Arrow Electronics Manager, HR Reporting & Analytics in Centennial, Colorado
Manager, HR Reporting & Analytics
Assess the needs of the business, prioritize initiatives, and drive clarity in requirements to successfully meet deliverables.
Oversee the specification, development, and implementation of new or redesigned processes, reports, and policies and procedures for internal use.
Translate requirements into effective and impactful dashboards and reports that enable information sharing across the client enterprise.
Consult with functional teams on the selection, application, and implementation of metrics.
Deliver analyses and insights to stakeholders in clear business terms and identify results that drive action.
Establish robust content that helps senior management and HR leaders better understand the story and trends regarding their workforce.
Empower HR business partners with improved tools and training to easily draw business-relevant insights from our people data.
Work cross-functionally as needed to enable data architecture and solutions that best meet the analytics and reporting needs of the business.
Collaborate with global HR/HRIS team members to ensure system usage consistency across regions.
Take initiative to anticipate client needs and make recommendations.
Manage relationships with vendors.
Ensure the development of proper training and documentation for system use and maintenance.
Select, develop, and evaluate staff to ensure the efficient operation of the function.
Manage confidentiality of data by following established security/confidentiality standards.
Promote self-service reporting functionality with end users.
Monitor usage logs to determine effectiveness of team and allocation of team resources.
Support the accuracy of data through the development of audit reports; troubleshoot irregularities; partner with HRIS team to research, correct discrepancies, and ensure compliance.
Identify opportunities to reduce cycle times and increase efficiencies.
Remain apprised of new functionality, approaches, and best practices.
Act as an internal consultant, point of contact, and trusted advisor for stakeholders both within HR and beyond.
Balance business appetite for data with technological feasibility, scalability, data privacy, security requirements, and legal compliance.
Oversee the team’s operating procedures for data management and governance, testing, and ongoing validation to maintain accuracy and integrity of systems and reports.
Engage with senior management to obtain approvals to release sensitive data.
Serve as backup for team members as necessary.
Identify where system configuration vs reporting is required for optimal solutions.
Requires flexible schedule availability for calls during non-traditional hours.
Some (not to exceed 10%) overnight business travel required.
Demonstrated experience creating robust data analytics tools (dashboards, scorecards, etc) to help business stakeholders better understand data required
Five+ years of relevant experience with minimum one year of management experience
Knowledge of BI tools such as Tableau, PowerBI preferred
Knowledge of Workday strongly preferred
Experience in HR system technology required
Competent in Microsoft Excel in and PowerPoint
Strong analytical, problem-solving, and communication skills (oral and written)
Proven ability to self-direct work efforts and lead others
Executive level presentation and communications skills
Ability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality, discretion, and professionalism
Ability to develop strong, trusting relationships in order to gain support and achieve results
Non-Customer Facing/Supplier Facing
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