HR Systems and Process Improvement Analyst
Directorate: Finance & Corporate Services- HR
Contract: 12 month fixed term contract (with a possibility of permanency)
Salary: London salary (minimum of 2 days in the office) £36,455 or £33,796
outside of London
Location: London, EC1Y / or any other UK location
About the Commission
The Electoral Commission is the independent body which oversees elections and regulates political finance in the UK.
With a new Head of HR, Chief Executive and Corporate Plan, the HR team is
focussed on getting the best out of its systems and processes to ensure a
streamlined and responsive service is provided to all its stakeholders. We have an exciting but challenging agenda to improve our HR offering and this role will be key to ensuring that we maximise our systems to deliver it.
About the role
This is a newly created role with the aim of carrying out a wholescale review of our HR activities and associated processes including how we utilise our current and future HR systems. This will involve assisting HR in data analysis, report writing, trouble-shooting, the general use of the systems, developing and testing of new functionalities and communicating with customers and suppliers. As a Process Champion you will have overall responsibility for the governance of HR processes, process maps, documentation, knowledgebase documentation and HR Intranet ensuring that all relevant systems are kept up to date.
With your expertise in HR systems you will be solutions orientated, always keeping the needs of our customers at the forefront. Highly organised you will approach the projects in a methodological way to ensure delivery. The principle of continuous improvement will guide everything you do and you will be comfortable working in an autonomous way and being accountable for delivery to deadlines. We are a small team and so flexibility to work across and understand different HR disciplines will be key.
More information and how to apply
The Electoral Commission offers excellent terms and conditions, including flexible working hours and the opportunity to join the Civil Service pension arrangements (dependent on scheme rules) which include a valuable range of benefits. We are committed to equality of opportunity and welcome applications from all sections of the community. Please apply for this role online with a supporting statement showing how you meet the essential criteria in the person specification. We suggest you download the job
description and person specification, before applying. The closing date for applications is 3 July 2022 at 11:59pm. However, please do not delay applying if you are interested as we reserve the right to close the application
earlier, depending on number of applications. Interviews will take place over the week commencing 11 July depending on your availability.
We may use video conferencing tools for the interviews. We will confirm details with shortlisted candidates.