Human Resources Information Systems Analyst
New York City, United States
|Date Posted||March 29, 2021|
Our client is a major publishing group, they seeking an HRIS Analyst to work with the HRIS Director. The position, lead by the HRIS Director, oversees all HR systems and related processes in support of 1,300 employees and offices throughout US and in Toronto. This position is Temp to Perm.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Duties include maintaining HR data integrity by analyzing audit reports; compiling and manipulating data to create an array of reports and spreadsheets that inform decision-making; and communicating with and relaying employee information to benefits vendors.
- Maintain, update and audit all tables within HR system to ensure data integrity and consistent processes.
- Document processes for HRIS systems including Ultipro and JobVite and create user guidelines.
- Train system users and employees on processes and functionality.
- Generate reports utilizing Cognos.
- Audit benefits enrollment data and transfers data to benefits vendors.
- Respond to employee inquiries about HR system usage and benefits.
- Provide information to Payroll.
- Review current processes with a focus on streamlining and ensuring consistent workflows.
- Support various initiatives.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED
Great candidates will have proven interpersonal communication skills, data entry and analysis, works thoroughly with details, and can navigate multiple deadlines.
- Bachelor’s degree preferred or equivalent experience
- Minimum of 2 years of HRIS experience
- Familiar with HR systems, such as UltiPro and JobVite
- Advanced Excel skills
- Strong interpersonal, communication, customer service, and relationship-building skills
- Detail-oriented with excellent follow-up skills
- Ability to attend to details, while handling multiple tasks simultaneously;
- An ability to adapt quickly to changes in priorities and complete last-minute requests, as needed
- Ability to maintain a high level of discretion and confidentiality