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HRIS Analyst job description

A Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) Analyst is a professional who oversees databases and computer systems to help organizations manage their human resources. 

Use this HRIS Analyst job description to advertise your vacancies and find qualified candidates. Feel free to modify responsibilities and requirements based on your needs.

HRIS Analyst responsibilities include:

  • Consulting with HR managers and other departments to determine HRIS needs
  • Analyzing HRIS performance metrics and resolving application issues
  • Documenting processes, identifying HR concerns, and compiling data analysis reports

Job brief

We are looking for an HRIS Analyst to join our team and help our organization optimize the performance of our HR systems. 

HRIS Analyst responsibilities include gathering data, improving the performance of various HRIS throughout an organization, and making recommendations to improve performance metrics across departments. 

Ultimately, you will work a team of HR Specialists and Managers across various departments to ensure an organization is performing as efficiently as possible. 

Responsibilities

  • Perform application upgrades, as well as provide training and technical support
  • Develop and implement new processes and systems for efficient HR management
  • Optimize HRIS processes, integrate new software, and perform diagnostic tests
  • Perform statistical analysis on gathered HRIS data and run queries
  • Ensure the efficient recording and secure storage of HR metrics, including attendance and employee performance data
  • Perform audits on HR processes and documents, including hiring, termination of service, and payroll administration, when required
  • Keep track of technological advancements and trends in the field of HRIS

Requirements and skills

  • Proven work experience as an HRIS Analyst or similar role
  • Ability to collaborate, provide technical support, and train staff
  • Extensive experience in analyzing HRIS and HR performance metrics
  • Advanced proficiency in database management and security, as well as running SQL queries
  • Ability to keep up with technical innovation and trends in HRIS Analysis
  • Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills
  • Experience in documenting processes, as well as performing diagnostic tests and audits
  • Relevant training and/or certifications as an HRIS Analyst

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