HR Data and Systems Officer
As HR Data and Systems Officer within our HR team you will work collaboratively to support the reporting, information maintenance, and project planning and delivery functions in relation to our human resources.
The General Medical Council (GMC) helps to protect patients and improve medical education and practice in the UK by setting standards for students and doctors. We support them in achieving (and exceeding) those standards, and take action when they are not met.
About the role
You’ll produce reports on a monthly, quarterly, annual and ad hoc basis, providing the data we need to make the right decisions. You’ll take on a variety of different projects and will form strong working relationships with key business areas – including payroll, IS and corporate business planning.
We want you to identify key trends and themes in the directorate and make sure they influence the development of our people plans across the GMC. We also want you to work closely with IS on process and systems improvement.
A natural communicator with an exceptional eye for detail, you’ll have experience in business reporting and the ability to analyse and present findings appropriately. You’ll need to be able to manage your priorities efficiently, juggling several different projects at once, whilst maintaining a high degree of accuracy, and adapting to ad hoc demands as required.
We’re looking for someone with a passion for learning who can work collaboratively with colleagues at all levels. With an organised approach, you’ll have strong analytical skills and the ability to interpret complex information and share it in a meaningful way with the wider business.
Strong IT skills are a must; you’ll be comfortable working with MS Word, PowerPoint and Outlook and will be an intermediate or higher level Excel user. You’ll be creating pivot tables, charting and using formulae on a regular basis, so it’s imperative that you’re able to do this from the outset.
You’ll be working with HR databases (Agresso) and web-based software such as Cornerstone and e-Recruiter, but system-specific knowledge isn’t essential to the role. Prior experience within an HR environment is desirable, but not essential.
We have high expectations, but you’ll receive some great benefits in return for your hard work. To find out more about what we can offer, click here.
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If you think you could be right for this role, why not join us now and contribute to the safety of patients UK wide? Apply online today.