Anchor Yorkshire Way, Bradford, West Yorkshire BD7 3LG, UK
Anchor Trust, England's largest not-for-profit in Care and Housing for the over 55's, is currently looking for a Systems Analyst the role is within our IT department and is part of the Business Systems Team. If you're an organised individual with a great mind for numbers, interested in HR Systems and working for a Sunday Times Top 100 best not-for-profit Organisation to work for in 2017, then read on and apply below. Reporting into the HR System Analyst Team Leader, responsibilities will include focusing on corporate applications in the HR area of the business and have a responsibility for ensuring that these applications are aligned with business strategy and that Anchor is able to extract the intended business value from its investment in the application. The role holder will work closely with both business and IT colleagues and well as engaging with 3rd party software providers. Working with SAP Business Objects reporting software, you will be accountable for assisting the HRIS team and the HR function in general to deliver improved HR reports and data Understanding and working with colleagues in HR and Payroll on the iTrent system Assisting colleagues in conducting the HR Data Review, and embedding new processes around the production of HR data, data management, data protection and administration of our reports Engaging clearly and effectively with the HRIS team's stakeholders in the function and the wider business Required knowledge & experience: • Confident user of Microsoft Office; particularly advantageous if the candidate has knowledge of IF formulas, VLOOKUPs and other useful formulae • Knowledge of SAP Business Objects (or similar) or iTrent (or other HRIS) a distinct advantage • Knowledge and appreciation of HR and Payroll systems, processes and procedures related to Human Resources • Knowledge of HR and Payroll legislation is a distinct advantage for this role Required skills: • Written and verbal and communication • Highly computer literate • Strong attention to detail and ability to think laterally to solve problems • Good customer service focus Why come and work for us? Anchor was voted a Sunday Times Top 100 best not-for-profit Employer to work for in 2017. Alongside this, generous benefits include: 33 days annual leave (including Bank holidays), contributory pension scheme, optional 25% discounted private health cover, Life Assurance, discounted retail and child care vouchers and the ability to buy and sell annual leave entitlement. If you would like to apply or have a confidential discussion regarding this role, please do send an up-to-date CV ASAP by clicking the APPLY button.