A great role for an HRIS Analytics Lead now exists at a leading professional services business (Management Consultancy). Whilst based in the West Midlands, this role allows for complete home working. This varied role will see you support their HR Operations team across MI and HRIS (Workday). The role duties will split into key areas, for the systems side you will be a primary contact and super-user for queries on their core HR system (Workday), acting as system administrator, supporting implementation of new functionality and advising on module upgrades, controlling user access, managing data flows in and out of the system and ensuring data accuracy and data protection compliance. Provide training, coaching and supporting users within HR and the wider business on the system functions. MI: producing regular and ad-hoc HR MI reporting including: being the first point of contact for all HR MI-related queries and requests, designing, producing, analysing and reviewing HR MI (both ad-hoc and regular) providing information and data, on request. You will support the specification, testing and implementation of system updates and changes and liaise with the 3rd party system providers, coordinating the reporting and resolution of issues raised by users, and acting as a bridge between the firm's IT department and the wider HR team and support the provision of people data and any other requested MI. You will manage a Tier 1 support team, who provide a global response to system queries and user help desk issues.
As a result the firm is looking to meet candidates from a strong Workday and MI background (a degree in either Computer Science or a Business Administration is highly advantageous), with experience of troubleshooting system issues, identifying root causes and working through to resolutions within Workday, applying a high level of numeracy with excellent attention to detail. Understanding of the role of HRIS in a large organisation and of how effective management information and systems can enhance HR's value to the business. You will need advanced MS Office skills (to include advanced Excel and PowerPoint) together with strong reporting skills, with an aptitude for producing clear and effective MI. As you'll interact with a large number of internal stakeholders, excellent interpersonal and client service skills are required with a proven ability to communicate at all levels, both written and spoken, with individuals and larger groups and the ability to explain and present technical information to non-experts and support and coach users on Workday. Previous experience of managing a local or remote support team is essential as is advanced knowledge of Workday as a super-user or systems administrator.
As mentioned above, this role offers complete remote working, with the caveat that the job holder must be able to attend (at short notice) business meetings in their Coventry offices.
All candidates must be able to provide (on request) proof they have right to live and work unrestricted in the UK
Please contact Peter Francis at Frazer Jones for more information
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