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People Insights and Reporting Analyst
Who are we: We are Everton Football Club and are icons of world football. As one of the bastions of the global game, with a rich and successful history, we are now setting our sights on a new, exciting future.
Our values underpin how we behave, how we represent our club in our city, and across the world of football, and how we look after one another daily. They provide a framework for how we work with partners, suppliers, and most importantly our fans.
As a People Operations department, people are at the heart of everything we do here at Everton. We have a people team with specialists who cover Recruitment, Learning and Development, Engagement and Employee Relations.
We support our People across the entire Everton Family and because things move quickly, you will need to take the initiative and be ready to make decisions fast, our team is all about ensuring Everton is a great place to work, its about finding innovative solutions and adopting a people focussed approach.
What you’ll do: As the People Reporting and Insight Analyst Reporting you will join us as we start our journey into making data driven HR/Business related decisions.
Using our core people system, Workday, you will provide monthly MI and analytical data reports to our Senior People Team and key internal stakeholders, providing insight and analytical commentary to help us identify key trends and themes across the Club. You’ll analyse and report on Key HR and Operational areas such as sickness, absence and employee turnover, as well as supporting our People Support Manager with more specialised payroll reporting and follow up.
You’ll work closely and support our People Support Manager in rebranding our People Support function with our future aspirations being an offering of utter best practice to meet the demands in an ever-changing environment that comes with being part of a Premier League Football Club.
Who we’re looking for: Ideally you’ll come from a Analyst background and have some experience within the day to day operations of generalist HR, experience of using Workday is not essential but would be advantageous.
What‘s essential is exceptional analytical skills with the ability to confidently articulate information and make recommendations to business stakeholders. You’ll have proven analysis experience and be a confident Excel user (Pivot tables and V Lookups minimum) with a keen interest in delving into the detail to deliver meaningful insights and actions / recommendations.
You’ll be a natural problem solver, who is highly organised, can effectively manage a busy workload and be able to meet tight deadlines within a fast paced environment.
You will play a key part in creating a culture that is recognised Club wide of People Support being at the heart of the Club.
This is a permanent opportunity with the closing date for applications being Friday 3rd December 2021.
The Everton Family is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Everton, 'the people's club,' is a mainstay in English football dating back to a time when Everton's Mere Green development was the first 'major' football stadium in the country. Today's facilities at Goodison Park are a little different, of course, but the passion and loyalty of its supporters, coupled with the values of the club, stands as strong as it once did.
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