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HR Data Analytics Manager, APAC

Job Title: HR Data Analytics Manager, APAC
Location: Singapore
Reference: 2AB8E24A11F8B0E9
Job Published: November 26, 2021 00:47

Job Description

Roles & Responsibilities

Chubbs HR Data Analytics Manager, APAC works with a wide range of stakeholders throughout the full data life-cycle, with a keen focus on data relationships/aggregation, analysis and reporting. This role is critical in helping HR deliver insights for strategic decision making.

This role exits in a highly matrixed environment and interacts with a diverse group of internal colleagues globally, including all levels of Management (focus on Executive and Senior Management) and other HR and Finance professionals. External stakeholders are generally third-party suppliers of data and/or technology.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Working through the HR Data Analytics team to ensure interpretation and usage of data fields and metrics is globally consistent.
  • Responsible for the collation and combination of data output from disparate systems (e.g. PeopleSoft HRIS, Taleo Applicant Tracking System (Talent Acquisition), the Talent Portal (L&D), Equity compensation (Fidelity) and Compensation Planning (WTW Reward)).
  • Engage with Executives, Senior Management and other key stakeholders to develop and execute on current human capital analytics commitments by delivering high quality analysis of data as specified in a timely manner (e.g. headcount reporting, bonus and equity pool calculation and growth factor analysis, salary movement analysis, turnover analysis, Diversity & Inclusion reporting, compensation planning analytics etc.).
  • Explore Chubbs human capital data to derive new or deeper insights which contribute to better decision making.
  • Work closely with stakeholders to ensure the format of the reporting is i) insightful ii) creates clarity and iii) where appropriate is actionable and innovate data analysis processes, where possible.
  • Key lead on all local and global HR audit processes and requirements, maintaining governance and compliance for all HR data, contracts, systems etc.
  • Partner with the HR COEs on data projects, as needed.
  • Manage one direct report.
  • Requirements:

  • The preferred candidates needs to possess a combination of analytical and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to synthesize business objectives or focus areas into reporting output or insight.
  • Strong influencing skills.
  • Strong technical (statistical) capabilities.
  • Ability to automate and streamline data reporting; building prototype models and dashboards.
  • Experience with large, disparate and varied data sets; manipulation of raw data into insight.
  • Robust sense of accountability and personal judgment given the confidential information you are working with.
  • Intellectually curious with both an analytical and holistic view of solutions.
  • High levels of accountability and personal judgment given the confidential nature of the data being used.
  • Ability to manage and resolve open items in the context of larger projects.
  • People management experience
  • Education and Experience Requirements:

  • Relevant degree in the field of research and quantitative methods (e.g. statistics, organizational behavior, data science, economics, math).
  • Exposure to research design, visualization techniques and analysis. Exposure to advanced statistical methods (e.g. hypothesis testing, machine learning predictions and text mining) a plus.
  • Ability to summarize findings effectively and high communication and collaboration skills.

  • Tell employers what skills you have
    Machine Learning
    Data Analysis
    Movement Analysis
    Data Science
    Decision Making
    Data Analytics
    People Management Experience
    Text Mining
    Research Design
    Human Capital