West End, London
£240.96 - £280 per day
22 days ago
6 Months +
We have an exciting opportunity for an HR Information Manager to join our busy offices based in Kensington on a temporary basis for 6 months with the possibility of an extension. We are looking for someone to start ASAP, working 36 hours per week, at £240.96 p/h.
As the HR Information Manager, your main duties will include:
- To collect, compile, and analyse HR data from the Council's workforce (and elsewhere) to ensure the robust, meaningful, accurate, and timely production of HR MI reports, statistics, charts, and accompanying narratives, using information gathered from across the agreed HR database(s).
- To ensure that all HR MI analyses and outputs are devised consistently and in compliance with agreed best practice and statutory/regulatory requirements.
- To work with technical IT providers to ensure that reporting tools, databases, and other technical IT platforms are accessible, up-to-date, and meaningful for the purposes for providing timely and accurate HR MI to the Council and its managers.
- To work with IT colleagues as necessary to develop technical database reporting tools for HR MI, using standard database management techniques to ensure that data is extracted meaningfully and accurately.
- To work with IT and HR colleagues as necessary, and with any third-party providers, to ensure that non-core HR data can be reported on and analysed as required in support of the overall provision of HR MI data, particularly in the areas of payroll data and Learning & Development data.
- To ensure HR MI analyses and data manipulation does not alter or misrepresent the integrity of the source data, and that all HR MI produced by the Council can be traced back to its source.
- To ensure HR MI is presented to authorised users as an accurate representation and to eliminate or minimise the possibility of misinterpretation and misrepresentation of all HR data.
- To ensure HR MI is published across all agreed platforms in the most accessible and meaningful way for authorised users, and that published data meets agreed standards of timeliness, accuracy and completeness.
- To liaise with the Head of HR Operations and other HR SLT members, where appropriate, in interpreting HR statistics and providing accompanying commentary so that they are accurately presented to Council users.
- To represent the Council in all communications with external bodies and professional/regulatory organisations in the field of HR MI, and to ensure the Council inputs into all such bodies as appropriate.
- To continually keep the Council's HR MI requirements under review, ensuring that the provision of HR MI to users is in accordance with the Council's needs and with recognised best practice, and meets all statutory and regulatory requirements.
- To work with senior HR colleagues and members of the Executive Leadership Team to develop meaningful, comprehensive, and robust HR management data in support of corporate requirements.
- To identify and investigate HR data anomalies across key HR databases which affect the integrity of HI MI outputs, and ensure that they are satisfactorily resolved.
- To maintain appropriate archives of HR MI outputs and the underlying source data.
- To work with key HR legacy system users to obtain HR MI from legacy systems as required.
- To keep up-to-date with technological developments that underpin the analysis and presentation of HR MI, and to investigate and recommend any better ways of providing the HR MI service to users.
To be successful for this HR Information Manager post you will need to have:
- 1+ years' experience in Human Resources or a related field involving the management and analyses of large volumes of people data.
- Experience of developing database management tools and/or defining database reporting tables for use in extracting HR MI.
- An understanding of the most appropriate methods of extracting, storing, and analysing HR MI across the current integrated SAP database and other live systems, as well as linking this meaningfully to other HR MI in the areas of payroll, Learning & Development and recruitment.
- Ability to define accurate and meaningful database tables and database storage solutions with IT, colleagues, for the purposes of extracting/analysing HR MI, covering the full range of HR data.
- Ability to define and develop HR MI archive solutions that enable data to be retrieved quickly and without compromising source material.
- Understanding of the underlying information technologies and how they can be best applied to improve service delivery in the postholder's field of expertise.
- Experience of writing complex HR data extraction reports using industry-standard tools (e.g. Business Objects, Cognos, SAP GUI, etc), and an understanding of the problems that may arise when producing or analysing HR data and their potential solutions.
- An understanding of payroll data and Learning & Development data as they affect HR MI reporting outputs and analyses.
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