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Global Head of HR Workforce Planning Analytics, London (UK)

United Kingdom
Status completed
Tags HR Information Systems


Date posted

04 Jul 2018

The Company

We are pleased to be working with our client who is a leading financial services and banking organisation, with a footprint in Europe, Asia, the Middle East and North Africa, North America and Latin America. They are looking for a Global Head of HR Workforce Planning Analytics to report into the Global Head of Analytics, to be based in London.

The Role

We are looking for someone who can take data and turn it into tangible business insights, telling a story to a variety of audiences. You will need to have proven expertise of working with large data sets comprising of both structured and unstructured data, and have a strong understanding of data management principles. This role will require linking the HR data to talent and workforce planning, and moving towards predictive analytics.  

The Individual

To be successful in this role, you will need a track record in HR analytics, data management or talent analytics. Be able to demonstrate the ability to deal with complexity in a large, matrix organisation, and communicate with a number of stakeholders within the business. Having an innovative mindset on the future of analytics in the people and workforce space will be beneficial.

At a Glance
  • Job Function
    HR Information Systems
  • Industry
    Banking & Financial Services
  • International Coverage
  • Global revenue
    US$10-100 Billion
  • Solid Report To
    Global Head of HR Analytics
  • Potential upsides
    Working in an established function with well respected and qualified leaders.
  • Potential challenges
    Highly matrixed organisation that will demand strong stakeholder management.
  • Job Reference
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