HR Analyst

Job details

Posted Thursday 21 March 2024
Salary £33,000-£36,000
Location Reading
Job type Permanent
Reference 3182
Recruiter Name Jodie Hayden
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HRIS Analyst, £33,000-£36,000, Reading, Hybrid Working


An introduction to the company and role:

I have partnered with a large education provider in the Berkshire area and they are looking for an experienced HRIS Analyst to join their team. The ideal candidate will have been working within an HR environment working on data and systems analysis, have a good understanding of HR information systems (HRIS), and will be able to maintain high data integrity. The main responsibilities in the role will be to develop and implement HR operational service improvements, and to provide senior stakeholders with global data driven analysis.


Why would you want to work with this organisation?

  • Hybrid Working (2/3 days WFH)
  • 30 days holiday + BH
  • Own the role
  • Make it your own
  • Discounted gym membership
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Study support
  • 6% matched pension scheme
  • Retail discounts
  • Health care cash plan


What will be the responsibilities in this role?

This role would report into the Head of HR and some of the responsibilities will include:

  • Building regular global and dashboards
  • Identifying and analysing areas for improvement
  • Undertake trend analysis
  • Producing regular reports and conducting data audits
  • Leading and supporting on HR projects with planning, testing and implementation
  • Acting as a main port of contact for any systems related queries
  • Lead on the development and implementation of processes
  • Work with the L&D team, making recommendations
  • Support pay reviews and benchmarking


What experience do you need?

With a background of working in HR already gained you will need to be CIPD qualified (ideally level 5 or 7 or studying towards this level). In addition, the company are seeking someone with:

  • Experience of working HR information systems
  • Experience of training HR systems users
  • UK Employment Law knowledge
  • Strong communication skills and an understanding of people analytics
  • Experience of data analysis including report writing
  • Advanced data visualisation tools (Power Bi)


What about you? What other things are they looking for?

The business is looking for someone engaging – someone able to build relationships across the whole of business. They are keen to have someone who is customer centric, who can build trust and partner effectively and is a true team player. This means you would need to be someone with good communication skills, a willingness to be patient and communicate effectively.


Next Steps…

If this role of interest to you and you have the required skills or know someone with skills that would be interested, then please click apply or email