At Asana, we have an ambitious mission and we’re looking for an equally ambitious and skilled HRIS professional to help us get there. As our HRIS Lead, you will play a critical role in implementing, configuring, testing, and administering Asana’s HRIS, positioning us for continued global growth. Wearing multiple “hats,” you will be responsible for, among other things, People data integrity, reporting, and system maintenance, as well as providing end-user support. This role presents a unique opportunity to be involved with the end-to-end deployment of Workday and to chart new territory in thinking about how to increase impact through leveraging our HRIS in combination with Asana’s industry-leading work management software. 

This role will join the People Operations team, ensuring we are delivering a best-in-class experience that supports our culture and mission. We are “people” people, we’re handy people, we are technical people, and above all, we are those who care about empowering our team to be the best they can be.

What you’ll achieve

  • Configures and implements people-friendly HR systems and processes that recognize Asana’s unique needs and set us up to scale 
  • Partners with cross-functional partners to develop, test, implement, and evaluate process improvement solutions
  • Creates, tests, and manages data interfaces with vendor applications
  • Configures and tests HRIS business processes and tests core modules
  • Supports, tests, and audits data feeds 
  • Acts as lead HRIS analyst for all HR applications (benefits, HCM, time tracking, payroll, etc.)
  • Manages functional testing for all HRIS fixes, upgrades, and maintenance work
  • Ensures data integration accuracy between Asana’s HRIS and other systems
  • Collaborates with business stakeholders to design, implement, document, and audit internal processes and workflows to ensure data integrity and SOX compliance
  • Designs and delivers custom reports and functional dashboards for stakeholders
  • Partners with People Operations team to develop and deliver HRIS end-user training including user guides and reference materials to drive adoption 
  • Supports HRIS releases; researches, demos, and tests new features and functionalities 
  • Triages and resolves system issues

About you

  • 6+ years’ functional and technical HRIS design, configuration, and administration experience
  • 3+ years’ hands-on Workday experience with at least 1 full implementation cycle 
  • Demonstrated understanding of People processes and data flows
  • Experience with data reporting and database management
  • Experience with HRIS integration tools, integration builders, and report writers; knowledge of Workday integration architecture preferred
  • Global technology or other talent-centric industry experience preferred
  • SQL report writing skills preferred
  • Nothing gets past you and your extreme attention to detail
  • You’re a ruthless prioritizer who thrives in a fast-paced environment
  • Familiarity with Google Suite
  • Asana experience a plus
  • Strong customer service skills a must
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Grace under pressure
  • Can-do attitude 
  • Experience in high growth company a plus


About us

At Asana, we're building a better way to work, fueled by transparency, inclusion, and technology that is a force for positive change. Asana is a work management platform that helps teams orchestrate their work, from daily tasks to strategic initiatives, so they can move faster and accomplish more with less. For the past 5 years, we've been named a top workplace, including top 10 Great Place to Work Best Small & Medium Workplaces, #1 Fortune Best Workplace in the Bay Area for four years in a row, #8 Fortune Best Workplaces for Women, #14 Glassdoor Best Place to Work, and one of Ireland's Best Workplaces. With offices all over the world, we are always looking for curious, collaborative, and mission-driven people to help us enable the world’s teams to work together effortlessly.

We believe in supporting people to do their best work and thrive, and building a diverse, equitable, and inclusive company is core to our mission. Our goal is to ensure that Asana upholds an inclusive environment where all people feel that they are equally respected and valued, whether they are applying for an open position or working at the company. We welcome applicants of any educational background, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, age, citizenship, socioeconomic status, disability, and veteran status.

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