Fee: £65,351 pa gross + benefits
We have an opportunity for an Adviser HR Analytics, to work within our Human Resources and Facilities Management Division.
The Division leads on the development and implementation of the People Strategy, ongoing HR policy development, review and implementation, resourcing and contract administration for staff in London, New York and Geneva, as well as for consultants and long-term experts for field assignments in the Commonwealth member states. The division also leads on organisational development areas such as performance management, learning and development, people planning, reward management, HR Information Systems, employee relations and change management.
The successful candidate will lead on the management and ongoing development of the HR systems as a system administrator, data manager and technical expert and Human Resources Adviser. This requires good interpersonal communication and leadership skills for collaboration and interface between users in Human Resources and Facilities Management, Finance, IT and the Secretariat as a whole as well as the system provider. The post holder is a leader on management and on the provision of management information, operational reporting and HR metrics for the division and the wider organisation to underpin our delivery and development of HR interventions and for performance measurement purposes.
To be considered, you will need degree from any nationally recognised institution (or equivalent qualifications) with at least 8 years’ experience in working within an organisation/human resources team/department, primarily in areas such as HR systems, management information and HR metrics. You will need to have experience of operating HR Information and Applicant Tracking Systems and databases to a high level; experience of organising and analysing large datasets, detecting and correcting errors, interpreting and reporting/presenting results in a meaningful way; experience in producing a range of data reports; and the ability to function independently and as part of a cross-functional team.
The Commonwealth is a voluntary association of 52 member governments and provides guidance on policy making, technical assistance and advisory services to Commonwealth member countries. We support governments to help achieve sustainable, inclusive and equitable development.
To join us, you must be a citizen of a Commonwealth country.
The closing date is 30 November 2017, 17:00pm GMT.