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Talent Analyst

As Talent Analyst … you will be responsible for supporting the Business Unit / Global Functions team in unleashing the potential of RB at an individual, team and organisational level through talent analytics. 
You will play a role as a member of a broader Talent, Leadership and Culture Centre of Expertise (Talent CoE) whose agenda is it ensure our teams have the right capabilities to drive growth, to attract, develop and retain the very best talent with the skills and expertise we need to deliver on our strategic vision. 

The Talent Analyst themselves will support the broader agenda and Talent Director in deploying the broader agenda, by ensuring analytical, operational and administrative excellence to unlock the key priorities of the team.
You will have a passion to grow within HR and ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships across the organisation. 


The successful candidate will work with the Talent Director and broader Talent CoE in a varied manner, inclusive of coverage of the following areas: 


Data Analytics
- Collating, formatting and analysing talent and human resources data from both HRIS system and other sources, to extract insights and track against key KPIs.
- Translating analytics into insights that are conveyed via visual storytelling on powerpoint decks and in general communications. 
- Creating and maintaining talent metrics to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of overall talent operations and solutions. 
- Analysing information and data to predict future trends that may influence talent management, including development of predictive models. 
- Accountability for the integrity of central data, and responsible for ensuring accountability through key market stakeholders. 


- Collaborating across the broader Talent CoE Talent Analysts to ensure synergies and efficiencies in operating model.
- Involved in operationalisation of training and learner experience for the Business Unit / Global Functions through attendee tracking, organisation of training and post-course administration.
- Liaising with external stakeholders on a needs basis to operationalise the talent agenda. 
- Development of communications on as needs basis to key stakeholders on the talent agenda.


- Management of eLearning, Compliance and other online modules for the Business Unit / Global Functions, inclusive of completion rates and reporting.
- Responsible for the administration of talent programs, including scheduling, coordinating and preparing for programs inclusive of training and broader initiatives.  


- At least two years in a consultancy or HR capacity, with experience in data analytics; translating data into true insights.
- Self-starter, capable of working relatively autonomously. They must demonstrate quick, flexible and creative thinking.
- Focus on results with a bias towards action, accuracy and achievement through efficiencies and structure. 
- Analytical thinking, with an ability to tackle problems in a logical and systematic way.
- Flexible and successful at team working and within a matrixed structure.


In Return RB offer very competitive salaries with excellent benefits and the chance to progress your career within a truly global organisation.
RB is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other basis protected by appropriate law. All hiring decisions are made based on merit, competence and business need.

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