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TSR is a relationship-based, customer-focused IT and technical services staffing company.

For over 40 years TSR, Inc. and its wholly owned subsidiary, TSR Consulting Services, have prospered in the Information Technology staffing business, earning the respect of companies both large and small with well refined candidate screening, timely placement, and a real understanding of the right skill sets required by our clients.

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Every employee’s voice matters, their effort is appreciated, and their talent is rewarded.

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HR Data Reporting Analyst

Job Description

  • Location: Tampa, FL
  • Type: Contract
  • Job #74103

Our client, a leading financial services company is hiring a HR Data Reporting Analyst on a long-term contract basis.

Work Location:

Tampa, FL

Summary:

  • This resource will be the Data Quality Control lead for diversity, inclusion, and talent data, and serve as the lead and quality control specialist for other HR Employee data points all throughout the employee lifecycle as it relates to regulatory reporting.
  • Work to deliver on engagements with government agencies, internal audit, and various partners to fairly represent the company in response to specific requests for information, as well as general inquiries.
  • Participate in the accurate production of required regulatory reporting related to country representation, non-discrimination, and equal employment opportunity requirements.
  • Review, understand, challenge, combine, analyze, and report on diversity data in various stages of the employee life cycle.
  • Use Excel and other internal reporting tools to prepare high quality reports for senior management, government agencies and external auditors.
  • Lead the review, interpretation, and compilation of Adverse Impact Analyses.
  • Document Fair Employment Practices processes and practices into formal governance procedures, policies, and guidance.
  • Lead the execution and development of Diversity Data Governance, with a strong emphasis on data quality and data integrity.
  • Create Data Quality Procedures, checklists, and control processes to facilitate the implementation of the Data Quality Controls.
  • Engage with global partners to assess risk and determine the root cause of identified control failures, as well as establish Corrective Action Plans (CAPs) intended to remediate identified issue(s). Proactively search and identify data quality issues, escalate issues as appropriate and manage all FEP and FEP related issues/CAPs to help drive to timely resolution, including submission of System Change Requests (CR), and testing of issue resolutions/enhancements.
  • Work with the Global Diversity team and other internal stakeholders to improve the Global Fair Employment Practices controls and periodically reevaluate in response to changes in the operating environment.
  • Execute and lead periodic monitoring to establish consistency for data quality and integrity reviews across the HR function for employee data.
  • Develop and implement MCAs to test the Data Quality control processes and improve upon them.
  • Create and administer trainings related to data Quality controls.
  • Lead the Quality Control activities related to supplier’s regulatory reporting output, including the creation of control checklists and version control.
  • Work within a team of highly motivated and capable HR professionals who are focused on the success of the diversity program.
  • Partner with supplier resources and other HR groups such as Human Capital Reporting and Analytics (HCRA) and HR System and Technology Teams to achieve high quality reporting and understanding of HR Data.
  • Serve as subject matter expert for HR Diversity Data, Diversity Data Quality/Integrity, employee life cycle data, and Diversity Reporting. Maintain inventory of Diversity Data fields, regulatory reporting schedule, data fields and related employee processes and evaluate existing controls for adequacy and propose and enhanced control framework related to Diversity and regulatory data reporting.
  • Challenge Fair Employment Practices categorizing and grouping to achieve more accurate regulatory reporting and EEO analyses.
  • Delivery of high quality, accurate, value-added, multiple concurrent deliverables on time and to specification.
  • Support the Fair Employment Practices team in ensuring that HR meets/exceeds the requirements and expectations of applicable regulators. Ensure that data requests from regulators are met with accurate and timely responses.
  • Collaborate across businesses and functions to improve the identification, quantification, measurement, management, reporting and control of organizational governance, risk management and internal control environments.

Required Skills:

  • 4+ years of experience in data analysis and reporting. At least 1 year of experience with employee lifecycle, diversity, and/or fair employment practices data.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, especially Microsoft Excel – expertise in combining data from multiple tables and using pivot tables and v-lookup.
  • Strong analytical abilities, with demonstrated proficiency in the interpretation and application of numerous analytical methodologies.
  • Fast learner, self-motivated, independent worker.
  • Ability to work under minimum supervision and tight deadlines.
  • Strong communication skills and well-developed listening skills.
  • Passion and interest in diversity, inclusion, and equality in the workplace.
  • Proficiency in Adobe Suite is preferred.
  • Expertise in Excel (such as use of queries, macros etc.) is a plus.
  • Experience in project management is desired.
  • 2+ years of experience in Human Resources, workforce diversity, OFCCP regulatory compliance and/or law is an advantage.
  • Comprehensive understanding EO 11246 and related regulations and OFCCP regulatory requirements, demonstrated through completion of training preferred.
  • Experience in HR related legal / regulatory and compliance programs, RFPs, and/or Internal Audit highly preferred.

Education:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in a related field or equivalent work experience, education, and / or training
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