Senior HR Adviser (HR Information Analyst)
Location: Victoria House, London WC1 4AD
Salary: £37,931 - £42,482 plus excellent benefits.
Opportunity for an experienced HR analyst to further develop their knowledge and expertise within HR management information and analysis, whilst contributing to an organisation which makes a real impact on consumer issues.
The Senior HR Adviser will report directly to the HR Operations Manager and will be responsible for delivering a systems-driven, solid management information and information analysis service. You will deliver this service efficiently and effectively to internal CMA customers, external stakeholders and other parts of the HR department, contributing to HR’s key purpose and work. You will also be a key contributor to the development and delivery of the CMA’s pay strategy.
To support you in this role, you will also have management responsibility for a HR Officer who will be delivering the first line and day-to- day management information service.
Key to this role will be relevant experience of working with and interpreting management information in a HR role, which will include evidence of preparing communications on HR metrics, data insights and analysis in dashboards and reports that are appropriate to the audience. The successful candidate will be highly numerate and organisationally aware, with an ability to understand data and interpret / communicate the business impact of any trends from a people perspective.
All CMA staff enjoy generous benefits, including an excellent pension scheme, 25 days annual leave (increasing to 30 days over five years), favourable consideration of flexible working, generous maternity / paternity provision, childcare vouchers and interest-free season ticket loans or cycle to work scheme.
For further details about this role and the benefits of working at the CMA, please click on the apply button below.
Closing date: Monday 20 th November 2017 23:59
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