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Recruitment Administrator

Open Society Foundations


Location:
New York
Date:
10/02/2017
2017-10-022017-11-01
Job Type:
Employee
Job Status:
Full Time
Categories:
  • Legal
  • job_category_human_resources
  • Benefits
  • Compensation
  • Diversity
  • EEO/Affirmative Action
  • HRIS
  • International HRM
  • Research
  • Training/Development
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Job Details

The Human Resources (HR) team, comprised of 40 members, sits in our Budapest, London and New York offices but supports OSF staff across the global network of foundations, in over 40 countries. The team is comprised of generalists spanning the North America, Latin America, Europe, Eurasia, Middle East, Africa, South West Asia, and Asia Pacific regions, as well as HR specialists comprised of Talent Development, Human Resources Information System (HRIS), Compensation & Benefits, Diversity and Inclusion, and Recruitment.

Job Profile

We are seeking a dynamic, service and result-oriented Project Officer to coordinate and execute HR data, analytics and reporting, and support cross-functional HR project management. The Project Officer reports to the Global Director of Human Resources and works closely with all members of the global HR team. The position is based in New York or Budapest. Responsibilities include:

Project coordination

  • Serve as key point of contacts for HR cross-functional projects; follow up on project deliverables, support coordination of meetings, and follow up with stakeholders as needed.
  • Conduct preliminary research to identify potential service providers, consultants, and/or vendors for new HR projects or initiatives, and make initial contacts as needed.
  • Support and coordinate the operationalization of new HR tools and programs.
  • As needed, coordinate internal project; develop and maintain detailed work plans with clear responsibilities, track completion of project tasks and milestones; write and disseminate status reports.
  • Conduct the assessment of the impact and success of HR projects and initiatives post-implementation.

HR metrics and analytics

  • Implement and maintain the global HR dashboard; ensure all HR functions submit accurate data on a timely manner, support them with data collection as needed, enter data in global HR dashboard.
  • Develop quarterly report template to track HR key indicators and progress on key initiatives.
  • Liaise with external provider to routinely launch the HR service satisfaction survey; ensure data and resulting analytics are included in the relevant reports.
  • Researches, analyses data and prepares quarterly reports, provide analytical expertise in measuring the effectiveness of HR programs; develop visualizations that convey meaningful information on key indicators.

Requirements

Candidate Profile

The ideal candidate will have 3+ years’ experience in project management and with the development and implementation of data-driven reporting and analytics.

They will need:

  • Strong attention to detail and accuracy, ability to monitor and measure data to determine effectiveness of processes
  • Strong quantitative and qualitative research and analysis skills.
  • Ongoing interest in going beyond project-specific work, be creative, and bring new ideas to the table to improve the overall data management and analytics process.
  • Experience with graphic design and data visualization, and ability to integrate numeric, graphic, and narrative material in memos, reports, and presentations
  • Strong problem-solving skills, working alone and as a team member
  • Strong collaborative and interpersonal skills, passion about working in a multi-cultural team and environment
  • Advanced skills with all Microsoft Office software and ability to master new software with minimal instruction
  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously

Work Environment and Physical Demands: Essential functions are typically performed in an office setting with a low level of noise.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

We are strengthened by the diversity of our colleagues across the Open Society Foundations, and we welcome and actively seek applications from people of all cultures, backgrounds, and experiences.

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