Excellent, new HR Systems Analyst job with our Client, a leading professional services organisation in Belfast City Centre.
Permanent, HR Systems opportunity offering excellent salary & benefits.
Our Belfast city centre Client, a fast paced, international professional services organisation, wishes to recruit a technical, experienced HR Systems Analyst / Specialist .
This is a permanent job and the HR Systems professional will be responsible for supporting and enhancing the organisation’s HR and application tracking systems, providing 1st line support for users and assisting in the production of regular and ad hoc monthly reporting.
This HR Systems Analyst role is a niche requirement and the successful professional should have a strong systems / reporting / MI type background.
The Role :
Maintain the HR systems helpdesk, the 1st line support for any HR systems queries and technical support
Drive best practice around the systems and reporting
Deliver high quality, repeatable training for new HR users
Crate and run ad-hoc reports and generate management information
Coordinate the system testing
Work closely with IBM support team to resolve technical issues and bring about systems enhancements
Use reporting tools (Cognos BI) and Excel to provide ongoing reporting and ad-hoc analysis
The Person :
Demonstrable experience of working in HR, Recruitment or Business Intelligence system support
Advanced Excel Skills (Data manipulation, pivot tables, charting)
Excellent numerical and analytical skills
Experience of providing technical systems support and reporting and analysing large data sets
High attention to details
Positive and enthusiastic approach to customer service
Excellent organisation and communication skills
The Rewards :
Excellent salary & benefits
Permanent, full time role
Challenging, specialist role
Large, professional and modern working environment
Belfast city centre location
For further information and to apply for this HR Systems Analyst job, please contact Stephanie Mulholland at Hunter Savage.
We reserve the right to heighten shortlisting criteria dependent on the calibre of response.