|Recruiter:||The Competition and Markets Authority|
|Listed on:||23rd July|
|Salary/Rate:||£31,990 - £36,439|
|Contact Name:||The Competition and Markets Authority|
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For the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) to be a high-performing organisation and achieve its strategic objectives, HR and analytics are crucial to building the capacity, capability and commitment of our people. To ensure this continues, we have an exciting opportunity for a Data Analyst with experience of delivering high quality data analytics to play a key role in the HR Operations team.
As a HR Data Analyst you will deliver a customer-focused service to the HR Department, other internal CMA customers and external stakeholders. This role will primarily focus on the production, analysis and development of our HR analytics, but you may also be required to support on HR system development activities. Your key responsibilities will include:
You will also contribute to organisational development and improvement projects as we expand in preparation for the EU exit.
If you have relevant experience of working in data analytics, or a similar role with a previous track record that demonstrates capability to deliver high quality reporting using a range of techniques and graphics, we would be delighted to hear from you.
The CMA are currently undergoing rapid business growth. Joining us now, as we work on our next phase of transformation, will offer uniquely exciting professional opportunities. The CMA offers an excellent benefit package to new employees. CMA staff enjoy generous benefits, including:
To find out more about this opportunity and working for the CMA please click the apply button.
Closing date for completed applications: 12th August 2019.
The CMA is an accredited Disability Confident Employer and are Stonewall Diversity Champions. As an equal opportunities employer, we welcome suitably qualified applicants from all backgrounds and recruit by merit on the basis of fair and open competition, as outlined in the Civil Service Commission's recruitment principles.