Build your career as a Data Analyst with the UK Parliament.
An incredible opportunity for an experienced individual to use their skills and knowledge in the interesting and fast paced environment of the House of Commons. Gain a fascinating insight into how Parliament works whilst taking your career to new heights.
The HR team at the House of Commons are looking for a Data Analyst to work as part of the HR Systems application support and maintenance team. Ideally from a Public or Voluntary Sector such as local government or charity, your ‘hands on’ role will be pivotal in introducing and supporting a new iTrent HR and Payroll System. This new system will revolutionise Parliament’s ways of working for employees and managers.
Your ability to analyse and interpret HR data will form an integral part of the HR Systems team.
Working under pressure, the role is ideally suited for a candidate to put their experience of the iTrent HR System and its related modules to the test.
HR Data Analyst
Your responsibilities as a Data Analyst include:
- Provide leadership and technical advice on HR applications to customers, maximising system productivity and performance.
- Deputise for HR Systems Manager as and when required.
- Analyse and interpret HR data to inform and assist the HR/ Managers.
- Maintain close, collaborative working relationships with colleagues, supplier, supplier technical staff.
- Observe data protection standards and ensures that others do.
- Full understanding of data protection practice and GDPR.
- Lead on troubleshooting system problems and customer enquiries.
- Follow agreed procedures for system and incident management.
You can expect benefits such as:
- Annual leave starting at 30 days per annum, pro-rata.
- Flexible/Hybrid working only 2 days per week. Wednesdays and Thursdays in the office.
- Interest-free season ticket loan and bicycle loan.
- Civil Service Pension Scheme.
- Access to training and development.
For further information, including salary, responsibilities, process, security and criteria, potential candidates should refer to the House of Commons Career Website or contact email@example.com or 0207 219 6011.