HRIS Associate

City of London Permanent £45,000 - £52,500
  • Leading Development Finance Institution
  • 360 degree role

About Our Client

A leading Financial Services (Development Finance) firm based in the City of London.

Job Description

A HRIS Associate to:

  • Act as best practice ambassador for all of our client's HRIS and associated data management processes.
  • Update SelectHR proactively and ensuring all people changes are accompanied by appropriate documentation. All changes will be recorded accurately and in a timely fashion, whilst also being clearly communicated to the Payroll Specialist in accordance with our client's payroll timetables.
  • Act as the first technical point of contact for queries from employees using our client's self-service portal, SelectHR.
  • Provide training and accompanying materials to new HR and Business Support Team users of SelectHR.
  • Collaborate with the HR Operations and HR Business Partnering team to ensure accurate reporting lines and work-flows are maintained in SelectHR.
  • Complete regular audits of SelectHR data to support the production of first-class management information for our client's senior leadership.
  • Lead the development, introduction, and regular review of a standardised suite of SelectHR people data reporting templates for use throughout the HR department.
  • Coordinate the monthly distribution of SelectHR data to internal stakeholders as required, with regular reviews to ensure data sets received continue to best achieve their intended purpose.
  • Develop and deliver a continuous improvement plan for SelectHR and its processes, whilst suggesting opportunities for more significant developments e.g. system upgrades, expanded functionality and automation of manual elements of processes.
  • Establish and maintain excellent working relationships with our client's Business Support Team to establish an HRIS superuser group.
  • Provide project support to the Head of HR Operations and Systems including (but not limited to) organisational change, other HRIS implementation, budgeted headcount reconciliation and audit activities.
  • Respond to requests for ad-hoc people data and analysis in a timely manner as required by the department, across our client and external bodies.
  • Other duties as required.

The Successful Applicant

A HRIS Associate with robust HRIS skills and accurate record keeping experience. We want someone with a passion for accuracy and process improvement who will enjoy working in a busy team, demonstrates critical thinking in resolving problems and dealing with multiple stakeholders.Background, skills, aptitude

  • Must have suitable HRIS experience ideally from with a financial services / professional services / corporate organisation
  • Advanced MS Excel skills (Look-ups & Pivot Tables)
  • Experience in using HR systems (ideally - SelectHR, Access Recruit and Culture Amp).
  • Have demonstrable analysis and communications skills with the ability to interpret and explain complex process requirements and data sets to various level stakeholders (both internal and external); additionally able to influence them to maintain their awareness to the HR department's HRIS best practice and its rationale.
  • A proficient knowledge of various data visualisation techniques and how to translate these into actionable recommendations
  • A proven track record of delivering impact-led continuous improvements to established processes.
  • Innovation - a flare for proactive continuous improvement; developing and streamlining processes, whilst setting service standards.
  • Experience of providing an excellent HR service acting as a first point of contact for internal HRIS queries and data requests.
  • Organisational skills - ensuring HRIS updates delivered against strict and immovable deadlines for both payroll and MI reporting by planning and prioritising workload to effectively manage conflicts.
  • Problem solving - Ability to think strategically and handle non-routine problems, analysis, and decisions.
  • Experience of working in a fast-paced and rapidly professionalising environment.
  • Outstanding attention to detail, ability to work at pace, whilst scrupulously checking own work.
  • Approaches work positively and from a solutions-focused perspective, via which problems are considered opportunities for service improvement.
  • Candidates should be strongly motivated by our client's development mission and ideally demonstrate some commitment to development or social goals through previous executive or non-executive activity.

What's on Offer

A competitive base salary and total package

Adrian Dawson
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