Human Capital Report Analyst
The HC Reporting Analyst provides reporting using various HR systems. The HC Reporting Analyst updates existing reports, ensures data integrity and manages the framework for creating new reports.
This position will analyze and interpret data in order to support the objectives of the Human Resources department and our business partners. The HR Reporting and Analytics Analyst will compile reports, analyze and synthesize data in order to communicate key HR metrics to stakeholders in HR and other stakeholders across the organization. The analyst acts as liaison with internal departments as well as third party vendors to ensure productive working relationships.
This role will be expected to leverage technology to deliver the right information to clients in a timely fashion. This would include creating dashboards and dynamic reporting. They will also analyze data in order to identify areas of concern or best practices for key business leaders to review in more detail. This will require combining data from all HR systems to produce a holistic view of our associates and HR programs that affect them.
Acts as liaison with third party vendors and internal departments including but not limited to IT, Recruitment, Credentialing, Clinical, and Finance
Develops and interprets reports which clearly and concisely show key workforce trends and problem areas, including status and trends
Bachelor’s Degree in Business/HR, Data Analytics or equivalent work experience preferred.
Required Skills and Abilities:
Supervisory Responsibility: No supervisory responsibilities.
Travel Requirements: No travel required.
Work Conditions: General office environment.
The preceding functions may not be comprehensive in scope regarding work performed by an employee assigned to this position classification. Management reserves the right to add, modify, change or rescind the work assignments of this position. Management also reserves the right to make reasonable accommodations so that a qualified employee(s) can perform the essential functions of the position.