People Analytics Manager, Grade VII

Location

CHI @ Herberton

Duration of Post

Specified Purpose

Campaign Reference

146766

Closing Date

12th October 2022

Purpose of the Role:

This role will sit in the Strategic Organisation Design and Workforce Planning team on the CHI Transformation programme that is driving the merger of sites, systems and people ahead of the move to the new children’s hospital.

The purpose of this role is to own, maintain, analyse and interpret HR data in order to bring insights to the organisation and to wider stakeholder groups.  The role is tasked with leading HR transformation from descriptive to predictive analytics and to providing accurate, reliable reports to CHI’s key external stakeholder groups and to building and maintaining relationships of trust with those groups.

Accurate and predictive data are critical to the organisation design transformation, to strategic workforce planning and to reliable reporting on progress to CHI’s key stakeholders.

The role is responsible for updating the OrgVue tool used for Organisation Design visualisation; including WTE and cost, and using these analytics to consult with and support Executive Leadership to transform their organisation design structures in line with future operating models.

SAP is the main HR system used at CHI and it is currently being rolled out to Temple Street, replacing Mega HR.  There will be further steps in the systems integration journey at CHI that this role is expected to support.

An interest in organisational change is desirable for this role and a willingness to work as part of a wider HR team facilitating and supporting complex people change.  This role provides an opportunity to contribute to systems integration, to influence the use of data analytics to drive strategy and innovation.  The role is positioned within the Organisation Design team but in a fluid transformational HR team there is scope for the post holder to further develop a career in data analytics leadership or to gain experience and expertise in the organisation design field and broader HR management as CHI grows its future talent pipeline and succession model.

Essential Criteria:

  • A professional/post-graduate qualification in a HR, Data Analytics or related discipline.
  • Minimum of 5 years’ post qualification experience.
  • Systems expertise; including SAP and ideally OrgVue or similar system.
  • Highly Proficient in utilising MS Office Suite; particularly Excel.
  • Knowledge and experience in producing and analysing reports.
  • Experience of Statistics Packages and methodologies.
  • High level of accuracy and attention to detail.

How to Apply & Informal Enquiries:

* Please note that you must submit a cover letter with your CV, this forms part of your application and CV’s will not be accepted without a detailed cover letter.

Please click here for a copy of the job description for this post.

The closing date for submissions of CV’s and letter of application is Wednesday 12th October 2022 by 11.59 p.m. Applications must be completed through the advertised post on CHI.jobs by clicking ‘Apply for Job’.

Applications will not be accepted through direct email or any other method.

For informal enquiries for this specialty/department, please contact Lisa McGavin at lisa.mcgavin@nchg.ie

For other queries relating to this recruitment process, please contact; Recruitment at recruitment@nchg.ie

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CHI provides a comprehensive benefits package to meet your needs through your work life and beyond:

  • Excellent Annual Leave entitlement
  • Pension Scheme
  • Sick Pay Scheme
  • Monthly Health & Wellbeing Activities
  • Subsidised Canteen
  • Access to excellent public transport at all CHI sites
  • Bike to Work
  • Tax Saver Travel Scheme
  • On-site Banking
  • Choirs/Musical Society
  • Running Clubs/ Walking Groups
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Lunch and Learns

CHI provides a comprehensive benefits package to meet your needs through your work life and beyond:

  • Excellent Annual Leave entitlement
  • Pension Scheme
  • Sick Pay Scheme
  • Monthly Health & Wellbeing Activities
  • Access to first-rate postgraduate programmes/Educational Assistance
  • Subsidised Canteen
  • Access to excellent public transport at all CHI sites
  • Bike to Work
  • Tax Saver Travel Scheme
  • On-site Banking
  • Choirs/Musical Society
  • Running Clubs/ Walking Groups
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Lunch and Learns