HRIS Reporting Lead 9 month FTC

Job Location UK-Surrey-Croydon
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(24/09/2021 16:48)
Type of Contract
Fixed Term
Support Functions
# of Openings


Objective of the Role


Working within the HR team - the successful candidate will be responsible for establishing and documenting data standards (active & historical), supporting data mapping and enabling advanced reporting and analytics capabilities using Unit 4 HCM Agresso and SuccessFactors.


Deliver high-quality reporting and data analysis within a fast-paced and complex commercial environment, efficient and effective management and administration of people data and ensure transition to SuccessFactors Employee Central is.assisted by a high standard of communication skills whilst adopting a supportive, facilitative and solution-focused approach. 



Monday to Friday – 9.00am to 5.00pm. Thirty-five hours per week. 

However, due to the nature of this role hours may vary in line with the needs of the business.


Main Duties

  • Data management - including quality and integrity
  • Evaluate and interpret complex data sets (current & past)
  • Spearhead the requirement of advanced workforce intelligence reports to inform the improvement of workforce planning, across the organisation
  • Monitor functionality – ensuring opportunities for improvement.
  • Oversee system improvement and development of new functionality
  • Lead HR reporting providing ad hoc reports / statistics using the Unit 4 HCM payroll system, SuccessFactors as required.
  • Monthly HR and Group Reporting
  • Gender Pay Gap reporting
  • Share scheme reporting
  • Life & Group Income Protection renewals
  • Align SuccessFactor data input with Unit 4 HCM Agresso payroll data 
  • Ensure SuccessFactors connector tool is optimised
  • Develop payroll strategy in SuccessFactors environment Process map to improve online service to reduce administration for employees and HR Admin


Applicants will have experience of configuring and maintaining data and reporting within HRIS (Unit 4 HCM Agresso and SuccessFactors)

Applicants will be experienced HRIS professionals – with demonstrable experience of achieving in a similar role
The position will also leverage the HRIS platforms and provide analytical tools that align with talent development, workforce planning and best in class HR analytics. We are looking for a high calibre professional with proven experience of Compensation & Benefits.  A proven track record of working cross-functionally and collaboratively at all levels will be key in this role.


Quality Standards

  • To ensure systems and procedures are in place for all activity and fall within the guidelines of the relevant legislation.
  • To investigate and respond to relevant issues highlighted by any employee.
  • To assess and review standards and implement corrective actions where required.

You will also be responsible for the following:


Health & Safety

  • To ensure that your work area is kept safe and tidy at all times.
  • To abide by the Health & Safety Work Act 1974.
  • To notify the Company Health & Safety officer or the Human Resources Manager of any Health & Safety issues which may cause harm to fellow employees.



To advise your Manager of any areas of work for which you require any additional training.

Quality Management System

To work as a member of a team within the quality system and follow all documented quality procedures and instructions.


Key Performance Areas

To work towards achieving 100% on all Company, departmental, team and individual key performance targets.



Participate and contribute towards individual annual appraisals and team meetings.



  • To assist with relevant ad-hoc projects as required by the Compensation & Benefits Manager / Human Resources Team.
  • Complete all appropriate administration and provide relevant reports on a regular basis
  • Carry out any other additional duties as requested by the Compensation & Benefits Manager / Human Resources Director from time to time within the scope of your role.



To work within and be compliant at all times with all relevant regulations and legislation applicable to the role.


Person Specification


Smart appearance in line with working within a corporate environment

Educated to GCSE standard or equivalent.

Practical experience and evidence is required in the following areas:


  • Knowledge of Agresso Milestone 4
  • Sole responsibility for administering a payroll in excess of 600 people – minimum 2 years experience
  • Knowledge of all aspects of Payroll procedures including statutory payments and deductions and voluntary deductions / court orders
  • Current Tax / NI / HMRC legislation
  • The ability for manual payroll calculations
  • Tax Year End reconciliations
  • Understanding of obligations to other departments both internal and external (e.g. management reporting)
  • Demonstrable experience of computerised payroll systems
  • Excellent written communications skills
  • Ability to prioritise and manage multiple tasks at a time
  • Demonstrate problem solving skills
  • Confident dealing with complex numerical information
  • Report writing skills
  • Self motivated

  • Strongly organised

  • Flexible and adaptable

  • Patient

  • Diplomatic

  • Quality focused

  • Strong interpersonal / communication skills at all levels

  • Strong team player


Educated to A Level / relevant GVNQ standard or equivalent

Conversant with Benefits including P11ds




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