iTrent HR Systems Analyst

Posted 28 March 2022
LocationUnited Kingdom
Job type Permanent
DisciplineMHR (iTrent)
Reference29193
Contact NameMatthew Stanley

Job description

Job Title: iTrent Systems Analyst/Administrator
Salary: Up to £30,000 per annum.
Location: Hybrid working, North East, UK
Working arrangement: Permanent/12 month FTC
Responsibilities:
  • Support the day-to-day running of the HR system (iTrent) providing systems administration, user support and routine maintenance as required
  • Maintain the integrity of workforce structures within the HR system, ensuring timely changes to positions and the company’s hierarchy are reflected accurately in the HR system
  • Ensure data quality within the HR system is of the highest standard possible by monitoring effective use, accurate and timely inputting and providing training where required
  • Work in partnership with IT and MIS teams to ensure the HR system is fully integrated with others
  • Group systems as needed to provide an outstanding HR service
  • Manage user accounts to provide a great user experience and ensure full compliance with all regulatory requirements
  • Contribute to projects designed to streamline Group systems and improve the user experience
  • Work closely with MIS to develop, test and deploy people dashboards in Power BI (for example performance review information, business planning data, statutory reporting)
  • Analyse and interpret workforce information to identify trends, opportunities and risks and work in partnership with HR colleagues and managers across the group to continually improve
  • Develop, monitor and maintain the HR intranet pages
  • Manage the compilation of regular and ad hoc HR reports for the Executive Leadership Team and Board of Governors and ensure delivery in an efficient, timely and consistent way
  • Present data analysis in an informative manner to key individuals within the organisation and ensure the provision of timely reporting
  • Plan and produce external reports to comply with statutory and legislative requirements (Association of Colleges, HMRC, National Statistics etc)
  • Provide user support and training as needed to enable colleagues to use the HR system and associated data effectively
  • Build and maintain user documentation for reporting functionality and support users to become fully proficient and self sufficient
  • Contribute to systems development projects as required