can have lunch and host social events when the sun comes out!
Data is one of Farfetch’s strategic pillars, and our data teams are at the heart of everything we do with data. Their purpose spans building and scaling our data platform, capturing and curating our data assets, and harnessing the power of Farfetch’s data to deliver reports, insights and power data-driven systems that both support business decisions and uncover new ways to amaze our customers.
The teams are committed into turning the company into THE global platform for luxury fashion. We are constantly looking for brilliant people who thrive on the challenges that a fast growing, data-driven company faces on its journey to be a market leader.
In this demanding but pivotal role, you’ll be part of a small team whose mission is to maximize the value and promise of Farfetch’s data and make it ubiquitously available and valuable across the business.
Engaging widely with stakeholders, customers and colleagues across all departments and geographies, you’ll help define, articulate and drive our data architecture including logical and physical models, MDM, meta- and reference-data strategies, source data design, governance and documentation.
The location of the role can be discussed.
What you'll do
g. GDPR) whilst ensuring the needs of the business continue to be met.
Including helping create rich and useful data dictionaries and business glossaries.
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