The Senior Analyst, People Analytics partners with department
stakeholders (e.g. COEs, Business Partners), IT, and business unit
leaders to deliver human capital analytics and actionable insights
required for decision-making. This position will also identify and
engage in high-impact projects, requiring the development of
solutions and/or insights through the use of descriptive,
diagnostic, predictive, or prescriptive analytics.
Essential Job Functions:
- In conjunction with the Program Manager, People Analytics,
conduct advanced human capital analytics to address key issues with
the business and to optimize the use of data in
- Partners with COEs and business unit leaders to identify
opportunities to leverage data analytics to inform the design of
programs and measure their success against stated goals and
- Defines appropriate analytical approaches and methodologies to
translate business needs into compelling narratives using data
- Sources, cleans, examines and integrates multiple sources of
complex data sets to identify data patterns, relationships, and
trends to help answer business questions and inform
- Recommends and develops compelling, logically structured
reports, dashboards, models, and presentations that tell the
workforce story and inform the people and business strategy.
- Provide People Solutions and FINRA leadership research-based
evaluation of advanced human capital analytics that can be
leveraged to optimize the use of data in decision-making.
- Participates on cross-functional projects in support of team
- Maintains in-depth understanding of all systems, programs, and
policies within People Solutions.
- Stays abreast of relevant legislation, regulation, and
- Bachelor's degree in a technical field that emphasizes data
analysis and visualization (e.g., computer science, engineering,
decision science, applied mathematics, statistics, or social
sciences) with a minimum of 4 years position-specific progressive
experience. Master's degree preferred, analytics certification(s) a
- Experience with data analytics projects from idea generation
through execution and assessment.
- Experience developing reporting and dashboards with BI tools
such as Tableau or Power BI; strong data visualization and
- Proficient using programming languages and statistical tools,
such as R or Python, to analyze complex data.
- Strong business acumen; familiarity with human resources
programs and processes.
- In-depth HRIS knowledge; Workday (Core HCM, Recruiting, etc.)
or experience with HR transactional data preferred.
- Strong quantitative and qualitative analytical skills and
- Demonstrated project and program management capabilities.
- Proven ability to work independently, while operating in a
fully collaborative environment, to influence and achieve desired
- Strong written and oral communication skills, including making
- Strong knowledge of MS Office Suite.
- Work generally performed in an office environment.
- Extended hours and travel may be required.
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