1 Aug 2012
11 Aug 2012
Description of Organisation
We are dedicated to making Auckland the best place in the world to work, study, invest and enjoy an outstanding quality of life. We are New Zealand's largest local authority providing essential services and facilities to nearly 1.5 million people.
We need people who share our dedication to Auckland, take pride in what they do, are accountable, passionate about service, respectful and fair, innovative and willing to work as a team. With over 8,500 staff fulfilling a diverse range of roles, there are always plenty of career choices with room to move. Are you ready for a new challenge?
Description of Position
We are on the hunt for a Senior HR Analyst to join the HRIS team at Auckland Council.
You will be solutions focused, enjoy problem solving and possess strong skills in data collation, analysis and interpretation. Therefore, it is essential you have a demonstrated competence in the MS Office suite and in particular advanced skills in MS Excel. A keen eye for detail as well as the ability to see the big picture are essential in this role.
This role will be responsible for coaching and mentoring the team, therefore previous experience as a people manager is desirable for this role. You will be customer orientated and have excellent stakeholder engagement skills, which allows you to form strong business relationships across the HR Shared Services function and across Council. As a confident communicator, you will need to be able to present and interpret HR information to varying audiences across Council.
Want to be the face of HRIS to the wider business? Apply now!
To apply for this job, please go to our job site, careers.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz and enter the job code 37030HR.
Applications for this position close Satuday, 11 August 2012.
We are looking for a SAP guru, in particular experience with SAP HCM. You will have a minimum of five years experience in an analyst role with HR focus and have demonstrable thorough knowledge of HR business processes and reporting.
Applicant must have a legal right to work in NZ