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5 months ago
Annapurna HR Ltd
Salary: £40000 - £50000 per annum
Location: London
Job type: Permanent
Contact: Joseph Nabarro
Category: HR Systems Jobs

HRIS Analyst (Workday), London, £40,000-50,000

My global client are currently recruiting for a HRIS Analyst to work on maintenance and development of their global Workday HR system.

The successful HRIS Analyst will be responsible for working on identifying areas to develop the system as well as implementing new modules and upgrades. The candidate will also work on the day to day maintenance of the system. They will also look after the data integrity and will work with stakeholders to help develop new reporting suites. This is a great role for someone looking to have a real impact on an organisation which has successfully implemented Workday and are looking to improve the way they are using it.

The best suited HRIS Analyst for the role will have:

  • Experience working with Workday HCM in an implementation or business as usual environment.
  • Good functional and technical capability with Workday.
  • Experience designing test plans and managing end to end testing activities.
  • Exposure to working in a second line support environment with a HR system.
  • The ability to effectively organise workloads and think creatively when solving problems.
  • Very strong communication and stakeholder management skills.

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a global organisation in a challenging and rewarding role. If this position sounds of interest then please send through your CV for consideration, for more information on the position please .

Role: HRIS Analyst (Workday)

Location: London

Salary: £40,000-50,000

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