HR MI Analyst - Birmingham
HR MI Analyst
Working 35 hours per week, plus paid lunch break (40 hours in total)
£26,414 per annum
Nacro are a national social justice charity with more than 50 years’ experience of changing lives. Our impressive range of services across England and Wales cover education, housing, support and wellbeing, substance misuse treatment and the prevention of reoffending. We advise and we speak out for and with disadvantaged young people and adults. We never give up.
We are looking to recruit a highly skilled and experienced HR MI Analyst to join our already successful and well established Systems & Payroll team based in Birmingham. This is a new and exciting role which will support the development and maintenance of all our HR/Payroll systems alongside designing, developing and producing high level reporting data for our Board of Trustees, Executive Leadership team as well as our funding partners and commissioners.
The successful candidate will have an understanding and experience of:
- Managing HR systems, including HR data analysis.
- HR systems development and improvement.
- Project management.
To be successful in this role and to make a difference, the ideal candidate will need to have previous experience of working in a similar role of managing HR systems, including HR data analysis using OpenHR or a similar system. You will also need to have proven ability to use a variety of Microsoft packages especially Excel and Word.
This role is working 35 hours per week, plus paid lunch break (40 hours in total).
Please note, interviews for this role will be taking place w/c 4th September.
- 28 days a year annual leave with the ability to accrue 1 day of additional holiday for every year of service up to 5 years plus bank holidays; pro rata for part-time employees
- Pension scheme
- Season ticket loan
- Working 35 hours per week, plus paid lunch break (40 hours in total); pro rata for part-time employees
- As a committed Investor In People (IIP), continued professional development is central to our people and performance management activities. Our employees receive regular support with Personal Development Planning and have access to training and professional development opportunities.
Our Vision, Mission & Values
Our vision is a society in which communities are crime free, and people feel safe and supported to reach their aspirations. Our mission is to positively change lives, strengthen communities, enhance social inclusion, reduce crime and prevent offending behaviour. Our values are to be courageous, inspiring, reliable and focused on outcomes. We adhere to them across our services, which include education, housing, substance misuse treatment, the prevention of reoffending, and in our work to influence policy.
To apply, please visit our website by clicking on the 'Apply' button.