• HR MIS Administrator

    Job Locations UK-London
    Human Resources
    # of Openings
  • Overview

    Reporting to the HR Manager, the HR MIS Administrator will play a key role in helping improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the HR function and our employees experience by managing our; HR System, managing HR metrics and data. This role will be fantastic for someone who has a genuine enthusiasm for both HR and data analysis.

    What you will do

    • Supporting the team in all administrator HR duties, including but not limited to; starters and leavers’ processes.
    • Making sure all employee data is accurately maintained and all correspondence is filed appropriately in the HR System and Personnel File.
    • Ensuring integrity of data held on the HRMS and to advise HR colleagues of actions needed to maintain data accuracy.
    • Performing routine system upkeep for the HR Systems e.g, data uploads, data cleanse and periodic system updates.
    • Addressing all HR System issues and developing actions plans to resolve those issues, liaising with key stakeholders.
    • Provide day to day support to all HR system users, including: training, developing training guides and facilitating sessions as required.
    • Creating and generating reports to support key business projects; provide meaningful insights and recommendations. Identifying new areas of the business that could benefit from further analysis and take a proactive approach to achieving tangible results for the HR team as well as the wider business

    What you will bring to the table

    • Relentless attention to detail is essential.
    • Excellent IT skills particularly; Excel and PowerPoint.
    • Previous experience as an HR Administrator working in a fast paced global organisation.
    • The ideal candidate would have in-depth knowledge of working on a cloud based HRMS, ideally Sage People or similar.
    • Strong analytical capabilities and a willingness and ability to quickly learn new tools, systems and software.
    • Knowledge of standard HR metrics and key performance indicators.
    • Experience in using data to generate insight and management information.
    • Experience of developing management information reporting and dashboards.
    • Strong interpersonal and relationship building skills to work across the Group at different levels.
    • Ability to demonstrate a professional, confident and 'can do' attitude.
    • Excellent organisation and time management skills.
    • Excellent communication skills (verbal and written).
    • An HR degree, or relevant HR qualification or experience, is desirable.


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