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Specialist Data and Quality Analytics AdventHealth Corporate
Location Address: Remote
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Full-Time, Monday – Friday
You Will Be Responsible For:
Consult with the TA Management Team on team analytics and deliver focused analyses to create insights about the workforce and to derive business and staffing decisions.
Be able to tell a story with data; offer leadership different ways of interpreting analytical findings and recommend best practice.
Develop predictive models for e.g., attrition, high performance, and recruiting efficiency.
Develop, own and optimize existing TA reports (e.g. TA Scorecard, TA Dashboard, etc.) to drive meaningful business results.
Manipulate and analyze large datasets using analytic features of multiple tools.
Identify statistical analysis techniques required to deliver insights.
Advance the use of complex analytical techniques and statistical thinking across Human Resources.
Participate in cross-functional project teams and provide guidance and training to teams in asking appropriate questions, interpreting data, and translating into action.
Develop and maintain appropriate benchmarks with other organizations and report out on market condition changes.
Source internal and external data to enhance analytic capabilities.
Conduct regular audits to monitor staff production to determine trends and predict future data such as hires, terms, and data funnel activity.
What You Will Need:
Bachelor’s degree in HR, Business Administration, Finance or other relevant discipline
Four years in experience in Data Analytics or Quality Control, preferably in HR analytics
Master’s degree in applicable discipline, preferred
Two to three years HR Systems and implementation and integration, preferred
Experience with Microsoft Access database, preferred
Experience with Oracle Business Intelligence, preferred
Experience with data visualization tool (Power BI), preferred
The Data and Quality Specialist will consult the Talent Acquisition(TA) Management Team on productivity analytics and deliver focused analyses to create insights about the data trends and to derive business decisions. Responsibility for building and managing regional TA analytic services and tools, leading the detailed statistical analysis of our human capital to identify actionable insights and build predictive models. The insight from this analysis will be used to drive TA investments, talent management decisions and to assess TA program effectiveness. Statistically analyze large data sets of internal and external data and communicate the results across the TA organization in a way that informs and drives the organization to action.
At AdventHealth, Extending the Healing Ministry of Christ is our mission. It calls us to be His hands and feet in helping people feel whole. Our story is one of hope — one that strives to heal and restore the body, mind and spirit. Our more than 80,000 skilled and compassionate caregivers in hospitals, physician practices, outpatient clinics, urgent care centers, skilled nursing facilities, home health agencies and hospice centers are committed to providing individualized, wholistic care.