Endurance Group is a fast growing and ambitious technology company looking for a smart, talented, and resourceful Sr. HRIS Analyst to join our People team. 

The position is responsible for the planning, implementation and maintenance of People Ops systems, as well as, being the point person on our reporting and analytics. You will work closely with our Business Partners, Operations, and Finance teams, along with other internal stakeholders. If you’re highly motivated by providing insight and value, a data guru who can make metrics matter and take our game to the next level this may be the job for you.

What you’ll do:

  • Lead projects as defined by leadership to implement and upgrade enterprise People Ops tools
  • Evaluate systems needs and business requirements to make recommendations on improvements, as well as new systems and processes 
  • Help drive the People Team’s technology roadmap
  • Manage data/analytics requests; assemble, analyze, and format data into reports for all levels of the business
  • Lead the development of our business intelligence tool
  • Build and maintain system back ends. Tables, workflows, security, etc
  • Ensure proper end user training is provided to power users and pertinent stakeholders for new and upgraded technology 
  • Audit and maintain People systems in order to detect, troubleshoot and resolve issues in order to ensure integrity of data throughout the organization
  • Manage vendor relationships ensuring proper support and information is being provided so new projects, as well as, existing systems/processes are efficacious
  • Support end users with ad-hoc system issues
  • Provide back up for team members for other HR systems

Who you are:

  • 5 or more years of People Ops/HRIS or equivalent experience
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Information Technology, Human Resources, or a related field 
  • Strong Project Management and system implementation skills 
  • Experience with Business Intelligence tools, i.e. Tableau, Domo, Qlik, etc
  • Expert level in Excel
  • Team player with strong communication skills 
  • True sense of pride, ownership and a demonstrated willingness to go the extra mile

Why you’ll love us:

  • Love fitness? So do we! Enjoy our free fitness center, just a short stroll away, and outdoor yoga all summer long.
  • We’ve got you covered. From 401k, generous PTO, tuition reimbursement, casual dress code and excellent medical, dental, and vision - we’re there for you!
  • We keep you well fed and hydrated. Daily breakfasts, healthy snacks, flavored seltzer dispensers, and lunch every Friday.  And don’t miss our bar with four rotating taps and Willy Wonka style candy counter.
  • Stretch your legs. We have stand up desks, and if you’re really motivated, you can do a few miles on the treadmill desks.  We have communal seating to work and chat if you need a fresh view. Go ahead, get moving!
  • We volunteer. A lot. Through partnerships with local charities like Rosie’s place, Junior Achievement, and Lazarus House, our teams are routinely out in our community giving back and doing good.
  • Plentiful parking.  Park further away to get your steps, or as close as you can to the entrance - it doesn’t matter to us, because there’s plenty of free onsite parking and electric car charging stations. 
  • Stretch your legs. We have stand up desks, and if you’re really motivated, you can do a few miles on the treadmill desks.  We have communal seating to work and chat if you need a fresh view. Go ahead, get moving!
  • We’ve got you covered. From 401k, generous PTO, tuition reimbursement, casual dress code and excellent medical, dental, and vision - we’re there for you!

 

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